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RTX 2070 Processor suggestion

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System:

HyperX 2x8 GB Fury

Asus Rampage Extreme IV

I7 4930K 3.4 GHZ

GIGABYTE RTX 2070 OC

 

Guys ı decided to buy Gigabyte RTX 2070 OC. ı read and researched but when ı researched ı learned something about my processor.it isnt enough for my gaming setup(If it is enough tell me .)

and can you suggest me lga 2011 socket processor for gaming.

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22 minutes ago, BiColaTesla said:

can you suggest me lga 2011 socket processor for gaming.

There's really no CPU to upgrade to, it's a dead platform and you already have the second best CPU available to it.

 

22 minutes ago, BiColaTesla said:

Guys ı decided to buy Gigabyte RTX 2070 OC.

Bought the worse value RTX card 2 weeks from new GPU being released? Can't you return it?


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8 minutes ago, BiColaTesla said:

and can you suggest me lga 2011 socket processor for gaming.

As @Princess Luna said above: the LGA 2011 is a dead platform.

I'm gonna suggest that you buy the Ryzen 3600 when it comes out in 2 weeks.


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8 minutes ago, BiColaTesla said:

System:

HyperX 2x8 GB Fury

Asus Rampage Extreme IV

I7 4930K 3.4 GHZ

GIGABYTE RTX 2070 OC

 

Guys ı decided to buy Gigabyte RTX 2070 OC. ı read and researched but when ı researched ı learned something about my processor.it isnt enough for my gaming setup(If it is enough tell me .)

and can you suggest me lga 2011 socket processor for gaming.

There was no reason to buy a low value card for an outdated system tbh. You could've just gotten a GPU reasonable for the 4930k. If.you had to get the rtx 2070, you should've gotten a new CPU and Mobo and ram. These extra expenses can't be helped, because you need to get your stuff up to date to support a modern GPU.


It is the fabled potato.

 

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16 minutes ago, BiColaTesla said:

and can you suggest me lga 2011 socket processor for gaming.

No, beceuse your system is fine. Even by todays standards its a pretty fine system that should last you another year or two.

 

You don't need to worry, just try it. If it doesn't work (wich there is no reason for it to), you can still think about upgrading.

 

Another LGA2011 CPU isn't a good idea because they are still on the expensive side.

 

The only thing you should do is grab another 2 Sticks of memory, if you happen to find some really cheap deals for that (30-40€ or so).


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3 minutes ago, BiColaTesla said:

 Princess Luna you are right.I can wait rtx super series.

Or the RX 5700 and 5700 XT

 

Also, use @Princess Luna so people see your responses


I WILL find your ITX build thread, and I WILL recommend the SIlverstone Sugo SG13B

 

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