In the bios.3000 I think, where would I find that out?
If you didn't know, then you probably never enabled XMP in the bios.3000 I think, where would I find that out?
Hello. You really don't need to upgrade now. Your system is powerful enough to pair with the 2070 Super. But if you want to extract the whole juice from your computer, you can get a Ryzen 7 3700X or Ryzen 5 3600 (or X version) if the budget is so high. But if you are a straight away enthusiast, you can really get the Ryzen 9 3900X but its 500$. But the Ryzen 5 2600 is still to be honest, the best pair for the 2070 Super. But I had suggest you upgrade to a new motherboard (Just swap out the mother board and do the cable management all again, but it's worth it), because if you ever have to upgrade your PC in the future, I would really recommend you having atleast a B450 chipset motherboard. The A320 chipset doesn't have any future CPU upgrade paths. You can still, if you can, buy the Ryzen 7 2700X which is the most powerful CPU your motherboard can support. Hope this helped. You don't need to upgrade anything. All I said is just suggestions. The Ryzen 5 2600 and 2070 Super is good enough.Here are my specs:
AMD Ryzen 5 2600 Six-Core Processor
16 GB DDR4
RTX 2070 Super
Budget doesn't really matter. Also, if anyone has additional upgrades I could possibly make, please feel free to share
I don't play too many stressful games (the most stressful is probably Apex Legends, which sometimes has harsh fps dips and I'm unsure if that's game related or my PC).What kinds of games do you play?
Is your gaming performance a problem?
For a stress test, what is your clock rate?
If you have not overclocked, you could try and see what you can get.
As a back handed way to see what value a 20% overclock might get you, reduce your cpu % by 20% and see how that impacts you. go to windows power settings and reduce the max cpu % to 80%.
If you need a cpu change, ryzen 3xxx is popular.
You might expect an overclocked rate in the 4.1 range:
Pick the number of threads you need. You can get 16 and up.
6 or better should do it for most games.
Any of the 9th gen intel K suffix processors should do 5.0; their thread counts are 6/8/16.
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