Best Budget Gaming CPU and Graphics Card Combo Intel vs AMD 2019

Updated on January 24, 2019
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The GPU Industry never stops moving. Here's a look at my thoughts on cards both old and new right now.

Ever wonder what CPU you should pair with your graphics card? In this post, we'll go over Processor GPU combos from $200 to $1,200 and tell you what we'd go with.

With the release of NVIDIA's RTX Series, it's time to reevaluate the current state of your PC.

For my own PC in 2019, I'm sticking with 1440p. Yes, I could have gone straight to 4k, but I really like the look and frame rates available at the 1440p resolution.

Looking at the current performance benchmarks today's graphics cards, this should be easier than ever. What's more, is that the previous generation of GPUs is not only cheaper now, they still have great performance at this resolution.

11 Good Budget CPU / GPU Combos for 2019

Looking for the best graphics card CPU combo for your gaming PC? Here are our recommendations by budget.

It's fitting that we make this post after giving you our thoughts on the best graphics cards for the money right now. If you want more information than I give below about each combo, you should be able to find it there.

The GTX 1050 and Intel's new 4 core i3 8100 come in as low as $220 and are capable of playing modern AAA titles in 1080p.
The GTX 1050 and Intel's new 4 core i3 8100 come in as low as $220 and are capable of playing modern AAA titles in 1080p.

A Good Graphics Card CPU Combo Around $200

i3-8100 vs Ryzen 3 2200G with GTX 1050

While AMD's R3 2200 appeared is a great CPU for those planning to use integrated graphics, it's not as attractive as Intel's 8th Generation Coffee Lake i3-8100 in terms of its performance with a GPU.

4 Core i3 8100

Intel's latest i3-8100 gives you 4 cores for around $120. So even though it's slightly over budget, most will find that it's worth it. The single core performance of this CPU is significantly better than Ryzen and therefore will give you better performance in games and other applications.

What Can it Run?

While the GTX 1050 and RX 560 are similar in performance you'll get slightly more performance out of NVIDIA's GTX 1050. If they're at a similar price, I'd definitely go with the GTX 1050 or perhaps even the 1050 Ti if you have the money for it.

The GTX 1050 will run all AAA titles. However, you'll likely need to adjust settings in order to get the ideal framerate on the most graphically intense of games.

Max Frames

If we're simply talking about framerate and truly staying within the $200 budget, the Pentium G4600 and the 1050Ti will give you even more frames at this price point.

$250 to $280 Combo Recommendation Instead?

Yes, it's lame. But my real recommendation here is to spend $50 more. The i3-8100 is a good CPU to use with NVIDIA's GTX 1050Ti or a 4GB AMD RX 570 if you can find it at a decent price. Having used the previous generation i3-7100 along with the RX 570 I can tell you that there is some bottlenecking. However, the newer 4 core version shouldn't have these same issues.

Which would you go for at this price range?

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Graphics Card CPU Combo Under or Around $400

In the under $400 category, I still like the i3-8100 along with the GTX 1060 3GB. However, this leaves us with around $100 extra which is a bit awkward in the current market. So there are a few things you could do with that cash. Pushing for a higher-end GPU here isn't an option as the GTX 1070 is already $400 right now. Other options, like the RX 580 from AMD, are too inflated right now.

6 Core i5-8400 vs 4 core i3

So, you can opt for a better CPU. The i3 8350k gives you an overclockable 4 core CPU for around $50 more. Or, you can go straight for the i5-8400, a 6 core CPU with a boost of up to 4GHz for around $15 more than the i3-8350k. Personally, I'd take the cores; however, you may find with some games that the 8350k outperforms the i5-8400.


VRAM could be an issue for the GTX 1060 going forward so spending an extra $50 and going with the GTX 1060 6GB would also be a nice option.

Overall, we like the i5-8400 along with the GTX 1060 6GB. This processor should set you up nicely for future upgrades, and the GPU should do a great job with AAA titles in 1080p Ultra or even 1440p high.

Another options is to upgrade to the i5-9600k. This 9th generation processor gives you the ability to overclock and higher clock speeds overall. If you go this route, expect to spend around $60 to $70 more than the $400 we listed above.

In the $400 Price Range what should you do?

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The Best Overall $600 Budget Graphics Card Processor Combo for 1440p

Gaming in 1080p is slowly going the way of the optical drive. While we'll see it for several more years to come, right now many gamers are focusing on making their PC perform optimally for 1440p now. In a few years, this will certainly switch to 4k.

