Yaeh, then go with 2700X, its price dropping as hard as Linus drops things now.
Gaming only takes 1-2 cores, so you're left with 4 cores to do the encoding.
In single/multi-thread benchmarks, 3600X beats 2700X by 20% to 25% (https://technical.city/en/cpu/Ryzen-7-2700X-vs-Ryzen-5-3600X and http://hwbench.com/cpus/amd-ryzen-5-3600x-vs-amd-ryzen-7-2700x)
That being said, the price of 2700X is droping, so it maybe a good consideration.
But, the SSD is boot drve and the HDD are data storage, so the SSD won't fill up that quick
Faster RAM, yeah. Quite unexpectable.
That is quite... nice
My own build: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/FyFvgw
Yeah, that's decent enough.
Yeah, not gonna upgrade for another long time
"sacrifice some visuals"
How? The 3600X has a higher base and boost clock with 6 cores, enough to game and stream at the same time.
2 million cheaper than the full
A 80+bronze with 450W delivery?
The new 3600/3600X will do the same, the downside is no one used it.
Yeah, I think it is??? The price ranging from 3.5$ to 148.35$
Windows 10's cheaper here, so... you can add few more things
It does look like that, oof.
The case (doesn't look good, sr): https://imgur.com/9GUGv9b and https://imgur.com/vdqCchC
Meh, buy the cheaper Windows 10, or crazier, install Windows XP with a old CD.
The windows is 1/3 the price, so I'll try go the other way here in Vietnam. There also was a website with free Windows key for non-commercial user, but Microsoft is a cash cow, so...
No video card, right.
The case is unknown to me, it's an ATX case, that's all I know.
The PC is running Windows 7 Ultimate x64
The keyboard is PS/2, so it's might be better to buy new.
Other than that, we're good.
I don't know, may be less than 300$? 200$?
The case is ATX-compatible so... that's good enough
He's a deer,... so Dear (?)
So, double the value
AMD for the day, for the life!
Get REKT, Intel.
No 6th or 7th gen CPU run on Z370 mobo anyways :P
Still worth it?... Maybe. The 9900K(F) draws more power if you plan to OC it. The board's prices are similar. So go with the 9900KF if you want to spend 70$ on something, but I'd go with the 3900X.
Ryzen 9 3900X, go for it.
Recent benchmarks showed the 3900X goes neck-to-neck, toe-to-toe with 9900K in single-thread performance, and completely wreck the table in multi-thread performance, all at the same price.
It does... y not?
Here's one if u dont wanna wait: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/PPgWWD
He said wait. Be patient.
Used parts can be a good deal, or opposite.
The build otherwise is solid for your grandma.
And, as test19 said "I would also add a $20 120GB SSD. Place Windows 10 on it for a lightning-fast startup as well."
There are things a console can't achieve, but a PC can, so no.
Go for a 1660, then OC it
Pretty much agree w/ u
So every, EVERY image, video, gif, etc. from the north hemisphere gets flip when you look at them in Australia (on the Internet, of course). dont kno y tho
Why has this thread became a joke discussion?
The 2080Ti is indeed OP, but a matching CPU for minimum bottleneck is also expensive. Here's the list:
1st. Core i7-9700K: 349.99$
2nd. Core i9-9900K: 474.99$
3rd. Core i9-9900: 439.00$
4th. Ryzen 7 3700X: 329.00$
5th. Ryzen 7 3800X: 399.00$
6th. Ryzen 9 3900X: 499.00$
And there's also the upcoming Ryzen 9 3950X, too. Both team will need you to purchase their high-end Z390 or X570 mobo to have full features (with more cash, duh), unless, of course, you want to run a i9-9900 on H370 mobo w/ a BIOS update. The cost will skyrocket real quick.
I feel like the 3000 series a little more expensive than what AMD usually offer. The 3600 is at ~190$, while the 1700X is at ~160$ and the 2600 at ~130$, a noticable difference.
So, don't upgrade. Stick with the 8700, it's decent (for now).
IT IS A AUSTRALIA JOKE
Yeah, it's been updated a lot and it's fine. Windows 10 also got through some of it.
I'm just laughing at the impossibility of the benchmark system
So, the old driver is the most likely cause of this thing, but I can't say for sure. Windows 10 worked fine for a week with its auto-download driver before it got a flashing screen at boot.
The cooling is also as likely. I played Mincraft at low settings plus listen music w/ Chrome in the background and the i3-390M hit 87C at max, avg 72C, even with power saving/balance power plan.
Hard drive? No. It just got replace for a month. Hardware issues? Better not be it.
The "failed" is like a unrecoverable carsh, a literally hard crash. It just running Windows 8.1 and, boom, blank.
Appearently, there's no one who can sleep after browsing PCPP.
But that's also means no scary zombie on this site
Flip ur monitor joke intended
Joke aside, pricing is Intel's issue.
I can't believe this topic still relavant god damn it
Do you have a Z370 mobo? If so, first, you should have buy a 8700K in the first place. If not, you're good. Both situation, upgreading to "9th" gen is not worth it at all.
That is fricking chill, dude
How? A 3200G and 1000$ price tag?
Ryzen 7 3900X. Take it or leave it.
So sad :(
Yeah, you should switch to PC, but I have no build to suggest now (at least around the 1000$ price tag)