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Discussion in 'Computer Hardware' started by The _covet, Apr 29, 2018.
I have a i7-4790, Normal clock is 3.6Ghz and can boost up to 4.0Ghz.
"My" old pc has a i5-4440.
Intel(R) Pentium(R) G2020
Currently an i5 2500s, would like to upgrade to a Ryzen 5 2600 since I do 3d modeling and the i5 sucks when rendering
I just started a new build. I bought an R5 2600 yesterday! They're only $149 on Amazon right now.
I just got this, literally yesterday. A:
Intel Core i9-7920X 12-Core overclock to 4.2 GHz.
Core i3 GeForce 920MX 4GB RAM. I have no problem with running BeamNG, but my Automation always crashes whenever I played it over 1 hour.
Planning on getting a i5 8400
If your budget allow, get 8600k, that little extra speed and possibility to overclock is helping in BeamNG nicely. I got 6700 non K as I got it for almost free, but K model would be nicer as I could overclock it to 4.5Ghz or bit more, which would help in this game bit more.
I’ll check to see if it’s compatible with the motherboard I have and see if my budget allows it.
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Yeah it works and I believe my budget can allow it. Thanks man!
I have a i5-8300H (2.3GHz base op to 4.0GHz). I myself know barely anything about pc hardware and was wondering if it is decent or underpowered, especially in comparison to my GPU, a GTX 1050Ti. Important to note is that this is a laptop and not a desktop.
ryzen 7 1700
I got a bit of extra cash and used it to get an i5 8600K a couple of days ago.
Going to get Ryzen 5 1600 or 5 1600X, then will later upgrade to Ryzen 7 2700X.
i7-4790k. Going to try delidding soon.
FX-8350 at stock speeds, I used to have it running at 4.5 GHz but it's a literal space heater so I went back to stock.
I'm planning on dumping $1000 or more on a Ryzen 2 build when they come out.
Is the i3-6100 going to stay good for gaming in the foreseeable future?
For beam with a single car? Yes. I can’t say much about other games.
What would be the best chip under 100 for my chipset? (LGA 1151)