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best cpu for csgo?
leckr | 
Czech Republic LECKR 
what would you recommend to me? i need 250+ stable fps, cuz i got 144hz and it's pain to play with less than 144fps my spec's now: cpu : amd fx6300 gpu : r9 270x I'm getting 180 fps while playing official matches, but sometimes it drops under 120fps.. it's annoying when i have 144hz, also when i play ffa i get only 80fps:X every1 saying that's because of my CPU, that i should change it to intel:x i would like to buy like i5, but i'm not sure which one, to make sure that i'll get 250+fps yep and price about 200euro(+/-)
2017-04-19 23:42
anything not amd /close
2017-04-19 23:44
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Norway Kimmiix 
^
2017-04-19 23:44
You brain is damaged with intel advertisments
2017-04-19 23:46
The ryzen series are alright. Not better than current I5/i7s for gaming, but alright. The fx series was crap, though.
2017-04-20 09:17
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Other anarh1st47 
Nt intel fanboy
2017-04-20 09:19
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Denmark MrLagzy 
either Ryzen 5 1500x or the Intel i5 7600k is sufficient. I'd also upgrade the GPU to AMD Radeon 570 ;)
2017-04-19 23:44
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leckr | 
Czech Republic LECKR 
Ryzen is new cpu from amd right? is it already tested on csgo?^^ about gpu, is it really necessary to upgrade it? because i dont have enough money to buy a new gpu too, i think i should buy new cpu instead of new gpu
2017-04-19 23:47
You should upgrade your cpu to ryzen since i think it shares the same am3+ chipset, rather than getting a new mobo
2017-04-19 23:49
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leckr | 
Czech Republic LECKR 
Yeah i think about it too, but i'm not sure if ryzen would give me 250+ stable fps, since it's new cpu:X
2017-04-19 23:50
nevermind, you're gonna have to upgrade your motherboard either way, since the new ryzen cpus use am4 chipset
2017-04-19 23:52
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Other HaZaaR_ 
Different chipset, wouldn't work unfortunately
2017-04-19 23:51
Uses AM4 not AM3+
2017-04-19 23:52
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Denmark MrLagzy 
Ryzen are way cheaper than intel processors and outright beat the CPU's that Intel offer in the same price class. the only Intel CPU that really beats Ryzen in single-threaded processes is the 7700k. Ryzen uses the new AM4 socket - so you'll have to upgrade motherboard as well. There will sooner or later come some cheap ATX boards you can get. so the total price for the Ryzen 5 1500x and a mother board around €200. Then you can save up for a new GPU and DDR4 ram and you'd have a great machine for CS:GO and the coming years.
2017-04-19 23:57
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leckr | 
Czech Republic LECKR 
As i said somewhere below, i have more than just 200euro, but i don't wanna spend 500 euro on cpu only:x i could spend max 300euro, so i'm thinking about i5-6400 or i5-6660k + motherboard ofcourse. But idk about that ryzen, i'm aware that it will have similiar problems as older ones
2017-04-19 23:59
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Denmark MrLagzy 
The Ryzen 1500x cost below 200 euros and has a higher performance than either of those I5 processors you said. If you get either the I5-6400 or 6660k it'll just become a bottleneck for you in a year.
2017-04-20 09:10
get an i5 7600k if you aren't going to upgrade for a while
2017-04-19 23:47
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Other HaZaaR_ 
If you have only 200 euros, there isn't really much that you can do. If you are on an AM3+ board then you are pretty much stumped. I guess you could get the CPU I'm using, FX-8350, but your board may not support the wattage that it requires and it isn't really that big an upgrade (I can't keep stable 250+ fps, but in 5v5 I rarely go less than 144fps, and if I do, it's Cache T-spawn). You are much better off just saving your money and getting a Ryzen board and processor when you have enough. Buying a new CPU for that board would be a very poor investment, as it would barely get anywhere near to what you want and that wouldn't last long for when you want to play other games, or Valve decides that everyone is getting too much fps and takes some of it away in the form of a feature that nobody wants or a map revamp.
2017-04-19 23:50
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leckr | 
Czech Republic LECKR 
Thanks for help, tbh i have more than 400 euro, but i don't want to spend it all, max 300 with new cpu + eventually motherboard. I want really stable 250+ fps, since i'm playing semi-profesionally and i never felt worse pain than playing ESL official on 50 fps with 144hz:x (esl wire sucks) and on some new maps ( inferno ) when enemy do full execute, i get like 40fps and im pretty done :D
2017-04-19 23:54
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Other HaZaaR_ 
CS is notoriously hard to get a stable any amount of frames, but I think that Ryzen will do you well. A constant 250fps is a dream for many, but it isn't as necessary to perform as they think. I am confident that a Ryzen CPU will get you a performance that you are happy with, probably only dropping below 180 in ridiculous scenarios.
2017-04-20 00:02
i7 6950x
2017-04-19 23:57
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leckr | 
Czech Republic LECKR 
nah sorry, too cheap for me
2017-04-19 23:57
#19
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Lithuania Paulius_CS 
7700K clocked up to 5.0ghz
2017-04-20 00:04
#31
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United States lumpy seal 
rofl
2017-04-20 10:12
#20
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Germany GeoRg___J 
i7 7700k
2017-04-20 01:03
#21
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Poland Super889 
dude i5 2500k cheap and strong 250+fps
2017-04-20 01:25
144hz monitors are just 60hz monitors but they cost more cause they want more money and you think "i have 144hz monitor i can see enemy better now!" it doesnt work like that... You can buy 30hz monitor and play with 30fps it looks same like playing 300fps and 144hz.
2017-04-20 09:14
B8 4/10
2017-04-20 09:44
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Other anarh1st47 
For you fx8350 or smth like that, else goto am4 socket and r7
2017-04-20 09:19
7600k with somewhat decent cooling & OC and you'll be alright for the next years unless volvo pushes another truly useful update which will drain the fps by 40%. 7700k if you don't mind spending a bit more $. But even when the 7700k has a higher base clock, eventually you'll end up having a lower OC cause it usually runs hotter than the 7600k. E: Didn't see your budget. 7600k if the 200€ is for CPU only. But you'll need a MOBO and DDR4 as well. If it's 200 for all parts, either save up or get some used old gen i5/i7.
2017-04-20 09:36
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Kyrgyzstan XcmlX 
he can sell his current PC and buy a new one with the parts that you suggested. although even i5 4460 + gtx 960 would be enough to provide stable 250 fps (i'm using i5 3470 and gtx 960 and get stable 220 fps on average most of the time)
2017-04-20 09:58
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United States f00bar 
intel 8080
2017-04-20 09:39
#32
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United States lumpy seal 
MIPS 2000
2017-04-20 10:13
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