Yeah thanks so will I get any more fps than the 1050 tiThe FX 8300 will hold back a 1660 moderately to significantly in modern CPU heavy games regardless of CPU clock speed. Still certainly a better buy than the 1060. VR tends to run at a higher resolution which will put more load on the GPU versus say a 1080p monitor however I would still expect a FX 8300 to hold back a 1660 in a lot of more recent games.
No issues there then.gigabyte GA-78LMT-usb3
Should be 60fps playable @ 1080p - medium settings, more on low with 1050Ti.Also I play games like coaster simulator gta v bio shock infinite fallout 4
Yeah I would but I have to wait awhile until I can change the board but I’m not planning on playing on the brand new titlesmy fx-8350 cant handle anything and I have a RX-570 8GB and It couldn't do vr in its wildest dreams. I'd say save up your cash and get a 3600 on a b450 board with some 3600mhz ram with 18 CAS and at least 18-22-22-42 and then get a 1660 or by that time you could snag a 2070 pretty cheap lol.
Not a true 500w. It's acually 396w on the +12v rail, which is what the bulk of your PC runs off of.my psu is kolink core series 500 watts 80 plus
thats a really smart idea, and my FPS goes down when i turn down my graphicsA graphics upgrade can't help but work.
The question is by how much.
Try this test:
Run YOUR games, but lower your resolution and eye candy.
If your FPS increases, it indicates that your cpu is strong enough to drive a better graphics configuration.
If your FPS stays the same, you are likely more cpu limited.
A totally unexpected result.thats a really smart idea, and my FPS goes down when i turn down my graphics