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Hi there, wondering if this will be a decent upgrade from what i currently have

JDMboi

what I'm currently running

 

MSI RTX 3060Ti

i5-11400F

MSI intel H510 motherboard

Single 16GB RAM

286GB SSD

165GB HD

not sure what psu it is but considering I'm running an rtx id imagine its a 600-850W

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This kind of seems like a lot to spend when your GPU, which will probably be the main determining factor of performance in most games, remains the same.

 

The single biggest weakness in your current system is the single channel RAM.

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46 minutes ago, JDMboi said:

what I'm currently running

 

MSI RTX 3060Ti

i5-11400F

MSI intel H510 motherboard

Single 16GB RAM

286GB SSD

165GB HD

not sure what psu it is but considering I'm running an rtx id imagine its a 600-850W

PC upgrade idea.png

Unless you play nothing but super high framerate Esport/MMO games, you're not going to see much gain in upgrading. If that's the case, I'd look for a 7800x3D instead.

 

Getting a new drive and yeeting that HDD though would be substantial. 1-2TB PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSD as a single drive that you could transplant into a new system several years down the line.

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