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R3 2200 + 1070 VS R5 2600 + 1060

R3 2200 + 1070 VS R5 2600 + 1060  

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  1. 1. Choose one

    • R3 2200 + 1070
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    • R5 2600 + 1060
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    • I'm not poor I'm not going to buy a budget anyting
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    • I don't understand I didn't think ryzen 3 and i3 chips could game
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    • 1080p is good enough for me so I don't need a 1070
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    • I'll buy a graphics card later, I don't know what games I want to play so integrated Graphics is good enough for now
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Posted · Original PosterOP

I didn't check the price difference between 1060 and 1070 new, I just checked used. 

 

1060 is 140 and a 1070 is 200 to 240 on eBay right now

 

if you would never consider buying a used graphics card just answer this question in general

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can I just say 2600 and 1070?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

If you don't know what the difference is

R 3 + 1070 should give you load a medium settings at 4K you won't hit 60 FPS in every game I assume.

 

R5 + 1060, you don't want super high resolution 1080p 1440p medium-high settings, and on newer intensive titles you will probably need to lower the settings to medium low to hit 60 FPS

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

can I just say 2600 and 1070?

obviously yes but this is a if you had to choose between high graphics or high CPU

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Ryanwake said:

If you don't know what the difference is

R 3 + 1070 should give you load a medium settings at 4K you won't hit 60 FPS in every game I assume.

 

R5 + 1060, you don't want super high resolution 1080p 1440p medium-high settings, and on newer intensive titles you will probably need to lower the settings to medium low to hit 60 FPS

I could just remake this post with a $1,200 PC option, but that's pretty much the I didn't know r3 or i3 good game

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11 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

can I just say 2600 and 1070?

I agree, that's my setup and i run everything Ultra with all gizmos on at 1080p over 75-80 fps not overclock on the 1070 yet

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2 minutes ago, Matu20 said:

1200 USD can easily get you 2070 and a 2600.

and for 100-200 dollar more a 2080


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Laptop: Acer TravelMate 8573t

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Total: $1020.38
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Posted · Original PosterOP
38 minutes ago, Matu20 said:

1200 USD can easily get you 2070 and a 2600.

I was exaggerating, you got me thinking since this is my price range.

Here's a list with 4 monitors, yes I need 4 monitors

 

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