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4 minutes ago, aeon187 said:

Would a 1050 /1060 would get bottle neck by a overclock 920?

Do you already own the old CPU in a system?

What's your budget/country for new parts?

I edit my posts a lot, Twitter is @LordStreetguru just don't ask PC questions there mostly...
 

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I think the GTX 1050 Ti might meet it's full potential with a well overclocked i7 920, but that is the limit.

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Just now, Princess Cadence said:

I think the GTX 1050 Ti might meet it's full potential with a well overclocked i7 920, but that is the limit.

^^^^ If you want me to I can try and get my i7 950 rig running (it's at stock rn) and throw my 1050 Ti in there and run some benchmarks vs my 5Ghz 8600K, that'll show any CPU bottlenecks.

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1 minute ago, aeon187 said:

I already own the processor

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A 1060 3GB is probably the upper limit for that

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6 minutes ago, aeon187 said:

I already own the processor

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Because if you already have a system you can set yourself up for the future with around $250 by replacing the key things, and you still get a decent GPU with it
 

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That older CPU is mostly fine for 60hz gaming anyways, but probably go for an RX 570/580 over a 1060 for future free-sync savings
 

 

I edit my posts a lot, Twitter is @LordStreetguru just don't ask PC questions there mostly...
 

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what monitor resolution/refresh rate?

 

What games or other software do you need to run?

 

 

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22 hours ago, jonrosalia said:

I would love to see the benches from both I run a i5 6500 with a EVGA 1050ti

Aight, here's the results, ran ROTTR, Battlefront 2 2017, and Titanfall 2 on them both (i5 8600K @5Ghz w/16GB DDR4, i7 950 @stock w/16GB DDR3):

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ROTTR:

Fullscreen 1080p60Hz, FXAA, no Vsync, High Preset

 

8600K:
2018-10-27 11:49:29 - ROTTR
Frames: 17596 - Time: 319922ms - Avg: 55.001 - Min: 0 - Max: 448

2018-10-27 11:54:56 - ROTTR
Frames: 14943 - Time: 276937ms - Avg: 53.958 - Min: 45 - Max: 69

 

i7 950:
2018-10-27 14:27:29 - ROTTR
Frames: 14616 - Time: 362234ms - Avg: 40.350 - Min: 27 - Max: 72

2018-10-27 14:34:40 - ROTTR
Frames: 17896 - Time: 354235ms - Avg: 50.520 - Min: 0 - Max: 144


Titanfall 2:
Fullscreen 1080p144Hz, Triple buffered V-Sync, high settings, 72fps frame target.

 

8600K:
2018-10-27 11:10:33 - Titanfall2
Frames: 148098 - Time: 1786750ms - Avg: 82.887 - Min: 19 - Max: 144

 

i7 950:
2018-10-27 16:00:40 - Titanfall2
Frames: 49033 - Time: 62407ms - Avg: 78.569 - Min: 5 - Max: 122


Battlefront II 2017:

1080p60Hz, no Vsync, High settings/Ultra textures

 

8600K:
2018-10-27 11:03:02 - starwarsbattlefrontii
Frames: 18574 - Time: 308078ms - Avg: 60.290 - Min: 42 - Max: 87

 

i7 950:
2018-10-27 14:51:12 - starwarsbattlefrontii
Frames: 17893 - Time: 320563ms - Avg: 55.817 - Min: 38 - Max: 77

2018-10-27 14:58:34 - starwarsbattlefrontii
Frames: 16971 - Time: 309813ms - Avg: 54.778 - Min: 42 - Max: 177

 

the i7 950 seems to lose about 5-10 fps on the 8600K at 1080p, so it shouldn't bottleneck the 1050 Ti much unless you're running CPU heavy games. Also keep in mind this was at stock, you can OC these and X56xx series Xeons and such quite well.

 

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ok that's pretty cool how close that gets with knowing that you can't bottleneck a 1050ti with a 8600k  my 6500 is right on the edge they are balanced in the upper 90%s under synthetic load.

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1 hour ago, jonrosalia said:

ok that's pretty cool how close that gets with knowing that you can't bottleneck a 1050ti with a 8600k  my 6500 is right on the edge they are balanced in the upper 90%s under synthetic load.

Yep, and with an overclock on a 1st gen i7 or the LGA1366 Xeons they'll close the gap even more. And your i5 should be pretty awesome, I have an i5 2400 and it's not bad at all, I've only run it with my 1050 so far and it runs everything at 1080p medium settings easily.

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9 hours ago, Zando Bob said:

Yep, and with an overclock on a 1st gen i7 or the LGA1366 Xeons they'll close the gap even more. And your i5 should be pretty awesome, I have an i5 2400 and it's not bad at all, I've only run it with my 1050 so far and it runs everything at 1080p medium settings easily.

 the 1050ti clocks up to 1928 on core and 3600 on the vram. the cpu never gets in the way if I had more PSU power I was going to look into the mini 1060 to "upgrade" but no point I can get 60-75 frames not going to waste the money. 336020998_ScreenShot2018-10-28at9_17_03AM.png.5abbf175adecabec53e5fb657ded3e24.png

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6 minutes ago, jonrosalia said:

 the 1050ti clocks up to 1928 on core and 3600 on the vram. the cpu never gets in the way if I had more PSU power I was going to look into the mini 1060 to "upgrade" but no point I can get 60-75 frames not going to waste the money. 

Nice! I forget what mine boosts to by itself but I think it’s something similar. Both my 1050 and 1050 Ti are EVGA FTW ones I scored for cheap off eBay (lol, actually bought an SSC but it turned out to be a FTW, so that was cool). They seem to use basically the same PCB and cooler, and both have an additional 6 pin power thingie so I should be able to get them running pretty fast. 

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2 hours ago, Zando Bob said:

Nice! I forget what mine boosts to by itself but I think it’s something similar. Both my 1050 and 1050 Ti are EVGA FTW ones I scored for cheap off eBay (lol, actually bought an SSC but it turned out to be a FTW, so that was cool). They seem to use basically the same PCB and cooler, and both have an additional 6 pin power thingie so I should be able to get them running pretty fast. 

I have the regular EVGA 1050ti I wouldn’t buy odd brands ether have to watch some sellers rebrand other cards on eBay and you get something totally trash or you get a 2 gb non ti sent to you.

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2 hours ago, jonrosalia said:

I have the regular EVGA 1050ti I wouldn’t buy odd brands ether have to watch some sellers rebrand other cards on eBay and you get something totally trash or you get a 2 gb non ti sent to you.

Yep, that’s why I only buy EVGA ones, because of the warranty, and pay with PayPal so both eBay and PayPal have my back if the seller lied about anything. 

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5 hours ago, jonrosalia said:

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Seeing these scores are the same reason I don't upgrade my FX 8350 and Xfired HD 7850s - they still work just fine lol

 

 

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