Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited


This user doesn't have any awards

About moisty

  • Title
  1. I just need something that isn't provided by my ISP haha I've been using the ISP provided router for too long and I need something a lot better, but isn't over kill (like quad band routers)
  2. Yeah I just want to know what i can get for that price, and if its a modem and a router AIO then that would be great.
  3. Yeah I just want to know what i can get for that price, and if its a modem and a router AIO then that would be great.
  4. Yes! I knew Fallout 4 was more CPU intensive, I'm hopefully gonna save up and dump my CPU+Mobo and get something like an i5 4460, or something overclockable. But the 380 is good, correct?
  5. Okay so I've had this issue ever since i got the game on release. I have a fairly good Gaming PC that can run most games on high, no issues, with a stable 60-50fps. (ex. Skyrim, Far Cry 3, Black Ops 3, CSGO, Tf2, Witcher 3) Although Fallout 4 has some trouble floating around the 30-40 region on ANY graphical preset. I don't know why, I know that my CPU isn't bottlenecking my GPU because I checked the CPU and GPU usage while playing FO4 and they are both on max load. (though for some reason they run surprisingly cool at around 30-40c) Maybe its because my system is an AMD build? I honestly don't know. If you guys have any suggestions, or you had this exact problem, please let me know. (and yes I've tried FPS configs, they run exactly the same) My Specs: CPU: AMD FX-6300 Motherboard: ASUS M5A97 R2.0 GPU: Sapphire Radeon R9 380 PSU: Corsair CX750M HDD: WD Caviar black 650Gb RAM: Crucial DDR3 8gb (2x4) (idk the exact name of the ram)
  6. Will a heatsink that is compatible for AM3 cpus compatible for AM3+'s too?
  7. Anyone have any suggestions? I also realize that good AIO liquid coolers aren't in that price range, but if you know one let me know, because I would totally use an AIO. Air coolers are recommended though.
  8. is there a real big difference between the 380 and the 390?
  9. Subject change, what is a good mobo for around 70$ US?
  10. Well on most really casual and easy to run games run on over 500fps on all high at 1080p but games like Skyrim, Fallout 4, or Far Cry 3 for example I can barely run medium/high on 40fps
  11. So can someone answer my question? Is my current CPU bottlenecking my system or is the r9 380 just not that powerful?
  12. Yeah the thing is is i already have an AMD board, would it be worth it to switch to intel? I mean I don't exactly have the money. My budget is around 150
  13. Hey, so I need help on a CPU upgrade. Basically the reason why I want to upgrade my CPU is because I'm assuming that its bottle-necking my GPU, making it run slower than its full potential. But I'm not really sure though, I want to make absolute sure that this is actually gonna improve my gaming performance and PC performance. Can someone help me? CPU I'm potentially buying: AMD FX-8350 My current CPU: AMD FX-6300 Other specs: RAM: 8GB DDR3 (2x4) Motherboard: ASUS M5A97 R2.0 Power Supply: Corsair CX750M GPU: Sapphire R9 380 Hard Drive: WD Caviar Black 600gb I was also planning on buying a nice heat sink with the upgrade as well. Can someone potentially help? Thanks
  14. Yeah I don't miss that old dual core. But judging by this forum I think I'm gonna save up or find a deal and get an SSD c: