I don't have the 1600, sold it
I do need a new CPU because I already sold my 1600 (With my RAM and GPU)
Yeah I think this is the best plan of action, thanks a lot for the help
Alright, thanks for the help
hmm.. Ok. How about buying just a GPU (5600XT range) and RAM, and then a better cooler to OC the 1600?
What matters for me is being able to play newer games at 60fps 1080p for the next couple years at decent settings. By the time I can no longer do that I will probably buy a new build outright. Until that happens, for the next 2 or 3 years, I figured getting a decent new GPU+CPU would do the trick. If you think the 580 could still kick it at that point, then I think what you suggest is a good choice. But if its not gonna be able to pull through the frames in the next 2 years then I guess it would be better to get a new GPU no?
It is the original one (from 2 years ago)
My bad, here is the public page
So the stock cooler is fine for gaming you think?
For Context, I am looking to spend 450 USD to upgrade my current rig
I figured I'd buy a 3600 and a GPU for about 250, but with the extra cash I didn't know what to spend it on
Would i still get more FPS?
Monitor is the MSI Optix MAG24C, not sure about the desk exactly but its from Ikea
Well, atleast you have the first ROG Nvlink bridge on the site?
Damn. Well I've had nothing but good experiences with Ryzen master. Have the 1600 running 3.975 / 1.3625 stable on the stock cooler.
Well you can always just use Ryzen Master, its the same thing just easier to use lel
Its 8 total cores, but 4 modules. So 8/4=2. In an Intel CPU, a 4 core CPU would be 4 cores in each module, so 16 FX "(((cores)))"
That is, if the 3850X ever happens (Although the leaks seem pretty reputable)
Its pretty good for streaming considering it has "(((8)))" cores
60 on low settings? Somethings not right here... With those specs you should be pushing 60 at max settings and easily hit 144 on low. I would first take a look into what is causing your sub par performance.
This should easily hit 144 on QHD:
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
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The m.2 will share bandwidth with a SATA port, meaning that one of the 4 will hace 0 bandwidth
y'know, I was going to respond to this comment seriously until I saw the 1600 comments with 0 karma on your profile
From a 1070 to a 1080, seems like an upgrade to me!
Terry was a dank papa
Judging by previous games, I'm pretty confident we will get all of those requests fulfilled
That one really hit me hard :[
why tf would you have batman in an arkham game? lol
Depends on the game.
They only collect what you give them
1600 for a 2080Ti? Drop that, get a good one for 1300 and pick up an NVME drive for windows. Other than than looks good.
For 2160p the 2070 would be a better buy. Also recommend getting a separate hard drive cause that SSS will fill up quick
If you wanted to, yes.
Funny, I have the exact same problem with the p400S strip and my Asrock X370. Try putting it in the LED header for your CPU cooler if its not already populated
9700k is the better option here. Considering you will be playing at 1080p (1060 6gb) I doubt you will see any difference in FPS between that and the i9
Here is the test bench:
And good eye on the PSU! However, it will still work. The power supply comes with 2 CPU 8 pin connectors. These aren't actually 8 pins, they are 4+4 pins. So for the 8 pin connector on the motherboard you plug both of the 4 pin sections in, and for the 4 pin you only plug one of the 2 sections. I know this is confusing, so here is a picture:
Thanks for replying. Although the Noctua is a great unit, I can understand that the color scheme may be a turn off for a lot of people. How about this?
It will do a much better job of cooling that the Arctic cooler, and it has RGB aswell
As for the motherboard, even though it has many price-increasing features that I doubt you will need, (4 way SLI, enormous VRMs) the Taichi is still a beast and I hope you like it :]
The case: I missed the part in your description where you said you wanted a test bench. Here is one of two test benches I found (The other being $200)
Fast and dual channel
Only 4Ghz on that CPU? or is that a typo
$15 over 500
Based on your description, it seems that you won't have much use for a high or even medium range GPU. As for the power supply, platinum rating isn't necessary.