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  1. Seems to me that unless AMD delivers some major improvement with their upcoming CPUs the only option for this game is still Intel (with all that that entails. Expensive motherboards, expensive coolers etc). It's uncommon to see Arma 3 in modern reviews but check the performance in Microsoft Simulator, a game i assume is as CPU reliant as Arma 3 is probably for similar reasons: It's sad because i like what AMD is doing and i'm also disappointed at how lazy Intel has become but you have to look at it from a practical point of view i guess. For myself, i refuse to play at anything less than 60 FPS. I just can't deal with 30 FPS and even dips below 50 FPS annoy me, and with my Ryzen 2600 i get dips below 20 FPS on some maps so i gave on playing the game until i upgrade.
  2. Well, my memory is 3600 18-22-22-42. Worth changing it with Intel as much as it is with Ryzen?
  3. Is memory speed as important in Intel as it is in Ryzen?
  4. My incentive is that my father is buying my old PC now. If it's only two months i can maybe wait but if it's like 2021 i can't he needs the PC soon. So, if i opt for the 10600k, which motherboard and memory would you say it's best? And how much of an OC i can expect with the NH-D15?
  5. When will we know for sure what kind of performance we gonna get for the Ryzen 4000? I'm currently an owner of a Ryzen 2600, but i want to aim for a 60 FPS set up on Ultra on YAAB, no graphical compromises i want the game to look at its best while getting as close to the magical 60 FPS as i can get it (my GPU is an 5700 XT so that part is covered). For that aim, i was thinking of switching to a 10600k, given that the 10900k is just too expensive for me. I don't want to mess with water cooling since i'm too erratic to keep an eye on possible leakages and what not once the computer is up and running i'd like to forget about it, so for that reason i'm going for a Noctua NH-D15 with which i suppose i can get to at least the 5ghz mark, right? My current motherboard is an MSI B450 Carbon Gaming Pro and this is my memory: https://www.amazon.it/gp/product/B07TB3R9JB/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 The advantage of the Ryzen 4000 is that i may be able to get away with just upgrading the CPU, but i may have an opportunity to sell my Ryzen system to my dad at the same price with which i bought the parts which would allow me to just rebuild my PC from the ground up. The Ryzen seems like a better "value" for an all around system but honestly, all i do is gaming so i'm just looking for best gaming performance and nothing else. And if i do get the 10600k, what motherboard and memory would you guys recommend?
  6. Is that single threaded performance though? Holding out for desktop Ryzen myself. I hope they'll beat intel for good in single core performance. Seems like even with the best intel CPU out there it's still hard to get this game to 60 FPS on ultra on that YYAB test. If AMD gives us something better finally it would be amazing.
  7. Right. I hope MSI will be gracious enough to make the motherboard compatible with Ryzen 4000.
  8. MSI B450 Gaming Carbon Pro. Bios updated this month. Like i said, i'll also get a new CPU eventually so as long as it boots the computer, for now it's fine.
  9. I ran the game on ultra and at some point in the tutorial the FPS dropped to 25 but the GPU usage was at 17%, so the video card is literally playing with its figurative thumbs most of the time. I have a Ryzen 2600 btw. I pushed it to 4.1GHz all cores on 1.38v. It wasn't stable under stress tests but i did ran the YAAB map fine but gains were minimal, about 2-3 FPS on the average at the end of the benchmark. It's immaterial because eventually i'll get the Ryzen 4000. For now i'm looking at the memory first.
  10. Ok, that's not bad at all. I'll go with the 3600 CL15 and be done with it.
  11. Sorry, wrong link: https://www.amazon.it/GSkill-TridZ-Schede-memoria-3200/dp/B01ACODPHI/?tag=hwreload-21
  12. Well, suppose i get this one: https://www.amazon.it/G-Skill-Trident-16GB-3200MHz-memoria/dp/B01N6PVEAW/?tag=hwreload-21 Is the difference worth it almost 50 euros in price? How much are we talking about? 1% difference? 5%?
  13. Well, just looking at my options. So far that's the ONLY memory i found with those characteristics, so i was just wondering. I'll pay if i must, but i need to be sure i looked at all the alternatives. For instance, if there was something like Samsung B-die 3600 CL16 at 100 euros, than i certainly don't think 200 euros for the one i linked to would be worth it, but if there's nothing else, so be it.
  14. I'm looking at the list i posted and this is the only one with those specs: https://www.amazon.it/gskill-3600-C15d-16gtz-memoria-ram-16-GB/dp/B01EI5YROC/?tag=hwreload-21 Is there really no other memory like this?
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