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#88 - mercy x soldier 76 is top tier 6 hours ago on The Outsider +6
#51858 - alright, ill take that into account. you've been super helpfu…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/23/2016 on Technology Board +1
#51859 - sniffythebird (08/23/2016) [-]
No problem man. Hit me up if you need some more tips.
#51852 - since they know ive been wanting to get a nice pc for games. n… 08/23/2016 on Technology Board 0
#51851 - it's gonna be christmas gift from my parents, they said the bu…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/23/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#51852 - mlpokeyuan (08/23/2016) [-]
since they know ive been wanting to get a nice pc for games. neither of us really know what a monster pc costs so they just threw out a number
#51847 - what's the difference between the two? and would dual monitors…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/23/2016 on Technology Board +1
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#51853 - sniffythebird (08/23/2016) [-]
The 5820K is a 6-core while the 5960X is an 8-core. Their stock clock speeds are pretty similar; and although the 5820K has a slightly higher stock speed, the 5960X will generally overclock better being a higher quality chip.

For gaming, there won't be any difference in like 9 out of 10 games. Only super CPU intensive games will show some difference, but it's pretty marginal. I previously had a 5820K that could do 4.2Ghz, then switched toe a 5960X which is now at 4.5Ghz (can do higher). But most of the difference I'm noticing is probably cause of the higher clock speed. I play a lot of GTA 5 which is very CPU intensive, and while it does seem to use more than 6 cores (to some extent), it's not a huge difference.

But the important thing is the 5960X costs like 3x as much, and you're only REALLY going to see a difference for video editing and rendering. So unless you're very picky about that, get the 5820K and put the money you save into a good monitor instead.

Another thing is, I bought my 5960X used for a really good price, and IMO it's not really worth the full price. For gaming alone and most tasks the 5820K is a much better value.

Dual monitors is worth it if you find a way to take advantage of it. I have 3 myself, my main one for gaming, and two cheaper monitors on the sides where I keep steam, spotify, skype, chat windows, chrome, etc open. Just don't buy TWO of those expensive gaming monitors, that's kind of pointless.
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#51858 - mlpokeyuan (08/23/2016) [-]
alright, ill take that into account. you've been super helpful to this pleb, thanks a lot. ill probably get the 5820K
my pc friends got hard ons from that build
#51859 - sniffythebird (08/23/2016) [-]
No problem man. Hit me up if you need some more tips.
#51834 - thanks a lot man, really appreciate it.  [+] (5 new replies) 08/22/2016 on Technology Board +1
#51844 - sniffythebird (08/23/2016) [-]
No problem man.

Also, consider the i7-5820K instead of the i7-5960X. The money you save can be put towards a kick-ass gaming monitor.
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#51847 - mlpokeyuan (08/23/2016) [-]
what's the difference between the two? and would dual monitors be worth it?
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#51853 - sniffythebird (08/23/2016) [-]
The 5820K is a 6-core while the 5960X is an 8-core. Their stock clock speeds are pretty similar; and although the 5820K has a slightly higher stock speed, the 5960X will generally overclock better being a higher quality chip.

For gaming, there won't be any difference in like 9 out of 10 games. Only super CPU intensive games will show some difference, but it's pretty marginal. I previously had a 5820K that could do 4.2Ghz, then switched toe a 5960X which is now at 4.5Ghz (can do higher). But most of the difference I'm noticing is probably cause of the higher clock speed. I play a lot of GTA 5 which is very CPU intensive, and while it does seem to use more than 6 cores (to some extent), it's not a huge difference.

But the important thing is the 5960X costs like 3x as much, and you're only REALLY going to see a difference for video editing and rendering. So unless you're very picky about that, get the 5820K and put the money you save into a good monitor instead.

Another thing is, I bought my 5960X used for a really good price, and IMO it's not really worth the full price. For gaming alone and most tasks the 5820K is a much better value.

Dual monitors is worth it if you find a way to take advantage of it. I have 3 myself, my main one for gaming, and two cheaper monitors on the sides where I keep steam, spotify, skype, chat windows, chrome, etc open. Just don't buy TWO of those expensive gaming monitors, that's kind of pointless.
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#51858 - mlpokeyuan (08/23/2016) [-]
alright, ill take that into account. you've been super helpful to this pleb, thanks a lot. ill probably get the 5820K
my pc friends got hard ons from that build
#51859 - sniffythebird (08/23/2016) [-]
No problem man. Hit me up if you need some more tips.
#51827 - the thing is, i looked at parts and i had no idea what i was l… 08/22/2016 on Technology Board 0
#51825 - jsut he computer. i already have a monitor, keyboard and mouse 08/22/2016 on Technology Board 0
#51803 - Hi, I would like to build a high end gaming pc, but i am not v…  [+] (15 new replies) 08/21/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#51832 - sniffythebird (08/22/2016) [-]
Well, what do you know I actually had a pcpartpicker list for someone not long ago for a similar budget. Now while this is by no means "overkill", you can definitely get away with a much cheaper CPU (an i7-5820K instead of the i7-5960X) if it's mostly just for gaming, and still have like 70-80% of the performance for heavy video rendering stuff, if you're into that.

