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    Wondering if this temp is ok?

    wraith spire
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    Wondering if this temp is ok?

    no its just stock with the boost speed and the wrath spire cooler it came with.
  3. Just installed my new processor and was wondering if these temps are good when i'm gaming on heavy loads like overwatch on ultra it runs about 70-71c max and other games around 60c give or take. its a ryzen 2600x btw thanks for any input.
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    PSU for Vega 56 + Ryzen 5 2600?

    well like you said if you wanna future proof a bit then a vega 56 would be good however we don't know how long it will take developers to take advantage of the vega cards they still have to abide by console standards which they might just port over and not give any features the ti on the other hand is also very good right and wont go anywhere anytime soon so both cards will last you a long time. They are both pretty much the same performance wise and if you really don't mind waiting and want an amd card you can wait for the Navi cards that AMd is releasing that will rival the Nvidia cards at a cheaper price. (supposably that's what the leaks say). If not it's really your preference at this point.
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    Rx 570 on ryzen 3 1300x causes bottleneck ?

    I mean i used to have a rx580 4gb and a ryzen 5 1400 and it ran great on everything high except shadows and motion blur off around 120 frames a sec average. I dont know how far in power a 570 and a 580 is but i wouldn't expect a lot.
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    PSU for Vega 56 + Ryzen 5 2600?

    I was in the same predicament and decide on getting a 1070ti because I don't have a freesync monitor and it was a bit faster in most games than the 56 form the test i saw however if you do have a freesync monitor I would go for the 56. It also gets a bit hotter than a ti but it shouldn't be a problem. idk where your buying it but newegg also has a special where you get 3 free games if you buy an amd card as well as Nvidia cards also but only one game so that's something to keep in mind.
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    Cpu Temperatures

    oh ok, also I was using core temp to see my temperature settings is that reliable or no.
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    Cpu Temperatures

    its a ryzen 5 2600x and it has the warith spire
  9. So I just installed a new processor and was wondering if these temperatures are fine. When i'm idling and have nothing open it stays around 31 c give or take and whenever i open something iit jumps like 10 degrees then starts going down and up again fluctuating up and down from 32 or so to like 42, 45, then when im playing games it goes to like 60 max under high load and that temperature usually stays constant going up and down a couple degrees. So really what I was wondering is if these temps are fine and is that spiking bad when I open programs and do other stuff. Thanks for any input.
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    Help decide which processor.

    so wait i was just looking around and i found a ryzen 5 2600x for 10 more dollars would that be better or no
  11. David_2716

    Help decide which processor.

    Na lol I just wanna play games with my freinds and stuff I don't really care about streaming
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    Help decide which processor.

    It's just for gaming
  13. So I'm looking for a new processor and I was wondering which processor out of these two would be better. Theirs the ryzen 5 2600 that's $180 and the ryzen 7 1700 that's 210. If it comes down to it I don't mind paying an extra 30 for the 7 if it is better but then again I don't want to waste money if I don't have to. Also have a 1070ti at the moment and was wondering which would be a better match for it to get maximum performance at 1080p. Thanks for any input in advanced.
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    New processor enough?

    I have a b350a asus mobo
  15. I'm thinking of buying a new processor for my amd motherboard I was thinking of the ryzen 7 1700 and was just wondering if this was enough to run with my 1070ti or should I just upgrade my current ryzen 5 to a better model. Because as of now I have a ryzen 5 1400 and it's definetly bottlenecking my gpu. Also when I do buy my new processor is there anything I need to do before or after installing it like drivers etc. Thanks for any input.
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