[SOLVED] Best budget graphic card for ryzen 2400g?

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Hi,

My setup details are as below.

Ab350M gaming 3 MB
Ryzen 2400g
Corsair 8gb vengeance 3000mhz Ram x 2
Vs 450 corsair PSU

I am planning to buy a GPU for my pc. I am not sure which one to buy at this given point. I want something in budget. Should get decent amount of FPS.

Thanks in advance
 

Solidjake

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Ok so 170-210 USD. Converted from Rupees

RX580/590 would be closer to the top of your budget assuming they are not selling cards extremely expensive there. Other cards a bit cheaper would be an RX570 or GTX1650
 

Solidjake

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Ok so 170-210 USD. Converted from Rupees

RX580/590 would be closer to the top of your budget assuming they are not selling cards extremely expensive there. Other cards a bit cheaper would be an RX570 or GTX1650
 

Flayed

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Hi,

My setup details are as below.

Ab350M gaming 3 MB
Ryzen 2400g
Corsair 8gb vengeance 3000mhz Ram x 2
Vs 450 corsair PSU

I am planning to buy a GPU for my pc. I am not sure which one to buy at this given point. I want something in budget. Should get decent amount of FPS.

Thanks in advance
Your super budget PSU will likely need to be changed depending on which card you go for.
 
Jan 4, 2019
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Ok so 170-210 USD. Converted from Rupees

RX580/590 would be closer to the top of your budget assuming they are not selling cards extremely expensive there. Other cards a bit cheaper would be an RX570 or GTX1650
Here budget gpu as mentioned above are 1650 and rx 570 both 4gb which one should i go for? 1650 or rx 570 now thats a confusion
 
One of the most important parts is your monitor. It's really less about whether it goes with your CPU, and more about whether it goes with your monitor.

  • What is your monitor's resolution?
  • What is your monitor's refresh rate?
  • Does your monitor have FreeSync, GSync, or neither?
    • If FreeSync, what is the FreeSync range
Knowing the brand and model number would be helpful.

And, yes, the PSU probably needs to be changed, its power level is low, and the VS is not one of Corsair's good models. See the link at the bottom of my signature.
 
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One of the most important parts is your monitor. It's really less about whether it goes with your CPU, and more about whether it goes with your monitor.

  • What is your monitor's resolution?
  • What is your monitor's refresh rate?
  • Does your monitor have FreeSync, GSync, or neither?
    • If FreeSync, what is the FreeSync range
Knowing the brand and model number would be helpful.

And, yes, the PSU probably needs to be changed, its power level is low, and the VS is not one of Corsair's good models. See the link at the bottom of my signature.
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my screen res is 1600x900 as of now without any sync option i am also planing to change my monitor to a full hd 144hz or atleast 120hz the new one is available with freesync and g sync
 
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my screen res is 1600x900 as of now without any sync option i am also planing to change my monitor to a full hd 144hz or atleast 120hz the new one is available with freesync and g sync
How soon is the monitor upgrade going to happen? If you're going to replace it fairly soon, I would say use the integrated graphics of the 2400g for now, since the 1600x900 resolution isn't that demanding. Wait until you've saved up enough money to get both the monitor you're interested in, AND a video card that is up to the task of supporting the new monitor's resolution and refresh, then purchase both together.

BUT . . I do not trust that PSU. It may do the job for now if you stick with the integrated graphics, but I believe replacing it with a high-quality unit of 550W or 650W should be your first priority, before adding a video card. The PSU is the lifeblood of your system. Poorer quality ones can damage your hardware when they fail.
 
Jan 4, 2019
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How soon is the monitor upgrade going to happen? If you're going to replace it fairly soon, I would say use the integrated graphics of the 2400g for now, since the 1600x900 resolution isn't that demanding. Wait until you've saved up enough money to get both the monitor you're interested in, AND a video card that is up to the task of supporting the new monitor's resolution and refresh, then purchase both together.

BUT . . I do not trust that PSU. It may do the job for now if you stick with the integrated graphics, but I believe replacing it with a high-quality unit of 550W or 650W should be your first priority, before adding a video card. The PSU is the lifeblood of your system. Poorer quality ones can damage your hardware when they fail.
The monitor will be upgraded in next couple of month. Also as suggested will change the psu also before purchasing the gpu. Thanks for the help
 
Jan 4, 2019
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How soon is the monitor upgrade going to happen? If you're going to replace it fairly soon, I would say use the integrated graphics of the 2400g for now, since the 1600x900 resolution isn't that demanding. Wait until you've saved up enough money to get both the monitor you're interested in, AND a video card that is up to the task of supporting the new monitor's resolution and refresh, then purchase both together.

BUT . . I do not trust that PSU. It may do the job for now if you stick with the integrated graphics, but I believe replacing it with a high-quality unit of 550W or 650W should be your first priority, before adding a video card. The PSU is the lifeblood of your system. Poorer quality ones can damage your hardware when they fail.
Btw which series psu would you recommend for 650w
 
Btw which series psu would you recommend for 650w
I'm personally happy with my Seasonic Focus. It's a high quality unit with a very long warranty. Corsair has some good models, and some not-so-good models. If you click on the link in the bottom of my signature, there's an extended explanation of various PSUs, which ones are good, and which aren't.

However, I understand that availability in India may not be the same as in the US. Still, that link makes for a very good guideline.
 

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