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  1. Alright, I'll go try this later. Thanks for the help!
  2. Thank you! Alright, thank you on the suggestion to avoid upgrading the SSD, I was skeptical of keeping the 860 evo just because it's not considered top of the line for its' time. It's the same story with me considering replacing the 2080 ti with a better one (as the dual is not that great in terms of 2080 ti's either) Yeah after some consideration I'd be inclined to agree. Some research lead me to understanding that the 3700x would fare barely better than my current one due to having similar (and described by linus at one point I believe) limitations on bus speed. The 4k series from what I understand does away with that a bit? I might have to get ahold of someone to help me understand how to (relatively safely) overclock my RAM then, as I have a strong feeling my limitations are tied to that CAS latency (either that or my RAM might be bad(!!)). Alright I'll look into that, although I am fond of the feel of my current curved screen display (gives an artificial feel of field of view). I went ahead and found another Samsung display that fits more what i like, while staying within what you reccomend (https://pcpartpicker.com/product/z6YWGX/samsung-c27hg70-269-2560x1440-144-hz-monitor-lc27hg70qqnxza). I also do like VA panels, a bit of the best of both worlds (assuming there is no blur, as I had with my old old monitor before this one). Comments are still appreciated though. Thanks for the help both you and 5x5!
  3. Would that mean some of the fps issues I'm having would be more tied to software (whether game or on pc)?
  4. Budget (including currency): $850 Country: USA Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: large scale building, High-detail, streaming, minor rendering (ex. War Thunder, DCS, Halo: Master Chief Collection, ARK: Survival Evolved) Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): My current parts list is here (excluding my thrustmaster control kit): https://pcpartpicker.com/list/cx9PTC I'm asking for opinions on how to upgrade this system. For sure I want to stay Ryzen, and I can't afford to replace the GPU unless someone magically buys my current one off my hands. I am thinking about getting a Samsung 970 1 TB PCI-E SSD, but not sure if I really need it unless that 860 is actually bottlenecking my system. I am also considering grabbing a 3700X since the market right now for them is pretty good. Lastly I am also concerned about my current ram being the bottleneck that I'm feeling, due to the high CAS latency? Or maybe it's just the CPU not being able to handle higher bus speeds? Overall I just need help deciding what to do, and what would improve it the most. From what I understand the 2080 ti is overkill for a 1080p screen so it's honestly just ironing out what is limiting it on some more demanding games. (Sidenote-question-thing: I am currently running my RAM in XMP mode from a suggestion given to me in the past.From what I understand the mode is unstable? And if so, should I just set it to the max my CPU is capable of dealing with or no?)
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