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  1. Have you updated the Bios??? I've heard you must flash your bios with the older chip so the 3000 series chips will work. https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/B350-TOMAHAWK#support-cpu NVM, Misread you updated the Bios already, buddy had a B450-F motherboard.
  2. Chips run hot, and I think it has to do with not having AVX. I don't really wanna push it since it shouldn't matter if it's 3.8 or 4 ghz. I had a corsair H75 and MasterAir MA610P but the system just runs to hot for my liking. I'm thinking about doing a new rig sometime this month. Asus AM4 TUF Gaming X570-Plus /w a 3900X Ryzen… Maybe a 5700XT Graphics, DDR4 memory
  3. You can stream pretty good with 6 cores using OBS: Open Broadcaster Software. Most games use 4 cores still. Stay with the i7 9700F. You wouldn't really see an improvement.
  4. Call of Duty warzone wouldn't let me play on my Xeon w3670 /w a 970 GTX video card. It's hard to believe that Intel Core i3-4340, 2 core / 4 thread (Intel's fourth gen cores) is somehow able to run warzone. The i3-4340 is the minimum requirement for CoD Warzone. Basically warzones requires Intel fourth generation chip or higher. i7-9xx series and the Xeon 35xx, 36xx, 55xx, and 56xx / LGA 1366 sockets slowly becoming obsolete in the high end gaming world. My x58 gigabyte board is going to be retired. I'm thinking about going with a Asus AM4 TUF Gaming X570-Plus /w a 3900X Ryzen...