If you're looking for something that does great with 1440p out of the gate in ultra settings, go with the NVIDIA GTX 1070. The performance is greater than GTX 980's in SLI and much better than the previous generation, GTX 970. The past year we've come far in terms of the price to performance ratio in this price range and for this reason, the GTX 1070 has my full recommendation.

Processor Combo

For the processor, we're recommending the 9th generation i5-9600k. This processor gives you 6 cores and threads and goes up to 4.60 GHz. With an overclock you should be able to push it slightly higher. This processor not only works will with this graphics card, but it should also do just fine with any other combination you'll throw at it.


As the GTX 1070 is coming in at around $300 to $350 right now and the i5-9600k at $250,this should allow you to stay within our $600 budget.

Best Graphics Card GPU Combo From $1,000 to $1,100

In the $1,000 range, you have a lot more flexibility in terms of both your CPU and graphics card. The option we most recommend would be the i5-9600k along with the RTX 2070 or even 2080. You may be able to get more bang for your buck if you can find a GTX 1080 Ti; however, stock is becoming somewhat limited for these GPUs in 2019.

AMD is Certainly an Option:

If you want to save some money, you could also consider going with the AMD Ryzen R7 2700 and a good AM4 X370 motherboard. Performance for the Ryzen CPUs does lag a bit behind the i4-9600k in instructions per clock; however, it's still very good and more cores and threads you get a bit more flexibility.

Still, most of the reasons I was recommending Ryzen a few months ago have gone by the wayside. For the most part, I'd recommend you wait for Ryzen 3. So, either AMD will have to drop their prices, or we'll likely see Intel take over until AMD's next release.

Below, I've listed our 11 top CPU GPU combos right now. You may notice that AMD isn't included in any of it.

Our Top CPU GPU Combos from $200 to $1,200 for 2019

*Lowest Overall Cost (includes rebates)
Graphics Card
GTX 1050
Pentium G4600
GTX 1050
Ryzen 3 2200g
GTX 1050
i3-8100 or Ryzen 3 2200g
GTX 1050 Ti
i3-8100 or Ryzen 3 2200g
GTX 1060 3GB
i3-8100 or Ryzen 3 2200g
GTX 1060 6GB
i3-8100 or Ryzen 3 2200g
GTX 1060 6GB
i5-8400 or Ryzen 5 2600
GTX 1070
i5-8400 or Ryzen 5 2600
RTX 2060
RTX 2070
RTX 2080
*Prices are taken from the lowest priced graphics card available from various online retailers.

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Choosing a CPU - Intel Vs. AMD in 2019

It's more than just an AMD vs Intel vs NVIDIA question. While there are benefits and advantages to all of these brands there are often deals that arise that make one choice vastly superior to another.

*Right now here's how I see the benefits of both:

Advantages to Using an Intel CPU:

  • Better IPC or single core performance. Call me captain obvious, but this is a big deal in games that aren't optimized for a multitude of cores like AMD likes to provide. Overclocking AMD CPUs can make up some of the gap.
  • Better power efficiency.
  • Superior options for high-end users seeking max FPS and performance.

Advantages to Purchasing an AMD CPU:

  • CPUs come with additional cores at lower prices.
  • Better budget options for those looking for more cores.
  • Ryzen CPUs have solid IPC
  • APU technology is a solid alternative for builds in the $200 to $250 range.

*While I still see some value in AMD it's important to realize that Kaby Lake has changed my mind on much of this due to benchmarks I've done. Until AMD releases Zen, I won't be recommending anything but Intel CPUs unless you need the cores. Even in heavy CPU core situations the Kaby Lake CPUs tend to fair better in many of the benchmarks.

However, Ryzen does change the game somewhat. If you do more than just gaming on your machine you might want to consider the Ryzen 7 1700 over an i7-7700k in certain cases.

Why I Avoid Retailer Combos (Most of the Time)

In addition, I thought I'd make a combo page that isn't just about retailers who try to force you to buy a PC build combo with inferior parts. Many think these are a good deal; however, rebate and fact checking usually prove this not be the case.

Often the parts recommended are not the best when it comes to quality or can be found on rebate elsewhere. Below I've used rebates as well as benchmarking to give you combos that will perform well for the money you spend.


Overall, these graphics card and processor combinations give you some of the best value for the money you spend out there. Look for rebates to save between $20 and $50. In addition, AAA titles are often available with graphics cards. So, an additional $60 can be saved if you're willing to wait for the right title.

