1050Ti & Which Ryzen Will Work Perfectly Together ?  


  1. Posts : 465
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    1050Ti & Which Ryzen Will Work Perfectly Together ?


    So my next upgrade will to a Ryzen system.

    I would like to know which Ryzen is gonna work as good/better than my FX6350 does, as when using the FX I do find it can be sluggish after clicking an action like it is too buisy to respond.

    I will be keeping my GT1050Ti on the system so want a matching Ryzen CPU as not sure ?

    I will be using 4 X 4GB of 2666mhz ram & already have the SSD's needed.

    Thanks For Any Info

    RB
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  2. Posts : 16,532
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    I think the 1600 or 1700 will give you increased performance. The GPU will be fine, I think RAM will need to be checked on the QVL. @CountMike can probably give you a good answer, he has a Ryzen
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  3. Posts : 465
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    Dude said:
    I think the 1600 or 1700 will give you increased performance. The GPU will be fine, I think RAM will need to be checked on the QVL. @CountMike can probably give you a good answer, he has a Ryzen
    Yes thanks, I was looking at the 1600X as it is hex core the motherboard I need for this replacement needs at least 6 sata ports to work my switch power system of hard drives & I have found the Asus Prime X370-Pro, a bit pricey but has 8 sata ports & m.2 slot

    Some Corsair Vengeance 2666mhz ram will work according to the qvl list but I will be waiting for ram prices to drop some time when ever ?

    Thanks for your quick reply anyway

    RB
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  4. Posts : 234
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    RoadBlaster said:
    Yes thanks, I was looking at the 1600X as it is hex core the motherboard I need for this replacement needs at least 6 sata ports to work my switch power system of hard drives & I have found the Asus Prime X370-Pro, a bit pricey but has 8 sata ports & m.2 slot

    Some Corsair Vengeance 2666mhz ram will work according to the qvl list but I will be waiting for ram prices to drop some time when ever ?

    Thanks for your quick reply anyway

    RB
    The 1600 and 1600X seem to be the sweet spot for gaming. 6 core / 12 thread beasties. I tried the 1500X and 1600X. Love the 1600X...great CPU.
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  5. Posts : 465
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    I am now considering the Ryzen 1300x as seen a you tube video which did not push the GTX1050Ti over 99% unlike my FX6350 does ?

    AMD Ryzen 3-1300X + GTX 1050 Ti Tested in GTA V @ 1080p - Ultra Settings - YouTube

    AMD Ryzen 3-1300X vs i3-7100 | GTA V @ 1080p - Ultra Settings (GTX 1050 Ti) - YouTube

    or ? are the you tube videos doctered to promote Ryzen 3 ?

    This is just for my budget server cased pc, the pro game build comes when I get the 4K 60" screen
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  6. Posts : 2,540
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    RoadBlaster said:
    So my next upgrade will to a Ryzen system.

    I would like to know which Ryzen is gonna work as good/better than my FX6350 does, as when using the FX I do find it can be sluggish after clicking an action like it is too buisy to respond.

    I will be keeping my GT1050Ti on the system so want a matching Ryzen CPU as not sure ?

    I will be using 4 X 4GB of 2666mhz ram & already have the SSD's needed.

    Thanks For Any Info

    RB


    I have a 1600x it is very powerful and a good bang for buck performance it catches up with my 6-core 6850k which currently is at 4.511 Ghz Cinebench scores 1372 The 1600x is at 4.0Ghz 1.42.volts vcore and gets 1275 on Cinebench which is pretty much on par with my 6850k at 4.0 Ghz

    Now that would be the best bang for buck performance in the middle and able to match intels X99 Models

    With the continuous Bios updates it will just get better still the memory situation but i have mine running at 2666Mhz which is really good speed for Ryzen

    that Cpu should keep you good for a long while the 1700 1700x on up are good the price to performance is not as good as 1600 to 1600x You can save $40 going to the 1600 than the X but i would just do the X if i were you
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    RoadBlaster said:
    I am now considering the Ryzen 1300x as seen a you tube video which did not push the GTX1050Ti over 99% unlike my FX6350 does ?

    AMD Ryzen 3-1300X + GTX 1050 Ti Tested in GTA V @ 1080p - Ultra Settings - YouTube

    AMD Ryzen 3-1300X vs i3-7100 | GTA V @ 1080p - Ultra Settings (GTX 1050 Ti) - YouTube

    or ? are the you tube videos doctered to promote Ryzen 3 ?

    This is just for my budget server cased pc, the pro game build comes when I get the 4K 60" screen
    1050Ti doing Ultra lol ,I think i need a drink i 've seen it all now
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  8. Posts : 465
    W11X64 22H2 X3
    Thread Starter
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    I was right about the 1600x being toooooo powerfull for a GTX 1050 Ti but looks like a good match for the GTX 1070, any version recomendations ?

    I found this bottlenecking app on Google Apps & am using Bluestacks to run it & it gives the same result as The Bottlenecker web site :) except they don't have Ryzen Calcs yet !!!

    1050Ti & Which Ryzen Will Work Perfectly Together ?-1600x.jpg
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  9. Posts : 465
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    So just been looking at all the GPU's NVIDIA & AMD which will work with the 1600X & all I have come up with is 3 NVIDIA cards ?

    I guess these CPU'S are just waiting for the future GPU'S to come out ?

    1050Ti & Which Ryzen Will Work Perfectly Together ?-1600x.jpg
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  10. Posts : 19,498
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    It's not a question of bottleneck from any modern PC CPU with a card like 1050 (even Ti) but how much it would bottleneck the CPU.
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