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HELP! I have no idea if my Graphics card and CPU is compatible I'm new to PC building

I just bought some PC parts and was wondering what Graphics card would be compatible with my AMD A8-7650K radeon R7 3.30 ghz and I don't have a graphics card yet I plan to game,and my buddy told me to get a RX 460 graphics card and another one said a GeForce GTX 750 TI because the Rx 460 is Bottleneck? i have no idea what that means but yeah i need help what would be the best compatible graphics card for my PC also my mother board is an A68HM-E33 V2 MSI motherboard wit 8gb DDR3 RAM and a corsair 450 PSU. I apologize for any Grammar errors since english is not my first language
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    Compatible graphics cards, from weakest to strongest

    GTX 750ti > rx 460 > gtx 1050 > gtx 1050ti

    Bottleneck - it just means that the limiting factor in your system. If you get a gtx 1050ti you will not get max fps from it because of your CPU, but that doesn't make it a bad upgrade and it doesn't mean you shouldn't buy it.
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  2. Kyayro said:
    I just bought some PC parts and was wondering what Graphics card would be compatible with my AMD A8-7650K radeon R7 3.30 ghz and I don't have a graphics card yet I plan to game,and my buddy told me to get a RX 460 graphics card and another one said a GeForce GTX 750 TI because the Rx 460 is Bottleneck? i have no idea what that means but yeah i need help what would be the best compatible graphics card for my PC also my mother board is an A68HM-E33 V2 MSI motherboard wit 8gb DDR3 RAM and a corsair 450 PSU. I apologize for any Grammar errors since english is not my first language


    if you plan to game, then you choose the wrong platform

    max gpu you can pair with your setup is a gtx 1050 ti


    anything better would be completely held back by the super weak cpu
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  3. You can always check here to see whether your components are compatible or not: https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/
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  4. Thanks! This really helped
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