Question Good Cinebench Score?

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CPU: 1508 pts
CPU (Single Core): 412 pts
MP Ratio: 3.66x

Specs:
Rog Strix B360-H
I3 9100f
Gtx 1060 6gb
Corsair Vengence 2x4 at 2666Mhz (running at 2400Mhz)
1TB HDD
550W Coolmaster power supply
 
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jodo_kast2

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i3 wont impress in that benchmark since it does favor multithreaded monstrosities. Whenever you are asking if your pc is good , thats another matter then.


So the question would be: Does your PC does everything you need from it?
IF yes then goto Happyland , IT is good for you, therefore does Cinebench score really matter?
IF no then lets talk improvements and your budget. xD
 
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i3 wont impress in that benchmark since it does favor multithreaded monstrosities. Whenever you are asking if your pc is good , thats another matter then.


So the question would be: Does your PC does everything you need from it?
IF yes then goto Happyland , IT is good for you, therefore does Cinebench score really matter?
IF no then lets talk improvements and your budget. xD
well i have noticed some shutters and fps drops when heavy use but then again i don't have an ssd or a nvme, only my hdd
 

jodo_kast2

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well i have noticed some shutters and fps drops when heavy use but then again i don't have an ssd or a nvme, only my hdd
And a SSD over a HDD is a mayor improvement in itself.And its quite affordable these days too. Just beware the downsides of SSDs.

edit: A 1060 shouldnt stutter or framedrop and a i3 in games does ..ok..still. , take a look at smart values of your hdd , just in case.
 
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And a SSD over a HDD is a mayor improvement in itself.And its quite affordable these days too. Just beware the downsides of SSDs.

edit: A 1060 shouldnt stutter or framedrop and a i3 in games does ..ok..still. , take a look at smart values of your hdd , just in case.
i think it's best if i buy an nvme then or do you think i should upgrade my i3 to an i5 9400?
 

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i think it's best if i buy an nvme then or do you think i should upgrade my i3 to an i5 9400?
Nvme first. There u ll see instant and meaningful improvement. Then if required, look at the cpu, i5 9500 or 9600 at least, and if budget permits, memory upgrades. 8gb ain't much these days.
 

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