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Need help picking the right gpu

So far I’m 0-2. 

Well to an extent. I built my PC with the arc a750. Then bought the RX7600 on day 1. The 7600 was exceptional at 1080 which is what the monitor I was gaming on was. However I recently bought a nice 1440p LG HDR 165hz refresh rate monitor. 

This 7600 just isn’t cutting it at 1440. So I’m going to have to buy a 3rd GPU. This time I want to buy one that’s going to last 2 years minimum. I’m thinking RX7800XT but not sure. 6000 series high end would be ok I’d think but I don’t think 6000 series have access to fsr3 do they? Like a 6800XT, 6900XT, or 6950XT… if they do have access to fsr3 which would be the better buy? 

specs as follows:

Ryzen 5 7600 (plan on buying a x3d soon. I’m waiting to see if they release a 7600x3d, if not 7800x3d will be a purchase soon.)

MSI RX7600

MSI B650-P Wifi

EK Nucleus CR240 Lux D-RGB

32gb Kingston Fury DDR5

Windows 11 Pro

500gb Gen 4 WD Black nvme boot drive

2TB Samsung 970 Evo Plus Gen 3 nvme game drive

EVGA 800GE PSU

Ryzen 7 7800X3D/Sapphire Pulse RX7900XT/MSI Pro B650P WiFi/4TB WD Black SN770 (2x2TB)/64GB Corsair Vengeance DDR5/Corsair iCUE H100i Elite Capellix/Corsair iCUE 4000D RGB Airflow/7 Corsair AF120 RGB/1000w Super Flower Leadex Platinum SE/Cooler Master VGCv3
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johnnyenglish
Big Boss

If your focus is 1440p and stay at that you only need the 7800XT to pair with that 7600 CPU.

Buy smart if money is an issue.

Unless... you find a 6950XT on a great deal.

But beware! Some 6950XT may require more than 800watts and 3 power cords from the PSU.

The Englishman
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