Question Gtx 1050ti pcie 4.0??

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Well it's not an even pairing. Not a bad thing though. The 1050Ti will do all it can but R5 3600 can handle faster cards.?
Well it's not an even pairing. Not a bad thing though. The 1050Ti will do all it can but R5 3600 can handle faster cards.


i know il will upgrade it to rtx 2060 when prices go down unti maybe after an year or sol then wil it botlleneck?
 

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ok will my 1050ti bottleneck with r5 3600??????
No, the 1050Ti wont be restricted by the R5. 1050Ti will run at it's maximum potential because the R5 is capable of driving even faster cards.

Will the R5 be bottlenecked by the 1050Ti? Well, the processor isn't going to be working as hard compared to say if it was dealing with a 2080Ti.

Will the processor suffer because it's got a 1050Ti in it? No. Will fps increase compared to a less powerful cpu? Maybe a little, depending how weak the previous processor was.
 
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No, the 1050Ti wont be restricted by the R5. 1050Ti will run at it's maximum potential because the R5 is capable of driving even faster cards.

Will the R5 be bottlenecked by the 1050Ti? Well, the processor isn't going to be working as hard compared to say if it was dealing with a 2080Ti.

Will the processor suffer because it's got a 1050Ti in it? No. Will fps increase compared to a less powerful cpu? Maybe a little, depending how weak the previous processor was.
bro tottaly will i be stream and play fortnite with r5 3600 and 1050ti with 120+fps on low setting 1080p?
 
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Streaming yes but 120+ fps from 1050Ti? Don't think so. Might get close to 80.

Assuming you have the card already, what's your current cpu and frame rate in Fortnite?
Now it's around 90+ almost all the time with my i5 3570 with bottleneck
 
Are you planning on buying a 1050 Ti brand new? If so, have you looked at the current generation GTX 1650 SUPER? That card is typically a bit faster than a GTX 1060 6GB or RX 580, and should be substantially faster than a 1050 Ti, while typically only costing slightly more.
 

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