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1050ti vs 1060 3gb

i am wondering which gpu would be better for my system?
and which model like msi etc...

also would 1060 3gb or 1050ti bottleneck my pc?

CPU:Intel i5 4440 3.1ghz 1150
GPU:Zotac Nvidia GTX 650 2GB 128bit
PSU:400watt
HDD:WD Blue ezex 2017 edition 7200rpm 1tb 64mb cache
HDD:Seagate 500gb 5900 rpm 6mb cache
SSD:Corsair Force Le 200 120gb 500 write/read speed
Mobo:Asus H81M-C
Ram:8GB (4gb Corsair 4gb kingston)
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  1. 1050Ti 4GB. if you must go for the 1060, get the 6GB version.

    You've listed the PSU generically, what's the make and model of the PSU? It's horrible practice to mix and match two sticks of ram, if anythgin you should be running two identical sticks of ram or buying a kit for your ram. In this case either going with Kingston or Corsair(not marrying both). What sort of brands do you have access to in terms of GPU choice?
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  2. Either card will be a great pair with that i5. Technically the gtx 1060 3gb card is the better card, however, if you are playing a game that is limited by VRAM the 1050ti would be the better choice. The brand doesn't really matter too much, they will all be comparable. I would personally take the 1060 3gb out of those two choices.
    Reply to Hardware Brad
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    If you have the cash for a 1060 put a bit more in and get the 1060 6GB. The 1060 3GB has an issue with a few games cause it perform worse than the 1050ti. This said I would suggest a higher watt PSU for a 1060 so get the 1050ti. The 1060 should have atleast a 430~450w.
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  4. Lutfij said:
    1050Ti 4GB. if you must go for the 1060, get the 6GB version.

    You've listed the PSU generically, what's the make and model of the PSU? It's horrible practice to mix and match two sticks of ram, if anythgin you should be running two identical sticks of ram or buying a kit for your ram. In this case either going with Kingston or Corsair(not marrying both). What sort of brands do you have access to in terms of GPU choice?


    thanks alot i didnt really know 6gb version is better :sarcastic: dude i would write 6gb version if i could afford it.
    And kingston - corsair mix ram does not cause any issue:lol:
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