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Would a rx 3080 work with a i7 4770 and 16gb ram and a psu that runs a 1050ti happily

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My pc setup is a i7 4770 16gb 1050ti not sure about the psu and motherboard but they happily run the 1050ti so would it run a amd rx3080

 

i realize the rx3080 has not been realsed yet but I’m planning for the future ???

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Let me ask my crystal ball.

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Just now, Princess Cadence said:

Let me ask my crystal ball.

Why you have to be like that. 

Im asking a legit question 

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1 minute ago, Lewi2995lol said:

My pc setup is a i7 4770 16gb 1050ti not sure about the psu and motherboard but they happily run the 1050ti so would it run a amd rx3080

 

i realize the rx3080 has not been realsed yet but I’m planning for the future ???

It will easily run the 3080, you should buy one today.  

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2 minutes ago, Lewi2995lol said:

My pc setup is a i7 4770 16gb 1050ti not sure about the psu and motherboard but they happily run the 1050ti so would it run a amd rx3080

 

i realize the rx3080 has not been realsed yet but I’m planning for the future ???

i mean how many watts does ur current psu deliver and how much do u use now without the gpu 

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1 minute ago, Brooksie359 said:

No way to tell if it hasn't been announced yet and we have no information on power draw. 

Oh really sorry my friend told me everything had been realsed but he didn’t know what the specs were

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7 minutes ago, Lewi2995lol said:

not sure about the psu and motherboard

Well nobody outside of AMD actually has information on the 3080 since it's currently under embargo, although I can give you a rough estimate of what I think the power draw will be using the figures from previous Ryzen CPUs.

1. You can't re-use the motherboard you're using with your i7-4770. You're looking at a completely different brand of CPU with a different socket and chipset. That means you'll need to get a new motherboard and RAM since Ryzen does not support the DDR3 RAM you currently have.

2. What PSU do you have?

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3 minutes ago, Lewi2995lol said:

Why you have to be like that. 

Im asking a legit question 

everything that exists right now are rumors. NOTHING MORE

 

I actually agree with @Princess Cadence and @Brooksie359 

2 minutes ago, 1kv said:

1. You can't re-use the motherboard you're using with your i7-4770. Ryzen is a completely different brand of CPU with a different socket and chipset.

2. What PSU do you have?

you know it's a gpu, right?

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Just now, 1kv said:

1. You can't re-use the motherboard you're using with your i7-4770. Ryzen is a completely different brand of CPU with a different socket and chipset.

2. What PSU do you have?

He means the graphics card not the CPU, motherboard is irrelevant, the i7 4770 might bottleneck the RX 3080 if it's performance really is between the RTX 2070 ~ RTX 2080 though.

 

The RX 3080 will use significantly more wattage than a GTX 1050 so yes knowing the PSU is required.

 

And all this when the RX 3080 is still a rumor.... hard to take it for a "legit" thread.

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2 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

He means the graphics card not the CPU, motherboard is irrelevant, the i7 4770 might bottleneck the RX 3080 if it's performance really is between the RTX 2070 ~ RTX 2080 though.

 

The RX 3080 will use significantly more wattage than a GTX 1050 so yes knowing the PSU is required.

 

And all this when the RX 3080 is still a rumor.... hard to take it for a "legit" thread.

Thank you very much I will bear this in mind and try to take a look at the psu. Without opening it up anyway of working out the watts of the psu

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5 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

He means the graphics card not the CPU, motherboard is irrelevant, the i7 4770 might bottleneck the RX 3080 if it's performance really is between the RTX 2070 ~ RTX 2080 though.

 

The RX 3080 will use significantly more wattage than a GTX 1050 so yes knowing the PSU is required.

 

And all this when the RX 3080 is still a rumor.... hard to take it for a "legit" thread.

I thought he meant like a Ryzen 7.. I never knew the RX 3080 was a thing.  

Anyway @Lewi2995lol, I (or anyone else for that matter) can't actually give any figures on the 3080's power draw yet but I'd say if you have a 650W PSU it might work.

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7 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

you know it's a gpu, right?

Nope, thought OP was talking about a Ryzen CPU. Never heard of any RX 3080 since it's just a rumour at this point. I've not really been paying much attention to tech news lately if I'm honest.

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Just now, 1kv said:

Nope, thought OP was talking about a Ryzen CPU. Never heard of any RX 3080 since it's just a rumour at this point. Nobody actually knows if it will be produced.

No I think it has been confirmed to be produced 

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9 minutes ago, 1kv said:

Nope, thought OP was talking about a Ryzen CPU. Never heard of any RX 3080 since it's just a rumour at this point. I've not really been paying much attention to tech news lately if I'm honest.

listen...

RX

RX

it's a gpu, r3/r5/r7/r9? is a cpu ..

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9 minutes ago, Lewi2995lol said:

No I think it has been confirmed to be produced 

it hasn't...

 

all romors

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6 hours ago, Lewi2995lol said:

Thank you very much I will bear this in mind and try to take a look at the psu. Without opening it up anyway of working out the watts of the psu

Why do you need to open up the PSU?  Just check the label on the side of the PSU and we can tell you if what you have is good or not.

 

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Gonna say no. Unless the games you play aren’t cpu intensive. It will work though, if that’s all that matters to you. 

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7 hours ago, Lewi2995lol said:

My pc setup is a i7 4770 16gb 1050ti not sure about the psu and motherboard but they happily run the 1050ti so would it run a amd rx3080

 

i realize the rx3080 has not been realsed yet but I’m planning for the future ???

if the rx 3080 is around 1080-1080 ti level performance, I'd probably change the whole platform and the psu(if it's too weak)

Damn....

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