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Is it okay to pair RX 580 8 gb with i5 3570?

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will i5 3570 bottleneck the graphics card or not?

also, im getting i5 3570 with 8 gb of DDR3 ram, 400w antec psu, casing, for 135$. is it a good deal?

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13 minutes ago, asad007 said:

will i5 3570 bottleneck the graphics card or not?

also, im getting i5 3570 with 8 gb of DDR3 ram, 400w antec psu, casing, for 135$. is it a good deal?

No u should be fine. 

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i5 3570 with 8 gb of DDR3 ram, 400w antec psu, casing, for 135$

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wait... you didn't forget the motherboard & hdd right?

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1 hour ago, asad007 said:

will i5 3570 bottleneck the graphics card or not?

also, im getting i5 3570 with 8 gb of DDR3 ram, 400w antec psu, casing, for 135$. is it a good deal?

it should be fine but yeah what a deal ont he parts. hahahaha whats the mobo?

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3 hours ago, bebejapes said:

it should be fine but yeah what a deal ont he parts. hahahaha whats the mobo?

Intel Core i5 3570

Msi h61 mobo

1 tb toshiba hard drive 100% health

Kingston 8gb ddr3 rams 2*4

Antec 400 watt psu

Intel cooler

Simple casing

is it a good deal?

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3 hours ago, SupaKomputa said:

i5 3570 with 8 gb of DDR3 ram, 400w antec psu, casing, for 135$

Kill Me Now!!

 

wait... you didn't forget the motherboard & hdd right?

yeah that's included lol

 

Intel Core i5 3570

Msi h61 mobo

1 tb toshiba hard drive 100% health

Kingston 8gb ddr3 rams 2*4

Antec 400 watt psu

Intel cooler

Simple casing

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Just now, asad007 said:

Intel Core i5 3570

Msi h61 mobo

1 tb toshiba hard drive 100% health

Kingston 8gb ddr3 rams 2*4

Antec 400 watt psu

Intel cooler

Simple casing

is it a good deal?

the motherboard is fine its just a basic board. dont expect anything in terms of over clocking. its a good deal.

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Just now, bebejapes said:

the motherboard is fine its just a basic board. dont expect anything in terms of over clocking. its a good deal.

well, the processor isn't capable of oc either xD

it's the non K version

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4 minutes ago, asad007 said:

well, the processor isn't capable of oc either xD

it's the non K version

it kinda can but not too much but you could have even done the gpu.

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5 hours ago, asad007 said:

will i5 3570 bottleneck the graphics card or not?

also, im getting i5 3570 with 8 gb of DDR3 ram, 400w antec psu, casing, for 135$. is it a good deal?

That's a pretty reasonable pairing. May be slightly CPU bottlenecked on occasion though. If you already have the RX 580, keep it and don't worry about it, you should be fine most of the time. However, if you haven't bought it yet, I'd probably go with an RX 570 or 1060 3gb just to take a bit of the load off of the CPU. 


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3 minutes ago, Zeitec said:

That's a pretty reasonable pairing. May be slightly CPU bottlenecked on occasion though. If you already have the RX 580, keep it and don't worry about it, you should be fine most of the time. However, if you haven't bought it yet, I'd probably go with an RX 570 or 1060 3gb just to take a bit of the load off of the CPU. 

why would the load on the cpu be lower by going with a low end card?

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1 minute ago, asus killer said:

why would the load on the cpu be lower by going with a low end card?

Lower end GPU = lower framerate = lower CPU load. You don't want the CPU to be the bottleneck if you can help it because you get stuttering. 

 

For example if you pair a Ryzen 3 1200 with a 1050ti you'll probably get around 60% CPU usage. Put a 2080ti in there and you'll be pegged at 100%. 


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1 hour ago, Zeitec said:

Lower end GPU = lower framerate = lower CPU load. You don't want the CPU to be the bottleneck if you can help it because you get stuttering. 

 

For example if you pair a Ryzen 3 1200 with a 1050ti you'll probably get around 60% CPU usage. Put a 2080ti in there and you'll be pegged at 100%. 

people with a 2080ti probably have less stress on the CPU because they play in 4k. With a better card you go from high to ultra and actually decrease fps. It depends on a lots of things, but usually it's the other way around, better card, less cpu loads.

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9 hours ago, asus killer said:

people with a 2080ti probably have less stress on the CPU because they play in 4k. With a better card you go from high to ultra and actually decrease fps. It depends on a lots of things, but usually it's the other way around, better card, less cpu loads.

Playing at 4k also puts more stress on the GPU, just like running a lower end graphics card. CPU load is based on framerates. 

 

Also it's super not better card less CPU load. Better card = higher framerate = higher CPU load. You can see this because when you get better GPUs you have to increase settings and resolution to  take load off of the CPU. At the same settings and resolution, a better card will put more strain on the CPU as it tries to keep up with the GPU. So for example when we're tlaking about RX 580 vs RX 570 with a 3570, both cards are aimed at 1080p high/ultra settings. However the RX 580 is more likely to run above 60fps, which the 3570 is incapable of doing, so the 3570 will chug and cause stuttering. However the RX 570 will likely sit more around 50-60fps which is more comfortable for the 3570, making the GPU the bottleneck and avoiding the stutter associated with CPU bottlenecks. 

 

I had this exact experience going from my 780ti to my 1080 with a 3570k.


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On 11/18/2018 at 8:08 PM, Zeitec said:

Playing at 4k also puts more stress on the GPU, just like running a lower end graphics card. CPU load is based on framerates. 

 

Also it's super not better card less CPU load. Better card = higher framerate = higher CPU load. You can see this because when you get better GPUs you have to increase settings and resolution to  take load off of the CPU. At the same settings and resolution, a better card will put more strain on the CPU as it tries to keep up with the GPU. So for example when we're tlaking about RX 580 vs RX 570 with a 3570, both cards are aimed at 1080p high/ultra settings. However the RX 580 is more likely to run above 60fps, which the 3570 is incapable of doing, so the 3570 will chug and cause stuttering. However the RX 570 will likely sit more around 50-60fps which is more comfortable for the 3570, making the GPU the bottleneck and avoiding the stutter associated with CPU bottlenecks. 

 

I had this exact experience going from my 780ti to my 1080 with a 3570k.

 

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