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Hey so I recently upgraded to the 1080ti and got a 650w psu to go with it, im afraid that my system might be bottle necked but here are the parts : 8gb 3000 clocked ddr4 ram, Ryzen 5 2600g, 1080ti, looking to play shooters at max settings at 144hz 1080p, pub g, Fortnite, battle field 5, gta 5 etc if any how bad would the bottleneck be and what should I upgrade?

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I'd upgrade to something like a 2700x or a 3700x if your motherboard supports it. That 2600g is going to bottleneck that gpu enough were you wont get 144hz. 

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Think you will be alright. Friend has the same cpu with a 1080 and cpu usage is quite low compared to my stuff. 1080ti isn’t much more than a 1080 performance wise. 


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39 minutes ago, Druskiee said:

8gb 3000 clocked ddr4 ram, Ryzen 5 2600g

That ram is bottlenecking. I recommend 16gb. 

 

The Ryzen 5 2600G does not exist, I assume you mean the 2400G? 

 

Bottlenecks would probably be your ram and CPU.


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12 minutes ago, NZgamer said:

That ram is bottlenecking. I recommend 16gb. 

 

The Ryzen 5 2600G does not exist, I assume you mean the 2400G? 

 

Bottlenecks would probably be your ram and CPU.

8GB is plenty as long as you don't have too many background apps open.

 

@Druskiee I suggest you download HWMonitor and leave it open while playing a game. Play for about 10 minutes and what reached 100% utilization.


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6 hours ago, JoostinOnline said:

8GB is plenty as long as you don't have too many background apps open.

2nd Gen Ryzen is severely bottlenecked by any single-channel RAM scenario... Also, many newer games do use more than 8GB of RAM.


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50 minutes ago, BTGbullseye said:

2nd Gen Ryzen is severely bottlenecked by any single-channel RAM scenario... Also, many newer games do use more than 8GB of RAM.

He never said it was a single stick, and none of the games he listed need more than 8GB of RAM.


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Second gen Ryzen was never that good for high refresh rate gaming, there's a reason why people still recommended Intel before Zen 2 release.

 

You can see below a chart that illustrates it, have in mind the GTX 1080 Ti would sit between the 2070 Super and 2080 Ti in there:

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So if you're trying to do 1080p144hz your processor will be a bottleneck even if you improve your memory configuration (which if it is 1x8gb should also be an issue).


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On 2/11/2020 at 4:32 PM, JoostinOnline said:

8GB is plenty as long as you don't have too many background apps open.

Nope. I went from 8 to 16 and it was Hella worth it 


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26 minutes ago, NZgamer said:

Nope. I went from 8 to 16 and it was Hella worth it 

I didn't say there were no cases where it was useful, but that's not his largest concern.

 

@Druskiee We still need you to confirm what CPU you have. The motherboard and RAM model would also be useful.


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2 hours ago, JoostinOnline said:

I didn't say there were no cases where it was useful, but that's not his largest concern.

 

@Druskiee We still need you to confirm what CPU you have. The motherboard and RAM model would also be useful.

He is saying he wants to do 1080 at 144hz. 8 gig of ram is a huge bottleneck there. I saw noticeable difference in games going from 8 to 16 and had a much more enjoyable frame rate.


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On 2/11/2020 at 3:34 AM, Druskiee said:

Hey so I recently upgraded to the 1080ti and got a 650w psu to go with it, im afraid that my system might be bottle necked but here are the parts : 8gb 3000 clocked ddr4 ram, Ryzen 5 2600g, 1080ti, looking to play shooters at max settings at 144hz 1080p, pub g, Fortnite, battle field 5, gta 5 etc if any how bad would the bottleneck be and what should I upgrade?

2600G doesn't exist. Either a 2400G or a 2600. 2600 should be fine, 2400g is a bit meh.

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