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Will a GTX 1660 bottleneck the Ryzen 2200g?

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Hi all I'm new to PC Building and planning to build my first PC soon . Will pairing the new GTX 1660 bottleneck the Ryzen 2200g? as I'm planning to buy the 2200g first before the graphics card and game on it while saving up and eventually buying the GTX 1660. I will only game on this computer and don't care about video editing or streaming. How would it affect the performance of the graphics card? How much more of a performance (fps) gain will I receive if I held back and saved up for a Ryzen 2600 instead of the 2200G? Will it even be that big of a difference? I aim to play games at 1440p at 50-60 fps and 4k at 30 fps. Honest answers please :)

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1 hour ago, IMissMyChildhood said:

Hi all I'm new to PC Building and planning to build my first PC soon . Will pairing the new GTX 1660 bottleneck the Ryzen 2200g? as I'm planning to buy the 2200g first before the graphics card and game on it while saving up and eventually buying the GTX 1660. I will only game on this computer and don't care about video editing or streaming. How would it affect the performance of the graphics card? How much more of a performance (fps) gain will I receive if I held back and saved up for a Ryzen 2600 instead of the 2200G? Will it even be that big of a difference? I aim to play games at 1440p at 50-60 fps and 4k at 30 fps. Honest answers please :)

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Well first of all what resolution do you play at and what is the Hz number of your monitor? Are you going to change monitor later? 
If you plan on gaming at 1440p at 60Hz panel then it's the other way around. Your 1660 will bottleneck your 2200g in the future 2-4 years depending on the games you re playing. 

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Just now, Settlerteo said:

Well first of all what resolution do you play at and what is the Hz number of your monitor? Are you going to change monitor later? 
If you plan on gaming at 1440p at 60Hz panel then it's the other way around. Your 1660 will bottleneck your 2200g in the future 2-4 years depending on the games you re playing. 

 

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Shouldn't bottleneck at all unless you play CPU intensive titles. 
 


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