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Polar180

 

Hi I recently bricked my motherboard after purchasing a new r7 5800x. Since I need a new mobo anyways, is it recommended to just refund the new cpu, and go am5? I was thinking this was I would atleast be better off for gaming and have more upgradability in the future. If I were to upgrade this would be what I would upgrade to. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/ZdL4YN

if I refund the cpu my budget is around 500 usd and i am located in the U.S. 

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