pcpartpicker.com/user/Staeni/saved/CLMfrH

Either way you'll easily get something that crushes through any game at 1080p/1440p max settings and way beyond 60 FPS. 4K is even doable at 60+ FPS, some games might need a tiny bit of tweaking but it's hardly a problem.

Also, when you're at this kind of budget, I'd really reccomend a 144hz monitor if you don't have one already. 60hz just doesn't do high end cards like the GTX 1080 justice.

And if you've got any other specific needs / preferences, just lemme know.
#51834 - mlpokeyuan (08/22/2016) [-]
thanks a lot man, really appreciate it.
#51844 - sniffythebird (08/23/2016) [-]
No problem man.

Also, consider the i7-5820K instead of the i7-5960X. The money you save can be put towards a kick-ass gaming monitor.
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#51847 - mlpokeyuan (08/23/2016) [-]
what's the difference between the two? and would dual monitors be worth it?
User avatar
#51853 - sniffythebird (08/23/2016) [-]
The 5820K is a 6-core while the 5960X is an 8-core. Their stock clock speeds are pretty similar; and although the 5820K has a slightly higher stock speed, the 5960X will generally overclock better being a higher quality chip.

For gaming, there won't be any difference in like 9 out of 10 games. Only super CPU intensive games will show some difference, but it's pretty marginal. I previously had a 5820K that could do 4.2Ghz, then switched toe a 5960X which is now at 4.5Ghz (can do higher). But most of the difference I'm noticing is probably cause of the higher clock speed. I play a lot of GTA 5 which is very CPU intensive, and while it does seem to use more than 6 cores (to some extent), it's not a huge difference.

But the important thing is the 5960X costs like 3x as much, and you're only REALLY going to see a difference for video editing and rendering. So unless you're very picky about that, get the 5820K and put the money you save into a good monitor instead.

Another thing is, I bought my 5960X used for a really good price, and IMO it's not really worth the full price. For gaming alone and most tasks the 5820K is a much better value.

Dual monitors is worth it if you find a way to take advantage of it. I have 3 myself, my main one for gaming, and two cheaper monitors on the sides where I keep steam, spotify, skype, chat windows, chrome, etc open. Just don't buy TWO of those expensive gaming monitors, that's kind of pointless.
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#51858 - mlpokeyuan (08/23/2016) [-]
alright, ill take that into account. you've been super helpful to this pleb, thanks a lot. ill probably get the 5820K
my pc friends got hard ons from that build
#51859 - sniffythebird (08/23/2016) [-]
No problem man. Hit me up if you need some more tips.
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#51810 - sniffythebird (08/21/2016) [-]
Are you getting the entire razzle dazzle including a monitor, mouse, keyboard, etc? Or just the computer itself?
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#51825 - mlpokeyuan (08/22/2016) [-]
jsut he computer. i already have a monitor, keyboard and mouse
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#51808 - atoaster (08/21/2016) [-]
A budget of $3000 is way overboard. You can get a top-end gaming rig for half that.

Best way would be having a parts list, which many users here could suggest if you asked for a lower budget, I'd bet.
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#51827 - mlpokeyuan (08/22/2016) [-]
the thing is, i looked at parts and i had no idea what i was looking at. i dont wanna buy something way overpriced, and i dont wanna buy stuff that doesnt work together
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#51809 - sniffythebird (08/21/2016) [-]
>Top-end for 1500

Nope.
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#51833 - atoaster (08/22/2016) [-]
Well, for his needs. If you're starting out your first gaming PC with $3000, you're doing something wrong.
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#51851 - mlpokeyuan (08/23/2016) [-]
it's gonna be christmas gift from my parents, they said the budget is 3k. they wanna reward me for helping out in the home business daycare
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#51852 - mlpokeyuan (08/23/2016) [-]
since they know ive been wanting to get a nice pc for games. neither of us really know what a monster pc costs so they just threw out a number
#50 - are you a drug dealer?  [+] (3 new replies) 07/20/2016 on But can you do this? +17
#53 - anon (07/20/2016) [-]
No. Why?
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#65 - dajewishmankey (07/20/2016) [-]
Exactly what a drug dealer would say..
#73 - anon (07/20/2016) [-]

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