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I believe that they do yeah, although a freesync monitor won't be verified by Nvidia to do so, it should still work. My freesync monitor tells me that freesync is on, running with my GTX card


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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP
10 minutes ago, bengeoghegan11 said:

I believe that they do yeah, although a freesync monitor won't be verified by Nvidia to do so, it should still work. My freesync monitor tells me that freesync is on, running with my GTX card

Which gpu you got?

 

 

Edit: I see. Gtx 1660 super.. I'm planning to buy a 1650 super.. Will it be better than rx 580?

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Yep, as jaslion said (good to see you again my friend ;) ) it should work, and I have the 1660S, do you know what GPU you've got? You may also have to check your monitors settings to check it's actually working though


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9 minutes ago, bengeoghegan11 said:

Yep, as jaslion said (good to see you again my friend ;) ) it should work, and I have the 1660S, do you know what GPU you've got? You may also have to check your monitors settings to check it's actually working though

I don't have any GPU yet. I would like to build a new setup (budget friendly). So I'm looking for best hardwares which may suitable to my budget..

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2 minutes ago, LTT makes people Educate said:

I don't have any GPU yet. I would like to build a new setup (budget friendly). So I'm looking for best hardwares which may suitable to my budget..

Ah right, fair enough. At the risk of changing the topic, what hardware have you looked at already, and what's the budget?


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14 minutes ago, LTT makes people Educate said:

Which gpu you got?

 

 

Edit: I see. Gtx 1660 super.. I'm planning to buy a 1650 super.. Will it be better than rx 580?

Keep in mind though that unless it's got Nvidia certification, there's no gurantee that your monitor will work with Nvidia GPU. Sometime they work perfectly, some time they work only in certain a certain variable refresh rate mode (the old LG 27UK650 for example, only have Gsync work on 50 - 60 fps range while my current 27UL600 only got it to work on 40-60 range), and sometime it does work at all. 

 

We can check on Rting weather your freesync monitor work with Nvidia Gsync or not. They have a pretty comprehensive list of the model they've already tested. 

 

 https://www.rtings.com/monitor/tests/motion/g-sync-compatible

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2 minutes ago, bengeoghegan11 said:

 

Ah right, fair enough. At the risk of changing the topic, what hardware have you looked at already, and what's the budget?

I don't know if the currency of country would justify Dollar but the budget is around 600$ (without monitor or other accessories) according to the currency of my country. Which could be upto 100$ or 80£ less in USA or England.. 

 

And I'm considering to get new ryzen 3300x, gtx 1650 super, 8gb ram, 256gb ssd, 1tb hdd, a budget friendly b450 motherboard (micro atx), a budget friendly case, a budget friendly 500w +80 bronze psu and so on)

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17 minutes ago, e22big said:

Keep in mind though that unless it's got Nvidia certification, there's no gurantee that your monitor will work with Nvidia GPU. Sometime they work perfectly, some time they work only in certain a certain variable refresh rate mode (the old LG 27UK650 for example, only have Gsync work on 50 - 60 fps range while my current 27UL600 only got it to work on 40-60 range), and sometime it does work at all. 

 

We can check on Rting weather your freesync monitor work with Nvidia Gsync or not. They have a pretty comprehensive list of the model they've already tested. 

 

 https://www.rtings.com/monitor/tests/motion/g-sync-compatible

Thank you.. It'll be so helpful!

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13 minutes ago, LTT makes people Educate said:

I don't know if the currency of country would justify Dollar but the budget is around 600$ (without monitor or other accessories) according to the currency of my country. Which could be upto 100$ or 80£ less in USA or England.. 

 

And I'm considering to get new ryzen 3300x, gtx 1650 super, 8gb ram, 256gb ssd, 1tb hdd, a budget friendly b450 motherboard (micro atx), a budget friendly case, a budget friendly 500w +80 bronze psu and so on)

Honestly, I'm afraid I'm not too sure of the currencies either, or the differences in parts available between different countries. As far as I know though, what you've set out there looks brilliant, except you may want some more RAM. Just double check around the internet too for different reviews and benchmarks of the 3300X and the 1650S. Maybe just double check what AMD GPUs are available in your price range too in comparison to the 1650S


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2 hours ago, bengeoghegan11 said:

Honestly, I'm afraid I'm not too sure of the currencies either, or the differences in parts available between different countries. As far as I know though, what you've set out there looks brilliant, except you may want some more RAM. Just double check around the internet too for different reviews and benchmarks of the 3300X and the 1650S. Maybe just double check what AMD GPUs are available in your price range too in comparison to the 1650S

After watching several benchmarks I'm considering to get 12 gigs of ram.. Even for 1650s, it was pairing well with different CPU from both AMD and Intel.. Price are kinda similar of rx 580 and gtx 1650s. 

But retailers aren't much friendly with consumers here in Bangladesh. They add price according to their will with an excuse of tax..

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You really will notice the difference between 8GB and 12GB, that's a wise choice. Make sure that you can run the RAM in dual channel on your mobo though, as you'll get a performance gain there. For Ryzen too, make sure that your RAM is clocked at a higher speed, ~3000MHz should apparently give you a decent performance boost as opposed to slower sticks. From what I've seen, if the RX 580 prices are similar to GTX 1650 prices, then you might want to go for the RX 580, in benchmarks on YouTube the 580 gets similar FPS in some games, but around 15% higher in others. Looking at this too;

https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-1650-vs-AMD-RX-580/4039vs3923

The RX 580 looks like a much better bet, even if it is slightly more expensive. Well I'll keep my fingers crossed that you can find a decent retailer with fair prices 


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