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Abhijit Pramanick

I have ryzen 3 2200g processor. Can I combine GTX 1650 super with it???

1 minute ago, SavageNeo said:

oh it matters alot in ryzen- Less fps drops, framtime lower, less stutters, better performance. Same with intel based machines

Like I said, one should still be plenty. He is clearly operating on a budget, and is prioritizing the most important component to improve his gaming experience. 

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Yes you can. You might run into cpu bottlenecks in some games but it's mostly fine. In the future you can upgrade your CPU too so that's great. 

Is it a prebuild? Make sure your PSU is up to speed. 


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No I have build the pc in 2019. I have 8 gb 2400 MHz ram and a320 motherboard.

In which games would I see bottleneck and how much?? Please reply.

5 minutes ago, FloRolf said:

Yes you can. You might run into cpu bottlenecks in some games but it's mostly fine. In the future you can upgrade your CPU too so that's great. 

Is it a prebuild? Make sure your PSU is up to speed. 

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25 minutes ago, Abhijit Pramanick said:

I have ryzen 3 2200g processor. Can I combine GTX 1650 super with it???

If you can put a RTX2080 Super with 9600KF

Why can't you put a 1650 Super in a 2200G


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19 minutes ago, Abhijit Pramanick said:

. I have 8 gb 2400 MHz ram and a320 motherboard.

i stick of ram? you need  another stick.

 

19 minutes ago, Abhijit Pramanick said:

In which games would I see bottleneck and how much??

In lower quality, oler games, or cpu bound games. But bottlenecking is overrated. It does not harm to your computer. You just cannot get full potential in lower quality, older games, or cpu bound games. But yiu will get good enough performance. Since that is not going to bottleneck that much


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21 minutes ago, SavageNeo said:

i stick of ram? you need  another stick.

One stick is plenty, he just won't take advantage of dual channel memory, which I'm not sure matters with a 2200G anyways.

 

45 minutes ago, Abhijit Pramanick said:

In which games would I see bottleneck and how much?? Please reply.

You'd probably have some bottlenecking with some cpu intensive games like Cities: Skyllines, Frostpunk etc. My Ryzen 5 3600 can also have trouble with the late stages of some games. 


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Just now, jctappel67 said:

One stick is plenty, he just won't take advantage of dual channel memory, which I'm not sure matters with a 2200G anyways.

oh it matters alot in ryzen- Less fps drops, framtime lower, less stutters, better performance. Same with intel based machines


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1 minute ago, SavageNeo said:

oh it matters alot in ryzen- Less fps drops, framtime lower, less stutters, better performance. Same with intel based machines

Like I said, one should still be plenty. He is clearly operating on a budget, and is prioritizing the most important component to improve his gaming experience. 


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what i would do is go upgrade the memory to dual channel see if you cant oc the memory to 3000 ish and with whats left over look into gpu's in that budget range.

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