Question Hi guys. I'm building a new pc.I wanna play cod ww2 ,gta 5,Battlegrounds, rdr2(if released in future) in hd at ultra. So please go on and rate it

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Cpu ryzen 5 1600
Gpu zoltac geforce gtx 1660ti
RAM 2×8 GB corsair vengeance 3000 MHz
Asus Ea320m mobo
Acer KG241QP monitor
240 gig wd ssd
1 tb Seagate barracuda
Cooler Master MWE 450-Watt Power Supply
 

ConanLock

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Well going by the video I sent, I'd say you need to upgrade the GPU to something like a 1080/1080ti. However, that is only if you don't want any bottleneck, hence getting the best possible FPS. As you saw in the video, even with the setup you posted, the FPS are really good. If you don't want to spend the extra money, there is no need to get the 1080, stay with the 1660 Ti. If you do want to get a 1080, you will need at least a 500w PSU. Remember to go with a trusted brand, and for the GPU do not use power adapters, get a PSU that has all the connectors you need.
 
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I think I'll go with the 1660ti
In my country the 1080 is gonna cost around 1400 usd which is more than my current budget
 

DMAN999

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The GTX 1660 Ti is a VERY solid GPU.
Paired with your CPU you shouldn't have any issues getting 60 fps at 1080p/60Hz set at Ultra on Most current games.
I get anywhere from 85-120+ fps on current games on Ultra at 1080p with my current rig (see my signature).
 

ConanLock

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Indeed. Plus, it's going to be much more power efficient than the 1080 option, with not too much of a fall in performance, for much less of the price.
 
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So would it be better if I went with the ryzen 5 2600?

And also out of curiosity how much years do you think this Build's gonna still be a decent system?
 
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DMAN999

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I'd say you will be fine for at least the next 3 years or more.
And then you could drop in a Ryzen 3000 series CPU to get another 3 or more years of use out of it.
 

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