[SOLVED] MSI vs Gigabyte

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I'm going to buy one of these graphics card next week so I wanted to know which of them is better the MSI GTX1050Ti - Gaming X - Dual Fan - PCI-E Graphics Card (4GB GDDR5, 1493 MHz/1379 MHz/7108 MHz (OC Model) or the Gigabyte Radeon RX570 4GB GDDR5 PCI-E Graphics Card ??
 
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I'm also getting a new Power supply soon any suggestions with which I should go with? I have i5 7400 7th gen, 16 gb ddr4 corsair vengeance ram and will be getting a rx570 or a 1050ti next week
https://www.amazon.in/Sapphire-Radeon-PCI-Express-Processors-OverClock/dp/B071D97Y92/ref=sr_1_10?keywords=rx+570&qid=1561966154&s=computers&sr=1-10
Is this the one you were talking about?
That GPU looks good. You'll need a quality 550W PSU.

The Antec is better and is semi-modular, but the Corsair would be fine:

 
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I'd look at the GTX1060 since it draws less power than the RX570. What is the make and model of your current PSU?
Don't you worry about the PSU I will be getting a new one soon but I don't want to put a 1060 in my gigabyte h110m-s2-cf motherboard because it might not be able to handle it properly so I wanted to go with a 4 gb graphics card and which power supply should I go with the 550W one? btw which one is better overall the 1050ti OC edition or the rx570
 
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Which one should I go with then? which is cheaper than the sapphire version and better than the gigabyte version? and does the rx570 has overheating issues?
 
Which one should I go with then? which is cheaper than the sapphire version and better than the gigabyte version? and does the rx570 has overheating issues?
No, the 570 does not have overheating issues to my knowledge. Just read the reviews (professional plus Amazon ,Newegg) of any double fan model that you are interested in. Most of the others seem pretty good.

You never told us the make and model of your PSU.
 
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No, the 570 does not have overheating issues to my knowledge. Just read the reviews (professional plus Amazon ,Newegg) of any double fan model that you are interested in. Most of the others seem pretty good.

You never told us the make and model of your PSU.
I'm also getting a new Power supply soon any suggestions with which I should go with? I have i5 7400 7th gen, 16 gb ddr4 corsair vengeance ram and will be getting a rx570 or a 1050ti next week
https://www.amazon.in/Sapphire-Radeon-PCI-Express-Processors-OverClock/dp/B071D97Y92/ref=sr_1_10?keywords=rx+570&qid=1561966154&s=computers&sr=1-10
Is this the one you were talking about?
 
I'm also getting a new Power supply soon any suggestions with which I should go with? I have i5 7400 7th gen, 16 gb ddr4 corsair vengeance ram and will be getting a rx570 or a 1050ti next week
https://www.amazon.in/Sapphire-Radeon-PCI-Express-Processors-OverClock/dp/B071D97Y92/ref=sr_1_10?keywords=rx+570&qid=1561966154&s=computers&sr=1-10
Is this the one you were talking about?
That GPU looks good. You'll need a quality 550W PSU.

The Antec is better and is semi-modular, but the Corsair would be fine:

 
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That GPU looks good. You'll need a quality 550W PSU.

The Antec is better and is semi-modular, but the Corsair would be fine:

Should I go with the rx580 4gb sapphire pulse one? because the rx570 and the rx580 has only 10 US dollar difference in price.
Will it work fine on my motherboard? will it consume more power? (Motherboard : gigabyte h110m-s2-cf) and is the GTX 1060-6 GB relevant nowadays?

https://www.amazon.in/Sapphire-11265-09-20G-Radeon-Backplate-Graphics/dp/B071CPJZSX/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=sapphire+rx+580+pulse&qid=1562139811&s=gateway&sr=8-5
 
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Should I go with the rx580 4gb sapphire pulse one? because the rx570 and the rx580 has only 10 US dollar difference in price.
Will it work fine on my motherboard? will it consume more power? (Motherboard : gigabyte h110m-s2-cf) and is the GTX 1060-6 GB relevant nowadays?

https://www.amazon.in/Sapphire-11265-09-20G-Radeon-Backplate-Graphics/dp/B071CPJZSX/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=sapphire+rx+580+pulse&qid=1562139811&s=gateway&sr=8-5
I think the RX 570 can be overclocked to equal the RX 580, so you could go either way. Overclocking may affect the warranty, though. The GTX 1060 6GB is between the 570 and the 580, but uses less power, so it may be a good choice if cooling will be a problem. The extra VRAM of the 580 and 1060 6GB may have some future proofing over the 4GB of the 570, so it's probably worthwhile to spend a little extra to get one of these. The MB doesn't matter. The PSU's above will easily handle any of these cards.
 
