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I'm about to upgrade my pc but I just want to know would a Ryzen 2600 bottleneck a rtx2070 or should I get the 2700?
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There is no definitive answer to "Will ___ bottleneck ___". It depends. There's always going to be a bottleneck in your system, but what the bottleneck is will depend on what you're doing, and what monitor(s) you're using.

If you've already got an R5 2600, no need to upgrade. Especially not to an R7 2700, that won't benefit you in games. If you were playing AAA titles on a high refresh rate 1080p monitor, then you'd maybe want to consider an i7 but that's going to cost significantly more than an R5 2600 and honestly, with an RTX 2070 there shouldn't really be a huge difference. I would also hope you're running a greater resolution than 1080p with an RTX 2070 anyway.
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21 wroteThere is no definitive answer to "Will ___ bottleneck ___". It depends. There's always going to be a bottleneck in your system, but what the bottleneck is will depend on what you're doing, and what monitor(s) you're using.

If you've already got an R5 2600, no need to upgrade. Especially not to an R7 2700, that won't benefit you in games. If you were playing AAA titles on a high refresh rate 1080p monitor, then you'd maybe want to consider an i7 but that's going to cost significantly more than an R5 2600 and honestly, with an RTX 2070 there shouldn't really be a huge difference. I would also hope you're running a greater resolution than 1080p with an RTX 2070 anyway.


Yeah I have a 1440p 144hz monitor so it should work well enough and thanks for the advice
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