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8y old pc to new budget pc

Go to solution Solved by SupaKomputa,

You can have 2 scenarios:

- get the new 5600 when it's launched.

- get 3600 after 5600 launched, the price will be cut by 30%.

 

Alternative : get Ryzen 3500 (6 cores without SMT) if available in your country.

Budget is about 700-800€ total

Country : Serbia but i get my parts from Hungary (Ipon.hu etc..) 

It will be used for internet and 1080p gaming : Wow shadowlands, M&B2 Bannerlord, BF5, hopefully it will be able to run next BF game

I want 60fps average (as long as minimum doesn't get bellow 30 it's all good!)

 

Current

I5 2500

H61 Foxconn

Cooler Master 212 Evo

8GB 1333MHz

Gtx 960

WD Blue 1tb

Corsair CX600

 

So as this is not my main PC and will stay back at home I don't want to waste to much money on it. So budget build is the best. I want avrg 60+ fps on 1080p and relaxing.

My plan was to go with 2 part upgrade:

1st: CPU, MB, SSD, RAM

2nd: GPU, PSU, Chass

 

If it was a month or 2 ago i'd go for r5 3600, but seeing it's price going up by 30€ i don't put it in budget build. So what do you suggest? Thanks! 

 

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Wait for ryzen 4000 to launch either the 3000 series prices go down or you get a better cpu for the same price.

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You can have 2 scenarios:

- get the new 5600 when it's launched.

- get 3600 after 5600 launched, the price will be cut by 30%.

 

Alternative : get Ryzen 3500 (6 cores without SMT) if available in your country.

Ryzen 2600 @ 4ghz | Radeon RX580 | 32gb HyperX 3200mhz | 500gb Samsung PM981a | 5 TB HDD | Corsair CX450

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