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Upgrading my PC

So I’m going to upgrade my PC and I’m going to get a R7 1700 with a Asus - CROSSHAIR VI HERO and here is the PC I’m upgrading

https://pcpartpicker.com/b/bsJ8TW

 

going to sell the corsair RAM, CPU and motherboard.

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https://pcpartpicker.com/b/bsJ8TW 

 
 
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Is there a question with this, or is this merely a statement?

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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3 minutes ago, Zic05 said:

So I’m going to upgrade my PC and I’m going to get a R7 1700 with a Asus - CROSSHAIR VI HERO and here is the PC I’m upgrading

https://pcpartpicker.com/b/bsJ8TW

 

going to sell the corsair RAM, CPU and motherboard.

Rly? AMD?? Well i guess that's your opinion .... maybe you like amd chips....

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11 minutes ago, Pranesh Arry said:

Rly? AMD?? Well i guess that's your opinion .... maybe you like amd chips....

I want AMD because AM4 will be supported until 2020

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https://pcpartpicker.com/b/bsJ8TW 

 
 
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12 minutes ago, Radium_Angel said:

Is there a question with this, or is this merely a statement?

Well I want to know if you think I should do anything different

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https://pcpartpicker.com/b/bsJ8TW 

 
 
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1 minute ago, Zic05 said:

Well I want to know if you think I should do anything different

I just say keep what you have

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1 minute ago, Zic05 said:

Well I want to know if you think I should do anything different

what is the main useage of your pc?

~i5-7600k @5GHz ~Be Quiet! Dark rock 3 ~MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X 8G ~Gigabyte GA-Z270-gaming K3 ~Corsair Vengeance Red led ~NZXT S340 Elite

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1 minute ago, Zic05 said:

Well I want to know if you think I should do anything different

Well i dunno go with whatever you like :-) (because if i like intel does not mean every one does...)

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1 minute ago, Zic05 said:

Well I want to know if you think I should do anything different

It looks like the rest of your parts should fit well with your planned upgrade, don't forget that you will need to order an AM4 adapter for your AIO since the socket is different.

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1 minute ago, Pranesh Arry said:

Well i dunno go with whatever you like :-) (because if i like intel does not mean every one does...)

Right now the Ryzen's are better price/performance and better at multi-core/thread performance at a given price point. While Intel has higher per core performance and better pure FPS in games. Although Coffee Lake closed up the difference between Intel and AMD on the multi-threaded performance it is still not quite there especially on a price per $$ basis. 

 

So for now it really depends on what you are doing and in gaming it depends on what resolution you are gaming at - for high FPS 1080p Intel is the king, when you get to 1440p or 4k it becomes much closer and more GPU bound, with the high end Ryzen chips pulling close to the high end Intel chips to the point of not really being a noticeable difference. For streaming while gaming, or doing heavy multi-tasking work loads I would prefer the R5/R7 but mostly due to the price/availability. 

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1 minute ago, AncientNerd said:

Right now the Ryzen's are better price/performance and better at multi-core/thread performance at a given price point. While Intel has higher per core performance and better pure FPS in games. Although Coffee Lake closed up the difference between Intel and AMD on the multi-threaded performance it is still not quite there especially on a price per $$ basis. 

 

So for now it really depends on what you are doing and in gaming it depends on what resolution you are gaming at - for high FPS 1080p Intel is the king, when you get to 1440p or 4k it becomes much closer and more GPU bound, with the high end Ryzen chips pulling close to the high end Intel chips to the point of not really being a noticeable difference. For streaming while gaming, or doing heavy multi-tasking work loads I would prefer the R5/R7 but mostly due to the price/availability. 

So in simple words as i say, intel delivers better performance than amd but it is over priced and amd is still cheap compared to the amount of performance it delivers

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Just now, Pranesh Arry said:

So in simple words as i say, intel delivers better performance than amd but it is over priced and amd is still cheap compared to the amount of performance it delivers

 

Not quite because it comes down to what workload you are doing. Intel delivers better FPS in games at 1080p, and in single threaded programs due to it's higher clock speeds. However for any program that takes advantage of multiple cores or if you are running more that one multi-threaded application at a time then Ryzen shines and beats Intel hands down.

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7 minutes ago, AncientNerd said:

Not quite because it comes down to what workload you are doing. Intel delivers better FPS in games at 1080p, and in single threaded programs due to it's higher clock speeds. However for any program that takes advantage of multiple cores or if you are running more that one multi-threaded application at a time then Ryzen shines and beats Intel hands down.

 

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13 minutes ago, Pranesh Arry said:

 

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You can't simplify the differences in how different CPU architectures perform into a meme

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36 minutes ago, AncientNerd said:

It looks like the rest of your parts should fit well with your planned upgrade, don't forget that you will need to order an AM4 adapter for your AIO since the socket is different.

I know 

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