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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-01-2019, 08:55 AM - Thread Starter
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Yes thanks for all the input - As mentioned above I do have other CPU's/GPU's - Having learned how to build a machine I got one or two FX8350's and will do a build at some point to see how far it can be taken without going stupid.

On a 3770K I got to 4.4 Ghz @ under 70 C but TJ MAX is 105 C - Apparently FX8350 is a lot lower. The cooler was an air cooler - Meghalems which did pretty well.

On 3930K I got 4.2 Ghz with a Phanteks TCPH14 @ 70 C-ish P95 - So.....I'll be keen to see what the FX8350 could do.

My style of OC is to go as high as possible for the best temps - eg - not risking the CPU/MOBO.

Asus Crosshair V can be used or Sabertooth 990X R3

I'm not building now but it's more I will be at some point.

There was a good Asus RX570 which is worth having.

There were some 1050 Ti's which were not far off the price of the RX570.

Maybe an AIO would do better
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Example of my FX with a 780ti on a 64 player map of bf1 low presets. Any graphic preset above low the 780ti classified is completely wrung out.


Vanilla 1050 ti is probably pretty close given the 780ti is clocked a bit above standard 780ti.

As someone else mentioned the RX 570's value is very hard to beat at the moment - the reason I bought one for my son's 2600k rig.
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I built an FX rig for my nephew out of spare parts a while back. It is a pig of an 8370 cooled by a Phanteks TCPH14 on a warped Sabertooth with a 290x in a stock case. It ended up at 4.8ghz and is a decent 1080p rig. Normally 4.7-4.8ghz is where most air cooled FX end up.

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Quote: Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post
Example of my FX with a 780ti on a 64 player map of bf1 low presets. Any graphic preset above low the 780ti classified is completely wrung out.

Vanilla 1050 ti is probably pretty close given the 780ti is clocked a bit above standard 780ti.

As someone else mentioned the RX 570's value is very hard to beat at the moment - the reason I bought one for my son's 2600k rig.
Not sure how much faster is the 1050 Ti to the 1050 but my 1050 is slower than my old HD 7950. The RX 570 is closer to the R9 290, which is about 35% faster than the HD 7950.

The R9 290 is about same level as my GTX 1060 6GB. I see no difference between the two at 1080P.

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Quote: Originally Posted by rdr09 View Post
Not sure how much faster is the 1050 Ti to the 1050 but my 1050 is slower than my old HD 7950. The RX 570 is closer to the R9 290, which is about 35% faster than the HD 7950.

The R9 290 is about same level as my GTX 1060 6GB. I see no difference between the two at 1080P.

Good info - hard for me to compare with out having both , just going by numbers on the net . 290x - 780 ti went back and forth on on things when both were near launch, but the 290X seem to have aged better as gaming goes.

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