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Xanthus1214

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  1. i knew i met the minimum, i'm hoping my overclock will give me a boost.
  2. Hi everyone! I, like everyone in the VR community, am very excited for boneworks. Is anyone out there using an I5 4690k to play it? I know its old and it might not work too great with the game, but i would like to know if i could play it now or wait until my PC upgrade in a few months. My System: CPU: I5 4690k Overclocked to 4.6 GHz GPU: GTX 1070 RAM: 32gb I appreciate the help! I'm sorry if someone else has already answered this, I googled it and searched here and could not find the answer.
  3. I might consider that for saving money, but i'm hoping to use my old PC to get my girlfriend into PC gaming. Thank you for the advice on the processor, i wasn't aware of that.
  4. Thank you! I will be trying to upgrade to a Ryzen 7 3800x and a 2080 super soon.
  5. Hi everyone! I have a few questions for my setup. I have an I5 4690k and a 1070 and I'm wondering if my processor is bottlenecking my GPU. I primarily play VR and i notice that a lot of games like Zero Caliber just wont run very well and my oculus rift home loves to lag. I'm pretty sure it's because of my cpu but i know there are a lot more knowledgeable people on here. Hopefully soon i will be able to get a whole new pc, but if that doesn't work out, should i upgrade my processor or my graphics card? I've had friends tell me that my graphics card is the problem and other friends tell me its my cpu. Thank you for your time! I forgot to add, when playing normal games like gta v task manager says that my cpu and gpu utilization is 100% i haven't looked at what it says when i play vr.
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