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post #41 of 44 (permalink) Old 10-19-2019, 09:50 PM
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That's one thing though... I'd never go way down to A320.

B450 atleast.
I wouldn't rule out a good B350 board. My wife's 1700x is on a B350 Gaming 3 and it performs better at 3.8 ghz than the B450M Gaming Plus

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That's one thing though... I'd never go way down to A320.

B450 atleast.
Yah, if you plan on upgrading the cpu someday, then a B450 is a wise choice.

Quote: Originally Posted by CravinR1 View Post
I wouldn't rule out a good B350 board. My wife's 1700x is on a B350 Gaming 3 and it performs better at 3.8 ghz than the B450M Gaming Plus
My B350F gets a 2700 to 4GHz. This member has a B350 too.

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Yah, if you plan on upgrading the cpu someday, then a B450 is a wise choice.



My B350F gets a 2700 to 4GHz. This member has a B350 too.

https://www.overclock.net/forum/10-a...l#post28159928
I'm thinking of moving from the 3700X to a 3950X or something 4th Gen if it's still AM4 compatible so definitely a good idea on B450.

So we're pretty set on a 1600/1600X overclocked would match the 3770K @ 4.4Ghz Single threaded and kill it in multicore right?

Also yep I haven't firmed my decision if keeping or selling 3770K.


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My 1800X vs 3770k both at 4 ghz .

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