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cpu for csgo thats under 200 for lga 1150?

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Why do you want to upgrade? A g3258 is more than capable of handling CSGO. 


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Just now, djdwosk97 said:

Why do you want to upgrade? A g3258 is more than capable of handling CSGO. 

because im looking to run cs at 200 to 300 fps and bo3 and gta5 at max 60 fps

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Maybe an AMD FX-8350, paired with a good GPU, youll be good to go


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1 minute ago, Luke Jackson said:

Maybe an AMD FX-8350, paired with a good GPU, youll be good to go

Why in gods name would anyone choose to get an FX8350. It's been a terrible choice for gaming since it launched in 2012. 


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Why in gods name would anyone choose to get an FX8350. It's been a terrible choice for gaming since it launched in 2012. 

I have been using it for a CPU (Havent updated signature in a long time) to play games Like GTA, Ark and The Division. Along with CSGO. It hasnt dissapointed me. Hense why I recommended it. Personal preference.


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ive got a 4670k and i run it 300fps ish at 1280x1024 lowest

 

see if you can grab 4460, 4670k, 4690k, 4770/k, 4790/k


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1 minute ago, Luke Jackson said:

I have been using it for a CPU (Havent updated signature in a long time) to play games Like GTA, Ark and The Division. Along with CSGO. It hasnt dissapointed me. Hense why I recommended it. Personal preference.

Sure, it's capable, but that doesn't make it a good choice.

 

You shouldn't be recommending something to someone just because it has "served you well" while there are FAR better options available. 


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I can suggest as I please. Id rather suggest something that I have experience with, rather than something I do not.


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5 minutes ago, Luke Jackson said:

Maybe an AMD FX-8350, paired with a good GPU, youll be good to go

and I'm not looking to go to amd anytime soon but not saying your wrong I'm just not a fx person if I ever go to amd its going to ryzen

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2 minutes ago, Luke Jackson said:

I can suggest as I please. Id rather suggest something that I have experience with, rather than something I do not.

well everyone else doesn't follow that, I recommend a lot of parts I have never used because they have good reviews.

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look at unlocked i5s or some of the xeon e1200s with hyper threading 


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14 minutes ago, Luke Jackson said:

I can suggest as I please. Id rather suggest something that I have experience with, rather than something I do not.

Plus, you can't stab a FX 8350 into LGA 1150.

 

FX 8350 gives horrible performance compared to modern Ryzen 3/5


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I5 4770K/I5 4790K can go for around $170 or less


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51 minutes ago, Luke Jackson said:

I can suggest as I please. Id rather suggest something that I have experience with, rather than something I do not.

Yes, you can, but why would you want to encourage someone to buy an inferior product that has been proven to be worse in every way by dozens of professional reviews and hundreds/thousands of non-professional reviews. 

 

That makes absolutely no sense. 


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