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Netherlands n3wH0p3 
I got a Zowie XL2546 last week but still dip down to 200-220 fps sometimes. So I am thinking about upgrading my cpu since cs is a more cpu heavy game when looking for info on Google etc. Is it worth it to go from a 2700x to a 5600x? My gpu is a 1660ti
2021-02-23 00:20
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get cpu with high hz
2021-02-23 00:21
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#4
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Europe Nuskel
Clock speeds isn't all that matters.
2021-02-23 00:21
21 replies
in cs:go it is
2021-02-23 00:26
20 replies
+1
2021-02-23 00:36
U don't know shit then
2021-02-23 05:02
14 replies
Csgo can only utilize so many cores, clockspeed will always help, until it gets to the point where it makes no difference.
2021-02-23 08:31
12 replies
csgo only utilizes one core so, the only things matter are IPC and clock speeds
2021-02-23 09:09
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#128
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Pakistan LeGiT^
-1000 IQ
2021-02-24 02:47
2 replies
0/8 bait
2021-02-24 06:55
its expected hes a shitquid fan
2021-02-24 18:03
Clock speed means very little, you could have a 2GHZ cpu and thank to its IPC its faster than a 4ghz CPU. A 9900K is faster thana 4790K even if the 9900K is underclocked to 3ghz.
2021-02-24 03:09
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i said IPC also matters?????????
2021-02-24 06:55
-9000 IQ -1/8
2021-02-24 07:08
1 reply
Are you fuck you?
2021-02-24 08:40
by your logic, an fx 9590 at 5ghz would do great please, refrain from commenting about things you don't know
2021-02-23 15:57
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#106
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Asia TopBaiter
yesss
2021-02-23 19:01
Obviously the FX series was a flop, even though it boasts good clockspeeds and core count on paper, it still had a 30+ nm process, which is pure shit, and because it gets so hot, it's gonna auto-throttle speeds anyway. Don't pretend like you know any better.
2021-02-24 07:21
+1
2021-02-24 18:04
no u
2021-02-23 08:39
omegalul facepalm epic fail
2021-02-23 12:19
1 reply
#107
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Asia TopBaiter
gigalul megalul
2021-02-23 19:02
#122
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Estonia B0tMaNN
There's a god damn difference between clock speed and IPC or Instructions Per Clock. Literally means the chip can output more instructions per clock. That's why AMD leads in single core performance atm even though it can barely eke out 5ghz with extreme overclocking.
2021-02-24 00:31
knock knock IPC here
2021-02-24 18:03
you know clockspeed is a bit like a heartbeat or a pulse sure u get more blood flowing through u with a high pulse but trust me if you are up against an elephant your high pulse won't boost your performance too much
2021-02-23 15:08
#2
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Europe Nuskel
5600x is great, can't go wrong with that one. A bit expensive right now, though.
2021-02-23 00:21
wait 200 fps is not enough for you?
2021-02-23 00:21
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#6
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Europe Nuskel
It's a 240hz screen.
2021-02-23 00:22
fps drops are noticeable because it affects the frametime and can cause a mini-stuttering also he has a 240hz screen so he will never want his fps to be below 240
2021-02-23 12:35
8 replies
he will never want his fps to be lower than 280 tbh. I once played csgo with a 144hz monitor and 160 min fps and the game was unplayable for my eyes. you should have a minimum of 40 fps above the monitor hz to be safe in this game
2021-02-23 18:27
7 replies
again, this happens because of the frametime, if your min fps is 160 and you avg fps is, say, 240, the drop will be noticeable because you have lost many fps. you can cap max fps to the min value (160, which is still above 144) to have a smooth frametime and therefore a smooth gameplay, but ideally you would want your fps max to be hz*2 or hz*3
2021-02-23 23:38
5 replies
no. the game is never smoother with lower fps... if you think so just go ahead and play 60hz at 120 vs 60 hz at 240 and tell me you see no difference.
