Question Upgrade my RX 570 to 1650Super/1660/RX 590?

Dec 13, 2019
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Hey guys I’m looking to do something nice for myself for the upcoming holidays. I’m relatively new to PC building and ever since I got my first build in April of this year, I’ve been enjoying it a lot. I’m havin trouble deciding on a good upgrade for Christmas.

right now my build looks like this:
Ryzen 3 2200G
MSi Twin Frozr II RX 570 GPU
8GB Corsair Vengeance RAM
Thermaltake 500W Power
MSi B350M Motherboard

I like gaming so I want to get an upgraded experience but don’t want to spend too much, so I chose the newly released 1650 Super (heard there is also a better 1660 variant in this tier that I wanted to choose instead) and the RX 590. Which one is better? The processors I’m considering are the Ryzen 5 line (help me choose one!). I don’t know much about which intel CPU would work good as an upgrade in my current build so if you know any I appreciate anything!

will I also need to upgrade my motherboard if I chose to upgrade both my CPU and GPU? Which motherboards will be good in this setup?

to top it all of, is it recommended to use a cooler? Cooling is probably the category I’m least educated on as when I initially bought my build, it had no cooler and I haven’t bothered to ever get one.

thanks in advance!
 

Eximo

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CPU is still relatively good. GPU upgrade would be somewhat minor without spending more. Which is your best path to better gaming performance, you can conceivably run anything up to a RTX2070 Super or 5700XT without much trouble, might have to take a closer look at the power supply, Thermaltake isn't well known for having good low end products.

You can't switch to Intel without changing out the motherboard, and to get a CPU better than what you have, would set you back around $250, let alone a motherboard.

But before you do any of that, you have to establish a goal. What resolution and FPS output are you wanting in what game?
 

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