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post #21 of 36 (permalink) Old 02-15-2020, 10:51 PM
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Thank you very much - very helpful as always!

Trying to decide if I should upgrade mobo and chip or just try a 3xxx on my Titanium X370 or my Asus X470 strix mini itx.
If it is just an R5, then just put it on the X370. Save the X470 for the next GEN.

Here is my R5 3600 system at stock on a B350.

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/43934770

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post #22 of 36 (permalink) Old 02-16-2020, 12:20 AM
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If it is just an R5, then just put it on the X370. Save the X470 for the next GEN.

Here is my R5 3600 system at stock on a B350.

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/43934770
Nice numbers, I got a https://www.3dmark.com/fs/21799084 with a RTX 2060. Seems that 5700 is pulling some nice numbers.

Now you are making me wanna get rid of this bottle necking 2060...:-P

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Nice numbers, I got a https://www.3dmark.com/fs/21799084 with a RTX 2060. Seems that 5700 is pulling some nice numbers.

Now you are making me wanna get rid of this bottle necking 2060...:-P
I don't really put too much weight on Futuremark or any other synthetic benchmarks. Good to compare Physics scores, though.

So long as you are enjoying your games using the right monitor. No perceivable difference between this and my 5700XT. Going by the graphics scores it may seem the XT has a good advantage but - nah.

https://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/21816346/fs/20899806

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Quote: Originally Posted by rdr09 View Post
I don't really put too much weight on Futuremark or any other synthetic benchmarks. Good to compare Physics scores, though.

So long as you are enjoying your games using the right monitor. No perceivable difference between this and my 5700XT. Going by the graphics scores it may seem the XT has a good advantage but - nah.

https://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/21816346/fs/20899806

THat's solid advice.

If Chuck is running 1080p the 2060 is probably the perfect card price/performance in the nvidia lineup.

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I didn't realize the Ryzen 3000 series was so good. I've been thinking of grading to something with hyper-threading. For the price of an i7-8700k I could have an R5 3600X and mobo. Or go all out for an r7 3700X


The only thing that would bug me is the lower minimum FPS is games.

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I didn't realize the Ryzen 3000 series was so good. I've been thinking of grading to something with hyper-threading. For the price of an i7-8700k I could have an R5 3600X and mobo. Or go all out for an r7 3700X


The only thing that would bug me is the lower minimum FPS is games.
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Looks good to me

What are you scoring in R20 at 4.2?
Best I've had is 3840, not done manual OC, was PBO+150MHz and exploiting room ambient of 16C.

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Usual for those settings and room ambient ~22C equals ~3750, no performance bias, etc for above or usual number stated.

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That's a lot of performance from a sub $200 chip isn't it .
R5 3600 is solid buy for sure, recently here in the UK started seeing'em ~£145 delivered .
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Best I've had is 3840, not done manual OC, was PBO+150MHz and exploiting room ambient of 16C.



Usual for those settings and room ambient ~22C equals ~3750, no performance bias, etc for above or usual number stated.



R5 3600 is solid buy for sure, recently here in the UK started seeing'em ~£145 delivered .
3840 is fine for 4.2
Best I managed is 4027 with my 3600x at 4.4ghz

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Quote: Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post
THat's solid advice.

If Chuck is running 1080p the 2060 is probably the perfect card price/performance in the nvidia lineup.
The 2060 should handle even 1440 just fine. I tested my RX 570 at same rez and it ran fine paired with the R5.

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