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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-03-2019, 02:16 PM
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I would prioritize getting a better CPU cooler over adding more case fans. You won't be needing anything more than a 4 heatpipe, single tower cooler for a 3600, so a 212 Evo or any equivalent cooler will do well.

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Yeah I will recommend the evo or something of the like.

Guys so my friend is looking at getting an RX 5700 XT, now these cards are PCIE 4.0 and the MSI motherboard is only PCIE 3.0. Will the card be compatible? I know that there will be some bandwidth loss but considering the max he'll ever game at is 1440p single monitor, does this even matter?

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A little off topic but maybe someone knows more than I do. I got my RTX 2080 super yesterday so I ran some benches in my system(4790K @ 4.8ghz, 16GB DDR3 @2133). Now today I had my friend come over with his rig and I put the Super in it to see what results I'd get as I'm considering a Ryzen rig next year. Im the two benches I ran my system yielded higher results than the Ryzen 5 3600 rig. I ran Cinebench R20 and Unigine superposition and I was surprised because I was under the impression that the R5 3600 was faster than my i7?
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Quote: Originally Posted by lokito50 View Post
A little off topic but maybe someone knows more than I do. I got my RTX 2080 super yesterday so I ran some benches in my system(4790K @ 4.8ghz, 16GB DDR3 @2133). Now today I had my friend come over with his rig and I put the Super in it to see what results I'd get as I'm considering a Ryzen rig next year. Im the two benches I ran my system yielded higher results than the Ryzen 5 3600 rig. I ran Cinebench R20 and Unigine superposition and I was surprised because I was under the impression that the R5 3600 was faster than my i7?
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These benchmarks were run at 4K resolution for both systems.
Make you enable XMP profile on bios on his rig to run the ram at advertised speeds. 3200mhz. I think this is why when you tested your card on his rig wasn't that fast.
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