Question Is a ryzen3 - 2200G is powerful enough to handle a gtx 1660 ?

WildCard999

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Depends on the game/resolution but I would think a overclocked 2200G (3.8ghz+) would pair fine with either 1060/1660 6gb for 1080P or medium-lowish settings @1440P.

To answer your question exactly someone would need to do a bit of testing.

FWIW there's always some sort of "bottleneck" in your system, be it the CPU, GPU, memory, HDD, etc.
 
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cdrkf

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Want to know if the ryzen 3- 2200G can bottleneck the gtx 1060 or a gtx 1660 6GB versions .
There is a good vid on this subject by Hardware Unboxed (Tech Spot):
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZoSWkyyDNE


It does depend on the game, however looking at that 2200g will hold back a 1660ti in quite a few titles. They suggest the 2600 is the sweet spot to max out most graphics cards.
 
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Depends on the game/resolution but I would think a overclocked 2200G (3.8ghz+) would pair fine with either 1060/1660 6gb for 1080P or medium-lowish settings @1440P.

To answer your question exactly someone would need to do a bit of testing.

FWIW there's always some sort of "bottleneck" in your system, be it the CPU, GPU, memory, HDD, etc.
Thanks !
 
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Depends on the game/resolution but I would think a overclocked 2200G (3.8ghz+) would pair fine with either 1060/1660 6gb for 1080P or medium-lowish settings @1440P.

To answer your question exactly someone would need to do a bit of testing.

FWIW there's always some sort of "bottleneck" in your system, be it the CPU, GPU, memory, HDD, etc.
Thanks!
 
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Your welcome!

As cdrkf stated 4 cores is kind of lacking nowadays so I would consider a upgrade eventually. The price of the 1600/1700 has dropped quite a bit or the 3300 (when it's released) for around $100 would be a good choice as you'll gain 2C/4T and a much higher boost clock speed.
I'll consider that !👍
 

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