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I5 8600 non k with gtx 1060 6gb bottleneck!!

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Not enough to worry about. That being said I'd take a 2600x over the 8600 any day of the week. However if you're dead set on Intel, then yeah the 8600 should be a pretty good match with a 1060 6gb.

Hi everyone ??

 

I'm pc gamer and i want your advice about intel 8th generation cpu.

 

I have gtx 1060 6gb and 16gb ram , 1 tera hard.

 

Sooo if i buy i5 8600 non k cpu will i get bottleneck with my gtx 1060 6gb????

 

And what is the best gaming cpu for my GPU.

I'm playing games on 1080p 

Samsung 144hz monitor.

 

I want play all games with smooth experience.

 

Thanks for answer ?☺️☺️

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yes.

 

the answer is always YES. even if the question is: "will i bottle-neck with a 9900k and a 2080ti"? ... yes. somewhere in your system you will bottleneck SOMETHING.

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4 minutes ago, seoz said:

Short answer, no, it won't bottleneck.

 

I use an i5-8600K along with my GTX 1060, it's fine.

^^^ an OCed 8600K at 5GHz keeps up with a 1080 easily at 1080p, a 1060 should be child's play. Haven't tried stock speeds though, but I'd assume the 8600 non-K is no slouch in games. 

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10 minutes ago, Zando Bob said:

^^^ an OCed 8600K at 5GHz keeps up with a 1080 easily at 1080p, a 1060 should be child's play. Haven't tried stock speeds though, but I'd assume the 8600 non-K is no slouch in games. 

Using ASUS's eztuning wizard in the BIOS or anything similar on you're mobo should give you more than enough performance. Even the cheaper 8400K might be enough for this.

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57 minutes ago, knightslugger said:

yes.

 

the answer is always YES. even if the question is: "will i bottle-neck with a 9900k and a 2080ti"? ... yes. somewhere in your system you will bottleneck SOMETHING.

Soooo what's the solution???

What should i buy for gtx 1060???

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53 minutes ago, Zando Bob said:

^^^ an OCed 8600K at 5GHz keeps up with a 1080 easily at 1080p, a 1060 should be child's play. Haven't tried stock speeds though, but I'd assume the 8600 non-K is no slouch in games. 

Sooo what is the best cpu for gtx 1060??

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1 minute ago, Ahmet Alhurmuzy said:

Soooo what's the solution???

What should i buy for gtx 1060???

Get the 8600, you'll be fine. He means that there's always a theoretical bottleneck, heck your RAM or HDD can hold you back. So technically he is correct, everything will bottleneck somehow. The bottlenecking you want to avoid is when it's so bad that you get fps drops and stutter, you'll have nothing of the sort with an 8th gen i5 in pretty much all the games. 

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I myself am running a i7 8700k along with a 1060 6gb and don't suffer from bottlenecking as far as I can tell it easily boots up to 2100mhz if needed

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1 hour ago, Ahmet Alhurmuzy said:

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pretty sure the gpu would bottleneck the cpu in newer aaa titles, and as others have said, there's always a bottleneck, a 9900k bottlenecks a 2080 ti in some cases.

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Not enough to worry about. That being said I'd take a 2600x over the 8600 any day of the week. However if you're dead set on Intel, then yeah the 8600 should be a pretty good match with a 1060 6gb.


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