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My system now is:

i7 2600

12gb ram 1330

gtx 1060 6gb

 

I get low fps on games like pubg and cod bo4 as i understand its because i have old cpu ( want to get more then 60fps because i have 144hz screen)

my thought is to upgrade to Ryzen 5 1600 and oc it to ~4ghz

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1 hour ago, Michisha96 said:

My system now is:

 i7 2600

12gb ram 1330

gtx 1060 6gb

 

I get low fps on games like pubg and cod bo4 as i understand its because i have old cpu ( want to get more then 60fps because i have 144hz screen)

 my thought is to upgrade to Ryzen 5 1600 and oc it to ~4ghz

I just got a 2700x, i'm not using nearly all the cores so the 1600 would probably be fine, but not all 1600's will OC to 4ghz,  but if you have the money, for it I would still jump for a k-series, because even the i5 8400 outperforms my 2700x @4.3 at higher refresh rates especially on 1080p, but it does even out if you have a 1440p 144hz, in destiny 2 with my 2700x i get 110-130fps on max settings, but with an 8600k you can get 150 on the same build otherwise 

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6 minutes ago, Emanbaird said:

I just got a 2700x, i'm not using nearly all the cores so the 1600 would probably be fine, but not all 1600's will OC to 4ghz,  but if you have the money, for it I would still jump for a k-series, because even the i5 8400 outperforms my 2700x @4.3 at higher refresh rates especially on 1080p, but it does even out if you have a 1440p 144hz, in destiny 2 with my 2700x i get 110-130fps on max settings, but with an 8600k you can get 150 on the same build otherwise 

I can buy the i5 2500k and oc it 

Is it worth it ? And what about the Intel qhqg it's a engineer version of i7 6600k

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1 minute ago, Michisha96 said:

I can buy the i5 2500k and oc it 

Is it worth it ? And what about the Intel qhqg it's a engineer version of i7 6600k

potentially, do you mean the 6700k? or i5 6600k

 

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7 minutes ago, Emanbaird said:

potentially, do you mean the 6700k? or i5 6600k

 

I mean that if i buy the i5 2500k and overclock it it will be better then ryzen 5 1600 oc or better then my i7 2600

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3 minutes ago, Michisha96 said:

I mean that if i buy the i5 2500k and overclock it it will be better then ryzen 5 1600 oc or better then my i7 2600

the i5 2500k, would probably not be much faster if any than the i7 2600, where are you and what is your budget?

 

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1 hour ago, Emanbaird said:

the i5 2500k, would probably not be much faster if any than the i7 2600, where are you and what is your budget?

 

I an from Israel and budget is like 200$

And with oc ryzen 5 1600 I will see much difference ?

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