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paasne

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  1. Budget (including currency): ~1100$ Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Primary use is gaming and office/shcool work. No content creation at all. Other details For GPU, I will use my old 960 until I can get my hands on the new RX 6800. In january I will upgrade to a 1440p 144+hz monitor. I plan to bulid next week with the ryzen launch. I already have storage. Current monitor is a 1080p 144hz, but I'm looking to upgrade to 1440p 165hz very soon. Anything you would change for the build below? PCPartPicker Part List CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600X
  2. Title says it I guess. Due too MSI cashback, and other local rebat, I would be able to get a 3900x for only 30$ more than what the 5600x assumely will end up costing (from europe, so prices might not be fixed yet). This offer only last untill the end of oktober, so waiting for benchmark is unfortunatly not an option. I don't do any kind of productivity work, pretty much only school and gaming. Do you guys think it will be worth it to get the 3900x over the 5600x? It's twice the amount of cores, and same turbo clock speed. But how many games, if any, uses more than 6 cores now, and
  3. Yes, the VS is an orange label. What's wrong with that model?
  4. Yes. I would very much like to upgrade parts of my pc, for better performance, and keep the ones you quoted (Case, PSU, HDD, SSD). The list was my own suggestion, after browsing different reviews/youtube videos. Very unsure if it is the correct fit, or other brands/models would be more beneficial. And yeah, apparently I'm blind about the incompatibilities on PCPartPicker. I wont be able to upgrade the bios on it.
  5. How much more are we talking? I might be able to do 700$, as long as I can reuse the other parts from my current system
  6. Hi I'm looking to get a better experience using my desktop. I am running a dual monitor setup, both 1080p, with one of them being 144hz. I primarily use it for gaming, schoolwork and webbrowsing etc. Games I play is wow, csgo, lol and I just picked up the witcher 3. I am primarily conserned about csgo, which I have been averaging ~110 fps in lately. This is with everything on medium, and optimized (per some youtube guides) for performance. My current build CPU: i5 4460 Motherboard: MSI B85-G43 GAMING RAM: Crucial 2x8 GB DDR3 1600mhz
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