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leunam14

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  1. I wanted to tell you guys, that i got a deal in a new 3800x, and made the change. The experience in assasins creed odissey, and horizon zero dawn change drasticly. The tr1950x had a lot of frametime issues, and i love the smoothness of my build now. Thanks a lot for the advise.
  2. Budget (including currency): 0 dollars Country: Dominican Republic Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): Hi, is it worth sidegrading my 3d rendering pc to only gaming 1950x to 3700x for free? In 2018 i builded a 3d rendering worsktation for maya and 3ds max, with a Ryzen tr 1950x, 64gb of ram 2400mhz, and rtx2080. i use a 4k 60hz 75 inch tv without adaptive sinc. I am no longer using it for work and just gaming with it in my mancave. I play red dead redemption 2, horizon zero dawn, assassins creed odissey, and waiting to play ciberpunk. I like good visuals (high or ultra) 4k 60hz with 80% scaling to get constant 60hz with vsinc. Dont care about high refresh rate, i dont play competitive games. My 1% lows are very bad and i get constant stuttering, so i changed the ram to 32gb of ddr4 3200. And most of of the stuttering is gone. But i have the option of sidegrading from a 1950x to a 3700x without spending money, just selling my old mobo and cpu. And i want to know if it is worth it. just to get stable 60fps for the next great AAA games.
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