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Would a GTX 1060 6gb bottleneck a Ryzen 1700x?

Just bought a 1700x and have a 1060 6gb on order wondering if there would be any bottlenecking.

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No, nothing will be bottlenecked. 

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The GPU and CPU should swap places in your question. The answer is no, however.

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Nope, the 1700x is a great CPU, if anything your GPU will be the barrier to higher FPS

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I'm pretty certain you could go up to a 1080 Ti on a 1600X and still be fine.

 

Ryzen ain't no slouch.

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what if it was a r5 1600 ana a gtx 1080?

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4 hours ago, MadBorg said:

what if it was a r5 1600 ana a gtx 1080?

That combo would be fine.

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I very much dislike the work bottlenecking. It sounds like a concept for simpletons/politicians. this is engineering not politics. thankfully someone else has made a video so i dont have to type much

 

No you will not get bottlenecked.

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