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RobRdz

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  1. Hello everyone, I'm thinking of upgrading my GPU in accordance to my CPU to cause the least bottlenecking possible. My current setup is as follows: CPU: i5 3470 RAM: 16GB XPG ADATA 1600MHZ SSD: 240GB KINGSTON HDD: 1 HDD 1 TB and 1 HDD 500GB Power Supply: COSAIR CX600M MOBO Motherboard: LENOVO Thinkcentre M92P TOWER SPEC GPU: GTX 760 I'm currently looking at the following possible GPUs: RX 580 GTX 1660 Considering prices and overall sustainability in coming years (planning on upgrading CPU and Motherboard in a few more months), I'm leaning towards the RX 580, but I would love any suggestions anyone may have. Thanks in advance!
  2. Wow thanks for the nice build! Although I was thinking on using my current setup but just changing the gpu to the rx 580. Would the bottleneck be too much?
  3. Would it be a good idea to buy an rx 580 in this case? It would be a while for me to build a whole new pc haha
  4. Hello everyone, I have a Lenovo think entre m92p motherboard and and I was wondering if anyone knows if it is compatible with an rx 5700 gpu and ryzen 5 3600 processor. I'm planning on upgrading those components. I currently have a gtx 760 and an i5 3470. I've been looking around the internet for a bit but couldn't find much on this. My priority is really upgrading the gpu but I was also wondering if it would be worth upgrading the cpu, hence the pair and question of compatibility. Thanks in advance!
  5. Ooo I hadn't considered the rx 5500,thanks very much for the suggestion!
  6. But for the price and year we are at is it worth buying it? I mean 1080 is way higher up the wallet scale
  7. Hello everyone I was looking to upgrade my graphics card which is a gtx 760 and I found a gtx 1060 6gb going for $160. I was wondering if it was worth it considering it's 2019,or maybe I should save more money for a gtx 2060? Thank you in advance!
  8. Thanks a lot! Will look into those and explore
  9. Hello everyone, I'm kind of new to the pc building scene and I'm looking to build a budget pc for gaming, not looking for super high end or anything like that, as expected from budget gaming. Right now I got my hands on a gtx 760 ti so I wanted to build around that card but don't know the optimal way to go for other components. I would really appreciate any help!
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