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i7 8700 on B360 for Battlefield V ?

i7 8700 with  Asus B360M-D for Battlefield V , its gonna work ?

 

and i7 8700 for future proof as some games are more CPU Intensive and gonna use 100% CPU USAGE.

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Yes that is plenty to play literally any game you want, for a while to come.

 

Well CPU usage in game depends more on what processor you have and how old it is. You can’t just put a blanket statement down and say “games are gonna use 100% of my CPU soon”. 1. Because we don’t know that and 2. Hardware usually develops faster than software

 

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2 minutes ago, Cereal5 said:

Yes that is plenty to play literally any game you want, for a while to come.

 

Well CPU usage in game depends more on what processor you have and how old it is. You can’t just put a blanket statement down and say “games are gonna use 100% of my CPU soon”. 1. Because we don’t know that and 2. Hardware usually develops faster than software. Ray tracing is a great example of this. NVIDIA says we have ray tracing cards but the software and game design just isn’t there, so we can’t use it. Just like how games SAY they will use more cores, but we have yet to see too many games that actually benefit from more than a couple. Yes, there are some that like 4 cores, but many games are currently out are optimized around 1 or 2. If it keeps growing like this, will every CPU eventually be 20 cores? 50 cores? 100? Will we have to change the naming scheme to Kilo-cores, cause they’ll have thousands on a single die? (Ok let’s not get too far ahead of ourselves)

wohh okay :D, and its good pair with this motherboard, it will bottleneck processor's performance ??

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I can play bf5 while watching a stream and still get 140+ fps with the 8700k just using MCE to get to 4.7 on all cores so an 8700 at stock should do just fine in the game. 

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Just now, tevatron said:

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It's just a feature on z370 boards. It allows the cpu to run all cores at the single core turbo frequency. So for the 8700k with it's 4.7 ghz single core turbo it lets all cores run at 4.7ghz instead of lowering it to 4.3 ghz when all cores are enabled.

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7 minutes ago, tevatron said:

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Bottom line is that you should be fine with the 8700 and the b360 motherboard. Because it's a locked cpu a b360 motherboard is a sensible choice. 

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12 minutes ago, Brooksie359 said:

Bottom line is that you should be fine with the 8700 and the b360 motherboard. Because it's a locked cpu a b360 motherboard is a sensible choice. 

Thank you mate, i was so confused from few days, now i m gonna buy in this few days. :)

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Hello, i forgot about my cheaper second option, how about i5-8600 for Battlefield V in heavy scenarios ? :)

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12 hours ago, tevatron said:

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MCE stands for MultiCore Enhancement. It is a feature exclusive to Zxxx series chipsets and locks the processor to its maximum turbo boost frequency. For an 8700K, that would equal a 4.7 GHz all core frequency instead of it's default clock speed of 4.3 GHz.

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11 hours ago, Coachdude said:

MCE stands for MultiCore Enhancement. It is a feature exclusive to Zxxx series chipsets and locks the processor to its maximum turbo boost frequency. For an 8700K, that would equal a 4.7 GHz all core frequency instead of it's default clock speed of 4.3 GHz.

Thank you for Information mate. can you answer my last question on this thread ?

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15 hours ago, tevatron said:

Hello, i forgot about my cheaper second option, how about i5-8600 for Battlefield V in heavy scenarios ? :)

It would handle Battlefield V without a problem, however, if you were considering an i5 from Intel's line I'd either get the cheaper i5 8400 or the more expensive i5 8600K and an entry level Z370 board. For around the same money as the locked i5s, however, you can get AMDs Ryzen 5 2600/X processor with a capable B450 motherboard that would handle the game just as well in most circumstances.

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what GPU will you be pairing the 8700 with?

 

also you need to pick up aftermarket cooling for that CPU, the box cooler isnt good enough

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On 11/11/2018 at 8:22 AM, tevatron said:

i7 8700 with  Asus B360M-D for Battlefield V , its gonna work ?

 

and i7 8700 for future proof as some games are more CPU Intensive and gonna use 100% CPU USAGE.

Future proofing is a term I hate, but the 8700 will do for at least a few years before you feel that it isn't the best & newest.

 

15 hours ago, tevatron said:

Hello, i forgot about my cheaper second option, how about i5-8600 for Battlefield V in heavy scenarios ? :)

As an i5 8600 owner, it runs most VR games fine; so did the BF-V Beta when I tried it.

I paired it with a GTX1060 6GB like Golden asked :

22 minutes ago, GoldenLag said:

what GPU will you be pairing the 8700 with?

 

Since that will make a huge difference in performance, especially if you pair it with let's say a GTX 1050Ti instead of a GTX1070.

When the PC is acting up haunted,

who ya gonna call?
"Monotone voice" : A local computer store.

*Terrible joke I know*

 

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Just now, Sfekke said:

As an i5 8600 owner, it runs most VR games fine; so did the BF-V Beta when I tried it.

did the battlefield 5 beta on a r5 1500x. 

 

runs perfectly fine. 

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The i7 8700 is by all means enough for any game out there.

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49 minutes ago, Sfekke said:

Future proofing is a term I hate, but the 8700 will do for at least a few years before you feel that it isn't the best & newest.

 

As an i5 8600 owner, it runs most VR games fine; so did the BF-V Beta when I tried it.

I paired it with a GTX1060 6GB like Golden asked :

Since that will make a huge difference in performance, especially if you pair it with let's say a GTX 1050Ti instead of a GTX1070.

Currently i will pair with GTX 960 Strix 2GB Edition but i will buy new GPU on holidays. as 960 will perform well on Medium-High Settings.

and my last processor did not handled BF1 heavy scenes very well, so dont want any lags on new i5 8600. 

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36 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

The i7 8700 is by all means enough for any game out there.

yes, now i know, its overkill :D

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1 hour ago, GoldenLag said:

what GPU will you be pairing the 8700 with?

 

also you need to pick up aftermarket cooling for that CPU, the box cooler isnt good enough

i have Asus Strix GTX 960 2GB, but gonna buy new one in next month.

 

i already have Cooler Master Hyper 103 Air Cooler.

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55 minutes ago, GoldenLag said:

did the battlefield 5 beta on a r5 1500x. 

 

runs perfectly fine. 

which GPU you are using with R5 1500x ?

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1 minute ago, tevatron said:

i have Asus Strix GTX 960 2GB, but gonna buy new one in next month.

 

i already have Cooler Master Hyper 103 Air Cooler.

what GPU are you getting?

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Just now, tevatron said:

which GPU you are using with R5 1500x ?

With an i7 8700 you can get the GPU you want, literally.

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Just now, tevatron said:

which GPU you are using with R5 1500x ?

ran on the gtx 1050ti but swapped to the r9 nano halfway through. it ran perfectlly fine and i was running low setting to get a few extra frames per second. 

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3 minutes ago, GoldenLag said:

what GPU are you getting?

i will buy Strix 1070 or 1070 Ti, and i will run on Full HD monitor at 60Hz. so 1070 will get me more FPS and smoother gameplay.

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Just now, tevatron said:

i will buy Strix 1070 or 1070 Ti, and i will run on Full HD monitor at 60Hz. so 1070 will get me more FPS and smoother gameplay.

get an r5 2600 and a b450 motherboard and get a better monitor to pair the GPU with. you wont get the most out of it. a gtx 1070 is overkill for a 1080p 60hz monitor. also i would rather spend less on the CPU and more on the GPU

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