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Posted · Original PosterOP

is it wrong that i paired the ryzen 5 2400g with gtx 1050 ti?

 

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i dont see a problem, 1050ti will perform better than the vega chip on the apu

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2 minutes ago, rislix said:

is it wrong that i paired the ryzen 5 2400g with gtx 1050 ti?

 

I don't see much of a problem? Ryzen 5 1600 Probs has better processing power but not a big deal more...


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9 minutes ago, rislix said:

is it wrong that i paired the ryzen 5 2400g with gtx 1050 ti?

Just bad money management, a Ryzen 5 1600 + RX 570 would have cost you the same and perform significantly better.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
33 minutes ago, Princess Luna said:

Just bad money management, a Ryzen 5 1600 + RX 570 would have cost you the same and perform significantly better.

rx 570 cost more power consumption than 1050 ti thats why i dont buy those gpu...

maybe ill sell my ryzen 5 2400g and then buy that ryzen 5 1600

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47 minutes ago, Jaminahat said:

I don't see much of a problem? Ryzen 5 1600 Probs has better processing power but not a big deal more...

really sir? 

here's my specs of my pc

ryzen 5 2400g

msi b450 gaming plus

patriot steel viper 8gb 3000mhz

seasonic  620watts..

do i have to replace my processor to ryzen 5 1600?

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24 minutes ago, rislix said:

rx 570 cost more power consumption than 1050 ti

yes because it has better gaming performance.

 

11 minutes ago, rislix said:

seasonic  620watts

could you be more specific?


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10 minutes ago, fasauceome said:

yes because it has better gaming performance.

 

could you be more specific?

seasonic s12 620 watrs 80 bronze power supply

ill gonna stick to my gtx 1050 ti 4gb oc and not for that kind of gpu that kills you paying electric bill 

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3 minutes ago, rislix said:

that kind of gpu that kills you paying electric bill 

It does nothing near that. This is the stuff Nvidia fanboys tell you to keep away from AMD, simply not true.


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Draws 400 watts under max load, for reference.

 

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5 minutes ago, rislix said:

seasonic s12 620 watrs 80 bronze power supply

ill gonna stick to my gtx 1050 ti 4gb oc and not for that kind of gpu that kills you paying electric bill 

your psu will flame your house down earlier than a amd gpu of the same performance your electric bill

 

no, that's not a joke


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

your psu will flame your house down earlier than a amd gpu of the same performance your electric bill

 

no, that's not a joke

ohh why? 

whats wrong with that psu?

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Just now, rislix said:

ohh why? 

whats wrong with that psu?

i mean, the chance is small to flame down your house... that was a overestimate

 

but I'm dead serious when i say it lacks protections, and uses a design that's around 9 years old now


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1 minute ago, rislix said:

ohh why? 

whats wrong with that psu?

Missing protection

Loud as heck under normal/medium loads

1 hour ago, rislix said:

is it wrong that i paired the ryzen 5 2400g with gtx 1050 ti?

Yes, it is

The 1050ti is a waste of money, RX570 is almost 50% faster, cost the same and also comes with up to 8GiB VRAM

53 minutes ago, rislix said:

rx 570 cost more power consumption than 1050 ti thats why i dont buy those gpu...

maybe ill sell my ryzen 5 2400g and then buy that ryzen 5 1600

If you care about Power Consumption, you stick with the 2400G and use the integrated chip.

The Power Consumption of the 570 is higher but so is 3D Performance as well.

 

16 minutes ago, rislix said:

ill gonna stick to my gtx 1050 ti 4gb oc and not for that kind of gpu that kills you paying electric bill 

Could we stop that nonsense propaganda/FUD?! 

And why ask if you don't care what we have to say...

 

If you care about Electric Bills, you wouldn't have gotten a Bronze unit, you'd gotten either a Gold or Platinum one.


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8 minutes ago, fasauceome said:

It does nothing near that. This is the stuff Nvidia fanboys tell you to keep away from AMD, simply not true.

but its true sir,all 8pins gpu cost more power consumption...

it really has a best performance i admit it but i consider the time frame of playing rpg games that spent more than 5  or 8 hours grinding at minimal power consumption...

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Just now, rislix said:

but its true sir,all 8pins gpu cost more power consumption...

it really has a best performance i admit it but i consider the time frame of playing rpg games that spent more than 5  or 8 hours grinding at minimal power consumption...

If you really wanted to you could just limit the power limit yourself, but still you have the 1050 ti now so that is what it is. Later down the line, when you upgrade, you shouldn't concern yourself too much with power draw.


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Draws 400 watts under max load, for reference.

 

Linux Proliant ML150 G6:

Xeon X5560 - 24GB ECC DDR3 - Asus DirectCU GTX 760 - old Seagate 1.5TB HDD - Dark moded Ubuntu (and Win7, cuz why not)

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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, Stefan Payne said:

Missing protection

Loud as heck under normal/medium loads

Yes, it is

The 1050ti is a waste of money, RX570 is almost 50% faster, cost the same and also comes with up to 8GiB VRAM

If you care about Power Consumption, you stick with the 2400G and use the integrated chip.

The Power Consumption of the 570 is higher but so is 3D Performance as well.

 

Could we stop that nonsense propaganda/FUD?! 

And why ask if you don't care what we have to say...

 

If you care about Electric Bills, you wouldn't have gotten a Bronze unit, you'd gotten either a Gold or Platinum one.

well it cost alot sir...

maybe in your country its fair enough to your thoughts but consider other places sir

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3 minutes ago, fasauceome said:

If you really wanted to you could just limit the power limit yourself, but still you have the 1050 ti now so that is what it is. Later down the line, when you upgrade, you shouldn't concern yourself too much with power draw.

i will keep it on my mind sir..

thanks alot again...

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18 minutes ago, rislix said:

well it cost alot sir...

maybe in your country its fair enough to your thoughts but consider other places sir

Then you should have mentioned where you're from.

We assume you're in Europe or the US.


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5 hours ago, rislix said:

well it cost alot sir...

maybe in your country its fair enough to your thoughts but consider other places sir

well what is your budget in your given region?

 

because there are but a few places where the rx 570 isnt a wildly better buy. 

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9 hours ago, GoldenLag said:

well what is your budget in your given region?

 

because there are but a few places where the rx 570 isnt a wildly better buy. 

asia part sir...

rx 570 is a good and high performance...

but the thing is its power grinder..

so i switch to a budget deal with the gtx 1050ti 4gb oc....

and maybe i will sell my ryzen 5 2400g and get the 1600

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8 minutes ago, rislix said:

asia part sir...

which asia part. because there are a lot of parts in asia where its still a better buy. 

9 minutes ago, rislix said:

but the thing is its power grinder..

your ROI time would be in years. and you will get lower performance. one can allways underclock and undervolt the rx 570. even stock its not very powerhungry

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Posted · Original PosterOP

ROI? whats its meaning?

im from the Philippines...

i didnt know that it can be under clock and even under volt the rx 570...

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