[SOLVED] Is this a good deal ?

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Hai guys,

Buying a new gpu and saw this deal on rx 580 in mdcomputers is this a good one ? Or shall i go with GTX 1650 Super

https://mdcomputers.in/asus-dual-rx580-o8g.html?search=Rx 580

https://mdcomputers.in/zotac-gaming-gtx-1650-super-twin-fan-zt-t16510f-10l.html?search=1650 super

Or suggest me a card under 15k INR

Thank you
RX 580 is a faster card by around 10-20fps, but it requires nearly double the power of the GTX 1650. The GTX 1650 is closer in performance to the RX 570. The GTX 1650 uses far less power than the RX 570 or 580 and could mean the difference between needing a new power supply or getting by with what you have. Before buying any new graphics card, check that you have a sufficient power supply. The GTX 1650 only needs a single 6pin PCIE cable and a 350-400watt PSU. The RX 580 requires a 550-650watt PSU and a 6+2 (8pin) PCIE cable.
 
Both the RX 580 8GB and GTX 1650 Super are about the same right now, some games AMD will perform better and some games Nvidia will perform better. The 8GB vram might make the RX 580 last longer with performance, but the GTX 1650's lower power consumption might make it last longer in durability.

Both are good choices for the money.
 
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Third-Eye

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Hai guys,

Buying a new gpu and saw this deal on rx 580 in mdcomputers is this a good one ? Or shall i go with GTX 1650 Super

https://mdcomputers.in/asus-dual-rx580-o8g.html?search=Rx 580

https://mdcomputers.in/zotac-gaming-gtx-1650-super-twin-fan-zt-t16510f-10l.html?search=1650 super

Or suggest me a card under 15k INR

Thank you
RX 580 is a faster card by around 10-20fps, but it requires nearly double the power of the GTX 1650. The GTX 1650 is closer in performance to the RX 570. The GTX 1650 uses far less power than the RX 570 or 580 and could mean the difference between needing a new power supply or getting by with what you have. Before buying any new graphics card, check that you have a sufficient power supply. The GTX 1650 only needs a single 6pin PCIE cable and a 350-400watt PSU. The RX 580 requires a 550-650watt PSU and a 6+2 (8pin) PCIE cable.
 

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RX 580 is a faster card by around 10-20fps, but it requires nearly double the power of the GTX 1650. The GTX 1650 is closer in performance to the RX 570. The GTX 1650 uses far less power than the RX 570 or 580 and could mean the difference between needing a new power supply or getting by with what you have. Before buying any new graphics card, check that you have a sufficient power supply. The GTX 1650 only needs a single 6pin PCIE cable and a 350-400watt PSU. The RX 580 requires a 550-650watt PSU and a 6+2 (8pin) PCIE cable.
I have a 550 w psu so choosing the 1650 is better ?
 

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Both the RX 580 8GB and GTX 1650 Super are about the same right now, some games AMD will perform better and some games Nvidia will perform better. The 8GB vram might make the RX 580 last longer with performance, but the GTX 1650's lower power consumption might make it last longer in durability.

Both are good choices for the money.
I have 500w supply so go for 1650 ?
 

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I have 500w supply so go for 1650 ?
You will likely have fewer issues related to power requirements with the GTX 1650 which are negated by upgrading the power supply to handle the RX 580. The resolutions these cards are capable of running won't be much higher than 1920x1080/1200 at 60fps. The only reason you would need more 4GB of vram is if you are using official high resolution textures packs or high resolution texture mods with games like Skyrim. Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC using medium-high settings uses only around 2.8-3.2GB of vram at 1920x1080.
 

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You will likely have fewer issues related to power requirements with the GTX 1650 which are negated by upgrading the power supply to handle the RX 580. The resolutions these cards are capable of running won't be much higher than 1920x1080/1200 at 60fps. The only reason you would need more 4GB of vram is if you are using official high resolution textures packs or high resolution texture mods with games like Skyrim. Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC using medium-high settings uses only around 2.8-3.2GB of vram at 1920x1080.
How about 1060 6gb does it also require more watts than a 1650 does ?
 

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How about 1060 6gb does it also require more watts than a 1650 does ?
The GTX 1060 6GB uses about 25watts more power than the 1650 and both GPUs require a single 6pin PCIE cable from the PSU. If power is your only real issue, the 1650 is probably your best choice over the RX 570/580 and probably cheaper than the 1060 6GB, unless you are getting the 1060 6GB used.
 
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Personally spealing the stock 1650 should not have existed.It's like the gtx 1050 2gb.There's no place for them.The 1650 super are a lot better buy but i reckon you don't want to fork out extra for a 1650 super so the plain one is the best bet
 
RX 580 is a faster card by around 10-20fps, but it requires nearly double the power of the GTX 1650. The GTX 1650 is closer in performance to the RX 570. The GTX 1650 uses far less power than the RX 570 or 580 and could mean the difference between needing a new power supply or getting by with what you have. Before buying any new graphics card, check that you have a sufficient power supply. The GTX 1650 only needs a single 6pin PCIE cable and a 350-400watt PSU. The RX 580 requires a 550-650watt PSU and a 6+2 (8pin) PCIE cable.
Personally spealing the stock 1650 should not have existed.It's like the gtx 1050 2gb.There's no place for them.The 1650 super are a lot better buy but i reckon you don't want to fork out extra for a 1650 super so the plain one is the best bet
Not sure why you all didn't notice he had the 1650 Super there from the beginning.
 
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Personally spealing the stock 1650 should not have existed.It's like the gtx 1050 2gb.There's no place for them.The 1650 super are a lot better buy but i reckon you don't want to fork out extra for a 1650 super so the plain one is the best bet
I have already mentioned that I want to buy the gtx 1650 super 😁
 

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It's not a totally terrible deal considering the prices on the other cards, but I would only get the 1060 6GB if the other cards are not available. The GTX 1650 Super you listed is cheaper and faster by about 10fps over the 1060 6GB, but is 10fps slower than the RX 580. The GTX 1650 or 1650 Super are the best cards to get if you don't want to replace the power supply to run the RX 580.

Not sure why you all didn't notice he had the 1650 Super there from the beginning.
I had been responding to another post about the same cards so I think I probably overlooked that it was a 1650 Super listed in the first post.
 

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It's not a totally terrible deal considering the prices on the other cards, but I would only get the 1060 6GB if the other cards are not available. The GTX 1650 Super you listed is cheaper and faster by about 10fps over the 1060 6GB, but is 10fps slower than the RX 580. The GTX 1650 or 1650 Super are the best cards to get if you don't want to replace the power supply to run the RX 580.


I had been responding to another post about the same cards so I think I probably overlooked that it was a 1650 Super listed in the first post.
Yeah I have no plan in replacing the power supply and in a dilemma 1650 super or the 1060 6gb is a GDDR6 4gb = GDDR5 8 gb?
 
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