Question i5-7500 for suitable graphic card

Jan 28, 2020
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sorry for my bad english..
hey i have planing buy a graphic card,

here is my pc specification

i5-7500
gigabyte b8 gaming
8gb ddr 2400mhz
thermaltake 500w 80+

i want to buy graphic card so i researched some graphic card here is i got list

amd rx580 8gb
nvidia 1060 ,1650 super, 1660 super 6gb

i tested pc bottleneck on some websites

can you suggest what graphic card should i buy?
 
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sorry for my bad english..
hey i have planing buy a graphic card,

here is my pc specification

i5-7500
gigabyte b8 gaming
8gb ddr 2400mhz
thermaltake 500w 80+

i want to buy graphic card so i researched some graphic card here is i got list

amd rx580 8gb
nvidia 1060 ,1650 super, 1660 super 6gb

i tested pc bottleneck on some websites

can you suggest what graphic card should i buy?
The 1660 Super is a very good card, you're going to get the best bang for your buck from it compared to the other cards, which are older.

Also, I wouldn't recommend getting that power supply. I would get a Corsair CX550/CX550M.
 

ceriumin

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sorry for my bad english..
hey i have planing buy a graphic card,

here is my pc specification

i5-7500
gigabyte b8 gaming
8gb ddr 2400mhz
thermaltake 500w 80+

i want to buy graphic card so i researched some graphic card here is i got list

amd rx580 8gb
nvidia 1060 ,1650 super, 1660 super 6gb

i tested pc bottleneck on some websites

can you suggest what graphic card should i buy?
Depending on your budget, the best card out of the list is the 1660 super. It is probably one of the best value cards on the market. I am buying a 1660ti for the same price as the 1660 super which might be a good option to you. If the 1660 super isn't in your budget, get a RX580 as its the next best thing. Forget about the 1060, nowadays it is a bad value card.
 
Jan 28, 2020
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The 1660 Super is a very good card, you're going to get the best bang for your buck from it compared to the other cards, which are older.

Also, I wouldn't recommend getting that power supply. I would get a Corsair CX550/CX550M.

thanx for comment, but i tested bottleneck it say "
Average bottleneck percentage: 30.9%" and they say my processor is weak to this graphic card, what do you think

here is link i tasted

https://pc-builds.com/calculator/Core_i5-7500/GeForce_GTX_1660/0KW13wlu/8/
 
Jan 28, 2020
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Depending on your budget, the best card out of the list is the 1660 super. It is probably one of the best value cards on the market. I am buying a 1660ti for the same price as the 1660 super which might be a good option to you. If the 1660 super isn't in your budget, get a RX580 as its the next best thing. Forget about the 1060, nowadays it is a bad value card.



thanx for comment, but i tested bottleneck it say "
Average bottleneck percentage: 30.9%" and they say my processor is weak to this graphic card, what do you think

here is link i tasted

https://pc-builds.com/calculator/Core_i5-7500/GeForce_GTX_1660/0KW13wlu/8/
 
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ceriumin

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is this your pc specifications?? so you playing games like this specification without no problem? so you say dont think about bottleneck,, just buy what i like graphic card?
In your case the cpu is quite powerful. Don't worry about bottlenecking. Like mentioned, never use a bottleneck calculator as it is extremely inaccurate. The CPU will handle as much as a GTX1070ti until you see a bottleneck. His specs are very powerful and his CPU is very powerful for his setup therefore will go with any card without a bottleneck. Since my cpu is a Ryzen 5 2600, I don't think about bottlenecking as my cpu is semi-powerful and can handle alot of powerful cards, even up to a RTX2080ti without any complaints.
 
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In your case the cpu is quite powerful. Don't worry about bottlenecking. Like mentioned, never use a bottleneck calculator as it is extremely inaccurate. The CPU will handle as much as a GTX1070ti until you see a bottleneck. His specs are very powerful and his CPU is very powerful for his setup therefore will go with any card without a bottleneck. Since my cpu is a Ryzen 5 2600, I don't think about bottlenecking as my cpu is semi-powerful and can handle alot of powerful cards, even up to a RTX2080ti without any complaints.

ok thankx
 

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