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Best combo which ages the best , rx 580 vs 1060 and 1500x vs 7500

1) is there any mandatory thing that a amd graphics card must be paired with a amd gpu ( here I m talking about 1500x and rx 580) or a 7500 can also be paired with a rx 580 and vise versa .Is it aslo important that will a amd gpu paired with a amd gpu will give extra performance then combined with a 7500 abd also vise versa 

2) I know a lot of people will tell that with the aim of ageing i should go for the 4 core 8 thread 1500x and rx 580 as future games with dx 12 will take advantage with it also u may say that rx 580 will give better driver support but again living in the present I will surely play gta 5 and other dx 11 games where the 7500 and 1060 is winner so is it a good idea to future invest on something which may yield undependable returns , the problem also is that the i will not play much of dx 12 games as I don't like them as for now like tomb raider , division , warhammer , for honour etc so investing on the i dont use doesn't makes sence however in future i may like some so fingers crossed  , even the 580 struggles in gta , frame drops and stutter occuurs ( came to know from tech deals gta 5 game play with rx 580) one may say that it has higher v ram so one may play with max settings like msaa shadows etc for a alonger time but again if a card fails vs 1060 today what will it happen tomorrow , 

3) coming to the 7500 , according to most youtube sites 7500 is still the king in most cases even for games like battlefield 1 and hitman and doom which is kinda weird .But my gaming pc will only do gaming just. Nothing else so that 7500 may be enough however the games i will play for now are 1st person shooter like cod series battlefield , crisis and more to come and also of past years etc , along with racing games ( which I don't think will make much impact ) extra games i will play are gta 5

Strategic games e sport games others , i would also like to let u know that I will play on a 1080 p monitor with 60 hz refresh rate 

Please advice me as the best combo as I m in real confusion,i also want to let u know that I will not be over clocking any thing  so then over clocking advantage is not applicable

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1500x is already better than the i5 in every way.  I would personally get the 580 8gb for extra vram and better driver support, it will perform on par with the 1060 in modern games and outperform in the future. 

 

Also, get the 1600 if you can.

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Ryzen 5 and rx 580. More cores, threads and more Vram. Also, you can mix and match AMD/Nvidia GPUs with AMD and Intel CPUs, they don't work in tandem with one or the other in any particularly beneficial way.

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2 minutes ago, pelark said:

Ryzen 5 and rx 580. More cores, threads and more Vram. Also, you can mix and match AMD/Nvidia GPUs with AMD and Intel CPUs, they don't work in tandem with one or the other in any particularly beneficial way.

Actually this was my main question that can I miss match thins ,so r u telling that I should nt do that ,or its not recommended 

Plz describe ur ans

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Just now, Cankur.007 said:

Actually this was my main question that can I miss match thins ,so r u telling that I should nt do that ,or its not recommended 

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You can definitely do that. It is normal to have an AMD CPU and nVidia GPU, none of them are biased in the way they interact with the CPU. It is definitely recommended, as you could get a Pentium G4560 for example with a Radeon RX 570 for one of the best budget configs today. You can even put an nVidia and AMD card in one computer with a Intel or AMD CPU.

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11 minutes ago, Cankur.007 said:

Actually this was my main question that can I miss match thins ,so r u telling that I should nt do that ,or its not recommended 

Plz describe ur ans

it's perfectly fine to mix and match your CPU and GPU choice.

Just be sure the motherboard is compatible with the CPU, and so is the RAM.

 

The GPU will be compatible with any motherboard as long as it has a PCIe slot. 

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26 minutes ago, Damascus said:

1500x is already better than the i5 in every way.  I would personally get the 580 8gb for extra vram and better driver support, it will perform on par with the 1060 in modern games and outperform in the future. 

 

Also, get the 1600 if you can.

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