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jirehbobs

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About jirehbobs

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    Philippines

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    AMD FX 8320e
  • Motherboard
    MSI 970 Gaming
  • RAM
    8gb DDR3 1866
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 970
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    Rosewill Challenger
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    1tb WD Black
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    Corsair CX750m
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    CM Seidon 120v
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    CM Devastator
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    CM Devastator
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1

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  1. Yeah TLDR is r6 + streaming. I guess I would need to upgrade the whole thing now. I'll just decide which one to upgrade first.
  2. I see what you mean. Thing is though, I'm doing some Rainbow Six Siege stream right now as I type this, and my CPU usage is spiking all the way up to high 90s% even 99% usage while my GPU is ok at 80ish %. I was about to even order a 2060 super but then this happens. I guess this is just bad game optimization from R6 but still, made my decision a bit harder now.
  3. Yeah like I said in the post, this upgrade is meant PURELY FOR RAINBOW SIX SIEGE WHILE STREAMING AT A DECENT QUALITY.
  4. I see. It's not that I'm not happy with my 1060, or even the whole rig for that matter. It's just that its not getting the job done in Rainbow Six Siege. And I would like to try and start streaming from here on out. Thanks for your advice my man.
  5. I see. Do you think a 2060 will do the job or should I go with the SUPER variant? 2070 is not really an option for me because of the price.
  6. I'm aware that $500 is not enough for an entire rig, hence the question of what to upgrade FIRST based on my objective. I mean if a cpu upgrade is what would give me a bigger boost in fps, then i'll go with that, if a gpu upgrade will do the job, then the same applies. Thing is with rainbow six siege I'm not quite sure if it is a gpu or cpu heavy game. It's kind of a weird game to be honest at least for me.
  7. Greetings from the Philippines! Here's my rig: MSI Z97 gaming 5 i7 4790 MSI GTX 1060 6gb 16GB 1866 RAM I have at least a P25,000 pesos (give or take $500) budget to upgrade my rig. Now the question is, what upgrade will give me a better gaming experience (more FPS) outright, a cpu or a gpu upgrade? Now with the budget that I have, I'm looking at either a ryzen 2700 + a good amd motherboard + 8gb or 16gb of RAM. OR An MSI rtx 2060 or 2060 super ventus OC. Or something along those lines in case said gpu is not in stock here in my area. EDIT: Note that whatever I upgrade first, I will then deal with the other parts in the near future. My main goal is to play rainbow six siege in a competitive setting, so that means none of the eye candy stuff, just a couple of settings cranked up so I can see the character models better, some FXAA, and thats it. And 144fps stable is a must. I would also like to stream some of my games at a decent quality when I'm not practicing with my team. I would like to note that I don't care much for all the extra bells and whistles like RGB, extra motherboard features, even ray tracing, I just like the new RTX cause of the new NVENC that I can utilize with it. Just a simple upgrade that can achieve the above stated objective without overspending would be great. TLDR: CPU or GPU upgrade for COMPETITIVE RAINBOW SIX SIEGE 144HZ + STREAMING.
  8. Yeah l agree. Like I said on my earlier reply, this is exactly why I considered RTX outright. I'm really leaning towards NVIDIA right now. But I'm still not sure whether to get the SUPER or NON SUPER variant.
  9. no worries i'll still give it a follow. mine is beben_tv so that you'll know it's me.
  10. Couldn't have said it better myself. Cheers friend!
  11. Thank you for that advice @xhackforeverxdx. I will definitely keep that in mind. By the way you can give me your twitch channel and I'll definitely give it a follow.
  12. With my current 1060, I AM ABLE to get a stable 144hz, albeit sacrificing in game AA which sometimes makes the game blurry for me. (I am a semi pro R6 player here in the Philippines so blurry graphics is somewhat a big deal for me). The reason for the upgrade is so that I can crank up R6 Anti Aliasing in game, while streaming at a better quality. I think the 2070 or 2070 super will be overkill for that. And I'm not sure if spending that much more will be worth it. Hence the 2060 or 2060 super options, and I guess now I am considering NAVI.
  13. I see. So does that mean a 2060 non super just wouldn't cut it?
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