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  1. Thank you all for your help. From what i see it would appear to be better to go the AMD route and rather sell my old components. Wish you all a good one.
  2. As posted by boggy77, I'm more interest in the cost factor. I know the AMD upgrade will yield more performance, however I'm thinking of the cost to performance factor as I am working on a budget.
  3. I know the bottneck on the GTX 1050ti will be big, however currently i have no problems on the GTX 1050ti at the moment and as for the GPU upgrade, i will be getting the RX5600xt at the end of the month. Just want to know which CPU would be the better upgrade should one be needed. *I apologise for not including the the RX5600xt in the first post, thought i had typed it in. (Shouldv'e proof read before clicking submit)
  4. Hi, I would like to know would it be worth it to upgrade my i3-8100 to either an i5-9400f or a R5-3600. I am currently on an Asus ROG Strix B360g motherboard and would like to upgrade my CPU. My question is what do i choose, the i5-9400f where i can keep my current motherboard or will the performance increase be worth it to go for a full AMD purchase of the R5-3600 with a motherboard? I currently have a GTX 1050 ti which i am going to be upgrading at later stage.