Question What should i upgrade to in future?

MoronicBat

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So my current specs are:
I7-2600k
GTX 1060
16Gb ram ddr3
H61m-e


What cpu, gpu, ram and mb should i upgrade to in the near future? R5-3600, rtx 2060 super, 16gb ddr4 3200mhz, some b450 mb - this is what Iam thinking of, your opinion would be appreciated.
 

MoronicBat

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Purpose of the upgrade? What is your current system struggling with?
Budget?
Purpose is to make games with rtx in unreal engine 4, so i need an rtx card as a minimum. Budget is around 500$ bucks, but I'll be selling the old parts too, so it may cost me cheaper. It doesnt struggle, I mainly want an upgrade for rtx.
 
Obviously $500 is not a realistic budget for whole system upgrade. Not sure, how much you'll be able to get by selling your old system.

Get the graphics card first. It will probably be necessary to upgrade PSU too.
BTW - what is model name of your current PSU?

RTX 2060 super is a good candidate. Soon to be released RTX 3060 ti might be even better option.

Then see, how system performs and decide, if cpu/motherboard/ram upgrade is necessary also.
 

MoronicBat

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Obviously $500 is not a realistic budget for whole system upgrade. Not sure, how much you'll be able to get by selling your old system.

Get the graphics card first. It will probably be necessary to upgrade PSU too.
BTW - what is model name of your current PSU?

RTX 2060 super is a good candidate. Soon to be released RTX 3060 ti might be even better option.

Then see, how system performs and decide, if cpu/motherboard/ram upgrade is necessary also.
well if i dont upgrade everything together, then i'll be facing a bottleneck. I saw rtx 2060super for 300$ and considering the fact that i will sell my gpu, i'll be getting it for half the price.3060 ti will probably be way more expensive and kinda overkill, isnt it better than 2070? R5 3600 costs 200$, my current cpu will sell for <70$, so 130$ for it, 8x2 3200mhz - <70$ , mb <90$. 130 + 150+ 70 + 90 = 440$ considering the fact that i wont sell my current mb and 2 sticks of ram, which i will obviously do.
 

MoronicBat

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Obviously $500 is not a realistic budget for whole system upgrade. Not sure, how much you'll be able to get by selling your old system.

Get the graphics card first. It will probably be necessary to upgrade PSU too.
BTW - what is model name of your current PSU?

RTX 2060 super is a good candidate. Soon to be released RTX 3060 ti might be even better option.

Then see, how system performs and decide, if cpu/motherboard/ram upgrade is necessary also.
My current psu is deepcool dn650, I think its will be enough , if not its wont be a big deal.
 

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