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Cofee Lake should be LGA 1151 as well but Cannon Lake probably wont be LGA 1151.

Then cofee lake may be the upgrade for me at a later point in time.
For now, it's clear that R5 is gonna be a wonderful CPU line for those who want to/can spend $169. But the G4560 is really lonely at the top at the very budget.
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The PC i built with a 4560 and a RX480 for my nephew is running Ark Survival Evolved at 1080P with 60 FPS at medium settings
Its a PC that ended up costing around $800 US which is not a lot when you consider our prices are around 30% higher then US prices

The same PC would probably cost somewhere around $550-600 with US prices

Ended up looking like this
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That looks aces! Exactly the kind of build im going for.
Looked up mutliple videos on youtube that show the G4560 with RX470/480 cards and it's hardly bottlenecking them. For people on a tight budget, i don't think there's anything better bang for buck then that.
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The case i used for that build is the Phanteks Enthoo Evolv Matx but i really ended up disliking it because of how little room there is to work with
Really wished i have picked the Enthoo Pro M instead or tried the Phanteks Eclipse P400.
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Yes, i'm aware about Ryzen. Been following it's development till now up close thumb.gif
Problem with Ryzen is, it's more expensive, coming in at $169 for the cheapest R5 model. Sure, that is an absolute steal, but i'm not really doing much cpu intensive stuff. I play games now and then, and for that, the G4560 is fine, specially for it's price. There is no real competition in the very low budget. Maybe R3 would, but i want to order this week.
Ryzen may be future proof with it's more cores/threads. But i intend to swap out the G4560 later on for a i5/i7 model anyway. Assuming Cofee Lake and Cannon Lake are gonna be supported by my board and assuming it will still be socket 1151.

Well what exactly are you doing with this computer. What games are you playing?

Because while a dual core will play most games fine, it will choke on more recent titles.

I am sure you already know that, but I am just kind of curious to see what your strategy is.
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post #16 of 28
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Well what exactly are you doing with this computer. What games are you playing?

Because while a dual core will play most games fine, it will choke on more recent titles.

I am sure you already know that, but I am just kind of curious to see what your strategy is.

I will use it for youtube videos, basic office work and a lot of gaming.
The latest titles i'm gonna run will be Assasins Creed Unity/syndicate and the upcoming shadow of mordor game.
These games will most likely choke the G4560, but i can live with turned down settings that are known to hit the CPU hard.

It might not be long untill i upgrade. Supposedly Cofee Lake will hit this year, on LGA1151. It may be worth the upgrade then. If not, i'll stick with having some drops.
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In a budget oriented build that's not focusing on oc,ing, I don't really see any reason to go all out with a psu. There are plenty of reliable branded ones out there for 1/3 of the price that'll perform perfectly fine for your needs. I'd put that money elsewhere in the system.
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In a budget oriented build that's not focusing on oc,ing, I don't really see any reason to go all out with a psu. There are plenty of reliable branded ones out there for 1/3 of the price that'll perform perfectly fine for your needs. I'd put that money elsewhere in the system.

This is true. But i do value a fully modular PSU and a good quality one. The idea is to buy a very good PSU now and use it for a long time with future upgrades in mind.
Right now, it's gonna be a g4560 and a RX570. But in the future i might step up to i5/i7 or a Ryzen build that will draw far more power.
Still, if u can find a cheaper, fully modular and good quality power supply other then the one shilka recommended. I am all ears!
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post #19 of 28
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This is true. But i do value a fully modular PSU and a good quality one. The idea is to buy a very good PSU now and use it for a long time with future upgrades in mind.
Right now, it's gonna be a g4560 and a RX570. But in the future i might step up to i5/i7 or a Ryzen build that will draw far more power.
Still, if u can find a cheaper, fully modular and good quality power supply other then the one shilka recommended. I am all ears!
Fully modular does limit your options. That system even when upgraded won't really pull 400w+, so you'll be pretty safe with any good psu. Shika does know their psu's, but (with hopes not to insult) they are a bit of a psu elitest. The g3 line imo is more of a psu suited for oc'ing systems or where money isn't a concern. A good quality pus doesn't have to cost more than $50 and will last you longer than the rest of your system. (speaking from an outdated perspective ofc)

If you were open to semi modular...only mandatory cables are non-modular.....it would open up a lot more budget options.

All that aside...this is just an opinion and if it doesn't spark your interest, I won't try and push it on ya.
Edited by maltamonk - 4/10/17 at 7:33pm
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Fully modular does limit your options. That system even when upgraded won't really pull 400w+, so you'll be pretty safe with any good psu. Shika does know their psu's, but (with hopes not to insult) they are a bit of a psu elitest. The g3 line imo is more of a psu suited for oc'ing systems or where money isn't a concern. A good quality pus doesn't have to cost more than $50 and will last you longer than the rest of your system. (speaking from an outdated perspective ofc)

If you were open to semi modular...only mandatory cables are non-modular.....it would open up a lot more budget options.

All that aside...this is just an opinion and if it doesn't spark your interest, I won't try and push it on ya.

Thanks for your input.
Say i would accept semi-modular. Which cables would i be stuck with permanently?
And also, what is your take on the much cheaper Seasonic M12II Evo 520W, it's fully modular and about $45 less then the G3.
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