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Best Ryzen CPU to pair with 1050ti 4gb?

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I am currently using a Ryzen 3 1200. It´s been good but I´d like to have a bit more breathing room for games like Squad and Arma. Can I upgrade without bottlenecking?

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2600 is a safe bet. depends what the budget is, what board are you using at the moment? 

A 2700 will probs find that the 1050 is going to be a bottleneck, unless you plan on upgrading that in the future as well 

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Is your CPU causing bad performance? Don't upgrade if it's meeting your standards. Otherwise, a Ryzen 5 1400 or 1600 would be a good upgrade for you.

 

BTW, there's always a bottleneck. Either your CPU or GPU will probably be maxed out, so best not to be worried about it.

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1 minute ago, fasauceome said:

Is your CPU causing bad performance? Don't upgrade if it's meeting your standards. Otherwise, a Ryzen 5 1400 or 1600 would be a good upgrade for you.

 

BTW, there's always a bottleneck. Either your CPU or GPU will probably be maxed out, so best not to be worried about it.

Noted thanks for the help!

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I do plan to upgrade my GPU but not for a few more months. I think I´ll go with the 2600. Thanks for all the help!

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