Core i5-2500K vs Core i5-3570K vs Core i5-4670K vs Core i5-6600K vs Core i5-7600K vs Core i5-8600K vs Core i5-9600K vs Core i5-10600K Bottleneck: RTX 2080 Ti Analysis

Core i5-2500K

Mid-range Desktop processor released in 2010 with 4 cores and 4 threads. With base clock at 3.3GHz, max speed at 3.7GHz, and a 95W power rating. Core i5-2500K is based on the Sandy Bridge 32nm family and part of the Core i5 series.

Core i5-3570K

Mid-range Desktop processor released in 2012 with 4 cores and 4 threads. With base clock at 3.4GHz, max speed at 3.8GHz, and a 77W power rating. Core i5-3570K is based on the Ivy Bridge 22nm family and part of the Core i5 series.

Core i5-4670K

Mid-range Desktop processor released in 2013 with 4 cores and 4 threads. With base clock at 3.4GHz, max speed at 3.8GHz, and a 84W power rating. Core i5-4670K is based on the Haswell 22nm family and part of the Core i5 series.

Core i5-6600K

Mid-range Desktop processor released in 2015 with 4 cores and 4 threads. With base clock at 3.5GHz, max speed at 3.9GHz, and a 91W power rating. Core i5-6600K is based on the Skylake-S 14nm family and part of the Core i5 series.

Core i5-7600K

Mid-range Desktop processor released in 2017 with 4 cores and 4 threads. With base clock at 3.8GHz, max speed at 4.2GHz, and a 91W power rating. Core i5-7600K is based on the Kaby Lake-S 14nm family and part of the Core i5 series.

Core i5-8600K

Mid-range Desktop processor released in 2017 with 6 cores and 6 threads. With base clock at 3.6GHz, max speed at 4.3GHz, and a 95W power rating. Core i5-8600K is based on the Coffee Lake 14nm family and part of the Core i5 series.

Core i5-9600K

Mid-range Desktop processor released in 2018 with 6 cores and 6 threads. With base clock at 3.7GHz, max speed at 4.6GHz, and a 95W power rating. Core i5-9600K is based on the Coffee Lake Refresh 14nm family and part of the Core i5 series.

Core i5-10600K

Mid-range Desktop processor released in 2020 with 6 cores and 12 threads. With base clock at 4.1GHz, max speed at 4.8GHz, and a 125W power rating. Core i5-10600K is based on the Comet Lake 14nm family and part of the Core i5 series.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti - 1080p Bottleneck Analysis

Bottleneck depends on many factors, which include: the cpu, the gpu, and the game. Bottleneck Summary of Core i5-2500K vs Core i5-3570K vs Core i5-4670K vs Core i5-6600K vs Core i5-7600K vs Core i5-8600K vs Core i5-9600K vs Core i5-10600K Bottleneck: RTX 2080 Ti Analysis based on the benchmark of6 games at 1080p using NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti:

CPU Average Bottleneck (Lower is better)
Intel Core i5-2500K 50.1%
Intel Core i5-3570K 47.8%
Intel Core i5-4670K 46.3%
Intel Core i5-6600K 37%
Intel Core i5-7600K 31.9%
Intel Core i5-8600K 22.1%
Intel Core i5-9600K 21.6%
Intel Core i5-10600K 13.3%

Grand Theft Auto V - 1080p

Core i5-2500K vs Core i5-3570K vs Core i5-4670K vs Core i5-6600K vs Core i5-7600K vs Core i5-8600K vs Core i5-9600K vs Core i5-10600K Grand Theft Auto V - 1080p - RTX 2080 Ti FPS
Core i5-2500K vs Core i5-3570K vs Core i5-4670K vs Core i5-6600K vs Core i5-7600K vs Core i5-8600K vs Core i5-9600K vs Core i5-10600K Grand Theft Auto V - 1080p - RTX 2080 Ti FPS