If you don't plan on playing AAA titles, it's likely unnecessary to go with one of the more expensive combos. These are overkill for games like WoW, Minecraft, and League of Legends. So, look at benchmarks to make sure you're not getting more than what you need.

Have a GPU CPU combo or deal you'd like to share? Be sure to let us know by leaving a comment below.

This article is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters.

Questions & Answers

  • Is a Ryzen 1700 and a GTX 1070 TI a good combo for a PC?

    Yes, that's a good combo; however, I'd be tempted at this point to go with the 2700 unless you can get the 1700 and a cheap motherboard as a combo on the cheap.

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      ahmed mohamed 

      2 months ago

      hi Is a Ryzen 2600x and a GTX 1070 TI a good combo for a PC? and maybe 1080ti , and what motherboard to buy please help me this is the first time i build pc and really would love your recommendations.

    • toptengamer profile imageAUTHOR

      Brandon Hart 

      3 months ago from The Game

      I usually upgrade every 3 years. I like getting new things haha. That being said I feel like it all depends at what level you want to play. Games are pretty good these days about allowing you to lower graphical settings

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      3 months ago

      Hello Brandon,

      Thank you for the good article. One thing that I’m finding difficult to find is a relation between the combo and how long it stays current. Giving my example, one and a half year ago I got a i3 7100 with GTX 1050ti, unfortunately know I see that the i3 was a bad call, because it feels stranded. So I was considering now the i5-9600k with a rtx 2060 (mind that I’m in EU, so cheaper then 1070ti for example) but again the question arises, how long until I need to upgrade? Thanks again.

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      3 months ago


      what processor should I get for vr I currently have an i3 8100 with 1060 and 16 gb of ddr4 ram

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      5 months ago

      Intel G4560 and Rx560 AMD card have served me very well .

      Picked them up cheap before prices started going up again.

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      6 months ago

      what cpu should I pair with my gtx 1080 for the best gaming performance at 1440p 144hz??

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      6 months ago

      The Radeon RX 580 8GB should now be thrown into the equations as the price has dropped on them and they outperform the GTX1060's in general.

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      7 months ago

      Hello Brandon :)

      Nice article, very helpful yet, as a noob who hasn't been around for quite some time in this hardware matching game, I was wondering if you could help me out.

      Ryzen 5 2600X, Gigabyte Aorus GA-AX370 Gaming 5 and a 1060/580x is something I consider a well balanced machine (at least for me that is)... I am not a heavy gamer (I am not aiming for 4k play) yet I would like to be able (if needed) to "boost" the system just for that little extra power. Thus said, I was thinking that 16Gb RAM is more than enough considering that my PC should do other stuff as well - AutoCAD, Revit, PS... Yes, single thread and gaming is still on the blue team side, yet for the money (and where I live) that is still bit financially overstretching for me. On the other hand, I know that AMD and the x370 boards know to be somewhat touchy so could you suggest any 3200Mhz memory that would be appropriate for this build? G.SKILL sounds good and is available (more or less), Corsair also, Kingston...

      Thank you!

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      8 months ago

      I have a GTX 980Ti with a P8Z77 MB and a i5 3550 CPU. I want to get max usage out of the GPU without overclocking. Budget is determined on best available, but not overkill, as its an older card. Im aiming for best graphics for gaming. Im thinking an i7 4790K with a H97 board. ok? or over the top?

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      8 months ago

      I have a GTX 980 Ti and want to upgrade my P8z77 motherboard and i5-3550 cpu to more suit this GPU. I have 12Gb RAM. I want to evolve into a 24/30in curved screen monitor (space is an issue) I would like the best possible graphics for some games I play, ie Witcher4, Fallout4, Skyrim and hopefully the Reddead Redemption once it gets to PC.

      Can you recommend a good board and CPU combo around the aus$750-1k mark?

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      9 months ago

      I have a ryzen 5 1600. Would it hold back a gtx 1080? or better to upgrade it?

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      9 months ago

      So were i live the i5 8609k is 340 euros and the 2700x is 320 euro where the 2700 is 277 euro and the 2600 onley 172 euros... I'll be building in a Dan case with a 1070 asetek 92mm AIO..wich soukd i pick ?

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      Brandon Hart 

      10 months ago from The Game

      If you're just looking for FPS the i5 8600k will give you better FPS.

