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  1. Hi again, Innocent Question: When I read on the motherboard on the official website of the product, it seems that with the i5 processor it only supports memories up to 2666? If so, is it really advisable to go for 3000 memory which is more expensive? Will he be supported at all? Wouldn't it be more appropriate to go for cheaper memories with such a motherboard? (Or alternatively go for a slightly more advanced motherboard?) Thanks!
  2. Thanks for the recommendations! Another question: with AMD's new cards could one of them be better?
  3. I edited the original post, no HDD needed, the direction is to go on a 1TB NVME drive. It's not really clear to me why you recommend going for an AMD processor when the budget is limited. In addition - please only interested in new parts. Thanks
  4. Hello everyone, consult on specifications for a friend, main gaming designation, budget in the 4-5 thousand range, used on a 4K screen at 60 Hz that has already been purchased: https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg-27UL500- W-4k-uhd-led-monitor 1. What is the maximum budget? Is an exception possible if necessary? NIS 5, a slight deviation if really needed, priority for savings if possible (for example, maybe on a 60 Hz screen only a very powerful video card is not needed? On the other hand, it is 4K ..) 2. What is the use of the computer (games, graphic editing, Office work, HD content for example), is there a specific example of a game or software? Games (COD, PUGB, Hitman, Doom, RDR, AC - in short action games, etc.) 3. Is there
  5. When I read this article, it's hard for me not to get the impression that a gamer who does not have an unlimited budget is no better to go for an up - to - date Intel i-5 and put the price difference (5600 costs double!) On a more powerful video card? On the other hand, everyone here in the forum already crowns Intel as the late .. Most home users, even gamers, do not come with an endless budget .. What am I missing?
  6. Well thank you. I bought the memory up and added, an improvement in FPS on the Planet coaster it did not give and the truth is that the load on the processor also looks similar. We'll see if I can find a second-hand video card at a reasonable price and try to keep it like this for another year or two until I replace everything completely. Thanks for the help !
  7. Well, impressions from Planet Coaster: By and large, all three flirted in the 80% -90% range throughout the operating time, but the only one that really sometimes reached 100% was indeed the processor. The question is whether there could be, for example, an upgrade of approx. Screen and memory will also reduce CPU load? Because they, too, clearly have a load
  8. I found someone willing to sell it to me, will it work with my card?
  9. I understood, thank you! As for the memory, for me I buy a card and put it in another slot .. it is considered a dual channel? Should I buy another 8G DDR3 1600 card, no matter which one, will work, or do I have to find the exact same card? (I think it would be almost impossible at the moment because it is very outdated)
  10. The token fell to me when I played Planet Coaster at 20 frames per second and realized I had lost power on my specs. This is a bit of a tricky question because I usually do not play very demanding games, but I might have played if I had the ability .. By and large what I did get to play say in the last year: RA3 (yes yes!) CS: GO Planet Coaster Cities Skylines COD: Warzone With the first 2 there is no problem with the current specifications either. But the rest of the games, even if running at the moment, are not necessarily with the desired number of frames. Yes it is possible that with a newer card I will try to play a little more FPS games. Ah! And another thing I forgot to mention, if possible the card will be able to run
  11. thank you for the answer ! 1. With such cards and my CPU will not be a bottleneck problem? Is it not possible for me to pay for a card that gives X output but because of the CPU I will only get 0.8X? (Because if so maybe it is better to buy a card that gives 0.8X and cheaper in advance) 2. Regarding the memory - any 8GB DDR3 will work with my memory no matter what the model? Uncle
  12. Hello everyone, I have a 6 year old computer and recently I pretty much finished my mind to purchase a new specification with the new AMD processor coming out in a few days. Still, since I'm only a light gamer I think again and maybe just replacing a video card will do the job? My current specifications: Motherboard: GA-H97M-D3H Processor: Intel Core i5-4690 Memory: Hynix Original 8GB DDR3 1600 SSD drive: Mushkin Source model 2 480 GB Video card: GIGABYTE HD 7970 WindForce 3X OC Case: Fractal Design Define Mini Power supply: 700W My expectations are to be able to run games (even new ones) at 1,080P on the 60 Hz range, I do not have a screen that supports bio
  13. Hi, my computer is already 6 years old and I plan to replace it. Currently waiting for the new processors to come out in another two weeks of AMD. 1. Is the cheapest processor out of the three ($ 299) expected to include a built-in graphics card? 2. If so, does it seem to you that it will be enough for light gaming alone (1080P at 60 Hz only) 3. What do you think is expected to be about the price in the country? 5. Is it relevant from now on to start building (on paper) a specification based on it or to wait? Thanks !
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