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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-21-2019, 02:47 PM - Thread Starter
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RX 580 to 5700 XT

I'm still rocking the i3570k running at 4.4ghz.

I'm planning on upgrading to ryzen 3000 soon, but for now my 3570k will have to do.

Gaming at 2560x1440 144hz.

How much performance increase should I expect going from rx 580 8gb to the 5700xt? Am I too cpu bottlenecked?

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These are using high powered CPUs though.

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It's nearly 2x performance.


RX 570 x 2 = RX VEGA 56 and these Navi cards perform at least as well as Vega cards


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It's nearly 2x performance.


RX 570 x 2 = RX VEGA 56 and these Navi cards perform at least as well as Vega cards


https://www.techpowerup.com/review/p...-devil/28.html
Even with my cpu?

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I don't think you'll feel bottlenecked too hard at 1440p, that res is still pretty demanding on a GPU. Now, you might feel the pinch when reaching for over 100 frames, but I'm sure you'll do well at 60-90, depending on the title.

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Quote: Originally Posted by homestyle View Post
Even with my cpu?

intel i3570k @ 4.4ghz
. If you are currently using 100% CPU in games, a better GPU can make your games prettier but not raise your FPS. At 1080p ultra no difference. 1440p maybe higher fps depending on cpu usage with current card. 4k Def FPS increase.



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a 3570k is a quad core many games will just perform worse due to lower core/thread count, so get an Ryzen 3600 or i7 9700k if possible, even an i7 lga1155 wont cut it
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You are much more GPU bound at 1440p than CPU bound. If your playing 1080p that's a different scenario. If you planning to get better frames at this moment to save towards a replacement system, you will be very well off on a 5700xt as a worth upgrade if your playing 1440p. Yeah you will be CPU bottlenecked in alot of newer titles but you will still have a very large fps gain with the new GPU. Newer CPU will not provide that much of a gain compared to the GPU. I would go the 5700xt route my friend
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Quote: Originally Posted by PontiacGTX View Post
an i7 lga1155 wont cut it
Really?

I had an i7-2600k with dual 1070s, I mean, I'm sure there was a bottleneck to some degree but only slight if at all.

I'd suggest OP has two options - if they want to save money, they can slot in the best 1155 i7, which is probably 2700k Sandy or 3770k Ivy. But ultimately, better to spend a little extra and futureproof. Personally I switched to Ryzen 7 1700. I bought new but it would make a decent used option for the price.

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