2021-02-23 23:58
4 replies
have you read what i typed
2021-02-24 00:25
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yeah. did you read what i typed? Get a 60 hz monitor and a pc that can run 300 fps consistently. cap it on 120 and on 240 fps cuz you said that capping fps to lower fps makes it smooth because it's stable. however, this is not the case. unstable 200 fps is better than stable 100 on any given moment.
2021-02-24 02:17
2 replies
a too unstable fps will cause ocasional dips, which will give the visual feeling of stuttering. it's obvious that higher fps is better, but capping it somewhere above the hz value can give a better frametime. the lowest it went was 160 fps, so capping it at 160-180 will give a smoother frametime and less stuttering feeling
2021-02-24 02:43
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no it wont. as i said, test it yourself. the only way you can get rid of stuttering is by getting more stable fps. everything you will gain from lowering your fps to 160 in that case is more input lag. you can indeed get used to it way easier cuz it will be constantly trash, but you don't gain any advantage. what you are saying may affect games that run in 60 but can't get it consistently. using 30 fps max will make it look better (still worse in reality but it will look better) but that's because the difference is huge there compared to 160 vs 200 and because it's below the refresh rate of the monitor. the 40 fps in this case won't help you in any way shape or form because you are already running way above the acceptable fps theory and reality are 2 different things
2021-02-24 03:04
It's has nothing to do with "minimum of 40 fps above the monitor hz", you just need around 200+ fps (but maybe 180+ is also acceptable, idk) otherwise game doesn't feel good.
2021-02-24 07:09
your cpu is perfectly fine, one of the more powerful on the market. On the other hand, your gpu, though being new. Isnt exactly the greatest and doesnt offer great performance. You will ALWAYS be able to go further in any game with a better gpu than cpu
2021-02-23 00:21
5 replies
+1
2021-02-23 08:32
Except csgo
2021-02-23 12:29
1 reply
and many other games
2021-02-23 15:07
he plays cs go which almost only cpu reliant
2021-02-23 15:09
#123
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Estonia B0tMaNN
Yea, for general purpose i would agree, thing is it's CSGO and the GPU market is BEYOND fucked at the moment.
2021-02-24 00:39
when u want fps in cs buy intel not lowzen
2021-02-23 00:22
34 replies
stuck in 2019 or something? Ryzen 5000 series is the best for csgo
2021-02-23 00:28
33 replies
show me a video with a ryzen and high fps... meanwhile i get around stable 600+ with an overclocked 7700k and 1080 4 years old with an tx 2080 probably around 700-800 but i wait :) i help u fps benchmark youtube.com/watch?v=4PRS4K-k6nU 468 fps my setup gets 477 and is 4 years old lel
2021-02-23 00:39
32 replies
good b8
2021-02-23 05:01
#18
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Israel GrandpaZ
Imagine thinking a 7700k can even remotely beat a 5600x XD. Oh i loled so hard, thank you! Edit: just watched the vid. Fml
2021-02-23 08:35
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2021-02-23 12:41
"meanwhile i get around stable 600+..." "my setup gets 477 and is 4 years old lel" No one is ever gonna take you serious like that. Is it possible to block people's posts on hltv? I'd prefer to never see this guys opinion ever again
2021-02-23 08:42
21 replies
It's possible that he gets 477 fps in fps_benchmark if he uses 1024x768 (and maybe no -tickrate 128 option), but "600+" is obviously complete bullshit, or he doesn't understand that "600+" and "600 average" are completely different things, although he's not getting 600+ average with this setup anyway... "250+" or even "300+" is somewhat believable if he has everything overclocked and optimized, but "600+"... :D Cool fucking story.
2021-02-23 08:56
7 replies
He doesn't even need to lie, cause overclocked Intels are really fucking good in csgo. My friend with 8600k oc'd gets more fps than I do with 3700x. He also plays on shitty resolution and did a lot of optimizations, meanwhile idgaf. Even with older intels you can get a fuckton of fps. Some even use custom OS just to get more fps. Problem is, as soon as you do anything else, you get rekt. E: what I want to say is: you can't say one thing and a completely different thing 2 sentences later. Beside me knowing that he is talking bullshit, he invalidates everything he says by writing like fucking trump.