Shadow of the Tomb Raider - 1080p

Core i5-2500K vs Core i5-3570K vs Core i5-4670K vs Core i5-6600K vs Core i5-7600K vs Core i5-8600K vs Core i5-9600K vs Core i5-10600K Shadow of the Tomb Raider - 1080p - RTX 2080 Ti FPS
Core i5-2500K vs Core i5-3570K vs Core i5-4670K vs Core i5-6600K vs Core i5-7600K vs Core i5-8600K vs Core i5-9600K vs Core i5-10600K Shadow of the Tomb Raider - 1080p - RTX 2080 Ti FPS

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds - 1080p

Core i5-2500K vs Core i5-3570K vs Core i5-4670K vs Core i5-6600K vs Core i5-7600K vs Core i5-8600K vs Core i5-9600K vs Core i5-10600K PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds - 1080p - RTX 2080 Ti FPS
Core i5-2500K vs Core i5-3570K vs Core i5-4670K vs Core i5-6600K vs Core i5-7600K vs Core i5-8600K vs Core i5-9600K vs Core i5-10600K PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds - 1080p - RTX 2080 Ti FPS

Forza Horizon 4 - 1080p

Core i5-2500K vs Core i5-3570K vs Core i5-4670K vs Core i5-6600K vs Core i5-7600K vs Core i5-8600K vs Core i5-9600K vs Core i5-10600K Forza Horizon 4 - 1080p - RTX 2080 Ti FPS
Core i5-2500K vs Core i5-3570K vs Core i5-4670K vs Core i5-6600K vs Core i5-7600K vs Core i5-8600K vs Core i5-9600K vs Core i5-10600K Forza Horizon 4 - 1080p - RTX 2080 Ti FPS

Apex Legends - 1080p

Core i5-2500K vs Core i5-3570K vs Core i5-4670K vs Core i5-6600K vs Core i5-7600K vs Core i5-8600K vs Core i5-9600K vs Core i5-10600K Apex Legends - 1080p - RTX 2080 Ti FPS
Core i5-2500K vs Core i5-3570K vs Core i5-4670K vs Core i5-6600K vs Core i5-7600K vs Core i5-8600K vs Core i5-9600K vs Core i5-10600K Apex Legends - 1080p - RTX 2080 Ti FPS

Battlefield V - 1080p

Core i5-2500K vs Core i5-3570K vs Core i5-4670K vs Core i5-6600K vs Core i5-7600K vs Core i5-8600K vs Core i5-9600K vs Core i5-10600K Battlefield V - 1080p - RTX 2080 Ti FPS
Core i5-2500K vs Core i5-3570K vs Core i5-4670K vs Core i5-6600K vs Core i5-7600K vs Core i5-8600K vs Core i5-9600K vs Core i5-10600K Battlefield V - 1080p - RTX 2080 Ti FPS

In an ideal world what we want to see is a nice slim 'fuzzy' line stretching from one end on the chart to the other. What we do not want to see are 'spikes'. This spikes are delays in frame time rendering and are where stuttering will occur if they go above a given threshold.

Random, thin spikes are not too much of an issue however should there be a block of spikes in close proximity to one another, especially if these spike jump quite high will likely be noticeable and interpreted as 'stutter'.

Using Frame Time Analysis as a means of measuring GPU performance is clearly a valuable tool. So much so that some would say it should replace the frames per second method of measuring performance. We would tend to agree because as previously stated, it is little point in having a GPU that can produce stupidly high framerates if the end product results in choppy gameplay. For gamers, frame time latency is clearly the better measurement as it is what 'gaming experience can be measured upon'.

Sure, a frametime graph can show you which is the faster card simply by it's length and thus the number of frames rendered over a given period but to get an accurate figure you would also have to calculate this yourself to gain an accurate, by the second average FPS figure. It's no good saying an entry level card has excellent frame time latency and then comparing it to a much faster (FPS) card which has a slower latency. IF both cards are below your own perceived level then you would obviously go with the faster card.

