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Jango52517

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    Jango52517 got a reaction from KarathKasun in Upgrading an old build from somewhere around 2012   
    Wow awesome thank you!!! I'm gonna look around a bit too just to make sure there's nothing extra I need/want but thats definitely a solid choice and it'll give me some extra room in my budget!
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    Jango52517 reacted to BubblyCharizard in Upgrading an old build from somewhere around 2012   
    Ryzen 7 3800x or Ryzen 9 3900x
     
     
    the 9900k might be good for gaming, but its expensive 
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    Jango52517 reacted to KarathKasun in Upgrading an old build from somewhere around 2012   
    If you are not getting a CPU strictly for gaming, get the same priced AMD chip.  Tiny bit behind in gaming, way ahead in other things... especially on the video side of things.
     
    CPU compatibility issues havent been an issue with a new CPU for a decade or more, unless you count first gen Ryzen being kinda picky about memory if going above ~2400 at launch.
     
    If you count feature checkboxes, Ryzen is ahead currently as it supports PCIe 4.0.  5GB/s SSD transfers are possible because of this, up from 2.5GB/s.
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    Jango52517 reacted to KarathKasun in Upgrading an old build from somewhere around 2012   
    ASUS Prime X570-P
    https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16813119199?Item=N82E16813119199
     
    If you dont need anything extra built into the MB, thats about as good as it gets.  Strong VRM, no frills.
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