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5600x + 6900xt vs 5900x RTX 3080/RX 6800XT

Which will get me the most fps? It's for gaming. They are about the same price 馃檪聽I don't know in what category to post this as I don't find the cpu or gpu section.聽

edit: nvm i found the cpu section聽but idk how to move it

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5600x and 6900xt for pure gaming but I would do 5900x and 3080 because U might need the extra cpu performance later and the performance is not that noticeable. What do you plan to play tho?聽

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Well, if we're talking strictly gaming, the 5600X will do pretty much the exact same thing as the 5900X... and similarly the 6900XT will be about as fast as a 6800XT/3080, unless you've got both GPUs running side by side and you're constantly staring at the FPS counters.

Then again, if you just plan on playing Minecraft at 1080p, you might not need neither a 5600X nor a 3080/6800XT. Therefore,聽if you could tell us what games you plan on playing and at what resolution/settings, as well as what other components you plan on using, it would be very helpful.

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5900X and 3080. Now that the next gen consoles are 8 cores, there's a clock on the viability of 6 core chips for gaming. While AMD made up significant ground on the GPU front, Nvidia still has the better cards overall.

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I would go 5900x and 3080.聽

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28 minutes ago, Padblaze said:

Which will get me the most fps? It's for gaming. They are about the same price 馃檪聽I don't know in what category to post this as I don't find the cpu or gpu section.聽

edit: nvm i found the cpu section聽but idk how to move it

I would go for the 5900x and the 3080. The reason being that you would only be slightly faster in some games with the 5600x and the 6900xt but the games where the extra cores from the 5900x matters would make a big difference in performance. Also its good to note that the 5900x would result in more consistent frame timings than the 5600x especially in more cpu demanding games which is alot more important than the extra couple of fps you would get going from and 3080 to a 6900xt.聽

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21 minutes ago, Dk SPYder said:

5600x and 6900xt for pure gaming but I would do 5900x and 3080 because U might need the extra cpu performance later and the performance is not that noticeable. What do you plan to play tho?聽

11 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

Well, if we're talking strictly gaming, the 5600X will do pretty much the exact same thing as the 5900X... and similarly the 6900XT will be about as fast as a 6800XT/3080, unless you've got both GPUs running side by side and you're constantly staring at the FPS counters.

Then again, if you just plan on playing Minecraft at 1080p, you might not need neither a 5600X nor a 3080/6800XT. Therefore,聽if you could tell us what games you plan on playing and at what resolution/settings, as well as what other components you plan on using, it would be very helpful.

im going to be playing on a 1440p 144hz monitor and im gonna be playing a lot of different game but mostly rpg and fps shooter ( the witcher 3, rdr2, , rocket league, r6, csgo, cybepunk ,etc...) Here are my other components:聽https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/user/P邪dblaze1701/saved/PzJGP6

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