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2 hours ago, PhantomShade said:

 

10 more fps in AC Odyssey because 12 threads is also a very minor thing, comparing to neck-and-neck performance in every other game but still people are shilling ryzen like crazy.

 

Don't know what this new bullshit trend is with cost cutting by these companies some don't have an igpu on the processor, some don't give a cooler with the processor ::roflroll:

 

https://www.techspot.com/review/1885-ryzen-5-3600-vs-core-i5-9400f/

 

literally the difference is whether you want igp or 12 threads and more performance on AC Odyssey and the other 2 games like that.

 

People on the internets also say that the Ryzens are "future-proof" because more cores duh but then they said that for the FX 8350 from 2012 also :giggle:

 

2 hours ago, PhantomShade said:

 

Lol current Ryzens need X570 chipset boards that cost 15k minimum from a reputed brand, same as Z390 boards.

Unless ofc you mean jumping through hoops to get a very specific b450 motherboard, getting ryzen gen 2 processor, updating the BIOS, putting the ryzen 3600 in, and then pulling your hair out because of bugs in the BIOS don't let it boot.

or getting an obscure MSI B450 motherboard with out of the box ryzen gen 3 support.

 

cheaper AMD is a meme, Both Intel AMD performance are neck and neck, so they price also accordingly, long ago in 2012-2013 AMD used to be cheap but their performance was absolute garbage compared to Intel.

 

Well, for one, Ryzen offers more cores, 30-50% more performance in productivity tasks. Gaming takes a hit by around 10% if I am not wrong. And that too only when you use a 2080Ti or so and game at low res & high fps. The facts are out there in the wild. Not sure why you are trying to convince otherwise :slap:

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3 hours ago, PhantomShade said:

 

Lol current Ryzens need X570 chipset boards that cost 15k minimum from a reputed brand, same as Z390 boards.

Unless ofc you mean jumping through hoops to get a very specific b450 motherboard, getting ryzen gen 2 processor, updating the BIOS, putting the ryzen 3600 in, and then pulling your hair out because of bugs in the BIOS don't let it boot.

or getting an obscure MSI B450 motherboard with out of the box ryzen gen 3 support.

 

cheaper AMD is a meme, Both Intel AMD performance are neck and neck, so they price also accordingly, long ago in 2012-2013 AMD used to be cheap but their performance was absolute garbage compared to Intel.

 

:blink:

 

What are you talking about?

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10 hours ago, PhantomShade said:

 

Lol current Ryzens need X570 chipset boards that cost 15k minimum from a reputed brand, same as Z390 boards.

Unless ofc you mean jumping through hoops to get a very specific b450 motherboard, getting ryzen gen 2 processor, updating the BIOS, putting the ryzen 3600 in, and then pulling your hair out because of bugs in the BIOS don't let it boot.

or getting an obscure MSI B450 motherboard with out of the box ryzen gen 3 support.

 

Is this a new copy pasta I am unaware of? Its excellent. :lol: 

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EPIC yearly report :rofl:

 

Total - $680 million

Fortnite brought in - $429m

3rd party games - $251m

 

EPIC cut $30. They also mention giving out $23m was just discounts and coupons. So made around $7m revenue after year on that market without counting the development, freebie deals or marketing.

 

Paid $10m+ for Control alone... 

 

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Playtracker data suggests that Hades sold under 151,000 in one year of Epic Store Exclusivity
SteamSpy estimates that it has sold "200,000 - 500,000" copies in one month on Steam

 

Worse than everyone expected. :lol:

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00:00 - GeForce RTX 2060 Price Cut to $299
03:44 - Asus Slashes TUF Gaming 5700 Series Pricing
06:12 - Intel Cuts Xeon Pricing
08:47 - RX 5950, 5900, 5800 Rumors
10:39 - Intel 22-Core i9-10990XE?
12:35 - Intel to Detail Xe Architecture in March
12:59 - Cyberpunk 2077 is Delayed
13:23 - Windows 7 Support is Over

 

NVIDIA Cuts Price of GeForce RTX 2060 To $299

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20 hours ago, ΨΨ babloos ΨΨ said:

Can someone recommend me

Budget ryzen cpu+ mobo+ ram that doesn't bottleneck 2060

Purely gaming no other stuff


Budget :-
R5 3500 - 10.5k

Msi B450M Pro-VDH Max - 6.5k

3200MHz DDR4 16GB - 8.5k

Mid-range :-
R5 3600 - 15.5k
Msi B450m mortar max - 9k
3200MHz DDR4 16GB - 8.5k

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Ordered

Amd Ryzen 3600 

Msi B450M Pro-VDH Max 

Corsair 3000MHz DDR4 16GB 

 

Thought of getting 3500 then again i have to spend extra on cooler. so 3600 made sense and also be useful for capture one/lightroom

Now my final confusion between  rtx 2060 and 5600xt 

 

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8 minutes ago, ΨΨ babloos ΨΨ said:

Ordered

Amd Ryzen 3600 

Msi B450M Pro-VDH Max 

Corsair 3000MHz DDR4 16GB 

 

Thought of getting 3500 then again i have to spend extra on cooler. so 3600 made sense and also be useful for capture one/lightroom

Now my final confusion between  rtx 2060 and 5600xt 

 

 

Since the retarded local AMD pricing struck again, the cheapest 5600XT is actually more expensive than cheapest 2060. Its a no brainer really.

