[SOLVED] GPU Replacement

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Hello Everyone! I first started building my own PC a few weeks from now and I found out that my MSI RX570 8GB was defective. I immediately returned my GPU but I don't know what kind of GPU i should go for. In my area, the Galax GTX 1650 Super Ex and the MSI RX570 8GB are the same price but I'm still undecided whether I should stick with the same RX570 or go for the GTX 1650 Super. I wanted to know which one performs the best together with my build.

MY PC SPECS
MOBO: MSI H310M PRO-VH PLUS
CPU: Intel i3 9100
RAM: 2x Ramsta 8GB 2666mhz
SSD: Ramsta 240gb
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1TB
PSU: Seasonic Focus 850W 80+ GOLD full modular
CASE: Cougar MG120
 
The 1650 SUPER is newer, and has a faster graphics chip than the RX 570, even if it does have less VRAM than that particular model of RX 570. In general, a 1650 SUPER will usually be slightly faster than an RX 580 in most of today's games, or roughly around 15-20% faster than an RX 570. It also draws less power under load, which might make it more compatible with your system if you have a low-end power supply.

Be aware that "non-SUPER" versions of the 1650 are actually a bit slower than an RX 570 though.
 

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Can you explain thoroughly? I’m quite new in the pc world lol
The competitor to the gtx 1650 super is rx 580. Since you're competing the rx 570 with it, the gtx 1650 super will win in terms of performance and power draw. If you're comparing a gtx 1650 super with a rx 580, their performance will be more or less same but the 1650 super draws lesser power. But if you're comparing a 1650 super 4gb with a rx 580 8gb, i would get the 580 8gb for the extra vram only if the rx 580 is similar priced or just a tad bit more expensive. Make sure to get a good brand of the cards tho for good cooling
 
The 1650 SUPER is newer, and has a faster graphics chip than the RX 570, even if it does have less VRAM than that particular model of RX 570. In general, a 1650 SUPER will usually be slightly faster than an RX 580 in most of today's games, or roughly around 15-20% faster than an RX 570. It also draws less power under load, which might make it more compatible with your system if you have a low-end power supply.

Be aware that "non-SUPER" versions of the 1650 are actually a bit slower than an RX 570 though.
 

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