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i3 6100 and a 1650 super

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Hello guys,after some research i found a gtx 1650 super at a good price but i dont know if it will bottleneck with the i3.I dont want like super high graphics just want to play newer games on 1080p and low-medium graphics.What do you guys think?

 

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Generally i would tell you to find either a 6600 or 6700 as an upgrade before going with a 1650s

 


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i3 9100F

 


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7 minutes ago, talklogan said:

i3 9100F

 

That's a waste of money considering he'd need a new board. If he's swapping platforms, the 1600AF is by far the better option.

 

15 minutes ago, NikitaSch said:

Hello guys,after some research i found a gtx 1650 super at a good price but i dont know if it will bottleneck with the i3.I dont want like super high graphics just want to play newer games on 1080p and low-medium graphics.What do you guys think?

 

Look for a used i7 6700 or i7 7700. Also, consider the 580/590/5500 XT as they perform better and cost around the same.

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5 minutes ago, 5x5 said:

That's a waste of money considering he'd need a new board. If he's swapping platforms, the 1600AF is by far the better option.

 

Look for a used i7 6700 or i7 7700. Also, consider the 580/590/5500 XT as they perform better and cost around the same.

I already have a computer with an i3 6100 i just want to upgrade the gpu.

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15 minutes ago, NikitaSch said:

I already have a computer with an i3 6100 i just want to upgrade the gpu.

If you don't already have a graphics card, the 1650 super would be a pretty major upgrade. The i3 would most likely hold it back in most games but you'd definitely see improvement.

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23 minutes ago, Grabhanem said:

If you don't already have a graphics card, the 1650 super would be a pretty major upgrade. The i3 would most likely hold it back in most games but you'd definitely see improvement.

i have a radeon r7 360.Im pretty sure i will see some difference between r7 360 and a 1650 s

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Just now, NikitaSch said:

i have a radeon r7 360.Im pretty sure i will see some difference between r7 360 and a 1650 s

You will but it might better value to get a used 1050 Ti if you have no intention of upgrading the CPU

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45 minutes ago, NikitaSch said:

I already have a computer with an i3 6100 i just want to upgrade the gpu.

a 2/4 chip is going to struggle on pretty much everything new. Get a second hand RX 570 for $100 or less, probably the most I'd get for that chip.


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1 hour ago, 5x5 said:

That's a waste of money considering he'd need a new board. If he's swapping platforms, the 1600AF is by far the better option.

 

Look for a used i7 6700 or i7 7700. Also, consider the 580/590/5500 XT as they perform better and cost around the same.

I would say i7 7700 is the best bet

 


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1 minute ago, talklogan said:

I would say i7 7700 is the best bet

 

Same deal as the 6700 but usually more expensive

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here is how your CPU will perform with a GTX 1050 ti

 

 

There are no videos I could find with an i3 6100 and a GTX 1650 that have a complete collection of games but there are a few wich test a single game with this setup

 

here is apex legends for example (tested also with the 1050 ti in the video above)

 

and as you see the frame rate is similar.  with some few second spikes at around 90-100 fps with a GTX 1650 other than that they stay both around 50 to 70 FPS with some lows in the 40s 

 

your CPU is not strong enough so either upgrade the CPU as well or better save money and buy a GTX 1050 ti. 

 

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