Related Discussions and Issues

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simpleman1234567890 May 01, 2020

Would a i5-2500k bottleneck a rtx 3060?

I have 8gb ram and a 2500k in my back up pc. It has an rx 550 right now and its not good for 1080p gaming. Looking to upgrade to the rtx 3060 this year

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TRL18 April 23, 2020

I’m pretty sure it will bottleneck the shit out of it

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Ilya_Boris June 01, 2020

Will an i-5 2500k clocked at 4.2-4.5ghz bottleneck a 1060 3gb?

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Diddyant May 11, 2020

Your actually still cpu bottlenecked at around 9% loss, in comparison, without the overclock your at a 18%. Your cpu is extremely outdated.

Remember its not all about the easy to see numbers. Even though your running at 4.5ghz, a new chip running at 3.7ghz will be significantly better.

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Ilya_Boris May 08, 2020

Then what sub $40-$50 cpu do you recommend? I live in Russia and the cpus that get sold locally are overpriced, so it's better if I buy it online.

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Initialised May 11, 2020

In gams that scale well for 6 or more cores yes it will. I saw this quite starkly in Apex going from a quad core i7 920 to a six core Xeon.

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DangerousDogo June 26, 2020

i5 2500K GTX Titan bottleneck

Hi, I was wondering if a i5 2500k would present a bottleneck when paired with an original GTX Titan. As long as the bottleneck isn’t too bad it’s fine. If someone could help me out that would be great. Thanks!

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melete June 14, 2020

Very dependent on what you're doing with that rig. For video games (which most people here are asking about), some games don't need more than 4 threads so they'll run just fine on a 2500k. Some games need way more than 4 threads and will run poorly.

Same goes with more productivity-oriented workloads. It depends on if your program is CPU-intensive or not.

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S14YER June 16, 2020

I don't know specifically about that pairing but there's a video by Gamers nexus called "Ryzen 3 3300X Bottleneck Benchmark vs. 2080 Ti, 2070 Super, 2060 KO, & More GPUs" that has great info regarding this general subject. Worth the 20 minutes if you want a data driven approach.

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melete June 24, 2020

Yeah, that's not a bad idea although his CPU is a bit worse than a Ryzen 3300X (his is just 4C/4T). His is closer to a 3200G, dunno if Steve has that one on his benchmarks as well.

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the_welsh_jesus July 14, 2020

Is my 2060 super getting bottlenecked by i5-2500k

My last graphics card a 780 was struggling a bit with some of the more modern games, so I took the plunge on a gtx 2060 super with the intention of upgrading the rest of the system next year. I've overclocked the 2500k to 4.2ghz, any higher and the temps get so high the cpu throttles after a few minutes at full load. I ran hardware monitoring software and some games to test everything out. The gpu was showing hitting 96% load at one point. Does that mean the cpu is good for a while or is it actually bottleneck the system and I'm reading things wrong. I'm gaming at 1080p 144 hz at the moment.

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gabsaturn July 18, 2020

Yes, it is, but not in an aggressive way. The 2500k is still a good-ish cpu but, if I were you, I would upgrade it

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Tribe_Called_K-West July 15, 2020

The GPU hitting 96% is a good thing. You're set until you can afford to upgrade because the most significant thing will probably be the reduced stutters or frame skips.

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MoarCurekt July 16, 2020

1080p 144hz, yes, yes it is.

Run a quick (free) check with shadow of the tomb raider built in benchmark in the demo to get an idea of how much.

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kanchikroko July 27, 2020

Will i5 2500k, ddr3 1866MHz bottleneck a RTX 2070?

Mobo is z68xp-ud3 by Gigabyte.

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slybeans July 27, 2020

You will experience a lot of little stutters that kinda make the experience worst in games.

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Hollowpoint38 July 27, 2020

I've had 4 vehicles since that chip came out. That's interesting to think about.

