Question looking to upgrade parts but need advice

brandonlm

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I currently have a 1660 ti and a ryzen 2600 and i'm currently unable to run warzone without dropping below 60 frames even on very low settings. I have a budget of 600-700, and am thinking of buying a 1080 ti but i'm afraid of bottleneck. Any advice on what I should upgrade would be so much appreciated. would spend a little more if something is worth it. Thank you!
 
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As far as i'm aware, no, the Ryzen 2600 will not be a bottleneck to a 1080ti. Approx. 0.67% bottleneck. In fact, you might be able to pick up an RTX 2060. Approx. 1.64% bottleneck. The only thing you should pay attention to is your PSU, make sure the GPU you may want to pick up wont go over your PSUs wattage.
 

brandonlm

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As far as i'm aware, no, the Ryzen 2600 will not be a bottleneck to a 1080ti. Approx. 0.67% bottleneck. In fact, you might be able to pick up an RTX 2060. Approx. 1.64% bottleneck. The only thing you should pay attention to is your PSU, make sure the GPU you may want to pick up wont go over your PSUs wattage.
do you think it would be better to buy split the budget between a new gpu AND cpu or just get the 1080? just looking to play games on higher settings and higher frames atm, since im unable to run warzone even on low settings. Thank you for the response.
 
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do you think it would be better to buy split the budget between a new gpu AND cpu or just get the 1080? just looking to play games on higher settings and higher frames atm, since im unable to run warzone even on low settings. Thank you for the response.
I don't think you need a new CPU, 2nd gen Ryzen is still good in 2020, just the 1080ti (note that the 1000 series Nvidia GPUs don't support RTX.)
 

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