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2 hours ago, CarbonCore said:

 

Since the retarded local AMD pricing struck again, the cheapest 5600XT is actually more expensive than cheapest 2060. Its a no brainer really.

hmm yeah

cheapest 2060 is inno3d/galaxy for 24.5k

where as sapphire 5600xt pulse costs 26.5k

then again with bios update they are almost equal if not slight edge to Amd. only reason to go Amd is for future Freesync monitor

btw iam getting a Rma replaced new 1070 for 15k

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1 hour ago, ΨΨ babloos ΨΨ said:

hmm yeah

cheapest 2060 is inno3d/galaxy for 24.5k

where as sapphire 5600xt pulse costs 26.5k

then again with bios update they are almost equal if not slight edge to Amd. only reason to go Amd is for future Freesync monitor

btw iam getting a Rma replaced new 1070 for 15k

 

I'd actually suggest dropping 3k more on 2060S and get a decisively better card. 5600XT is great but it really shouldn't have been more than 22k. The BIOS update has also pushed many custom cards to its cooling limit so the OC headroom isn't the best.

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On 2/15/2020 at 3:53 PM, ΨΨ babloos ΨΨ said:

hmm yeah

cheapest 2060 is inno3d/galaxy for 24.5k

where as sapphire 5600xt pulse costs 26.5k

then again with bios update they are almost equal if not slight edge to Amd. only reason to go Amd is for future Freesync monitor

btw iam getting a Rma replaced new 1070 for 15k


Nvidia cards now have support for freesync monitors too.. Although not all of them are compatible. 
AMD is in a mess right now when it comes to their graphics drivers. People are complaining a lot on reddit.

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55 minutes ago, goDofWar_skr said:


Nvidia cards now have support for freesync monitors too.. Although not all of them are compatible. 
AMD is in a mess right now when it comes to their graphics drivers. People are complaining a lot on reddit.

yeah did some research Looks like  freesync is supported

haven't been following pc gaming for more then a year now..

 

Lot of cheap 1440p 144hz ips/VA  monitors are available now it use to be 70k for those Asus/Acer models with Gsync.  

Any suggestion on 1440p with IPS or VA panel would be really helpful for me. iam going to connect to 4k tv for temp.

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10 hours ago, ΨΨ babloos ΨΨ said:

yeah did some research Looks like  freesync is supported

haven't been following pc gaming for more then a year now..

 

Lot of cheap 1440p 144hz ips/VA  monitors are available now it use to be 70k for those Asus/Acer models with Gsync.  

Any suggestion on 1440p with IPS or VA panel would be really helpful for me. iam going to connect to 4k tv for temp.

 

Acer VG271U is pretty much the only IPS panel that goes around 25-27k mark. I think Samsung has a 27 unch curved VA panel and LG has a 32 inch VA panel. 

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22 hours ago, ΨΨ babloos ΨΨ said:

yeah did some research Looks like  freesync is supported

haven't been following pc gaming for more then a year now..

 

Lot of cheap 1440p 144hz ips/VA  monitors are available now it use to be 70k for those Asus/Acer models with Gsync.  

Any suggestion on 1440p with IPS or VA panel would be really helpful for me. iam going to connect to 4k tv for temp.


https://www.amazon.in/Samsung-27-inch-Monitor-Refresh-LC27JG54QQWXXL/dp/B07TZNPHCG/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=qhd+144hz&qid=1582010684&sr=8-3
https://www.amazon.in/LG-Ultragear-Gaming-Monitor-Freesync/dp/B07FLGR2PN/ref=pd_sbs_147_2/258-1075263-3307908?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B07FLGR2PN&pd_rd_r=d0d93f34-fe57-4a5f-9e1e-c512089c3d01&pd_rd_w=tcTjy&pd_rd_wg=mM1Hd&pf_rd_p=fbf43daf-8fb3-47b5-9deb-ae9cce3969a9&pf_rd_r=8FE1VJG14F041VX1KZ2Z&psc=1&refRID=8FE1VJG14F041VX1KZ2Z

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