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So I was wondering if I could upgrade my gtx 1650 gpu in my pc it has a i5 9400f 12 gb ram gtx 1650 and a 310 watt psu, if I can upgrade I will upgrade ram to 16 or 32 go, and upgrade psu to 400 watts if needed, what gpus can I upgrade if if I can.

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Well, keeping in mind the power supply unit that you have on your computer, it is only possible to upgrade to a GPU that comes with a lower TDP (if you don't change 310W PSU). I think 16GB is the perfect amount of ram to have in your computer for now. As the toughest AAA titles don't use over 10GB of ram at the moment. So going for any over 16GB would be overkill. 

Try to invest in a high-quality power supply (550W is enough) before you go for a high-end graphics card. Otherwise, just stick with low-budget graphics cards  that don't consume much power. 

If you really want to upgrade to a higher-end card, then I suggest you go for RTX 2080 or 2080 Ti. As of now, it's hard to find these GPUs, but if you managed to get one, it will make your PC future-proof for at least a few more years. 


Hope this helps you out. 

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