2021-02-23 09:09
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I didn't say you can't get high fps with overclocked 7700k. I said "600+" isn't realistic. And 600+ means that your fps literally never drops below 600. It's completely different from having 600 fps average with drops to 300, for example.
2021-02-23 15:05
1 reply
I am with you bro. +1
2021-02-23 15:19
#92
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Czech Republic Prevodovka
i have i7 7700 and sometimes it drops to fucking 160 on lowest settings. Overclocked to the max
2021-02-23 16:09
3 replies
It's normal bro. I drop to low 200s sometimes with 3700x with oc'd ram. Cs is just trash game. You can hold 3-400 fps all the time, but there will always be a drop to 1xx or low 200.
2021-02-23 16:14
#109
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Asia TopBaiter
i7 7700 with power limits, wtf, throw that in the bin
2021-02-23 19:04
1 reply
what
2021-02-23 20:00
what is wrong with my comment, i dont get it ? on most places on good server i get around 600 fps and in fps benchmark from cs go like in the video 477 on aimmaps i got 700-850 fps 7700k 4.9ghz 1080 ti iam not the only one
2021-02-23 11:47
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2021-02-23 12:11
10 replies
bro i have capped at 400 fps and always 399 fps, never goes below that so dont talk about 250
2021-02-23 13:40
9 replies
Don't talk about "600+" unless you measure it with proper methodology, i.e. using FPS logging utility like Fraps or MSI Afterburner.
2021-02-23 14:26
8 replies
like i said on aimmaps i have 800+ on normal severs never go below 399, with 400 capped
2021-02-23 14:45
7 replies
Now you're saying you have 400+ instead of 600+ ? Well, this is more realistic, keep going.
2021-02-23 14:57
6 replies
because i capped it, when i make max fps 0 i have on some maps 600+ on aimmaps even 800+ so i dont lie, calm down your discussion is annoying
2021-02-23 15:04
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#63 If you don't understand what "600+ fps" means it's your problem. You could just say that you made a mistake in your initial statement and your fps is "300+" with "600 avg" (which is more or less believable) and stop this "annoying" discussion, but you prefer to continue arguing although you're wrong.
2021-02-23 15:09
4 replies
MAN talk with a wall thx
2021-02-23 15:47
3 replies
Don't spread misleading info, thx.
2021-02-23 16:02
2 replies
MAN talk with a wall thx
2021-02-23 17:03
1 reply
Don't spread misleading info, thx.
2021-02-23 17:05
#118
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United Kingdom oyyrofl
Lies
2021-02-24 00:10
> stable 600+ What a cool story. Meanwhile my friend has 10600k overclocked to 5 ghz with 4000 CL16 RAM optimized subtimings and GTX 1080, he gets 500-600 fps average but sometimes it still drops to 400 if not lower.
2021-02-23 08:51
2 replies
depends on resolution and on servers sometimes my drop too to 400 but that has the 5600 too on some places 850 on some 400 and ryzen wrote too in his benchmark lists 750 fps stable so i can too :) thats usual, and yes the new ryzen is finally a good one for cs i saw it yesterday but mostly before was crap for cs
2021-02-23 11:52
1 reply
> stable 600+ > sometimes my drop too to 400 Pick one. Yeah, you can write whatever you want, and people can call you a liar too.
2021-02-23 12:14
#32
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Poland morosek
What res?
2021-02-23 09:20
LMAO 400fps on that benchmark test i get 825 fps on that test with 5600x+ 3060 ti- not overclocked or anything. playing on 16:10 1280x800 res with 8x msaa, 16x antistropic, half high half low
2021-02-24 18:30
2 replies
xD
2021-02-24 18:34
compare 7700k and 1080 5 years old with the newest graphic card and cpu...
2021-02-24 19:11
5600x
2021-02-23 00:27
#11
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Other TribeX5
you can also buy better cooling and overclock cpu. I have i5 4690k @3.5ghz (I had about 200fps ingame) and i overclocked it to @4.9ghz and now i constantly have about 250fps. A big help also when you want stable fps in csgo is to set priority in task manager to HIGH. It's probably the best fps boost/stabilization you can get.
