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CPU upgrade, ryzen 2600 worth it?

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My CPU is a major bottleneck in Battlefield V, the frame rate difference between low and ultra is minimal. I'm getting around 50-70fps with my GTX 1080 when I should be getting a lot more according to every benchmark.

 

I have an i7 3770, and I've been looking at the Ryzen 5 2600. Would the game run any better on that? I can't afford an i7 or even a Ryzen 7 for that matter right now, and a friend suggested I'd just get the 2600 now and upgrade a year or two later to the next generation Ryzen 7 when that comes out. The biggest issue right now is having to buy a new motherboard and RAM as my motherboard doesn't support any of the newer CPUs and my RAM is still DDR3.

 

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Ryzen 2700, 16GB, GTX 1080, 1440p165hz

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18 minutes ago, Lord Cluttermonkey said:

My CPU is a major bottleneck in Battlefield V, the frame rate difference between low and ultra is minimal. I'm getting around 50-70fps with my GTX 1080 when I should be getting a lot more according to every benchmark.

 

I have an i7 3770, and I've been looking at the Ryzen 5 2600. Would the game run any better on that? I can't afford an i7 or even a Ryzen 7 for that matter right now, and a friend suggested I'd just get the 2600 now and upgrade a year or two later to the next generation Ryzen 7 when that comes out. The biggest issue right now is having to buy a new motherboard and RAM as my motherboard doesn't support any of the newer CPUs and my RAM is still DDR3.

 

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If you really care about FPS why not get a 9700k?? Best FPS CPU out there ppl get Ryzen if they are: one cheap, but also because they need cores on the cheap. 

 

You seem to want FPS but are on a budget. Meaning u can't get that with modern platforms at the least. It seems you will need help from the old folk on here and there knowledge of old CPU's and mobos. And the ones that are worth the price at current times.

 

Good luck hope u find a good recommendation with them. 

You expect me to reply then you'd best QUOTE me so I can........thanks

 

                                           Simple PC Parts list to reference for other Users:

 

 

Case: Meshify C

CPU: Ryzen 1600 @ 3.8

Mobo: ASRock AB350 Pro4

Ram: 2 x 8gb (Corsair RGB Pro)

GPU: XFX RX 580 8gb - Clocks: Core @1386mhz, memory @2000mhz

Storage:

Boot drive - 120gb NVME Corsair MP500

Main Storage drive - 500gb 860 EVO

Archival/Backup drive - 2TB Black WD

 

Mouse: Logi M570 for work, and a G502 for gaming

PSU: EVGA Supernova G2 650 80+ Gold

OS: And of course Win 10 Pro, because Linux ain't fully baked yet.

Monitors: (27in monitors)

TN - VG278Q @144hz 

IPS - VP279Q-P @60hz 

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1 minute ago, TheReal_ist said:

If you really care about FPS why not get a 9700k??

I would, but motherboards and ram aren't free. 9700k's price is around my entire budget.

 

2 minutes ago, Firewrath9 said:

Mabye look at used 4790k?

I did, unfortunately only ones I could find come with the rest of the computer as well...

Ryzen 2700, 16GB, GTX 1080, 1440p165hz

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2 minutes ago, Lord Cluttermonkey said:

I would, but motherboards and ram aren't free. 9700k's price is around my entire budget.

 

I did, unfortunately only ones I could find come with the rest of the computer as well...

Hmmm, difficult case u have. If 270 is your budget for a CPU and mobo, then your situation is a bit more difficult for me and my knowledge of the matter. Difficult in the instance that I don't know old CPU's and mobos as well. Sorry I can't help, good luck tho. :)

You expect me to reply then you'd best QUOTE me so I can........thanks

 

                                           Simple PC Parts list to reference for other Users:

 

 

Case: Meshify C

CPU: Ryzen 1600 @ 3.8

Mobo: ASRock AB350 Pro4

Ram: 2 x 8gb (Corsair RGB Pro)

GPU: XFX RX 580 8gb - Clocks: Core @1386mhz, memory @2000mhz

Storage:

Boot drive - 120gb NVME Corsair MP500

Main Storage drive - 500gb 860 EVO

Archival/Backup drive - 2TB Black WD

 

Mouse: Logi M570 for work, and a G502 for gaming

PSU: EVGA Supernova G2 650 80+ Gold

OS: And of course Win 10 Pro, because Linux ain't fully baked yet.

Monitors: (27in monitors)

TN - VG278Q @144hz 

IPS - VP279Q-P @60hz 

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7 minutes ago, TheReal_ist said:

If 270 is your budget for a CPU and mobo

No, it's around 500 euros.

Ryzen 2700, 16GB, GTX 1080, 1440p165hz

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BFV system requirements seem to be in AMD's favor, that's why I've been looking at the ryzen
 

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Processor (AMD): AMD Ryzen 3 1300X

Processor (Intel): Intel Core i7 4790 or equivalent

 

 

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1 minute ago, Lord Cluttermonkey said:

No, it's around 500 euros.

Ohh shit I said 9700k sorry about that. Meant to say 9600k that ones still better than all Ryzen chips. its 250 us. Heres a bundle for $424 us. 

 

If you care about single core and FPS get the 9600k. If you want more cores for 500 then go Ryzen.

You expect me to reply then you'd best QUOTE me so I can........thanks

 

                                           Simple PC Parts list to reference for other Users:

 

 

Case: Meshify C

CPU: Ryzen 1600 @ 3.8

Mobo: ASRock AB350 Pro4

Ram: 2 x 8gb (Corsair RGB Pro)

GPU: XFX RX 580 8gb - Clocks: Core @1386mhz, memory @2000mhz

Storage:

Boot drive - 120gb NVME Corsair MP500

Main Storage drive - 500gb 860 EVO

Archival/Backup drive - 2TB Black WD

 

Mouse: Logi M570 for work, and a G502 for gaming

PSU: EVGA Supernova G2 650 80+ Gold

OS: And of course Win 10 Pro, because Linux ain't fully baked yet.

Monitors: (27in monitors)

TN - VG278Q @144hz 

IPS - VP279Q-P @60hz 

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