I'd go with the 2nd one. 144hz is still night and day vs 60hz and having a gpu that will last you years outweighs a 240hz monitor imo.
rx590? Go for gtx 1660 super.
I think finding a good 144hz monitor is better choice. There are other specs to consider than just raw refresh rate.
I think in general 240hz is gimmicky and even if it works its super overkill for the regular consumer. Read up about TN, VA and IPS panels and make your decision because the refresh rate isn't everything.
Go with 144hz monitor cuz its way more versatile and has time to perfected since its been out for longer. There plenty of good 144 monitors that are fast and pretty Meanwhile 240 is new and the panels are still getting better. But the things if you realy want an advantageous set up then go with 240hz because it is smoother..... but if you play other games
if u gonna play other games , then take 5700, so u can utilize that monitor at all
think about the ratio, hours of cs go vs other games. if you play most of your time cs go, i would go for the 240hz monitor, even if the benefit having 240hz instead of 144hz is not as big as 144hz vs 60hz, its much more smooth and a more pleasent game experience.
of course assuming you play cs competitively with the purpose to have the best performance.
go for the RX 5700 and the 144 Hz Screen, the RX 590 isnt really worth it anymore and the RX 5700 ist really good for its price.
Please list the other parts of your system too.
imo its not worth getting a 240hz monitor only for csgo, get the 144hz but rn the 5700 series has serious driver issues (i had the 5700 XT) better go for a nvidia card
rx 5600xt has more value per money, rx 590 is just overclocked 580 plus its old af
i've had to post here since i'm not able to start topics yet. i'm planning on buying a new pc with the following specs: Ryzen 5 3500x 16GB Ram 480GB Ssd 4GB GTX1650.
will i get a stable 200 fps with these specs?
tbh more fps is better go with the second one
Rx590 is probably bad value. If things haven't changed, gtx 1660 super should still be the go to value card.