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ryzen 5 3600 vs ryzen 7 3700

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1 minute ago, PeachGr said:

If you wanna do stream, usually you need ryzen 7, otherwise you will find no difference

Even for streaming a 3600 would be enough most load is on the GPU anyways

I am looking to buy a new cpu and wondering for gaming alone is there any point of going from ryzen 5 to 7 (3rd gen) with a 2070 super?

note: i have not built anything and am currently running a i5 4570 and need an upgrade

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3600 is enough

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If you wanna do stream, usually you need ryzen 7, otherwise you will find no difference

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1 minute ago, PeachGr said:

If you wanna do stream, usually you need ryzen 7, otherwise you will find no difference

Even for streaming a 3600 would be enough most load is on the GPU anyways

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I'm just speaking from experience so what I say may not work 100%

Please try searching up the answer before you post here but I am always glad to help

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New question i have different pricing where i live

 

so 3600 is 320

and 2600 is 220

and on cpu.userbenchmark.com it said 8% fps difference so what should i do im leaning towards 2600but not sure

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