Question Is Ryzen 7 2700 and GTX 1050 TI good or bad?

dorsai

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It depends entirely on what you'll use it for.

The 2700 is an excellent processor for all around use including gaming while the 1050ti is a decent mid level card for 1080p gaming that will require some settings to be turned down on recent games if you want good frame rates.

If gaming is your primary goal for the PC I would suggest going with the 2600 and moving up to the 1060ti if possible to improve frame rates in game.

If some gaming and desktop work like video editing or photo editing is your goal then the setup you have is fine.
 
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DMAN999

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I have a Ryzen 2600 OC'd to 4 GHz and a 1660 Ti and I get anywhere from 85 to 120+ fps in current games set to Ultra at 1080p/60Hz.
I did have a 1060 3 GB card but it would only get 60 fps in the same games set to medium.
The 1050 Ti will probably only get you around 30 fps on current games set at meadium.
 
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It depends entirely on what you'll use it for.

The 2700 is an excellent processor for all around use including gaming while the 1050ti is a decent mid level card for 1080p gaming that will require some settings to be turned down on recent games if you want good frame rates.

If gaming is your primary goal for the PC I would suggest going with the 2600 and moving up to the 1060ti if possible to improve frame rates in game.

If some gaming and desktop work like video editing or photo editing is your goal then the setup you have is fine.
I have a ryzen 3 1300x and 1050 ti. Sometimes I experience frame drop when I stream csgo so I think maybe if I change my cpu to a much better cpu my problem will be solved. Changing my gpu is hard for me cause they're expensive. I can afford ryzen 5 2600x and may I'll also upgrade to 1060 some other time. Thanks anyway :)
 

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