2021-02-23 00:34
4 replies
Ryzen has not much room for overclock. And stock autoboost is probably better option anyway.
2021-02-23 08:40
had this till 2.5 years ago was a cool cpu
2021-02-23 15:12
2 replies
#98
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Other TribeX5
yeah its kinda crazy good. It's as good as or if not better than a i5,i7 6th,7th gen
2021-02-23 17:45
1 reply
not it objectively isn't although i liked the longevity of mine never had fps issues then upgraded to 9600k in 2019
2021-02-23 18:13
if you have the patience just wait until there's a good deal
2021-02-23 00:36
#17
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Panama FUN4ENCE
My 5600x averaged ~600 fps in the ulletical benchmark, but I normally get around 300-400 in actual matches. It could be higher if I played in a lower res tho (I play in 1440p). The 5600x is stock, no overclock done on it
2021-02-23 05:07
It's even worth it to go from a 2700x to 3600x since Zen 2 has significant single core performance improvement over Zen/Zen+, and 5600x is even better, so of course it's worth it.
2021-02-23 08:38
18 replies
I have a r7 3800x and cant handle stable 240fps, so this upgrade wouldnt help him at all. with the 5600x obvi everythink should be fine.
2021-02-23 09:15
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#33
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Poland morosek
You can't handle 240fps with that gpu? Weird.
2021-02-23 09:21
1 reply
No way, that's barely better than few gens old i5. Something is wrong
2021-02-23 12:33
Memory speed/timings? GPU? Resolution? Graphics settings? I didn't advice him to upgrade to 3600x, I said even 3600x is better than 2700x because Zen/Zen+ single core performance sucks, so 5600x will be a huge upgrade.
2021-02-23 14:34
14 replies
4:3 1440x1080, mid-high 32gb corsair vengeance 3200mhz 1070gtx zotac, used to upgrade but its impossible to get a 30** in the last months I just mentioned that a upgrade to 3600 isnt worth, cuz even 3700/3800x dont give a huge upgrade.
2021-02-23 20:36
13 replies
3200 mhz RAM is not good for Zen 2 or Zen 3... 3800 would be perfect, or at least 3733. Preferably with optimized subtimings. 3600 and 3700/3800x have more or less the same single-core performance, it's just about how many cores you need, so unless you really need more than 6 cores there is no reason to go for 3700/3800x. Zen 2 has significant single-core performance improvement over Zen/Zen+, it's totally worth it if you play CS:GO, you will literally get 20-25% fps boost (I myself upgraded from 2600 to 3600x, I can notice the difference). But if you have money then of course you should go for 5600x (or better if you need more cores).
2021-02-24 07:28
12 replies
everythink over 3000mhz is fine for ryzen over 3600 it will have more problems and 4000mhz with 4rams wouldnt be stable anyways. if u get a 20-25% fps boost thats cool, but if he cant reach his 240+ stable fps the upgrade is useless.
2021-02-24 12:30
11 replies
Ryzen benefits from higher Infinity Fabric clocks which is tied to RAM speed. 3000 is bad even for Zen/Zen+, for Zen 2 & Zen 3 it's just terrible. Memory OC limit: 3466-3600 Mhz for Zen/Zen+; 3733-3800 Mhz for Zen 2 and probably Zen 3 as well (idk if they fixed AGESA to reach 4000 stable). 240+ stable is possible with 3600x if you have good RAM and everything optimized, but as I said if you have money just go for 5600x.
2021-02-24 12:44
10 replies
New AGESA won't give you 100% stable 4000 even on 5000 Ryzen xD
2021-02-24 12:46
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Ryzen 5000 has been already working with 4000 mhz RAM stable, the only issue is WHEA errors in Windows, that's 100% software problem and AMD should fix this. hardwareluxx.de/community/threads/ryzen-..
