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Will my current rig bottleneck a GTX 1660
Mick
Nowra, New South Wales
7 posts
Haven't gamed in quite a few years now. Looking to do a bit of casual gaming. My current setup:

Ryzen 1700
32GB 2133MHz
RX 560
1TB 960 Evo M.2

I'm thinking of upgrading to a GTX 1660 or maybe even a 1660 Ti. Would my current CPU/RAM bottleneck the new GPU? I'm hoping to not have to upgrade these at this time.

Cheers.
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KostaAndreadis
Melbourne, Victoria
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That's still a fairly good setup... 1700 is fine for modern games... RAM speed is a little low and may affect FPS slightly but otherwise nope, 1660 will be fine for that hardware...
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Mick
Nowra, New South Wales
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Ok, great. That will save me some money for now. Thanks for that!
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