[SOLVED] Bottleneck

Every system can bottleneck in certain circumstances. If you tell us the resolution and Hz of your monitor and the types of game you want to play we can say if this is a good setup.

Also how much and what speed is your RAM? This can make a significant difference.
 

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At 1080 60Hz gaming, no. Maybe in CPU-demanding titles at 144Hz+ a Ryzen 5 1600 would bottleneck slightly although you are going to be able to upgrade to the Ryzen 3000 series in the future if you do have issues.
 
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Every system can bottleneck in certain circumstances. If you tell us the resolution and Hz of your monitor and the types of game you want to play we can say if this is a good setup.

Also how much and what speed is your RAM? This can make a significant difference.
its a g.skill 16 gb 2x8 ripjaws v series 3200mhz, 1280x1024 60hz lcd
G. Skill 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) Ripjaws V Series
 
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  1. For high refresh rate gaming, yes the 1600 will be the bottleneck at 1080p.
  2. At 1440p or higher the GTX 1660 will be the bottleneck.
As of right now, #1 would be the only reason to go Intel IMHO.
so it will always bottleneck i have a monitor of 1280x1024 60hz lcd
 

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