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Posted · Original PosterOP

Forgot to add my ideal price will be around $1,500 prefer 1000 dollars or less for the CPU and motherboard total as I will be reason the RAM and storage and my case which is a be quiet pure base 600 in my current PSU is the EVGA 1300 watt 80+ gold ratedthought I had to get for my r925 X2 graphics card back in 2014 LOL because they needed like 30 amp 12 volt rails LOL

 

Considering upgrading my whole entire system from a 5960x with 16 gigs of ddr4 memory rate of speed 2133 megahertz which I can overclock 2400 megahertz and I'll be reusing the storage the nvme drive and the 3x10 terabyte hard drives I would like to keep Intel as my main choice for processor as my hard drive setup is on a raid 5 on an rst controller also next requirement I would need is to make sure it has at least 40 PCI lanes because I have a 16x graphics card that I will reuse for now in a few 1X pci-e cards I don't personally know from knowledge if onboard Wi-Fi and USB 3 count towards PCI Lanes or not but I wouldn't mind buying a cheaper motherboard does not have it but chances are if the system is going to be x299 imma have to buy a mid-range to high and motherboard that's probably going to have it but I would at least like 24 pcie Lanes at the minimum

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intel is going to cost you way more for the same performance.

X570 and a 3950X is going to a great chip and board combo.

Wi-Fi does use chipset PCIE lanes. USB3 hasn't for a long time.

 

that means a new CPU, motherboard, ram.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I wouldn't mind going team AMD but my main concern is is transferring my raid setup to AMD I do have a backup copy on my 2400g portable gaming PC which is just an 8 terabyte hard drive I'm not worried about steam because then I can just download but I already have that backed up on a 3 terabyte hard drive that is failing LOL because steam is automatically backed up on the cloud

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32 minutes ago, tjrose91 said:

I wouldn't mind going team AMD but my main concern is is transferring my raid setup to AMD I do have a backup copy on my 2400g portable gaming PC which is just an 8 terabyte hard drive I'm not worried about steam because then I can just download but I already have that backed up on a 3 terabyte hard drive that is failing LOL because steam is automatically backed up on the cloud

It'd be ideal to do a fresh install anyways, so be sure to have that backup.


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