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RockerM3

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  1. RockerM3

    Advice on new GPU

    Won't it bottleneck the cpu? I'll be sure to do the ram thing but i'm not overclocking anything. Just stock.
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    Advice on new GPU

    I'm planning to change my RX470 since its almost 3 years old and I really don't know what to pick from AMD. My system is: Ryzen 5 1600X 8GB RAM (planning to add more) B350M-A Seasonic Focus Plus Gold 650w So, what AMD gpu is better for my current specs? Thanks!
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    Upgrading to Ryzen 3rd Gen

    Thank you, I'll keep it in mind. Hopefully at the end of the year.
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    Upgrading to Ryzen 3rd Gen

    I think these are the words that I really needed. Maybe I'll just change my GPU, get another stick of RAM and see how things go from there. Thank you!
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    Upgrading to Ryzen 3rd Gen

    Yes, I know that, but how is it related to my question?
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    Upgrading to Ryzen 3rd Gen

    I'm planning to add more RAM but what's your point with the SSD?
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    Upgrading to Ryzen 3rd Gen

    I mean, the thing is that I can get something better while paying almost the same that it costed me a year ago and it is quite tempting. I'll upgrade my GPU some time this year though.
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    Upgrading to Ryzen 3rd Gen

    I have a 650w Seasonic Focus Plus Gold, my RAM is Ballistix DDR4 2400mhz 8GB and I don't have an SSD.
  9. My current specs are: Ryzen 5 1600X B350M-A RX470 8GB RAM I upgraded my CPU and mobo only last year but looking how 3rd Gen performs it just makes me want to upgrade again but I don't know if it's really worth it or not. In comparison, I bought the Ryzen 5 1600 with that motherboard combo last year and it costed me the same as a Ryzen 5 3600X with a X370 Asrock Killer SLI combo. Should I buy it and is it really worth it? Also, I don't know if that motherboard is any good. I'm also planning in the future to change my GPU. It'd be nice to have a system that can last me 4+ years. Thanks!
  10. So I've been having this since the very beginning but I googled it and it seemed normal but I just want to be sure. As the title says, the CPU goes up and down with temps. On idle its almost 30-35 but sometimes it goes up to 40-45 then goes down again and at full load its around 60 and I stress tested it with AIDA and had 58 as the max temp it reached. I created a custom fan curve for this and it seems to have helped. According to Ryzen Master the vcore is 1.375 but sometimes it goes over but it's just for a bit, up to 1.46 and sometimes 1.5. I dont know if I should lower it down a bit or notWhile gaming it is quite stable, depending the game for example BF1 its around 50-53 all the time and other less intensive games like Warframe is 45 but it keeps fluctuating aswell. My cooler is an ID Cooling SE-214C. Its not the best but it gets the job done. And also my BIOS is up to date. Is this normal? Should I change something? Thanks in advance!
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    Stuttering while gaming

    When I play games like Battlefield 1, the Final Fantasy XV demo or even Warframe, my computer stutters but the audio is still running in the background and sometimes it just completely crashes the game. It's incredibly annoying, my CPU never goes over 60ºC and my graphics card never goes over 70ºC. This computer is pretty much new, it has a month of use, before I had a FX6300 with an Asus M5A78L LE and I didn't have this type of problem. Also, I installed a previous driver for my graphics card but the issue remains. Windows 8.1 Pro 64 bit Ryzen 5 1600x 3.6 GHZ no OC 8 GB RAM 2400 MHZ Crucial DDR4 RX 470 8GB Sapphire My PSU has a wattage of 530W. I know it's not the best but it gets the job done at least. My BIOS has the version 3803. Thanks!
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