Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

millo3746

Member
  • Content Count

    7
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Awards

This user doesn't have any awards

About millo3746

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday August 23

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Games, Memes, Nogizaka
  • Occupation
    University Student

System

  • CPU
    RYZEN 5 3500X
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450M PRO M2 MAX
  • RAM
    2x4 2400Mhz TEAMGROUP
  • GPU
    MSI NVIDIA GTX 1660 SUPER
  • Storage
    1x1Tb WD CAVIAR BLUE HDD, 1x256Gb LEXAR SSD
  • PSU
    BITFENIX WHISPER 550W GOLD 80+
  • Display(s)
    AOC 24V2Q 75Hz
  • Operating System
    WINDOWS 10 PRO
  • Laptop
    Lenovo Ideapad S340, Ryzen 3 3200U, Vega 3, 8GB RAM
  1. Oh, i thought it is overkill because i see lots of game benchmark vids that uses ram less than 10gb (except battlefield 5, where it uses around 10gb~11gb) and i don't plan on playing while using other apps or streaming... I might be mistaken with what those numbers show though, pardon me. And thank you for the information!!
  2. Hello. I currently have a R5 3500X and GTX 1660 Super, with 2X4GB CL 14 RAM, only dual channel motherboard (b450m) I thought it would give me microstutters or limit my fps on modern games due to their heavy graphics I watched some vids on YouTube which shows 12GB ram delivers more or less the same performance as 16GB, and i thought 16GB is overkill so i thought about getting 12GB and i am on a tight budget The only problem is, I don't know much about rams and i have some questions i would like to ask Is it okay to mix different frequencies ram? Like,
  3. Waiting for a new entry level $200~$300 card from AMD. Hopefully will come out around Q1 2021.
  4. Idk if this is considered as low-mid but I'm currently using a GTX 1060 3Gb. Upgrading Q1 next year if any budget Big Navi entry cards releases. If not, well I'll just go buy a 5600 XT.
  5. Yeah, i really hope mid range cards will come out around Q1 2021 There are frequent leaks of nvidia new gpus, which is good, but we rarely hear from amd, and i'm losing hope for them because i am targeting for an amd card. It's just a matter of how i can manage my patience, i hope i can hold with whatever i have until they release their next gen mid end card.
  6. Taking these points into consideration, i have decided i am going to stick with my 1060 3gb and save more for a better card than 5500 XT. Thank you everyone!
  7. Hello everyone! New to the forums. Sorry if it's on the wrong topic. As the title says, i currently have a 1060 3gb, been using it from 2017, first build. It worked very well when i was at 768p gaming. But since i upgraded to 1080p monitor, Every game i play is averaging 40~55 (high preset) in new games I want to know how much extra fps will the 5500 XT bring me, and is it recommendable for 1080p high~ultra presets? I aim to be able to get 60+ fps on at least high preset. And is it worth upgrading to this GPU from my current 1060 3gb? Or is it just better if i save for 5600 XT
×