2021-02-24 12:51
4 replies
Should xD
2021-02-24 12:57
3 replies
Yeah, that's software problem, not hardware, so it's something they can fix.
2021-02-24 13:00
2 replies
Yeah yeah. Always some problems with AMD.
2021-02-24 13:00
1 reply
Yeah, as if any Intel CPU+MB reach stable 4000+ RAM OC...
2021-02-24 13:02
He is asking for a CPU upgrade to get his stable 240fps If u have to play on 800x600 dogshit qualitiy to get it, this is not abgood advise. He also asked if a 5600x is fine, so the only answer would be yes - or coming with a better solution like some intels which are way better and cheaper for csgo. Yes, they benefit - but 3000mhz with good ticks>3800mhz with bad timings. Also u can OC them anyways. But saying that 3000mhz is terrible is kinda weird if on the other hand ur saying that a ryzen 3600/7/8 is a good upgrade xdxdxd
2021-02-24 12:57
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I literally said multiple times that he should go for 5600x if he has enough money, what are you arguing against? I don't understand. 3000 is terrible for Ryzen, especially for Zen 2 and Zen 3, you won't fix it with any tricks. With Ryzen the only way to improve memory bandwidth and latency is to raise effective memory speed. 3200 CL14 = 8.75 ns, 3800 CL CL17 = 8.94 ns, yet the latter will be better despite worse actual time in nanoseconds. And just an example: Ryzen 2600 wth 3200 CL14 = 55000 mb/s memory bandwidth and 64 ns; Ryzen 3600x with 3200 CL14 = 48000 mb/s and 74 ns; Ryzen 3600x with 3800 CL16 = 57000 mb/s memory bandwidth and 63 ns. Do you see the difference?
2021-02-24 13:19
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Ryzen 2600 wth 3200 CL14 = 55000 mb/s and 64 ns Ryzen 3600x with 3800 CL16 = 57000 mb/s and 63 ns. so must be a worth upgrade? #edit i am arguing against ur "even a 3600x would be an upgrade" But he wants stable 240fps so this is not the way2go If it is cold outside, somone wearing a 20€ shirt u dont say take this one for 50€ - cuz he needs a fking jacket. I see u have knowledge and i dont need to argue against that, cuz i dont know that much about it, but u still gave him a bad recommendation.
2021-02-24 19:44
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What's wrong with "even a 3600x would be an upgrade"? It doesn't mean that 3600x would be preferable option, it means that his 2700x is too bad compared even to 3600x, not to say 5600x which is better than 3600x, so in the words upgrade to 5600x is more than worth it.
2021-02-25 11:34
#28
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Other M@GNU5
maybe you have vertical sync on?
2021-02-23 09:08
#30
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India firejet69
Amd r7 series should be enough
2021-02-23 09:14
#36
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Netherlands AmG_Sm1le
I upgraded my 2600 to a 5600x with a 2070. Went from 140-160avg on the benchmark map to 410+ avg. I know the 2600 is worse than a 2700x but I still think it's worth the upgrade.
2021-02-23 11:48
5 replies
but something is wrong then 1080 ti 7700k 477 fps in benchmark 1280 960 stretched
2021-02-23 11:53
4 replies
#41
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Netherlands AmG_Sm1le
Dunno, I play max settings 1080p, but the single core performance of the 2nd ryzen series isn't that great, while csgo relies on that a lot as far as I know
2021-02-23 12:16
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#74
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Poland morosek
410+ avg on a benchmark map with 5600x? That's low.
2021-02-23 15:22
1 reply
it's because he plays native with ultra settings and he gets bottlenecked, not because of his cpu... it's not low. ultra settings in csgo actually make a huge difference fps wise. idk why he plays like that because 4:3 stretched with low settings (other than shadows) is how everyone should play to get an edge.