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      10 months ago

      hello there,

      i am just have little question , Finally after 3 years i got GTX 1080, but my motherborad and processor is not match with it , so i will buy new motherborad + processor and i am little confused about buying AMD RYZEN 7 or Intel i5 8600K . i wanna to know what is the best for my GTX ,



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      Brandon Hart 

      11 months ago from The Game

      Depends on what you're planning on doing. Do you want to overclock? I probably wouldn't recommend a cheap board for that. If you don't, then I'd get something moderately inexpensive for that combo. Since you're spending quite a bit on the CPU GPU combo I'd recommend at least going with something reliable. For the PSU, I'd recommend something like the EVGA SuperNova 650w - it's worth spending a little more for something that's reliable and will last you a while.

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      11 months ago

      Is ryzen 2600 + gtx 1080 + 16 gb ddr4 good combo for tight budget.

      Will any cheap motherboard will do the job or should I buy high end mobo. Also how much psu?


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      Brandon Hart 

      15 months ago from The Game


      I usually recommend that you build it yourself. That being said, there are a lot of pre-built PCs that are cheaper right now. Looking for one might be a good idea amidst the current cryptocurrency boom.

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      Brandon Hart 

      16 months ago from The Game

      You can receive some minor improvements by going over 8GB in certain games. As it's so expensive right now, you may want to opt to go without it. The Ryzen 1600 is a perfect option for the 1060.

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      G. Ghosh 

      16 months ago


      I intend to use a 1060 6GB with Ryzen 1600. Will the CPU be a bottleneck for my Graphics Card performance? Also how much DDR4 RAM should I get for a gaming build, I mean is 16GB not overkill?

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      Brandon Hart 

      17 months ago from The Game

      I'd suggest something like an i5 from last generation or i3-8100 of current. GTX 970 shouldn't require too much. R3 1200 would also be enough.

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      17 months ago

      I just recently decided to build my first pc. I want best gaming i can get. And im going to run mt tv in my man cave with this. I got a envidia gtx 970 from a good friend for 75.00 and am tryi g to fi d best cpu for this. And suggestions?

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      Brandon Hart 

      17 months ago from The Game

      Keep in mind that at 4k the CPU requirements actually decrease as additional strain is put on your GPU. So, the i5 8400 or Ryzen 1600 would be great options. i5 8400 will give you a few more frames (most of the time) - however boards are more expensive so, you'll have to weigh what a few frames are worth to you.

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      17 months ago

      Nice combo breakdown. I run a Sony XBRx800E 4k tv as my primary monitor. I have a 1070 ti. I plan to upgrade my Mobo and CPU from a i5 3570k. I am looking at the i5 8400 or the Ryzen 1600. What do you would be the best CPU paired with 1070 to in 4k? Any concerns about bottlneck?

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      18 months ago

      You should also include a standard mainboard to the calculation (extra, unless available).

      Usually Intel boards tend to be 30-50% more expensive, which might make AMD in many cases more worthwhile and this is often not factored in.

      For example the Ryzen 7 1700 is atm 280€

      A standard board for that costs about 45€

      A similar Intel processor (8C 16T) is nowhere to be found.

      If you take a Intel i7 8700K (6C 12T) you would be at 380€ + 80€ for the (cheapest!!!) mainboard.

      Thats a difference of 135€.

      If you go with the 8700 (no K) you save about 50€ (still 85€ difference) and if you step down to the i5 8600K (6C 6T) you will be another 20€ short hitting 65€ difference.

      If you want a comparable price, you will get a i5 8400 (non overclockable 6C 6T) for 200€ + 80€ board.

      Do the math yourself.

      Of course single core performance is 10-20% faster on the i5 but more and more games get optimized for 4+ cores and with Vulkan and DX12 even 8+ cores.

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      21 months ago

      Does I3 8100 gets 100% performance from GTX 1060 ?

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      21 months ago

      i love your review here. thanks

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      22 months ago

      WoW is one one of the hardess game to run for prossessor. I run GTAV super smoth on ultra High and Can't Raid in WoW at low setting.

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      Brandon Hart 

      23 months ago from The Game

      It really depends on the resolution you're running. I'd say the 1060 6GB is probably enough for 60FPS.

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      23 months ago

      Is the 1070 overkill for 1080p gaming?

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      Brandon Hart 

      2 years ago from The Game

      All of them are in US dollars.

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      toby loasby 

      2 years ago

      I'm from Australia and I'm just wondering are all these prices in US dollars or AUS dollars, because if they're in AUS dollars that would amazing

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      Brandon Hart 

      2 years ago from The Game

      I guess you're wondering which GPU in the $300 category? I'd go with the GTX 1060 6GB or a GTX 1070.

