Question Best gpu for 4590s ?

Lutfij

Titan
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Model for your Thermaltake PSU and it's age? We cannot recommend a GPU when your PSU will set your entire computer and your entire house(probably) on fire. Include your budget for a "best" GPU purchase and a preferred site for purchase. A location would help us two fold alongside your preferred site for purchase so we can understand what you have access to.
 

mohsen gtx

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Why why there is no answer for my simple question ?
Why you process a question with another question ?
I dont ask for a covid19 solution ... i have just know a gpu for my 4590s
 
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Why why there is no answer for my simple question ?
Why you process a question with another question ?
I dont ask for a covid19 solution ... i have just know a gpu for my 4590s
bro the guy is trying to help you but you should give detail about your budget.
the reason is budget will help him find out best possible gpu for you in those price range
secondly prices can vary a lot according to country wise
 

DSzymborski

Champion
Moderator
Why why there is no answer for my simple question ?
Why you process a question with another question ?
I dont ask for a covid19 solution ... i have just know a gpu for my 4590s
We ask for questions about parts because we're responsible. If you want people to give useful answers, you need to provide all the information that is requested.

Nobody can answer your question in an ethical manner without knowing your exact PSU. You were asked what the specific model was, but you have not answered that question.
 
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Why why there is no answer for my simple question ?
Why you process a question with another question ?
I dont ask for a covid19 solution ... i have just know a gpu for my 4590s
Because there is no good answer with incomplete information.

Above and beyond the VERY important question of the PSU (some models are good, some are terrible, and some brands have both good models and terrible models), you should know this: There is NO SUCH THING as a good match between a GPU and a CPU. That is a myth.

We would also need to know:
  • What is your monitor's resolution (and are you going to play games at that resolution, or a different resolution)?
  • What is your monitor's refresh rate?
  • Does your monitor have FreeSync, GSync, or neither?
  • What specific games are you looking to play?
If you don't know that information about your monitor, knowing the brand and exact model number of the monitor would be helpful.
 

Corwin65

Admirable
It is similar to buying parts for a car, when asked for what type of car, if you say white with four wheels, it gets close to impossible to recommend any parts.

Help us help you by providing as much information as needed.
 
This is mine
See the first link in my sig, regarding PSUs to recommend and to avoid.

The Litepower series is not to be trusted.

You do not have $140 to buy a GPU. You have $140 to replace your existing PSU and get a GPU.

What country are you buying in? In the US, $170 is far too much for a GTX 1050. $140 isn't too bad for an RX580, but used, I'm a little suspicious.
 

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