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RTX 2060 Super with a Ryzen 5 2600?

Hi, so I was wondering if an RTX 2060 super would be a good pairing with a Ryzen 5 2600 for 1080p 144Hz. (I live in NZ and the 2600 is over $100NZD cheaper than the 3600. The 2060 Super is only $50NZD more than the 2060).

Thanks in advance!

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Just now, boggy77 said:

yes, should work well

 

ok thank u, so the GPU wont be bottlenecked?

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Just now, sahil! said:

Hi, so I was wondering if an RTX 2060 super would be a good pairing with a Ryzen 5 2600 for 1080p 144Hz. (I live in NZ and the 2600 is over $100NZD cheaper than the 3600. The 2060 Super is only $50NZD more than the 2060).

Thanks in advance!

Yep,It's a good pair.

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it will be ok however you should also look at the Ryzen 5 1600 AF as its basicaly a R5 2600 but even cheaper.

Or wait till next month when new Ryzen released and maybe the prices on 3000 series will drop.

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Just now, sahil! said:

ok thank u, so the GPU wont be bottlenecked?

should be fine, too many people are too scared of "bottlenecking". there will always be a bottleneck in a system, depending on the application, otherwise you'd get infinite fps.

the 2600 won't hold the 2060 super back too much.

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1 minute ago, boggy77 said:

should be fine, too many people are too scared of "bottlenecking". there will always be a bottleneck in a system, depending on the application, otherwise you'd get infinite fps.

the 2600 won't hold the 2060 super back too much.

swt thanks!

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2 minutes ago, WereCat said:

it will be ok however you should also look at the Ryzen 5 1600 AF as its basicaly a R5 2600 but even cheaper.

Or wait till next month when new Ryzen released and maybe the prices on 3000 series will drop.

ya, i tried looking for the 1600 AF first, but since i live in NZ the local retailers dont sell it, so i can only get it from amazon where i costs the same price as 3600 :/

3 minutes ago, Vishera said:

Yep,It's a good pair.

thanks!

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48 minutes ago, sahil! said:

ya, i tried looking for the 1600 AF first, but since i live in NZ the local retailers dont sell it, so i can only get it from amazon where i costs the same price as 3600 :/

 

Yeah im from sweden and i managed to find only ONE site that sold the 1600AF, and that was from denmark. Other than that, no-one sold it, unless you looked on amazon or something like that. Its a good chip, but its HELL finding one. The price was pretty OK tho, it was like 150 USD + free shipping. And while it might sound expensive, everything here in sweden is like +10-50$ more expensive than anywhere else.

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Just now, DankDeuxez said:

Yeah im from sweden and i managed to find only ONE site that sold the 1600AF, and that was from denmark. Other than that, no-one sold it, unless you looked on amazon or something like that. Its a good chip, but its HELL finding one. The price was pretty OK tho, it was like 150 USD + free shipping. And while it might sound expensive, everything here in sweden is like +10-50$ more expensive than anywhere else.

I live in Europe as well,but i am lucky that my supplier is an official partner of AMD,

My supplier has 1600AF in stock for 140 Euro,it does not ship to your countries.

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7 minutes ago, Vishera said:

I live in Europe as well,but i am lucky that my supplier is an official partner of AMD,

My supplier has 1600AF in stock for 140 Euro,it does not ship to your countries.

Yeah. It was hell finding one but i managed to buy one. Ive had it for a while now and love it! much better than my old 2200g i had before. Now im looking for a gpu upgrade tho, (got a xfx rs rx 480 4gb rn). Im going to get like 145 euros, and dont really know which gpu to go for (only used market). Either a 1070 (usually goes for 190-250 euros. Can add about 50 euros too my budget too. Also got a friend with a 1080, but he is planning on buying rtx 2000 or 3000 series cards, so i might be able to buy his 1080 too. Imma do some more digging to see if i can find anything.

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12 minutes ago, DankDeuxez said:

190-250 euros.

The 1660 Super costs that much,and it performs similarly to a 1070!

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On 10/21/2020 at 6:02 PM, sahil! said:

Hi, so I was wondering if an RTX 2060 super would be a good pairing with a Ryzen 5 2600 for 1080p 144Hz. (I live in NZ and the 2600 is over $100NZD cheaper than the 3600. The 2060 Super is only $50NZD more than the 2060).

Thanks in advance!

I have the same GPU and CPU pairing and so far its working fine. I use it for gaming/streaming/video editing.

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