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Bottleneck Issues with 1080

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I'm planning on upgrading my GPU to a 1080 would my i5 4570 bottleneck the GPU at all? If so what would be the best CPU to upgrade to keep up with the GPU? 

all i want is another great halo game.

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20 minutes ago, N1C2010 said:

I'm planning on upgrading my GPU to a 1080 would my i5 4570 bottleneck the GPU at all? If so what would be the best CPU to upgrade to keep up with the GPU? 

There will be a bottleneck. CPU is a bit old now. For CPU upgrade, I'd need to know what resolutions you're playing at, also what other tasks you're going to do with your PC.

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19 minutes ago, N1C2010 said:

I'm planning on upgrading my GPU to a 1080 would my i5 4570 bottleneck the GPU at all? If so what would be the best CPU to upgrade to keep up with the GPU? 

There is a huge bottleneck there.  Don't bother.  Wait until you upgrade mobo cpu and ram then get that video card.  Because with your current CPU your going to be losing a lot of FPS my friend.  Also there will be dips to 30's and 40's ................. Totally pointless upgrade.

 

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15 minutes ago, Abdul201588 said:

There will be a bottleneck. CPU is a bit old now. For CPU upgrade, I'd need to know what resolutions you're playing at, also what other tasks you're going to do with your PC.

If I was going to get a 1080 would be playing at 1440p and primarily gaming don't do any video work or anything like that

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21 minutes ago, RobbinM said:

Depends on your resolution.

If I was to upgrade to GTX 1080 would get a 1440p monitor

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4 minutes ago, N1C2010 said:

If I was to upgrade to GTX 1080 would get a 1440p monitor

You can not game @ 1440p with that CPU man.  I mean you could but its going to be laggy and slow.  Cuz your CPU is bringing down your graphic card.

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1 minute ago, Turtle Rig said:

You can not game @ 1440p with that CPU man.  I mean you could but its going to be laggy and slow.  Cuz your CPU is bringing down your graphic card.

I know that hence in my original post I asked if there is a bottle neck what would be an appropriate CPU to upgrade to? 

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1 minute ago, N1C2010 said:

I know that hence in my original post I asked if there is a bottle neck what would be an appropriate CPU to upgrade to? 

How much does a 1080 cost in Australia? I'd get a new system tbh. Part out your current system for extra cash. I'd recommend Ryzen build.  

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16 minutes ago, Abdul201588 said:

How much does a 1080 cost in Australia? I'd get a new system tbh. Part out your current system for extra cash. I'd recommend Ryzen build.  

Price can vary because you can only get them used but range from $450 to $900 AUD. I was definitely considering selling my current system just thought if I could get by without a compete upgrade I would. 

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25 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

well, a 2600 would be a cheap upgrade, with a great path to go with it.

Appreciate that. So would a 2600 manage with a GTX 1080 at 1440p? And is a Ryzen build a better bang for your buck gaming rig compared to intel?

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1 minute ago, N1C2010 said:

Appreciate that. So would a 2600 manage with a GTX 1080 at 1440p? And is a Ryzen build a better bang for your buck gaming rig compared to intel?

it should go pretty well in most titles, and around summer next year there will be new zen 2 chips, so you also have a good upgrade path if you're not satisfied later

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5 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

it should go pretty well in most titles, and around summer next year there will be new zen 2 chips, so you also have a good upgrade path if you're not satisfied later

Awesome! Would the new chips still work with the mobo I would get for the 2600?

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Just now, N1C2010 said:

Awesome! Would the new chips still work with the mobo I would get for the 2600?

Knowing amd they should, but the whole zen 2 launch is kind of a rumor. but they said they'll support socket am4 untill 2020

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3 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

Knowing amd they should, but the whole zen 2 launch is kind of a rumor. but they said they'll support socket am4 untill 2020

Sounds good! Thanks for your help.

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