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QuartzKayak

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  1. Then that sounds like what I'll end up doing. Thanks.
  2. So, I guess I should ask what would be a larger priority? CPU or GPU? Again, Mostly I find issues in VR games. Unless I'm mistaken, VR games tend to use the CPU more due to the tracking calculations. Thus, leads me to believe I should upgrade the CPU.
  3. Funnily enough, I appear to know less about this than I previously thought.
  4. Honestly, when it comes to part upgrades, I'm not looking to get the best of the best, per se. Only trying to get an Idea of what should or shouldn't need an upgrade to get decent frames inside of games, especially that of VR games. I seem to get a solid 30 FPS in games like Blade and Sorcery. In terms of a Budget, Looking somewhere around a $300 point, but I do know if I end up having to upgrade my cpu, my motherboard will require an upgrade too.
  5. Alright, so I've been debating for a long time whether I should upgrade what I have to something better and, if so, what should be upgraded. As it stands, I'm using a PC I built probably 5 years ago? Includes: EVGA GTX 1050 Ti SC Intel i5-2500 3.3GHz CPU 32GB RAM Corsair Vengeance (Pro?) Gigabyte ga-b75m-d3h Motherboard and I'm using a 2 monitor setup, Primary is 1920x1080 60Hz and Secondary is a cheap 1600x1200 60Hz. Typically play several newer games, including VR titles such as Half-Life: Alyx. Strangely enough, I found it to be quite playable. Any suggestions? (Apologies if this is the wrong forum to post on)
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