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Gingercan

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  1. I've actually started to get occasional stuttering and framedrops in specifically Rocket League with my 5700XT that I didn't get with my 1060. Playing with the exact same settings and with G-/Freesync enabled (monitor supports both). Could it be a driver issue or a faulty card? With my current clock, the card is otherwise stable
  2. Yeah exactly! I have freesync on. Just mentioned it to highlight the fact that I may not have needed the 5700xt
  3. I'll keep an eye out for either. If the price difference isn't insane, it'd make sense to go with the newer chipset. I've noticed it's a bit difficult to find affordable MOBOs that are mATX.
  4. That's the plan! Do you reckon a B550 is absolutely crucial of would a B450 be sufficient? Thanks for the imagery
  5. Well there it is, then. Gonna go ahead and get a 3600 and see if it gets better
  6. My current cpu is indeed doing everything it can. It's not overclockable, but it has a good after market cooler and the ram in 2x8GB DDR3 @ 1600MHz dual channel. I'm likely upgrading to a 3600 during Black Friday, so I'm actually just contemplating if I should return the 5700XT and keep rolling with my 1060 or if I should keep the GPU as well and just have a new PC basically.
  7. Hi! So I just bought a Sapphire Pulse 5700XT, expecting a day-night difference compared to my 1060. However, I don't feel like there was much of a jump - my CS:GO fps were basically the same and Rocket League is steadily locked at 144, not allowing me to see an increase. The largest increases were in Sea of thieves, where I went from about 60 fps to 90, as well as COD Warzone with similar numbers. HOWEVER, in both of those titles, the framerate was inconsistent and would often drop into the low 30s. I'm thinking this has something to do with my ageing 4771. Could it be the case
  8. Here, the X is like $30-40 more than the non-x and, as I understand it, the main difference is the included cooler and a slightly higher factory clock. Afaik, they're functionally the same processor.
  9. Well there we go. I'll go ahead and put up a few watchlists for the stuff above then. Thanks a bunch!
  10. Thanks for your insight! On the other hand, would a 3600 and 5700XT be overkill for 1080p144hz? I'm not planning to upgrade my display anytime soon but would like to be able to use the setup for a good few years ideally.
  11. Budget (including currency): About €800 / 8000SEK Country: SWE Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Presonus studio one 3 Professional, CS:GO, Rocket League, Sea of Thieves, GTA V, Apex Legends Other details Hi again! Currently on an i7-4771 + 1060 6GB and looking to upgrade around black friday. Here's what I'm thinking: PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6 GHz 6-Core Processor kr2249.00 @ NetOnNet
  12. All right, cheers. So something like a 5700XT or 2070S would be around the sweet spot then?
  13. I was thinking of trying to find a 5700XT or 2070S for under 400 on Black Friday. I guess what I'm asking is whether my cpu will bottleneck that gpu at 1080p.
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