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Bottleneck

4 minutes ago, Survinar said:

I already have a rx 590 so i should go with the 3300x?

Oh, I thought you were looking to buy. Well, yes, unless you are looking to buy a new GPU come September (RTX 3000 series). If you want to upgrade with no problems, just get the 3600. It's an awesome value CPU. The 3300x is a little hard to find right now, supply problems.

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You need to list the load type. You can put any parts together in a machine and have zero bottleneck if theres no load type

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1 minute ago, emosun said:

You need to list the load type. You can put any parts together in a machine and have zero bottleneck if theres no load type

What do you mean by load type? What i usually do on the computer? In that case i just game on it

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3 minutes ago, Survinar said:

In that case i just game on it

just video games thats it? any particular games or settings? or is it just pong at 240p?

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3 minutes ago, Survinar said:

What do you mean by load type? What i usually do on the computer? In that case i just game on it

*What games*


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2 minutes ago, emosun said:

just video games thats it? any particular games or settings? or is it just pong at 240p?

I mean most of the time its gonna be used for gaming, sure im gonna also do some word and powerpoints on it but primarily its gonna be gaming. I usually play Rainbow 6 and Warzone, on medium settings at 1080p

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12 minutes ago, Survinar said:

Will a rx 590 and a ryzen 5 3600x create a bottleneck? 

I would not suggest to pair the 590 with the 3600x. It does depend on the load type. I would recommend something like a 3300x and a RX 5600 XT if you are in that sort of price bracket, just to balance it out a bit.


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1 minute ago, BlueScope819 said:

I would not suggest to pair the 590 with the 3600x. It does depend on the load type. I would recommend something like a 3300x and a RX 5600 XT if you are in that sort of price bracket, just to balance it out a bit.

I already have a rx 590 so i should go with the 3300x?

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4 minutes ago, Survinar said:

I already have a rx 590 so i should go with the 3300x?

Oh, I thought you were looking to buy. Well, yes, unless you are looking to buy a new GPU come September (RTX 3000 series). If you want to upgrade with no problems, just get the 3600. It's an awesome value CPU. The 3300x is a little hard to find right now, supply problems.


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Just now, BlueScope819 said:

Oh, I thought you were looking to buy. Well, yes, unless you are looking to buy a new GPU come September (RTX 3000 series). If you want to upgrade with no problems, just get the 3600. It's an awesome value CPU. The 3300x is a little hard to find right now, supply problems.

Ah alright thank you very much! 

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