[SOLVED] Which of these GPU's are better?

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Hi, I am going to buy a graphics card in a range of 10k to 12k INR. I have shortlisted two of these cards

https://mdcomputers.in/zotac-gtx-1060-3gb-gddr5-amp-zt-p10610e-10m.html?search=gtx 1060&category_id=0

https://mdcomputers.in/zotac-gtx-1650-oc-4gb-gddr5-zt-t16500f-10l.html?search=1650&category_id=0

Please say which of these are good to buy.

My specs are:
i3 2120 3.30ghz
500 HDD
Gigabyte MB
4gb Ram
15.5 Inch HCL Monitor.

Please add your suggestions also within 10k to 12k range. Thank you.
 
It's actually GTX 1650. I have a 500W PSU planning to upgrade to a 750W PSU would that be enough for these cards?
Hi, ok so the GTX 1650 is still slower than the 1060 3gb surprisingly... here is a review:
https://www.techspot.com/review/1835-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1650/

A 750W psu should handle any card you want to run so that won't be a problem.

The new 'GTX 1650 super' is much better than the original 1650- so if you can find a 1650 super for your budget get that.

Otherwise, a GTX 1060 3 or 6gb, or AMD RX 570 or 580 are all better options for similar money.

Edit: Here is a 1650 super review:
https://www.techspot.com/review/1945-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1650-super/

If you look at the average charts at the end you can see the 1650 super is faster than both 1060 models and the RX 570 whilst coming roughly on par with an RX 580 so it's a good option, if you can find it at a good price.
 
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Hi, I am going to buy a graphics card in a range of 10k to 12k INR. I have shortlisted two of these cards

https://mdcomputers.in/zotac-gtx-1060-3gb-gddr5-amp-zt-p10610e-10m.html?search=gtx 1060&category_id=0

https://mdcomputers.in/zotac-gtx-1650-oc-4gb-gddr5-zt-t16500f-10l.html?search=1650&category_id=0

Please say which of these are good to buy.

My specs are:
i3 2120 3.30ghz
500 HDD
Gigabyte MB
4gb Ram
15.5 Inch HCL Monitor.

Please add your suggestions also within 10k to 12k range. Thank you.
The Gtx 1060 is a much more powerful card than the 1050 (even though the 1050 has more vram the core is much much slower).

What power supply do you have? The 1060 does need an external power connector so it won't work with some budget power supplies.

Other cards worth looking at around that level are the AMD RX 570 4gb (similar performance to the 1060 3gb) and the RX 580 4gb which is a little faster than a 1060 3gb card. Note that both RX cards also need external power.
 

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The Gtx 1060 is a much more powerful card than the 1050 (even though the 1050 has more vram the core is much much slower).

What power supply do you have? The 1060 does need an external power connector so it won't work with some budget power supplies.

Other cards worth looking at around that level are the AMD RX 570 4gb (similar performance to the 1060 3gb) and the RX 580 4gb which is a little faster than a 1060 3gb card. Note that both RX cards also need external power.
It's actually GTX 1650. I have a 500W PSU planning to upgrade to a 750W PSU would that be enough for these cards?
 
It's actually GTX 1650. I have a 500W PSU planning to upgrade to a 750W PSU would that be enough for these cards?
Hi, ok so the GTX 1650 is still slower than the 1060 3gb surprisingly... here is a review:
https://www.techspot.com/review/1835-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1650/

A 750W psu should handle any card you want to run so that won't be a problem.

The new 'GTX 1650 super' is much better than the original 1650- so if you can find a 1650 super for your budget get that.

Otherwise, a GTX 1060 3 or 6gb, or AMD RX 570 or 580 are all better options for similar money.

Edit: Here is a 1650 super review:
https://www.techspot.com/review/1945-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1650-super/

If you look at the average charts at the end you can see the 1650 super is faster than both 1060 models and the RX 570 whilst coming roughly on par with an RX 580 so it's a good option, if you can find it at a good price.
 
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amalts01

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Hi, ok so the GTX 1650 is still slower than the 1060 3gb surprisingly... here is a review:
https://www.techspot.com/review/1835-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1650/

A 750W psu should handle any card you want to run so that won't be a problem.

The new 'GTX 1650 super' is much better than the original 1650- so if you can find a 1650 super for your budget get that.

Otherwise, a GTX 1060 3 or 6gb, or AMD RX 570 or 580 are all better options for similar money.

Edit: Here is a 1650 super review:
https://www.techspot.com/review/1945-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1650-super/

If you look at the average charts at the end you can see the 1650 super is faster than both 1060 models and the RX 570 whilst coming roughly on par with an RX 580 so it's a good option, if you can find it at a good price.
Thank you so much. Leaving this open for more suggestions.

Edit: 1650 is very nice but can't find one in my price range. shall i opt rx 570 or 580 or 1060 ?
 
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Thank you so much. Leaving this open for more suggestions.

Edit: 1650 is very nice but can't find one in my price range. shall i opt rx 570 or 580 or 1060 ?
Those are all good choices, depending on your budget get the fastest one you can find (as a rough guide they stack up like this: RX570 -> GTX 1060 -> RX 580 with the 580 being the fastest).
 

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I would worry more about the 4GB of system RAM, that will hold you back a lot, most games needs 8GB and some now needs 16GB, i would suggest to buy 2x4gb(total of 8gb) of ram or better 2x8gb (total of 16gb) of ram. You will buy that graphics card for nothing because you dont have enought ram to game.
 

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Thank you so much. Leaving this open for more suggestions.

Edit: 1650 is very nice but can't find one in my price range. shall i opt rx 570 or 580 or 1060 ?
I have two brands in mind Gigabyte or Zotac. I don't know which one to go with zotac offers 5 years warranty other than that I don't know which one would be better.


https://mdcomputers.in/gigabyte-gtx-1650-super-windforce-oc-4gb-gv-n165swf2oc-4gd.html?search=gtx 1650 super&category_id=0

https://mdcomputers.in/zotac-gaming-gtx-1650-super-twin-fan-zt-t16510f-10l.html?search=gtx 1650 super&category_id=0
 

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I would worry more about the 4GB of system RAM, that will hold you back a lot, most games needs 8GB and some now needs 16GB, i would suggest to buy 2x4gb(total of 8gb) of ram or better 2x8gb (total of 16gb) of ram. You will buy that graphics card for nothing because you dont have enought ram to game.
Thanks and shall i go with Corsair or any other brands ?
 
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