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r7 2700(non x) with gtx 1660 super

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Should i get a r7 2700 or a r5 3500 with gtx 1660 super. They are available for the same price, for gaming and home use. Or should i go for a 3300x.

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I would suggest the 2700 but i tend to use my computer for work and gaming. Generally speaking nowadays its best bet to go with atleast a 6 core for gaming EVEN though the 3100 and 3300x are honestly damn good for a quad core. IMO get the 2700 you might have slightly lower fps but honestly unless you're wanting past 144hz it shouldnt matter. Along with this cpu lasting you longer and allowing you to do more with you computer. 

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2 minutes ago, siri_killer17 said:

i dont intend to upgrade this pc for a few years, and the moniter will be 1080p 60hz

then the 2700 100%! Thats a great cpu and this is coming from someone with a r7 1700 who doesn't plan to upgrade for another atleast 4 years.

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2700 +1 vote!


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