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Hello people when will my pc shall be considered oudatted

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Hello people, I upgraded to a vega 56 and a ryzen 2700, I have 2*8 3000mhz ram and a proper PSU, cooling. I want my pc in 3-4 years to perform 60 fps 1080p on medium as an acceptable aging process for my wallet. Is that too much to ask?

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Is it too much to ask? Not really.

Can we be certain that it won't get outdated? No way, we can't see the future. What if every new game adopts RTX, or DLSS? Would be tricky for old Vega to keep up.


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Bassed on the last 8 or so years ... that will probably last another 8 years CPU wise. Possibly 4 years GPU wise.

 

Consider that people still regularly run 2nd gen (sandybridge) intel CPU's today without issue.

 

GPU's on theo ther hand tend to get outdate relativly quickly due to increasing resultions and graphical details added to game engines. So 4 years is a good estimate for what ur after.


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in direct response to the thread title.

 

When will your computer be considered outdated? Yesterday 😛

 

This is the world of tech, something new is always around the corner. 

 

 

However your build is great and will likely run fine for the next 5 years, barring some unforseen technological advancement.


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1 hour ago, Gregoriou said:

Hello people, I upgraded to a vega 56 and a ryzen 2700, I have 2*8 3000mhz ram and a proper PSU, cooling. I want my pc in 3-4 years to perform 60 fps 1080p on medium as an acceptable aging process for my wallet. Is that too much to ask?

Untill you think that your PC is not capable to performs tasks efficiently as you want 

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My crystal ball says your CPU will survive at least two more GPU upgrades before you gotta redo the whole thing.

 

And that's like 3-5 years easy. My 4570 can do 1080p medium 60 with a 1060 3gb on most games that aren't assassin's Creed, and that's 5 years old now.


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