[SOLVED] Ryzen 3 1300x vs ryzen 5 1600 for a320m

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Hi I am planing to buy new PC for gaming purpose I want to pair it with 1060 6gb and another choice is there rx 580 so which combo would be great plz help me I want to play AAA titles and a bit streaming

so the question is rx 580 8gb or 1060 6gb and ryzen 5 1600 or ryzen 3 1300x with a320m mobo.
How much ram would be great and Of which frequency?



Thank you :)
 

Phaaze88

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Same price, huh?
Ok, what's the make and model of your power supply? This is important because out of the 3, the RX 580 has the highest power consumption and would not make for a good pairing with cheap, low quality psus; it would be more likely to cause 'problems'.
RX 580: 185w
1650 Super: 100w
1060: 120w
^Those are just for the reference models. Most of the vendor models run above those specs.
If you want to avoid spending more on a new psu for some reason, then one of the 2 GTX cards would be a better investment.
 

puw2

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Ryzen 5 1600, 16GB 8x2 kit @ 3000-3200MHz

Between the choices of 1060 and 580, they're pretty similar cards when it comes to performance. I'd say just go with which one you get cheaper
 
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Ryzen 5 1600, 16GB 8x2 kit @ 3000-3200MHz

Between the choices of 1060 and 580, they're pretty similar cards when it comes to performance. I'd say just go with which one you get cheaper
What’s about monitors is 75hz monitor will good enough?
 

puw2

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What’s about monitors is 75hz monitor will good enough?
If you dont feel the need to upgrade to 144Hz you can always do it later it is not an neccessary upgrade.
It'll bring you minor advantages in games like CSGO where your pc can actually hit over 144FPS constantly.
 

Phaaze88

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Same price, huh?
Ok, what's the make and model of your power supply? This is important because out of the 3, the RX 580 has the highest power consumption and would not make for a good pairing with cheap, low quality psus; it would be more likely to cause 'problems'.
RX 580: 185w
1650 Super: 100w
1060: 120w
^Those are just for the reference models. Most of the vendor models run above those specs.
If you want to avoid spending more on a new psu for some reason, then one of the 2 GTX cards would be a better investment.
 
Feb 29, 2020
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Same price, huh?
Ok, what's the make and model of your power supply? This is important because out of the 3, the RX 580 has the highest power consumption and would not make for a good pairing with cheap, low quality psus; it would be more likely to cause 'problems'.
RX 580: 185w
1650 Super: 100w
1060: 120w
^Those are just for the reference models. Most of the vendor models run above those specs.
If you want to avoid spending more on a new psu for some reason, then one of the 2 GTX cards would be a better investment.
But will it reduce FPS?? And there is also one question I have I am getting three types of monitor
  1. With 75hz refresh rate ips panel 5ms
  2. 1ms,TN panel and 75 refresh rate
  3. 1ms ,VA panel and 75 refresh rate
so which one should be great for gaming and to watch Netflix etc.
 

puw2

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But will it reduce FPS?? And there is also one question I have I am getting three types of monitor
  1. With 75hz refresh rate ips panel 5ms
  2. 1ms,TN panel and 75 refresh rate
  3. 1ms ,VA panel and 75 refresh rate
so which one should be great for gaming and to watch Netflix etc.
The third option is the best if you are planning on doing both, gaming and watching movies.
 

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