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Will my i5-10400 play games better with an RTX 4060 (NOT TI) than with a gtx 1650? despite the words going out for bottleneck and stuff of that sort?

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Would an RTX 4060 (non-TI) be a good match with my i5-10400 its just to buy it right now and eventually ill upgrade everything else I just need to know if my i5–10400 will run things better with the RTX 4060 than with my GTX 1650 at the moment?

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3 minutes ago, max9696 said:

Would an RTX 4060 (non-TI) be a good match with my i5-10400 its just to buy it right now and eventually ill upgrade everything else I just need to know if my i5–10400 will run things better with the RTX 4060 than with my GTX 1650 at the moment?

Yeah, but not by a lot, depending on the game. Probably unacceptably so for anything multiplayer.

 

I'd suggest replacing the whole system than just dropping in an RTX 4060. Considering handhelds are on part with a GTX 1650, that's always an option if you've had interest in them.

 

Otherwise, I'd save up and wait then dropping in a new GPU, especially if you play anything multiplayer. Potentially go to a 5700x3D and AM4 platform instead, then upgrade the GTX 1650 later.

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Should see a decent performance uplift by swapping, the 4060 is quite a bit faster than a 1650, more GPU bound games will do well with that kind of upgrade. If you are playing at higher resolutions like 1440p or 4k, it will be a substantial change in overall graphical performance.

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i5 10400 is comparable to the 8700K or Ryzen 3600

 

The 4060 should run just fine.

 

This combo should game pretty well at 1080p

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