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Russia HltvBestUser 
Please tell me how much fps this setup can get me in csgo. Also any upgrade or downgrade if you think is better, please comment. Can this run other high end games? pcpartpicker.com/list/hpPWyf
2017-01-27 11:54
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You will get 143 fps in cs 144hz monitor is now useless buy drugs.
2017-01-27 11:55
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why is it now useless? Should i go for better cpu. only serious answer pls. dont waste my time
2017-01-27 12:01
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Seriously? Your cpu will bottleneck gpu. i3's 2 cores are not ready for this gpu. You will not see any difference between gtx 1050 and 1060. Maybe I'm wrong, check benchmarks comparing this 2 gpu's with that cpu
2017-01-27 12:03
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Depends on the game. In some titles there will be no bottleneck. However he could get Pentium G4560 which is cheaper and mostly has the same performance as this core i3
2017-01-27 12:06
yea but i5 was too costly so i took this one. which cpu would u suggest? i was planning for other games too. For csgo i think there is not much difference in 1050 and 1060 but for other games it will be.
2017-01-27 12:07
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If you need new PC now, buy Pentium G4560, OR wait for new AMD cpu's (march) and buy 4/4 amd cpu.
2017-01-27 12:10
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^THIS if you are on strict budget. Otherwise save for i5 7400.
2017-01-27 12:17
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^THIS guy is right. +1 for my slavic friend.
2017-01-27 12:24
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Hong Kong TROIIDA
i think your advice with the drugs was better. either save up for a good machine or get a used one instead
2017-01-27 12:30
Why MB on h170 chipset? Buy asrock z170 pro4 and u will be able to overlock your cpu. Talking about fps, this system will give enough fps to play with 144 hz monitor.,(around 250 fps)
2017-01-27 12:02
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OK thanks. What about other games like high end games, will they run at all? Which cpu i need for games like witcher3?
2017-01-27 12:09
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My answer is below, lol
2017-01-27 12:16
First of all he would need a bios that supports nonK overclocking through BCLK, not sure how it looks now after Intel's complaints about Asrock's strategy. BCLK OC also means some limits. And then - I don't really see a point in this. For that price (with Z170 pro4), he could almost have i5 7400 in a very basic MOBO and get much more stable performance and -also important- 4 cores.
2017-01-27 12:13
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Now all new ASRock MB have modified bios out of the box , so u don't need to upgrade bios. U are maybe right about i5-6400 and the cheapest MB, but some games are hard on cpu frequency, while others - on amount of cores) so there two different variants.)
2017-01-27 12:24
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Yeah, I agree - it really depends on the games that he wants to play :)
2017-01-27 12:32
Better to buy i5 6400 + Rx470 4gb. For cs go you need better cpu, so you will get more fps than with better video card And in other games like bf1, gta 5, you will get 60+ fps full hd on ultra settings. Its gonna be probably even cheaper than i3 + 1060 edit: Just made a build with i5 6400 + Rx470 Total: $926.20 Yep, its cheaper
2017-01-27 12:13
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*i5 7400 - unless it's at a great price, there is no reason to prefer skylake over kaby lake
2017-01-27 12:15
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Czech Republic B0barian
you should be getting solid 150 - 200 fps
2017-01-27 12:12
For games I will recommend i5-6400 at least. MB on z170 chipset, so u can overlock to 4.5 ghz. With this gpu it's perfect middle price computer which gives u an opportunity to play all high end games with 1920*1080 res and with high-maximum video settings
2017-01-27 12:15
Avoid the i3 ffs, unless your extremely low budget... get an i5 7600k with a z270 motherboard, ddr4 ram 3200mhz, gtx1050 is enough just lower settings so you get 300fps on csgo..
2017-01-27 12:18
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can 1050 run other games like witcher 3 if at all? or what would u suggest not increasing budget may be 200$ or so.
2017-01-27 12:21
4 replies
get an i5 7600K instead of the i3 and buy a decent cooler so you can OC only a bit more than 100 extra
2017-01-27 12:27
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wrong reply. sorry.
2017-01-27 12:31
For sure switch to a i5, ur current i3 would bottle neck any graphics card. I'd drop down to a 1050 too, it will run the witcher 3 good enough too.
2017-01-27 12:29
Also you don't exactly need a 6th gen one, a i5 4670k should be your goal.
2017-01-27 12:32
you will NOT get 300fps with a 1050 you dont even get 300fps with a 1060
2017-01-27 12:26
That i3 in particular is stronger than some i5s, but it's true that there should be no reason to buy it unless you're cash-strapped.
2017-01-27 12:28
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Australia Raychippy5
I'm no good at pc builds or anything related to it but how is this build? au.pcpartpicker.com/user/Raychippy/saved.. Edit: what should I change and stuff
2017-01-27 12:36
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U need to change MOBO to z170 chipset, cuz u buy unlocked cpu (it means u can overlock it). And to avoid bottlenecking, I suggest u to buy i7-6700k processor, cuz, i5-6600k is not good for all games if u want max performance.
2017-01-27 12:51
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Australia Raychippy5
I've read from others that the i5-6600k won't bottleneck the GPU or w/e I guess this is wrong?
2017-01-27 12:55
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Australia Raychippy5
2017-01-27 13:01
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Just perfect)
2017-01-27 13:12
wish i could also buy something like that. unfortunately out of my budget :(
2017-01-27 13:18
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Australia Raychippy5
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2017-01-27 14:48
2017-01-27 12:39
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Belarus ALBiNh0
buying 100$ cpu & 270$ monitor sounds retarded
2017-01-27 13:05
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haha yea but monitors are crazy man. i will upgrade my cpu though just not sure which one
2017-01-27 13:17
With that i3 you get more than 150 fps... Try changing it to a new i5 kaby Lake, like 7400..drop the 1060 if you only gonna play cs, get a rx 480 or the 1050.. If you plan on other games then get the 1060
2017-01-27 14:54
Also, cxm suxx... Get a better psu
2017-01-27 14:57
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