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VeryFancyNarwhal July 17, 2020

would an i5 2500k bottleneck an rx 570?

on a budget so im doing "research"

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CoreTubezWishez July 12, 2020

5700 xt fine with 3570k without major bottlenecking?

Greetings everyone here, I currently need to upgrade from my garbo 3570k and 960 2gb and found a 5700 xt for really good deal only until sunday but I can't afford to upgrade my entire computer immediately so I've settled on upgrading the gpu first and to 3600 or 4th gen if it's released by holidays. I should be able to have a smooth gaming experience for the meantime with my 3570k in the meantime right? (no stuttering etc), I have a b75 board so overclocking is out of the question. Thanks for taking your time reading my post.

If you want to know, most demanding game I'm playing is probably MW

Edit: for those who wanted to know, I'm playing at standard 1080p

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Kilobytez95 July 17, 2020

It's going to bottleneck. My 3570K @ 4.4ghz bottlenecked my GTX 970 pretty hard so I upgraded to a 3700x. Your gpu is faster so it's going to bottleneck for sure.

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John_Doexx July 11, 2020

The 970 should not be hard bottleneck for a oc’ed 3570K at all

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iamralphfiennes April 16, 2020

Would the bottlenecking make games unplayable if I matched a 2060 super with an Overclocked i5-3570k?

So yeah, title. I have no GPU atm so was thinking of getting a new GPU first, then build up funds for the rest. I only have a currently stock clocked 3570k though, so would stuttering and lag and frame drops in games like Dark Souls 3, Sekiro, Total War 3 kingdoms, Skyrim be very bad with that combo? Played at 1080p, ideally on ultra settings for most games. This is just a stop gap for the next few months.

What I was planning to do was use the 2060S for the time being, and when it comes time to build an entire new system later in the year, sell it on ebay and get the next gen GPUs (the new navis or the new nvidia 3000 series gpus)


thanks!

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monnizzz March 12, 2020

I had a gtx 1060 and a i5 3470k overclocked and it bottlenecked in 99% of my games so i guess it will bottleneck but depends on your ram too

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iamralphfiennes April 16, 2020

By bottleneck do you mean terrible stuttering and lag, or simply that it wasnt fully utilising your GPU to its capacity?

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jjerry26 March 27, 2020

"The bottlenecking", is that some sort of forest troll that makes PCs slower for no good reason? Don't want that, noooo sir.

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iamralphfiennes April 06, 2020

LOL I certainly hope not!

But yeah I just read on linustechtips and places that the cpu being too weak for the gpu causes major stuttering and stuff, but I guess not?

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justkarma March 12, 2020

You will not get major stuttering or lag but your CPU/ram will limit the performance of your card some yes. It highly depends on the game though. Actually your ram speed might be a bigger bottleneck at the moment since you still run ddr3. What is your ram speed ?

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iamralphfiennes April 21, 2020

Thanks. My RAM is 8GB ddr3 I believe, the G.Skill PC3-10667U.


As a matter of interest, would it perhaps be better to buy a cheaper 1660ti or something if the performance gains on the 2060 will be dampened quite a bit (though the flip side to that is having a good backup gpu can come in handy, and the price of a 1660ti will pobably depreciate insanely by next year whereas if I wanted to sell the 2060S I'd imagine i'd get a decent price for it even next year).

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Tsukino_Stareine March 22, 2020

bottlenecking doesn't cause performance drops, the hardware itself not keeping up with the demands of the game causes that.

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iamralphfiennes April 21, 2020

Oh does it not? I read up a bit on this before I posted and what I read said there could be major stuttering and lag drops and the like.

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AsianKidTom1 June 12, 2020

Will the gtx 1650 super bottleneck my intel i5 3570k at 3.2ghz?

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BlakBanana June 14, 2020

I’ve got an old i5-3570k build, what’s the best graphics card I can use with it that won’t bottleneck?

