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IMPORTANT QUESTION!!

so, would i be able to run a sapphire radeon rx 580 8gb on an hp prebuilt? the prebuilt was purchased for 300, specs are 16gb of corsair dominator 3200 ddr4, ryzen 5 3600, 1tb hdd and 128/256/512gb ssd, idk which one it is, a zotac 1650 super 4gb, and an 80+ platinum rated 400 watt psu, would that be sufficient enough to run the 580 with a 6pin to 8 pin adapter? the prebuilt also came with monitor, 3 oem keyboards, and an oem mouse, none were hp, it is a mini green hp desktop, so would i be able to run it? the 580 is a sapphire pulse radeon rx 580 8gb of gddr5 help?

 

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Why replace the 1650 with a 580? The performance is pretty simmilar.

 

400w should be fine though.

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this is my new portable pc, so i want to bring the best performance possible since im not going to be using my home pc while im gone

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1 minute ago, xdXot1c said:

this is my new portable pc, so i want to bring the best performance possible since im not going to be using my home pc while im gone

If you want faster while still being low power a 1660 would be faster, but really id just keep the 1650, its not worth the cost to upgrade for a 20% performance boost.

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2 minutes ago, xdXot1c said:

this is my new portable pc, so i want to bring the best performance possible since im not going to be using my home pc while im gone

Yeah, but a 580 isn't really any better than a 1650, unless just need the extra VRAM.

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Just now, Electronics Wizardy said:

If you want faster while still being low power a 1660 would be faster, but really id just keep the 1650, its not worth the cost to upgrade for a 20% performance boost.

i already own the 580, i have 2 pc's now, the hp pc was too good of a deal to pass up

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the specs listed above, the og 8gb single channel stick, a monitor, keyboards and mouse, easily an 800-100 value

Just now, Chris Pratt said:

Yeah, but a 580 isn't really any better than a 1650, unless just need the extra VRAM.

 

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20 hours ago, xdXot1c said:

so, would i be able to run a sapphire radeon rx 580 8gb on an hp prebuilt? the prebuilt was purchased for 300, specs are 16gb of corsair dominator 3200 ddr4, ryzen 5 3600, 1tb hdd and 128/256/512gb ssd, idk which one it is, a zotac 1650 super 4gb, and an 80+ platinum rated 400 watt psu, would that be sufficient enough to run the 580 with a 6pin to 8 pin adapter? the prebuilt also came with monitor, 3 oem keyboards, and an oem mouse, none were hp, it is a mini green hp desktop, so would i be able to run it? the 580 is a sapphire pulse radeon rx 580 8gb of gddr5 help?

 

The gtx 1650 super is literally faster than an Rx 580.

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13 hours ago, Cheburek said:

The gtx 1650 super is literally faster than an Rx 580.

no it is not. rx 580 is a bit faster. 

Check "Hardware Unboxed's" video about it

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