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Which build G4560 or Ryzen 3 1200

Processor : G4560
Gpu : Gtx 1050 ti mini
Ram :8gbx1 Ddr4 2133Mhz
Motherboard : Bios updated Biostar H110MH Pro D4
Psu : Same for both 450w antec bp450
Case : Same for both Circle cc815

Or

Processor : Ryzen 3 1200
Gpu : Gtx 1050 mini
motherboard : Asrock A320M-HDV
Ram : 8gbx1Ddr4 2400mhz

I want to play games like Assassin's Creed Origin,Call of duty WWII on high setting with 40fps +
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  1. neelkhatri573 said:
    Processor : G4560
    Gpu : Gtx 1050 ti mini
    Ram :8gbx1 Ddr4 2133Mhz
    Motherboard : Bios updated Biostar H110MH Pro D4
    Psu : Same for both 450w antec bp450
    Case : Same for both Circle cc815

    Or

    Processor : Ryzen 3 1200
    Gpu : Gtx 1050 mini
    motherboard : Asrock A320M-HDV
    Ram : 8gbx1Ddr4 2400mhz

    I want to play games like Assassin's Creed Origin,Call of duty WWII on high setting with 40fps +


    Ryzen 3 boiiiiiii
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6Mwc5hhPEE
    Reply to krzyimprt
  2. The ryzen build will be faster, and the difference between the 1050 ti and the 1050 wont be that big of a difference, I would go with the ryzen build, also future upgrading will be easier with a newer system
    Reply to connerweatherly17
  3. If you get a Ryzen CPU, I'd get a B350 motherboard, which allow overclocking.
    Reply to TJ Hooker
  4. I can't go for b350 Mobo as it exceeds my budget
    Reply to neelkhatri573
  5. Neither are optimal choices, but since you are on such a tight budget, Pentium G4560 with the 4GB 1050 Ti (assuming that "mini" is 4GB VRAM) would give you a performance boost up front over the faster Ryzen with four cores and slower 1050. It would also give you an upgrade path for time to save up for a 7-series Kaby Lake i5 chip.

    However, with the Ryzen build, while it would be slower, you could also save up and get a faster video card down the road. I'm afraid that GTX 1050's 2GB VRAM is going to be your Achilles heel with that Ryzen build. This VRAM benchmark with COD WWII gives an example of how games today are using a lot more VRAM (COD WWII using 6GB+ at 1080p!!! :ouch:):

    http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/call_of_duty_ww2_pc_graphics_analysis_benchmark_review,8.html
    Reply to 10tacle
  6. What do you think fps will be at 1440x900 resolution
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  7. neelkhatri573 said:
    What do you think fps will be at 1440x900 resolution


    It's hard to say because nobody has tested your resolution with the CPU/GPU combination you are looking at. However, if you look at the COD:WW2 link I posted above and scroll to the bottom, it has a drop down menu for different pages. Check out the one for 1080p showing the GTX 1050 Ti getting 68FPS - so if they lowered the resolution setting to 900p in a separate test, they'd probably see a 40% boost in frame rates. But that was with a high end Core i7 CPU. There is no way to know what having two cores would cost in FPS over four or six cores, as at a lower resolution like that, the CPU performance is as important as the GPU.
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  8. Thanks
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  9. 10tacle said:
    Neither are optimal choices, but since you are on such a tight budget, Pentium G4560 with the 4GB 1050 Ti (assuming that "mini" is 4GB VRAM) would give you a performance boost up front over the faster Ryzen with four cores and slower 1050. It would also give you an upgrade path for time to save up for a 7-series Kaby Lake i5 chip.

    However, with the Ryzen build, while it would be slower, you could also save up and get a faster video card down the road. I'm afraid that GTX 1050's 2GB VRAM is going to be your Achilles heel with that Ryzen build. This VRAM benchmark with COD WWII gives an example of how games today are using a lot more VRAM (COD WWII using 6GB+ at 1080p!!! :ouch:):

    http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/call_of_duty_ww2_pc_graphics_analysis_benchmark_review,8.html

    I found a cheap gtx 1050 ti and gtx 1050
    Now I can go for gtx 1050ti with Ryzen 3 1200 with a320 Mobo
    Or
    gtx 1050 with Ryzen 3 1200 with b350 Mobo
    or
    Ryzen 3 1300x with a320 Mobo and gtx 1050

    Or
    g4560 build

    Which is the best choice?
    Reply to neelkhatri573
  10. Best answer
    1050 + Ryzen + B350.

    Cpu is an easy upgrade, the bios accepts all the Ryzen family. Gpu is an even easier upgrade, swap cards and redo drivers. The biggest p.i.t.a. is upgrading a mobo. Means a whole reset of the mobo drivers, possibly windows, basically rebuilding the pc from scratch. So start out with good core components, then any future upgrades are simple enough. A B350 will handle a R7 1700x and gtx1080ti and OC with fast ram. The A320 will be 's.o.l.'
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  11. If I use this CIRCLE MID TOWER CABINET (ATX) - DESIRE D3 WITH SMPS cabinet
    This cabinet has a 400w psu
    Then I will be able to get Ryzen 3+b350 Mobo+Gtx1050ti 4gb mini

    Will stock smps be able to handle Ryzen 3 1200 @3.8Ghz + Gtx 1050ti 4gb mini
    Reply to neelkhatri573
  12. Yep. But be warned. If that case+psu is $30, you are getting a $15 case and a $15 psu. Or a $25 case and $5 psu. Either way, that case and psu combo still has to show a profit after manufacturing, shipping, labor, all the overhead for plastic costs etc, so reality is closer to a $6 case and $4 psu. So in the end, you are trusting your expensive new equipment to a psu that cost less than $10.
    Reply to Karadjgne
  13. Ryzen 3 1200@3.8Ghz + GTX 1050 be able to handle Assassin's Creed Origin's , Overwatch , Call of Duty WWII , other games like that at high settings with 30fps+
    Reply to neelkhatri573
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