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    Rtx 2060 - good for vr?

    So i'm looking forward to upgrade my gpu and the 2060 is what i can afford. Here the 2070 is 60% more expensive and a used 1070ti is basicaly the same price as a new 2060, so price wise the 2060 will be a best option over the 1070ti and the 2070. Since playing without AA and any SS the game looks horrible my humble 580 can't handle a good gameplay experience. But will the 2060 be able to handle 90fps with AA and some ss?
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    It's a good value for the money GPU, but you still have to play in mid-low settings to get 90 FPS.

    Have look here: http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/sho...098-Move-to-PC
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    Since the RTX2060 is around the level of a GTX1070Ti, it will be great for low/med settings in VR. If you can afford it, I would suggest getting it.

    https://www.techspot.com/review/1781...ega-benchmark/
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    Thanks guys, I think I'll buy the 2060 indeed.
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    Just picked up RTX 2060 at the weekend ... big boost compared to my old 1060 3Gb

    Still messing with settings but I did have it running at 90 FPS med to high settings (only had SS at about 1.3 I think) , but was still dropping down to 45 FPS in the rain.
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    I just upgraded from a 1070 and I basically ran it in ASW all the time with medium/high settings. (Had to run almost everything at minimum to hold 90fps and the game just didn't look that good to me like that)

    My 1080 ti is bottlenecked by my old 3770k but it can now run medium settings at a legit 90fps. -even though its utilization sits in the high 70's-low 80's.

    90fps is smoother than ASW but the difference is subtle to me. Switching back and forth between ASW and 90fps is noticable though. I can run higher settings in TT with no other cars and sometimes forget to dial them back to medium when I go into MP. Then my ti switches back and forth a lot and it can be a little annoying.

    My point is that I would try to find the best settings your card can hold at 90fps first. But if those settings are too low for you to enjoy the game, consider making a big enough jump in settings to stay in ASW so you are not switching back and forth a lot. For me, the switching is more noticable than ASW itself.
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