I’d be getting a brand new 500gb SSD to run the OS off, and I have 16gb of RAM (easily upgradable to 32gb if necessary). Basically I want to be able to play games like Valorant, Overwatch, the new Modern Warfare etc with maybe two years of “future proofing” before I’m forced to run new games on medium-low settings. I’ve heard the i5-3570k is still a solid chip if paired with the right parts, so I’d like y’all’s input.

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ss90kim July 14, 2020

Looking to upgrade graphics card. Will 3rd generation i5-3570K cause bottleneck issues?

I have not upgraded in a while and not the most up to date on technology.

My rig currently has i5-3570K with MSI Z77A-GD65 motherboard and ASUS GTX 770 graphics card and 850W PSU all purchased around 2013.

Can I upgrade my graphics card only so it is viable for my setup? Want high fps and play games such as CSGo and Valorant.

Or do I need to start a new build completely?

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Important-Researcher July 14, 2020

It will even bottleneck an gtx 1650 in some games, for high fps a cpu is more important, but the gtx 770 should be enough for 144fps in csgo

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Joeshans21 July 12, 2020

It would depend on what graphics card you’re upgrading to, like if you wanted 1660-ish performance you’d probably be fine in most games but obviously if you’re going for a 2080 ti you’d be bottlenecked quite a bit. Just depends on what card you want.

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ss90kim July 11, 2020

What would be the highest I can upgrade to without running into issues like bottleneck?

Also, will I run into same issue whether I go Nvidia or AMD?

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Herdnerfer July 12, 2020

Yes you can upgrade it, but also yes, most modern cards would be bottlenecked by your CPU. You’d still see a definite improvement in games, just not as big an improvement than if you got a new CPU/MOBO/RAM also.

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taa_v2 March 17, 2020

How much of a bottleneck? GTX 970 to 2060s, i5-3570k

Still running my old i5-3570k (sometimes stock, sometimes at 4.x Ghz - overclocking is a real pain with the Asus z77 LE-Plus mboard I have - it never seems to stick), currently with a GTX 970.

Grabbed an evga 2060 super with the $350 Amazon deal. I mostly play racing games (Dirt Rally 1.0 and 2.0, Assetto Corsa) but occasionally play some other games as well - and I want to MAYBE try those at 4K. I don't do anything competitively / online, just for my own fun.

I can still return the card. Would it be massively unbalanced, and I'd barely get any improvement out of the 2060s? Or would I be losing like 5-10% max?

Some sites suggest I'd lose 20-25% of the power of the 2060s, even running the 3570k at 130% clock speed - does that seem realistic?

What's a good bang-for-buck gaming CPU these days? Intel or Ryzen? I have a Ryzen 1700 in my Linux desktop/workstation, but for gaming, it doesn't seem to be much of an improvement according to gpucheck..

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bappled23 March 27, 2020

I don’t have numbers for how much it’ll bottle neck the GPU but my friend has the same CPU as you and uses a 1660 TI and has been pretty bottlenecked across all games.

A good option on a budget is ryzen 2 like 2600 or 2700x. If you can swing it I’d recommend a 3600

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gho0st_ March 27, 2020

If you're gonna upgrade that CPU I'd go Ryzen. The 2600 is a great six core processor and you can find it for a good deal almost anywhere.

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rottinghuntard March 12, 2020

Get the 1600 zen plus rehash for 85$ on amazon(assuming you dont have a microcenter) which is a 2600 all but in name.

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elreyhorus March 27, 2020

The 3570K's main weakness is being limited to 4 threads, so any modern multi-threaded game that can use more than 4 threads will be bottlenecked by the CPU. This means less FPS, especially if you game above >60 Hz refresh rate. It's worth experimenting with graphics settings and running at 4K resolution to see if you can shift some of the bottleneck away from the CPU and onto the GPU.

As for rebuilding your computer, I recommend the newest Ryzen 3000 series. I have a 3570K and RX480, so I feel your pain.

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taa_v2 March 27, 2020

Thanks for the quick responses and good feedback.