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I think the RX 570 can be overclocked to equal the RX 580, so you could go either way. Overclocking may affect the warranty, though. The GTX 1060 6GB is between the 570 and the 580, but uses less power, so it may be a good choice if cooling will be a problem. The extra VRAM of the 580 and 1060 6GB may have some future proofing over the 4GB of the 570, so it's probably worthwhile to spend a little extra to get one of these. The MB doesn't matter. The PSU's above will easily handle any of these cards.
I might just go with the Rx580-4gb sapphire pulse or the Gtx 1060-6gb because they both are in the same range as the 570 , just wanted to know if my motherboard will be able to handle the Gtx 1060 and the rx580 btw thanks for all the help

https://www.amazon.in/GeForce-GDDR5X-192-bit-Graphics-ZT-P10620C-10M/dp/B07M8FTX44/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=gtx+1060&qid=1562235211&s=gateway&sr=8-2

https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B071CPJZSX/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_3?smid=A1XJ4Z9IMWJ4DD&psc=1
 
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I might just go with the Rx580-4gb sapphire pulse or the Gtx 1060-6gb because they both are in the same range as the 570 , just wanted to know if my motherboard will be able to handle the Gtx 1060 and the rx580 btw thanks for all the help

https://www.amazon.in/GeForce-GDDR5X-192-bit-Graphics-ZT-P10620C-10M/dp/B07M8FTX44/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=gtx+1060&qid=1562235211&s=gateway&sr=8-2

https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B071CPJZSX/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_3?smid=A1XJ4Z9IMWJ4DD&psc=1
Yes, your motherboard will be fine. As I stated, it really depends on the PSU, not the MB. If possible, I would get the GTX 1060 due to the 6GB of VRAM.
 
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Yes, your motherboard will be fine. As I stated, it really depends on the PSU, not the MB. If possible, I would get the GTX 1060 due to the 6GB of VRAM.
I will try to get the GTX 1060 if the budget allows stuff is overpriced here lol remember I was just trying to choose one from the 1050ti and gigabyte rx570 at the start. If I make my mind which 1060 should I go with there are so many variants also I can't find a in-depth comparison of the rx580 4gb and the gtx 1060 online and the ones that did compare the 4GB one to the 1060 6GB were inconclusive
 
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I will try to get the GTX 1060 if the budget allows stuff is overpriced here lol remember I was just trying to choose one from the 1050ti and gigabyte rx570 at the start. If I make my mind which 1060 should I go with there are so many variants also I can't find a in-depth comparison of the rx580 4gb and the gtx 1060 online and the ones that did compare the 4GB one to the 1060 6GB were inconclusive
I don't know that you will see any difference between 4GB and 6GB currently. It's mostly for "future proofing." The newer games are starting to benefit from more VRAM and that trend is expected to continue. You can run them at lower quality settings, though. The RX 570 is an excellent value and like I said, I think it can be overclocked to RX 580 levels. That Sapphire RX 570 looks very nice!

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I don't know that you will see any difference between 4GB and 6GB currently. It's mostly for "future proofing." The newer games are starting to benefit from more VRAM and that trend is expected to continue. You can run them at lower quality settings, though. The RX 570 is an excellent value and like I said, I think it can be overclocked to RX 580 levels. That Sapphire RX 570 looks very nice!

[URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTyFD3BkRSo[/URL]"]www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTyFD3BkRSo[/URL]
Okay I have made my mind and I'm going to get the 1060-6gb ;p
https://www.amazon.in/GeForce-GDDR5X-192-bit-Graphics-ZT-P10620C-10M/dp/B07M8FTX44/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=gtx+1060+ti&qid=1562703170&s=gateway&sr=8-3
Is this one good? or should I look for other versions of the 1060s
 
Okay I have made my mind and I'm going to get the 1060-6gb ;p
https://www.amazon.in/GeForce-GDDR5X-192-bit-Graphics-ZT-P10620C-10M/dp/B07M8FTX44/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=gtx+1060+ti&qid=1562703170&s=gateway&sr=8-3
Is this one good? or should I look for other versions of the 1060s
Zotac (Zotac ZT-P10620A-10M ) is so much less expensive than any of the other 1060-6GB cards in the US it certainly warrants consideration. Reviews are mixed however. You'll have to decide for yourself. I don't know what other choices you have in your price range.
 
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Zotac (Zotac ZT-P10620A-10M ) is so much less expensive than any of the other 1060-6GB cards in the US it certainly warrants consideration. Reviews are mixed however. You'll have to decide for yourself. I don't know what other choices you have in your price range.
Just recommend me some good gtx 1060-6GBs I will check if they are available here or not and should I get the modular or non-modular PSU? and will my i5 7400 7th gen will cause bottleneck with the GPU? btw the Zotac (Zotac ZT-P10620A-10M) is 255 US dollars here on amazon

Is this one any good?
https://www.newegg.com/global/in-en/zotac-geforce-gtx-1060-zt-p10600b-10m/p/N82E16814500403
 
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Just recommend me some good gtx 1060-6GBs I will check if they are available here or not and should I get the modular or non-modular PSU? and will my i5 7400 7th gen will cause bottleneck with the GPU? btw the Zotac (Zotac ZT-P10620A-10M) is 255 US dollars here on amazon

Is this one any good?
https://www.newegg.com/global/in-en/zotac-geforce-gtx-1060-zt-p10600b-10m/p/N82E16814500403
This MSI gets nice reviews:

https://in.pcpartpicker.com/product/TrGj4D/msi-geforce-gtx-1060-6gb-6gb-gt-ocv1-video-card-geforce-gtx-1060-6gt-ocv1

I would get the Antec PSU if it's in budget.
 
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Yes, that Corsair PSU is fine.
Okay I got the power supply one last question Should I get the GTX 1660/GTX 1660 ti or the GTX 1060-6gb I won't bother you again ( Cause I just checked Newegg and the stuff is a lot cheaper compared to my country's Amazon )
Processor : Intel i5 7400 7th gen, Mobo: Gigabyte h110m-s2-cf
PSU : Corsair CX CP-9020103-NA Semi-Modular 80 Plus Bronze 650W Power Supply Unit (Black)
(I don't want bottenecks if the 1660/1660ti will create botteneck issues then I'm just fine with the 1060-6gb) Thanks!
 
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