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Percival2644

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    Percival2644 reacted to Stockholmes in Ryzen 7 5800x w/RTX 3060 Ti Or RX 6700 Xt?   
    Then that GPU sounds fantastic! 🙂 
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    Percival2644 reacted to davemc in Ryzen 7 5800x w/RTX 3060 Ti Or RX 6700 Xt?   
    If you are judging by MSRP pricing the 3060 ti is a way better value
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    Percival2644 reacted to SorryClaire in For Long Term CPU and a few years GPU Till shortage is over, which would you recommend more: Ryzen 9 5900x w/RTX 3060 or Ryzen 7 5800x w/RX 6700 XT   
    Honestly the others have said it for me. 5600X will last you for now and 5800/5900X are basically the same but it might wont pay off if the industry shifts to focus on GPU power instead of CPU actually happen. Weigh what youre doing and see if you gonna benefit on more than 6-8 cores/12-16 Threads.
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    Percival2644 reacted to SorryClaire in For Long Term CPU and a few years GPU Till shortage is over, which would you recommend more: Ryzen 9 5900x w/RTX 3060 or Ryzen 7 5800x w/RX 6700 XT   
    This is quite decent, but if you gonna get a mid-high end prebuild that you gonna upgrade down the road you REALLY gotta make sure that its not running a different sized PSU than ATX or SFX, or a proprietary pinning layout/railings beyond the standard 12V or 12VO. A low wattage proprietary PSU can basically pinch you off any form of good upgrade paths unless you run adapters which can be a massive fire hazard. HP Omen does run an ATX PSU afaik, but its also plagued with overly conservative power limits off the factory. Consider ibuypower, thatll be my pick.
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    Percival2644 reacted to SorryClaire in For Long Term CPU and a few years GPU Till shortage is over, which would you recommend more: Ryzen 9 5900x w/RTX 3060 or Ryzen 7 5800x w/RX 6700 XT   
    Im sorry, force of Habit.
     
    So there's a standard in computers called ATX, introduced by intel in 1995 to standardize the size and railing (basically the the size and speed limits of the "roads" for the electricity to go to) of Power Supply and Motherboard. Basically, this lets you in theory use any form of ATX motherboard, ATX power supply, and ATX-Supported case combinations with no issues at all due to well, they basically uses the same standards of size and power. This means more upgrade paths for you.
     
    The reason why some OEMs dont want to use ATX standards even nowadays? In my opinion its a Planned Obsolescence to make sure that you wont just swap board and power supply when your CPU just wont cut it at all, but it can also be due to size constrains as ATX is as i say, super specific in sizing.
     
    CyberPower uses consumer, off the shelf component so they all usually already have ATX standards.
    Honestly, overbuying AM4 motherboard especially now wont be advantageous at all. B550 chipset boards are decent enough and most of the ones i know of already comes with built in 5.1 Bluetooth and Wifi5/6. My recommendation in general is B550-F Gaming Strix from Asus, but adjust to what CyberPower have by reading IN DEPTH reviews of the board.
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    Percival2644 got a reaction from Moonzy in Does the Ryzen 9 5900x and RTX 3060 work ok together?   
    Thank you once again! I'm gonna go with the 5800x and Radeon rx 6700xt, since it's a bit cheaper than a 3070 and I do believe it is VR ready also right? Anyway, thank you!
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    Percival2644 got a reaction from Moonzy in Does the Ryzen 9 5900x and RTX 3060 work ok together?   
    Thank you very much! Also, what cpu would you recommend for say a radeon 6700xt? 
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