Surely you can get a 2017-19 card for relatively cheap
Even those are above MSRP when new.
why did you need to mention that you were a girl?
I haven't felt any need to upgrade my GPU in ages. We finally managed to escape the Upgrade Hell that begin in the '90s, rejoice.
the number of post-2013 games worth playing can be counted on one hand, if not the stump of a handless man.
A lot of my niche tactical shooters are on Unreal Engine 4 now, which still looks pretty bad but has shit performance on AMD. Sub-60 FPS in a shooter is painful. Of course there are also some big budget games I'm interested in like Red Dead Redemption 2 and a few others.>>7373
shitposting, I'm not actually a gurl
Is there really a need to buy new though with so many trust fund kiddes replacing their cards ever 2 years or so? Just buy a card for pennies on the dollar, make sure it works when you buy it obviously, and if it breaks down the road you can just get another one for cheap. You'll still be saving money.
I didn't mean new in box, I meant that even dusty old used cards' value has been inflated by shitcoin mining so much that they sell for more than they did brand new in 2017 (and I thought they were mad overpriced at MSRP back then). You just can't win, I thought 2020 would finally be the year I'd upgrade, now getting a card even in 2021 seems unlikely.
Ah, that sucks then, fair enough, I haven't upgraded since like 2016-7 or so so I don't know.
Skyrim had been released twice since 2013
taking turns playing single player games with your friends > online multiplayer
Taking turns playing single player games with your friends online > Taking turns playing single player games with your friends offline
>>7399>video games are reserved for social interactions
this is why you hate vidya btw
nothing is worse for videogames than the tedious metagaming of global multiplayer
Multiplayer is the truly boring trash, imagine playing the same game for 2000 hours just to chase meaningless ranking or whatever
Getting better is the reward, not dumb medal pixels.
>>7370>how can a gamer gurl actually afford to game these days?