Help with new pc
Written by: serbfighter - 13:49 Apr-09-2018

 

Hello...need help, have a good offer for pre build pc....

1. I7 8700 + gtx 1060 16gb ram

2. I5 7600 + gtx 1070 ti 16gb ram
(Same price more or less)

3. Ryzen 1600 + gtx 1060 8gb ram
(This one is around 200€ cheaper)
Which one is best ? For gaming only on 1080p....


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i would go with the first one as you can easily ugrade your gpu in 2 or 3 years and it won´t be a bottleneck at all.

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get the ryzen cpu, 16gb of ram and the 1070ti

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Hi there, i would choose the option 2, if u want to go and play 1080p games right from the beginning. But if u can wait and save some money, then go for option 1, an then get a bigger graphicas card later.

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well if you are gaming at 1080p, I'd go for the Ryzen 5 1600 and gtx 1060.


Pure quad-core CPUs will be phased out in a couple years to the same possition dual core CPUs have been for the past couple years and AMD just confirmed Zen5(yes FIVE), so the platform should last a very long time.


The i7 8700k's platform is already outdated, since the next CPU intel releases will be on a new chipset, while the i5 7600 besides the CPU being meh, has a dead platform already and has only the i7 6700/7700k to upgrade to, which a couple years won't be good, maybe just good enough.

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And you are saving 200 euro with the Ryzen 5 PC.

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For gaming, I'd say option 2. I believe primary focus on gaming should be on GPU, not CPU. i5 is more than enough for gaming on 1080p and you will get better performance with GTX 1070 Ti than GTX 1060. I have GTX 1060 and I would recommend going with GTX 1070 Ti for better performance and better quality on graphics.

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For me personally i would go for Option 3 but since its a pre built system ask them if they can install another 8 GB of RAM and to add a normal 1070 , that way you will get better value

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I second that

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