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Suggest good budget CPU for rx460

Any good budget CPU for rx460.

I also need to buy a mobo as well as a new ram(it's either buy a compatible 4th gen CPU or buy an new CPU which will require mobo and ram). I won't be overclocking, currently using dual core g3220. Could try to buy from AliExpress...but don't trust it enough.

Local stores do not have the 4th gen CPU anymore here.

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4 minutes ago, Goingby said:

1300x?

SInec you already have a haswell board and ram, id just get a faster cpu like this one. 

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Xeon-E3-1220V3-SR154-3-10GHz-Quad-Core-8MB-Socket-1155/382630953118?hash=item591695009e:g:M0IAAOSwWz5b7Gzl:rk:2:pf:0

 

Basically a core i5 fore cheaper

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Unless your board's dying, I'd just replace the celeron with an i5, or even Xeon E3 v3

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That was my idea but an i5 of the same socket costs at 17,000 inr whereas the 1300x is 7000inr??

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I5-2400.

 

You will not need much CPU to push that card.

 

Look for E3-12XX V3 CPUs, thwy will work fine in that board and are usually cheaper.

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The Mini Ryzen : Athlon 200GE : $50 : 3.2ghz + 2 cores + 4 threads + Vega 3 gpu inside in only 35Watt TDP!!!

Performance is same as i5-2400 @ 3.1

Reasons to consider AMD Athlon 200GE

12% higher single threaded performance.
60 watts lower power draw.
This is a newer product, it might have better application compatibility/performance (check features chart below).

Reasons to consider Intel Core i5-2400

Much higher multi threaded performance (around 21% higher). This allows for higher performance in professional applications like encoding or heavy multitasking.

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2 hours ago, Goingby said:

Any good budget CPU for rx460.

I also need to buy a mobo as well as a new ram. I won't be overclocking, currently using dual core g3220. 

Honestly it's an RX 460. If you can reuse your mobo and ram (I know you said you need to replace it, but you didn't say why) I'd just grab something like a used 4570, slot it in for around $60 off ebay and call it a day. 

 

That said if you do actually need to replace your CPU, basically anything would do. I mean like you could get an old i5 2400 OEM machine on the cheap, or something like a Ryzen 3. 


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4 hours ago, KarathKasun said:

I5-2400.

 

You will not need much CPU to push that card.

 

Look for E3-12XX V3 CPUs, thwy will work fine in that board and are usually cheaper.

How can a LGA 1155 fit on a lga 1150 board?

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4 hours ago, SupaKomputa said:

The Mini Ryzen : Athlon 200GE : $50 : 3.2ghz + 2 cores + 4 threads + Vega 3 gpu inside in only 35Watt TDP!!!

Performance is same as i5-2400 @ 3.1

Reasons to consider AMD Athlon 200GE

12% higher single threaded performance.
60 watts lower power draw.
This is a newer product, it might have better application compatibility/performance (check features chart below).

Reasons to consider Intel Core i5-2400

Much higher multi threaded performance (around 21% higher). This allows for higher performance in professional applications like encoding or heavy multitasking.

U just suggested a LGA 1155 cpu(i5 2400)for a LGA 1150 socket....

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12 hours ago, Goingby said:

U just suggested a LGA 1155 cpu(i5 2400)for a LGA 1150 socket....

I intended on editing that but overlooked it.  the 1150 socket equivalent is the i5-4430.  Though you could still get the i5-2400 and a board for less than $100 USD, arguably cheaper than getting a 1150 processor.

 

The E3-12xx V3 however is correct and is a 1150 part.

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