2021-02-23 18:40
nothing is wrong , 7700k is beast in csgo , coz very strong single core power tho ryzen 5 5600x is much better still , with 7700k u could get dips below 220 especially when full site execute encounters ofc u will have 600 fps watching at the sky but that's not realistic on 5v5 faceit I have ryzen 3 3300x and I have 483 fps average with rx 580 , and it goes below 240 sometimes ( never below 220 tho which is the most important ) ryzen 5 5600x never goes below 250
2021-02-23 15:22
#40
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Israel ZiinTotH
Your current build is fine. Considering the ridiculous prices of hardware as of now, you should wait for next gen and hope for better prices.
2021-02-23 12:14
If you can find it for the retail price it might be worth it. I get 500-600 fps in csgo
2021-02-23 12:20
Well i have a 9700k and a 1660 ti and i never dip below 270 at the most barely. And im thinking of overclocking my 9700k to get even more performance.
2021-02-23 12:26
What's your resolution? If <1920x1080 focus on cpu, if you play on 1920x1080 both matter equally
2021-02-23 12:34
#49
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Finland Ponzo_
I can recommend a 5600x. Ez 400+ fps even with 1060
2021-02-23 12:36
#51
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Germany Booya
3600 + 1060 = over 300 stable, sometimes 400.
2021-02-23 12:39
1 reply
it goes under 220 when it matters , so no
2021-02-23 15:24
Don't see why you would spend money on a new cpu when the game only drops to 200 fps.
2021-02-23 12:42
2 replies
240 hz monitor
2021-02-23 15:44
1 reply
oh yeah good point
2021-02-23 16:39
3600 is enough and you dont need a new mobo i have 300+ at 1080p with 3600 and 1070
2021-02-23 13:45
5 replies
you don't need new motherboard for 5600x... 1,2,3,5 all use the same motherboards. he should get the 5600x.
2021-02-23 19:02
4 replies
#110
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Asia TopBaiter
+1 only needs BIOS update
2021-02-23 19:06
true i am the one who cant upgrade, because i have a b350((((
2021-02-23 19:23
but he would have to bios update
2021-02-24 18:13
1 reply
so what? he already has a cpu he can use to update it. I don't see the logic behind that reply.
2021-02-24 20:38
yes old ryzens have laggy infinity cache or what its called
2021-02-23 13:47
From Ryzen to Ryzen? xD, you can try.
2021-02-23 14:30
12 replies
cmon man I know you are intel's shill but u gotta admit that ryzen 5 5600x is by far the best cpu for csgo I had a conversation with H4RR3 from Dignitas , he told me the that they have (org) delivered him a PC worth 5k euros recently , and cpu was ryzen 9 5900x ryzen > intel in cs currently
2021-02-23 15:31
3 replies
Sry, i forgot that 70-100 fps diff in cs is worth 100-120 bucks (while you have 350+ anyway)
2021-02-23 15:31
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2021-02-23 15:32
#111
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Asia TopBaiter
+1
2021-02-23 19:07
there are cheaper alternatives like i5 10600k but if you want the absolute best performance you buy r5 5600x
2021-02-23 15:30
7 replies
xD. You buy 10700KF then) 10700f can beat 5800x. youtube.com/watch?v=uFJg5UaT_lU Just off the sound, your eyes can see fps anyway.
2021-02-23 15:33
6 replies
other games performances =/ csgo performance send me csgo comparison
2021-02-23 15:34
5 replies
#78 It's your money man. 10700KF will be slightly better than 5600x, but in your case it's okay. But best option is to sold outdated AM4, buy 10600KF + z490 + OC (1.25v, 4.8 ghz, deepcool gammax 400) and be happy (it will be cheaper anyway) I don't understand why do you want more than 200 fps in cs go. You won't get better cuz another +100 fps, i mean, yeah, a little bit better input lag, but literally nothing more.
2021-02-23 15:39
4 replies
If we look for the price/performance best I already have the best option out there ryzen 3 3300x + artic freezer, bought it for 119 dollars , fps lows never under 220 didn't even oc 483 average 64 tick 435 average 128 tick
2021-02-23 15:42
idk if you play csgo on a daily basis but every time fps goes below 220 you can feel the unsmoothness even on 144hz , and it's definitely not placebo
2021-02-23 15:44
2 replies
In CS:GO you surely want 200+, that's a specificity of engine I'd say. Dunno how people play with 144 fps capped lmao.
