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Should i wait for gen 10 intel CPU

1 hour ago, HKDOE said:

full on settings

Monster hunter 70-90 fps

Rainbow6 30 - 40 fps

 

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CPU: Intel(R)Core(TM)i5 -7500@3.40GHz
Mother Board: ASUS STRIX B250G GAMING
RAM: HyperX Furry 2400MHz 8GB X2
GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1080 Ti
OS : window 10

Monitor : ASUS VG27BQ

Yea cpu seems limiting.

 

Id wait till end of month if you can, intel should do a launch. Then you can decide if the next gen is worth it. Even if you don't get next gen, there is a reasonble change either amd or intel will lower prices on current chips.

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Recently i brought my new monitor ASUS VG27BQ ,i use 165hrz with 2K even when i am browsing the web , and there is a spike of CPU usage when i switch tabs / load a tab , I think is because of the high refresh rate that my i5 - 7500 core cant handle the 165hrz refresh rate

 

So i am thinking about ,should i change a core that already release or wait for the next generation.

 

And even i am with a 1080 Ti GPU i still cant use the full potential of the monitor with high game setting so is it my CPU causing this problem? That dragging the performance of the system ,or is just my equipment are not powerful enough

 

 

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No. Just be another expensive 14nm chip. 

 

AMD or Bust, if on a tight budget, upgrade to 7700K (more threads + OC) and get a bigger GPU instead. 2060 2080 or bigger would be ideal or AMD equivalent. 


 

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11 minutes ago, ShrimpBrime said:

No. Just be another expensive 14nm chip. 

 

AMD or Bust, if on a tight budget, upgrade to 7700K (more threads + OC) and get a bigger GPU instead. 2060 or bigger would be ideal or AMD equivalent. 

then why not a 9 gen i5 cpu (but need a new board)

it seems 2080 bench mark is better then 1080 ti a bit and 2060 is much good as 1080 ti 

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Just now, HKDOE said:

then why not a 9 gen i5 cpu (but need a new board)

it seems 2080 bench mark is better then 1080 ti a bit

I don't know why not, because I don't know your current system specs beside a couple of pieces. lol.

Yea a 2080 is a little faster than a 1080ti. Has more Cuda's


 

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4 minutes ago, HKDOE said:

then why not a 9 gen i5 cpu (but need a new board)

it seems 2080 bench mark is better then 1080 ti a bit and 2060 is much good as 1080 ti 

A 2060 is not as good as a 1080 ti.  


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12 minutes ago, nick name said:

@ShrimpBrime Is that LN2 being poured into a running washing machine?

 

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A 2060 is not as good as a 1080 ti.

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11 minutes ago, nick name said:

A 2060 is not as good as a 1080 ti.  

So there are a bottle neck on the CPU

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1 hour ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

What fps are you getting in games?  If its much under 165 and cpu limited, probably time for a new cpu

 

Id probably wait till end of april, thats when 10th gen intel is sposto be launched.

full on settings

Monster hunter 70-90 fps

Rainbow6 30 - 40 fps

 

Spec

CPU: Intel(R)Core(TM)i5 -7500@3.40GHz
Mother Board: ASUS STRIX B250G GAMING
RAM: HyperX Furry 2400MHz 8GB X2
GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1080 Ti
OS : window 10

Monitor : ASUS VG27BQ

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1 hour ago, HKDOE said:

full on settings

Monster hunter 70-90 fps

Rainbow6 30 - 40 fps

 

Spec

CPU: Intel(R)Core(TM)i5 -7500@3.40GHz
Mother Board: ASUS STRIX B250G GAMING
RAM: HyperX Furry 2400MHz 8GB X2
GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1080 Ti
OS : window 10

Monitor : ASUS VG27BQ

Yea cpu seems limiting.

 

Id wait till end of month if you can, intel should do a launch. Then you can decide if the next gen is worth it. Even if you don't get next gen, there is a reasonble change either amd or intel will lower prices on current chips.

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8 hours ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

Yea cpu seems limiting.

 

Id wait till end of month if you can, intel should do a launch. Then you can decide if the next gen is worth it. Even if you don't get next gen, there is a reasonble change either amd or intel will lower prices on current chips.

K , thx 

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