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      Brandon Hart 

      2 years ago from The Game

      Looks good - although I'd probably go with a Z270 board instead?

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      2 years ago

      Hey there!

      This is Urgent!!!

      I am in process of building a Desktop

      My Configuration:

      Processor: i7 6800k

      Motherboard: Asus x 99 A II

      RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2666 16GB(8x2)

      CPU Cooler: Corsair H60 54.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler

      Storage: Samsung EVO 850 250GB 2.5"

      WD HDD SATA 1 TB

      Pwr Supply: Corsair RM750 RM ATX 80+ Gold 750W

      Cabinet: Cooler Master 690 III

      I am confused to opt for a GPU with in my budget of 300$. Please suggest me!!

      Thanks in Advance :)

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      Costas Soteriou 

      2 years ago

      CPU: Intel Core i5-7600 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor

      Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z170-Gaming K3-EU ATX LGA1151 Motherboard

      Memory: Kingston HyperX Fury Black 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory (

      Storage: Kingston SSDNow V300 Series 240GB 2.5" Solid State Drive

      Storage: Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive

      Video Card: MSI GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 6GB GAMING X Video Card

      Case: Thermaltake Versa N26 ATX Mid Tower Case

      Power Supply: Corsair VS 450W ATX Power Supply

      Optical Drive: LG GH24NSC0B DVD/CD Writer

      Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit

      Any advise on this Brandon ?

      thanks in advance

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      Ankur Singh 

      2 years ago

      Suggest for me please :

      1. Intel i3 6100 @3.7 GHz

      2. Crucial ddr4 8gb ram @2133 MHz

      3. Seagate 1 TB Hdd @7200 rpm

      4. Cooler Master SMPS B 500 ver 2

      5. using HD Ready LED 32 inch TV as monitor, resolution of 720p

      For these specs which graphics card will be the best fit in budget for gaming such as hitman, max payne 3, cs go, assasins creed etc

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      2 years ago

      @toptengamer - Really, really appreciate your reply! :)

      You're right, Amazon currently has rebates going for an Asus 750 TI, so I'll end up spending only $20 more compared to the GT 730!

      Btw, I did some research regarding CAD workstations and they need a totally different graphics card which wouldn't work well for gaming, so I'm going to purchase an old/used NVIDIA Quadro in the future (they're ridiculously expensive, actually). Both the gaming card and this workstation card will be in the same case, but I will only run 1 card at a time depending on the app I'm using. A guy on GrabCAD talks about this. For those interested, search "hybrid computer build"

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      Brandon Hart 

      2 years ago from The Game

      Chris, I'd avoid the GT 730. I'd go with a 750 Ti or GTX 950. They aren't that much more (especially on rebate) and will give you a much better experience and frame rate.

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      2 years ago

      Thanks for the article - perhaps just in time for what I'm planning to purchase. Here's my situation:

      I currently have a MacBook Pro (late 2014, 2.6 GHz Intel Core i5, 16GB-1600MHz-DDR3 memory, integrated graphics Intel Iris 1536 MB) and a 2008 Sony Vaio that's falling apart.

      I've been thinking of putting together a desktop system to replace my Windows laptop and run 3D CAD programs like SolidWorks, games like iRacing, as well as some basic photo/video editing.

      I'm neither a pro with any of those apps, nor do I care to run anything at the highest settings.

      All I need is decent frame rates, good stability/reliability (overclocking is irrelevant to me), and possibly quicker processing speeds...

      I'm not aiming for any specific performance numbers, and I don't need the latest and greatest of course, but I do want to make this purchase worthwhile in the sense that the performance characteristics described above are significantly/noticeably better than my MacBook's.

      Now, I'm currently on a budget so what do you think is the least I would have to spend (and what CPU/GPU combos would you recommend) to meet that criteria?

      Put differently, would the configuration below be a relatively safe bet in terms of out-performing my MacBook in most categories?

      EVGA GeForce GT 730 2GB Video Card

      Crucial 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4-2133 Memory

      MSI B150M PRO-VDH Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard

      Intel Core i3-6100 3.7GHz Dual-Core Processor

      Or could I go even cheaper than that? Say, AMD CPU+GPU?

      I'd just be curious to know how little I could get away with spending and still outperform my MBP.



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      Brandon Hart 

      3 years ago from The Game

      Haha good catch!

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      3 years ago

      i6-6600k? :P Nice list anyways!


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