Probably time to return the card then, and wait for next gen and do a full rebuild. $$ isn't so much of a concern, but I don't game THAT often.

OTOH, seems the Ryzen 3600 is a bit better and only $40-50 more?

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xX_Bread_Xx April 06, 2020

2600 would absolutely get the job done but the 3600 is more future proof and would last longer.

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justjayhere_ March 22, 2020

https://pc-builds.com/calculator/Core_i5-3570K/GeForce_RTX_2060_SUPER/0dm14plu/16/

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taa_v2 April 11, 2020

Thanks - I did look at that.. Seems to say that my 970 is a perfect match for my 3570k...

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frostygrin April 21, 2020

Bottlenecking varies from game to game, and there's no point in getting a slower card. Just upgrade the CPU when you can.

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hackenclaw March 07, 2020

depends on resolution & Fps

I ran my 2500K @ 4.1GHz on a 1660Ti, but resolution is @ 2560x1080x75Hz. 1660Ti is just right no bottleneck, any faster GPU is bottleneck. Ran Assassin Creed unity, Syndicate, Rise of Tomb raider, Dishonored 2 at max detail at those fps/resolution. CPU/GPU usage % is pretty balance never more than 5-10% difference.

If you are on 1920x1080p or faster refresh rate monitor, I think the fastest you can support is 1060.

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SqueezyCheez85 March 22, 2020

I just upgraded from a 970 and 3570k.

I now have a Ryzen 3700X and a 2070 Super. The differences are night and day. The 3570k will be a bottleneck for almost every GPU that exceeds the 970 in performance.

The best "bang for your buck" CPU right now is probably the Ryzen 3600.

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The Intel Core i5-9600K is a mid-range 6-core desktop processor targeted at gamer enthusiasts, a user segment that mainly games on their PC, but has an understanding of hardware tweaking with the want to eke out a little more performance over time.
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The Intel Core i5-10600K is an undeniably fast midrange gaming CPU, but at its launch price, it needs more daylight between it and Ryzen 7 chips above, and less between it and the Ryzen 5 ones below.
The Core i5-10600K is arguably the most compelling of the 10th-gen unlocked desktop parts. First, it's the most affordable of the bunch, set to retail for $262. Second, if you look at the spec ...
The Core i5-10600K doesn’t have high-end new features like Turbo Boost 3.0 Max or Thermal Velocity Boost – those are reserved for high-end Core i9 chips like the flagship i9-10900K.
The Intel Core i5-10600K has a single-core Turbo Boost of 4.8GHz and 4.5GHz for an all-core Turbo Boost. This is slightly higher than the 4.6GHz single-core Boost of the 9600K, but much higher ...
The stock Core i5-10600K vies with the Ryzen 5 3600X at stock settings, but its higher overclocking headroom grants it the overall win as it edges out the higher-clocked Core i7-9700K.
The Intel Core i5-10600K is an undeniably fast midrange gaming CPU, but at its launch price, it needs more daylight between it and Ryzen 7 chips above, and less between it and the Ryzen 5 ones below.
Core i5 10600K processor review More cores, more clock frequency, a stronger gaming processor. Priced at 262 USD, this processor based on Comet Lake-S architecture and tied to the Z490 platform ...
The Core i5-10600K is Intel's biggest upgrade in the mid-range for years. Driven by strong competition from AMD, Intel is now giving us a 6c/12t CPU with 125 W TDP and the full compliment of 12 MB cache. Our Core i5-10600K benchmarks show it to be a formidable performer, especially in gaming.
Sada je pred nama blistava kometa 10. generacije Core procesora, u vidu najnovijeg Core i5 10600K izdanja. Da li će se duže zadržati na CPU nebu, videćemo u periodu koji je pred nama...
The Corsair H115i handles the Core i5-10600K with little effort during our stress tests, Prime95 included, signaling that this is an easy-to-cool chip, and air cooling is certainly an option.

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