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glock7

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  1. Alright. I'll do that more in the future as well then!
  2. Okay thanks. I'll go for the 3600 then.
  3. I've recently bought the new Microsoft Intellimouse pro and Its quite to my liking. Have used a 3.0 in the past and always loved it. My previous mouses were: - Razer deathadder 2013 - Razer Deathadder Elite - Zowie Ec1-a - Intellimouse 3.0 I still like the ec1-a the most, but it has major coating issues. The intellimouse pro is light, cheap and has a good sensor. I don't know what a dedicated snipe button is, though.
  4. Haha, I'm not quite sure what to believe now ^^ This all goes way over my head. I did just notice that on the original website I made my pc (Dutch website) I went for a 3600 mt/s LPX memory instead of the 3200 mhz. Is that better?
  5. Thanks for the advice. I've always used that site in the past to check how good parts are. So its very good to know that I shouldn't use it. Is there a website or place where you check your benchmarks?
  6. "Any motherboard with PCIe slots on it will be compatible with those cards, since PCIe is backwards compatible." Okay thanks Which motherboard would you recommend if I was to go for the new (unreleased) ryzen processors? Instead of the i5-10600k
  7. So this current motherboard (MSI GAMING Z97 GAMING 5) is not too bad for a 2070s or 2080s? Or even compatible? Problem with it is that the audio on the backpanel is broken and I can only have sound if I plug my headphones into my second monitor. Which has to be turned on always now, even though I dont use it much. Thats why Id like to upgrade mobo asap. But if the new ryzen series is close, I guess I can wait.
  8. Thats good to know. So it wont really be possible to use this CPU for a while longer in my new build, to wait for new CPUS. I'll probably go for the ryzen 5 3600 then and upgrade that in a few years.
  9. Thank you for your reply. Ive really considered waiting a bit longer, but I don't think I'll be able to afford a RTX 3080 and I heard t he 3070 will arrive later. I still am considering to wait for the new AMD processors. I really dislike RGB, the only reason I chose that SSD is because it was the cheapest 2tb one I could find. I won't purchase it now though I'll also use one of the recommended ssds in this thread
  10. Thanks a lot guys. I think I'll keep my cpu for now and wait for the new ryzen series.
  11. Thanks for the list. I was planning to use the Noctua NH-d15 cpu cooler. Its still not clear to me if its possible to keep my current CPU to bridge the gap until the new AMD processors arrive. I don't really understand if the motherboard you linked is compatible with the i7-4790k and if it would be too much of a bottleneck. if it is a bottleneck/not compatible, I'll go for either the processor you linked or the 3700x. Much thanks, I really appreciate it. EDIT: People have already answered this question. So nevermind
  12. Thank you for the advice guys. I still have a one question. Is it worth it to upgrade from my i7-4790k to the ryzen 5 3600? On UserBenchmark they seem comparable in performance. I wouldnt mind hanging onto this cpu a little bit longer and wait for the new ryzen cpus, if it doesn't bottleneck a 2070s or 2080s too much. I dont even know if its compatible with a msi b450 tomahack or to a comparable board.
  13. I was also wondering if my CPU is still good enough to last for a while, or if it will bottleneck a 2070s or 2080s too much. I heard new AMD cpus are on the horizon and I'm wondering if its better to upgrade the CPU a little bit later.
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