[SOLVED] Is Radeon Rx570, 4 GB video card okay for new Computer built?

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Looking at Msi Radeon RX570 , 4GB, Gaming X, 256 bit , twin fans video card for new Computer Built on a Asus Tuf Gaming B550-Plus, Wi-Fi MB. with G.Skill DDr4 3600, 16 GB. ram. I see 1050 Ti video cards not recommended here. Use PC for internet, light browser games, a little video and music editing. I see Video cards going for 500 bucks for mid. range video cards on Ebay.
 

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thx for reply, Computer not builded yet, i have some parts. I have new stock piled 1gb video cards, in case a card goes out, lol
If you haven't bought the CPU and motherboard yet, then I'd forget about the GPU and get the i5-11400/11500 and a B560/H570 motherboard.

If you insist on a Ryzen 3600, then just use one of your spare 1GB GPUs. Having a bunch of VRAM and a fast GPU with 256bits memory is only useful if you play PC games, do graphics-intensive work or use software that leverages GPGPU. Otherwise, a GT710 or Intel's crappy desktop IGPs will render most Windows apps just about as fast as an RTX3090.
 

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If your gaming does not extend much beyond Candy Crush and other similar browser games, then you could go with an i5-11400/11500 and skip the GPU entirely, use the IGP at least until GPU prices come back down to Earth.
thx for reply, why 500 bucks on up for mid range video cards
 

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If your gaming does not extend much beyond Candy Crush and other similar browser games, then you could go with an i5-11400/11500 and skip the GPU entirely, use the IGP at least until GPU prices come back down to Earth.
i using AM4 Board , so might get Ryzen 3600 cpu
 

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If your gaming does not extend much beyond Candy Crush and other similar browser games, then you could go with an i5-11400/11500 and skip the GPU entirely, use the IGP at least until GPU prices come back down to Earth.
no candy crush, Soldiers inc, Sparta, Vikings clan wars, Domination, Battle pirates.
 

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i using AM4 Board , so might get Ryzen 3600 cpu
If the rest of your PC is already built, then just get the cheapest slot-filler you can find that is at least a GT710 with all the outputs you might need, GT1010/RX550 and up if you foresee a need for 4k60 support.

The GPU doesn't matter much if all you do goes little beyond rendering browser windows. If you get into more serious video editing, then a GTX1650 Super could be handy for NVEnc if your software can use it.
 

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If the rest of your PC is already built, then just get the cheapest slot-filler you can find that is at least a GT710 with all the outputs you might need, GT1010/RX550 and up if you foresee a need for 4k60 support.

The GPU doesn't matter much if all you do goes little beyond rendering browser windows. If you get into more serious video editing, then a GTX1650 Super could be handy for NVEnc if your software can use it.
the RX550 card is too much 500 bucks and up. Okay i check GT710, But looking for at least 256 bit video card with 4 GB.
 

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If the rest of your PC is already built, then just get the cheapest slot-filler you can find that is at least a GT710 with all the outputs you might need, GT1010/RX550 and up if you foresee a need for 4k60 support.

The GPU doesn't matter much if all you do goes little beyond rendering browser windows. If you get into more serious video editing, then a GTX1650 Super could be handy for NVEnc if your software can use it.
thx for reply, Computer not builded yet, i have some parts. I have new stock piled 1gb video cards, in case a card goes out, lol
 

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thx for reply, Computer not builded yet, i have some parts. I have new stock piled 1gb video cards, in case a card goes out, lol
If you haven't bought the CPU and motherboard yet, then I'd forget about the GPU and get the i5-11400/11500 and a B560/H570 motherboard.

If you insist on a Ryzen 3600, then just use one of your spare 1GB GPUs. Having a bunch of VRAM and a fast GPU with 256bits memory is only useful if you play PC games, do graphics-intensive work or use software that leverages GPGPU. Otherwise, a GT710 or Intel's crappy desktop IGPs will render most Windows apps just about as fast as an RTX3090.
 

zodz77

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If you haven't bought the CPU and motherboard yet, then I'd forget about the GPU and get the i5-11400/11500 and a B560/H570 motherboard.

If you insist on a Ryzen 3600, then just use one of your spare 1GB GPUs. Having a bunch of VRAM and a fast GPU with 256bits memory is only useful if you play PC games, do graphics-intensive work or use software that leverages GPGPU. Otherwise, a GT710 or Intel's crappy desktop IGPs will render most Windows apps just about as fast as an RTX3090.
I have the motherboard and ram. Just need Cpu, Video card, Windows 10.
 

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If you haven't bought the CPU and motherboard yet, then I'd forget about the GPU and get the i5-11400/11500 and a B560/H570 motherboard.

If you insist on a Ryzen 3600, then just use one of your spare 1GB GPUs. Having a bunch of VRAM and a fast GPU with 256bits memory is only useful if you play PC games, do graphics-intensive work or use software that leverages GPGPU. Otherwise, a GT710 or Intel's crappy desktop IGPs will render most Windows apps just about as fast as an RTX3090.
Thanks for your input, will use my brand new Sapphire Hd7770 1 GB, 128 bit , Video card.
 

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