2021-02-24 18:12
1 reply
around 200 it starts to get deformed and blurry in my case so I say 220 + at all times and you're good , at least with 144hz , I don't own 240hz monitor so you might need even more than that if you're on 240
2021-02-24 18:25
Yes, the 5600X is one of the best CPUs for CS:GO at the moment. youtube.com/watch?v=iZBIeM2zE-I It's also way ahead of your current one.
2021-02-23 14:59
#64
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Ukraine Najara
Intel only don't be loser
2021-02-23 15:07
1 reply
#112
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Asia TopBaiter
+1
2021-02-23 19:07
#69
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Sweden daddyfalt
didn't read comment but it's ULTRA worth it.
2021-02-23 15:10
ryzen 5600x monster for cs, would upgrade
2021-02-23 15:11
Get amd ryzen 9 5900x, ofcourse it's sorta expensive but if I would upgrade from i9 9900k I would get this.
2021-02-23 15:46
1 reply
why , r5 5600x and r9 5900x have same performance in cs it's only for cs
2021-02-23 15:50
I've got a dual cpu setup so I start first half of my match with amd then when it starts burning I can switch to Intel 👍🔥
2021-02-23 16:01
#93
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Bosnia and Herzegovina dc4
Intel only nothing else.
2021-02-23 16:10
buy an i5 10400f and get 350+ stable fps for half the price of a 5600x
2021-02-23 18:19
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#126
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Indonesia LosD
wait wtf? what gpu u using?
2021-02-24 02:31
what gpu and what res?
2021-02-24 18:01
2700X is trash for csgo so ofc. 5600x should give you min 400 fps if no bottleneck. however, it depends on the res and settings you are using if there will be a bottleneck from the gpu.
2021-02-23 18:23
I have 5600x + 3060 ti and average 825 fps on the fps benchmark test map in csgo. but maybe some other cheaper cpu will do the job as well. i mean with 5600x you probably gonna average like 500+ fps, and that's not really needed.
2021-02-23 18:29
#105
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Asia TopBaiter
you have two sticks of ram or not? that cpu is not bad per se
2021-02-23 19:07
#119
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Estonia B0tMaNN
For the love of god, don't sidegrade from an 8 core chip to a 6 core. The single core performance is tempting, but 6 cores is not gonna last very long for new games coming out. Even if the game doesn't utilize 8 cores (The Division 2, a 2 year old game does, Death Stranding does) you still need idle cores for background tasks. The 2700x is fine for now. The 5900x would be a perfect future proof chip but with a more realistic budget I'd wait for a reasonably priced 5700x.
2021-02-24 00:15
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#121
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Estonia B0tMaNN
Well, actually if you literally only care about CSGO then yea, faster single core is the only thing that matters. And people who still believe that Intel has the single core performance crown are deluded. cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Core+.. Note that the Intel chips at the top have not been released. Not to mention that switching to Intel would cost a lot more due to having to change the motherboard.
2021-02-24 00:26
#125
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Brazil baldok1
I have a r7 3800x, pretty good 300fps
2021-02-24 02:18
3 replies
what gpu
2021-02-24 18:01
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#171
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Brazil baldok1
rtx 2060
2021-02-25 00:56
1 reply
makes sense
2021-02-25 02:34
bro, 5600x is probably best cpu for the money if you can find it for reasonable price, also 5600x will stomp in games and everything else, it also stomps 2700x in every aspect since the new amd cores are very powerful
2021-02-24 03:13
w8 for intel gen 11
2021-02-24 12:48
yes, 5600x is the key
2021-02-24 13:29
200-220 FPS is way too low for a 2700X, what RAM do you use? RAM speed can get you up to 30-40% more FPS if your CPU limits your GPU.
2021-02-24 19:13
With gtx 1660 and i5 4690k I've got like 400fps in full hd
2021-02-25 11:38
#175
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Slovakia ypsylonnn
The question is, how u get so low fps on that cpu
2021-02-25 11:39
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