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What GPUs for the Ryzen 5 2600

So I plan on getting a ryzen 5 2600 processor, and would like to know what GPUs I should pair it with without getting a bottleneck. I am looking at budget GPUs, primarily gtx 1060 6gb and rx 580, but would want to go lower if possible, at minimum the gtx 1050ti and rx570, and if those GPUs will bottleneck, maybe go for something higher. I am also on a fairly tight budget.

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There's always gonna be some form of bottleneck. Best not to worry about it.

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RX 570 is the best value card atm if budget's tight. 1050ti money for 1060 3gb performance

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Any gpu is fine you might see slight bottlenecks if you use a 1080 ti or rtx line of gpus

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I ran a 1080ti with my r7 1700 which is objectively the slower gpu for gaming and it was just fine. The 2600 is a very capable gpu and you can pair it with what every gpu you would like and it shouldn't cause too much of a bottleneck. If you are trying to hit 144+ fps in all your games then it might struggle on certain games but for the most part it should offer good performance. 

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What's your budget?  Keep monitoring Newegg, they've been having silly deals all month, I'm sure a graphics card or two will show up on there. Just a few weeks ago, I picked up an RX-580 for like $170 after a rebate. 

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A GTX 1060 or 1070 would do well. Same with the RX 580. If you can snag one for a good price on Black Friday or Cyber Monday then jump on them then. thanks

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5 hours ago, Brooksie359 said:

I ran a 1080ti with my r7 1700 which is objectively the slower gpu for gaming and it was just fine. The 2600 is a very capable gpu and you can pair it with what every gpu you would like and it shouldn't cause too much of a bottleneck. If you are trying to hit 144+ fps in all your games then it might struggle on certain games but for the most part it should offer good performance. 

Yeah it will be fine because a 1700 produces high fps but at 1080p it would bottle neck the card but who cares when the FPS is that high anyway

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I think  XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX Edition Graphics Card would be the best one for you. You can have your overclocking, high performing gaming experience and more. 
HEy, I got a content here recommended on the best GPUs for Ryzon 2600. You can check it once if yopu need to know more suggestion in this case. Here, I got some nice collections withing budget and above budget. 

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I ran a GTX 1070 with my 2600 with no issues.  This 580 for $169 might be a pretty good fit.

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