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Is it worth to upgrade?
SPUNJ | 
Latvia XYPyra 
From i5-2500 to i7-3770? if not, i have to buy new/other platform.
2019-02-15 16:03
Not really. I had an i5 2500k till last year, i had to upgrade to i7 8700k just because my motherboard broke and was not able to find another one for the socket.
2019-02-15 16:05
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SPUNJ | 
Latvia XYPyra 
you probably had it overcloked right? I can feel fps drops due CPU. GPU is using about 50% at max in CS:GO (GTX 770)
2019-02-15 16:07
I never overclocked it, my motherboard was an h67. my csgo ran fine with a gtx 570 and with a r9 290 later. CSGO changed tho.
2019-02-15 21:47
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SPUNJ | 
Latvia XYPyra 
Oh. Overclocked one would run even better. I can't say that CS:GO runs bad, but I can feel those fps drops to <120fps
2019-02-15 22:40
Mine never dropped below that. I had pretty low/medium settings. even nowadays with a beefy pc i have the same settings.
2019-02-15 22:51
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SPUNJ | 
Latvia XYPyra 
Like these are small spikes, can feel them on 120hz.
2019-02-16 18:20
nvm
2019-02-15 16:06
#4
SPUNJ | 
Latvia XYPyra 
up
2019-02-15 19:43
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Czech Republic Kravicka 
no save for normal new cpu...
2019-02-15 19:46
#8
SPUNJ | 
Latvia XYPyra 
basicaly I have to get better CPU, newer motherboard and new ram sticks (if mb has ddr4)
2019-02-15 22:41
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Czech Republic Kravicka 
sadly yes
2019-02-15 23:32
not worth the upgrade, I'd just save money for a new computer but you can get alot for budget nowadays ryzen 5 2600 + 1060 3gb = 350 euro + mobo+ 8gb ram =~480 euro
2019-02-15 22:43
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SPUNJ | 
Latvia XYPyra 
Agree. Since I play mostly cs:go, gpu is not an issue. (right now, idk about future) I could even try to get used parts in local IT forums, could save quite a lot.
2019-02-16 00:42
#13
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Italy AlCapone1925 
No, save the money for a new computer.
2019-02-16 01:01
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