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Ryzen 2600 and 1050 Ti

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So, I currently have a i5-4460. I'd like to upgrade my CPU, motherboard and RAM. So I was thinking to buy a R5 2600 because of if I were to upgrade my 1050 Ti someday, the 2600 would be quite decent. So my main question is, are there going to be any troubles or fps drops when using these 2 together? The processor is quite overkill but wouldn't it be smart to get a good processor now and upgrade GPU later?

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Either option has its merits. You will want to upgrade both eventually and it's not like the gpu market is really all that great right now anyways. I would say upgrading to the 2600 now and wait for 7nm gpus would be a good option. 

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4 minutes ago, jukeez said:

So, I currently have a i5-4460. I'd like to upgrade my CPU, motherboard and RAM. So I was thinking to buy a R5 2600 because of if I were to upgrade my 1050 Ti someday, the 2600 would be quite decent. So my main question is, are there going to be any troubles or fps drops when using these 2 together? The processor is quite overkill but wouldn't it be smart to get a good processor now and upgrade GPU later?

Is there a reason you want to upgrade the CPU now?  I ask because you still have the 1050Ti, so it won't be hugely beneficial.  I'd upgrade it all when you decide to make a big leap, maybe when Ryzen 2 comes out.

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Because I would have the money for the processor, mobo and RAM now and I'd like to get performance upgrades. I am rocking i5-4460, some crappy motherboard and 8,00Gt Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 798MHz

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I think there is no point in upgrading CPU right now if your main goal will be gaming.

 

Your games will run the same as they do now since your i5 is not in any way limiting the GTX 1050 Ti, so just keep saving up and upgrade both CPU and GPU when time comes.

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Just now, jukeez said:

Because I would have the money for the processor, mobo and RAM now and I'd like to get performance upgrades. I am rocking i5-4460, some crappy motherboard and 8,00Gt Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 798MHz

Yeah, then do as Brooksie advised.

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Just now, jukeez said:

Because I would have the money for the processor, mobo and RAM now and I'd like to get performance upgrades. I am rocking i5-4460, some crappy motherboard and 8,00Gt Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 798MHz

the DDR3 is double data rate though, so effective speed is twice the 798Mhz. Performance difference between DDR3 and DDR4 games is basically nothing AFAIK. Plus you can grab 8GB more for dirt cheap off eBay. 

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The thing is, I want to get a good looking computer. What ryzen should I get with the GTX 1050 Ti then? Are there going to be any troubles or fps drops when using these 2 together? (R5 2600 + 1050 Ti)

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framedrops? the 1050ti doesn't have enough fps to be dropped anyway.

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Just now, jukeez said:

How about the 2400G with the 1050 Ti?

for gaming, 4 cores should be enough.

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So they would be just fine? Any bottleneck whatsoever?

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You have better gpu than the ones on ryzen iGPU 2x00G series so I would be looking something else.

 

I am still runing i5-3570K with amd rx480 on my rig, to me it's good for 1080p gaming. I am waiting at least to next ryzen launch before updating. News/rumors about the upcoming ryzen are at the moment enough to keep me from upgrading to current ryzen lineup.

 

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I want to get a Ryzen so which should I get?

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Its good to have igpu, incase the discrete failed, you have a backup.

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1 minute ago, SupaKomputa said:

Its good to have igpu, incase the discrete failed, you have a backup.

Yes it has its uses, but looking prices here there is 20€ difference between 2400g and 2600. That is small price increase to get 2 extra cores. From 2600 to 2700 its 125€ for 2 cores. And I don't know if 2400G has any performance gains over i5-4460.

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Just want to upgrade the parts in my PC except for the GPU (for now) to new parts.

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If I use userbenchmark.com to compare 2400G vs 2600 vs i5-4460.

 

Results are:

2400G is on average 34% faster than i5-4460

2600 is on average 76% faster than i5-4460

 

2600 is on average 28% faster than 2400G

 

Thing is I have no idea what kinds of test they run and how those perform in real use.

But between those to ryzen chips if the price difference is anything like here I would go with 2600.

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So going for 2600 is a good idea with 1050 Ti? Does the bottleneck affect in any way?

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1 minute ago, jukeez said:

So going for 2600 is a good idea with 1050 Ti? Does the bottleneck affect in any way?

You will be limited by the GPU, but I think that might be the case already with your system. When in future you upgrade your GPU you should have enough CPU power not to have bottlenecks.

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Aaaahhh.. there's so much thinking. I'd just like to get a recommendation on which ryzen CPU I should pair with my 1050 Ti GPU

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1 hour ago, jukeez said:

So, I currently have a i5-4460. I'd like to upgrade my CPU, motherboard and RAM. So I was thinking to buy a R5 2600 because of if I were to upgrade my 1050 Ti someday, the 2600 would be quite decent. So my main question is, are there going to be any troubles or fps drops when using these 2 together? The processor is quite overkill but wouldn't it be smart to get a good processor now and upgrade GPU later?

R5 2600 is overkill for 1050ti but it doesn't perform any worse than it performs now in games. And if you upgrade the 1050 Ti to better one, you have a cpu to go with the better graphics card. Going for less powerful ryzen cpu in my mind is pointless as they are hardly an upgrade from your current i5.

But if you want to know what is the best cpu for money to pair with 1050 ti, I would say that its your current i5-4460.

 

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3 minutes ago, Rusted said:

R5 2600 is overkill for 1050ti but it doesn't perform any worse than it performs now in games. And if you upgrade the 1050 Ti to better one, you have a cpu to go with the better graphics card. Going for less powerful ryzen cpu in my mind is pointless as they are hardly an upgrade from your current i5.

But if you want to know what is the best cpu for money to pair with 1050 ti, I would say that its your current i5-4460.

 

So this means that I wont have any issues in gaming or whatsoever if I were to get R5 2600 with my GTX 1050 Ti even though it bottlenecks hard?

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