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Goodmorning guys, i have 2 questions:

1.in my country, i5 8400 have a same price with ryzen 2600x, so which one will the best for gaming experience? My GPU is GTX 1060

2. If i go with ryzen 2600x, can b450's motherboard handle that CPU? I'm not going to Overclocking anyway, just play with stock, maybe i will overclock my RAM

Thanks for your help, i hope you understand and im sorry if my english really bad :) 

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How much is a 2600? If there's a significant enough difference, get the non X.

With a 1060, won't matter much.

 

Yes. Which b450 board tho.

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It doesn't really matter with just a GTX 1060.

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14 minutes ago, EnterClassroom said:

Goodmorning guys, i have 2 questions:

1.in my country, i5 8400 have a same price with ryzen 2600x, so which one will the best for gaming experience? My GPU is GTX 1060

2. If i go with ryzen 2600x, can b450's motherboard handle that CPU? I'm not going to Overclocking anyway, just play with stock, maybe i will overclock my RAM

Thanks for your help, i hope you understand and im sorry if my english really bad :)

the R5 2600 is likely the way to go, you can just overclock it to the 2600X's levels unless the price sare close

 

The only B450 boards to look at are the ASrock Pro 4 or MSI Tomahawk, both have VRMs on both heatsinks, most others lack that or are more expensive

I edit my posts a lot, Twitter is @LordStreetguru just don't ask PC questions there mostly...
 

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I would personally recommend Ryzen because intel uses the crappy thermal paste to glue the die to the heatspreader.

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1 hour ago, bleedblue said:

How much is a 2600? If there's a significant enough difference, get the non X.

With a 1060, won't matter much.

 

Yes. Which b450 board tho.

2600 cost 34$ lower than 2600x, because i already read few article 2600x is 2600 with OC, so i buy 2600x and play it with stock

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1 hour ago, Princess Cadence said:

It doesn't really matter with just a GTX 1060.

ok thanks for your help bro ;) 

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1 hour ago, Streetguru said:

the R5 2600 is likely the way to go, you can just overclock it to the 2600X's levels unless the price sare close

 

The only B450 boards to look at are the ASrock Pro 4 or MSI Tomahawk, both have VRMs on both heatsinks, most others lack that or are more expensive

at my country ryzen 2600 cost 34$ less than 2600x, and then for motherboard i'm planning to use asus strix b450-f motherboard

wdyt??

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1 hour ago, _d0nut said:

go ryzen. intel processors are very expensive now

yup thanks for your help bro ;) 

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1 hour ago, DarthSmartt said:

I would personally recommend Ryzen because intel uses the crappy thermal paste to glue the die to the heatspreader.

hahahaa okee thanks for your help broo ;) 

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3 minutes ago, EnterClassroom said:

2600 cost 34$ lower than 2600x, because i already read few article 2600x is 2600 with OC, so i buy 2600x and play it with stock

Get the 2600, OC it yourself to match the 2600X. Save $34.

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8 minutes ago, bleedblue said:

Get the 2600, OC it yourself to match the 2600X. Save $34.

did OC make more power consumption? power consumption really make me choose 2600x over 2600 with OC

and then i'm using cryorig h7 quad lumi as my CPU cooler

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1 hour ago, EnterClassroom said:

at my country ryzen 2600 cost 34$ less than 2600x, and then for motherboard i'm planning to use asus strix b450-f motherboard

wdyt??

That board is fine it's just usually overpriced

 

How much more expensive is an X470 board?

A 2600 and 2600X will use the same power at the same clocks/voltages.

I edit my posts a lot, Twitter is @LordStreetguru just don't ask PC questions there mostly...
 

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what monitor resolution/refresh rate?

 

What games or other software do you need to run?

 

 

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1 minute ago, Streetguru said:

That board is fine it's just usually overpriced

 

How much more expensive is an X470 board?

A 2600 and 2600X will use the same power at the same clocks/voltages.

if i go with asus strix x470-f motherboard, its cost 100$ more than asus strix b450-f motherboard

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1 minute ago, EnterClassroom said:

if i go with asus strix x470-f motherboard, its cost 100$ more than asus strix b450-f motherboard

The X470 strix is one of the best AM4 boards overall

 

I meant more an MSI or Gigabyte X470 board

I edit my posts a lot, Twitter is @LordStreetguru just don't ask PC questions there mostly...
 

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What is your budget/country for your new PC?

 

what monitor resolution/refresh rate?

 

What games or other software do you need to run?

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Streetguru said:

The X470 strix is one of the best AM4 boards overall

 

I meant more an MSI or Gigabyte X470 board

MSI and gigabyte maybe cost like 10-30$ less than asus motherboard

but i dont know why, for motherboard i really trust with asus motherboard *lol

i'm not asus fanboy btw

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8 minutes ago, EnterClassroom said:

MSI and gigabyte maybe cost like 10-30$ less than asus motherboard

but i dont know why, for motherboard i really trust with asus motherboard *lol

i'm not asus fanboy btw

Just compare the VRMs to the X470 boards, probably just buy one of those and save money on your CPU

The ultra gaming even has some nice features for overclocking, might be able to hit higher than on a normal board with the override.
 

 

I edit my posts a lot, Twitter is @LordStreetguru just don't ask PC questions there mostly...
 

Spoiler

 

What is your budget/country for your new PC?

 

what monitor resolution/refresh rate?

 

What games or other software do you need to run?

 

 

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