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Re: What will be best upgradable build for good [email protected] at 1080p
« Reply #15 on: December 25, 2016, 11:12:22 am »
Sorry for butting-in. I have a similar conundrum.I have an I7 2600k running on a Foxconn H61 board with 8gb ram 1333hz.1060gpu. I was planning to upgrade to 7th gen i5, but was told I wouldn't get a performance leap.

 I have issues playing these games. Watch dogs 2 stutters when driving. I had to lower the settings to get smooth game play, has jagged edges even with temporal filtering turned on. Can't get stable 60fps in Forza Horzion 3 with everything maxed out. It does hover around 40 to 60 mark which is playable.  So shouldn't I b able to get a better performance by shifting to seventh or sixth gen ? Also some AAA titles come unoptimized so u do need the extra juice to Max them sometimes.

Also would 7th gen components be expensive than 6 gen?Should I wait for 7th gen or go for 6th gen ?
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Re: What will be best upgradable build for good [email protected] at 1080p
« Reply #16 on: December 25, 2016, 11:16:55 am »
Sorry for butting-in. I have a similar conundrum.I have an I7 2600k running on a Foxconn H61 board with 8gb ram 1333hz.1060gpu. I was planning to upgrade to 7th gen i5, but was told I wouldn't get a performance leap.

 I have issues playing these games. Watch dogs 2 stutters when driving. I had to lower the settings to get smooth game play, has jagged edges even with temporal filtering turned on. Can't get stable 60fps in Forza Horzion 3 with everything maxed out. It does hover around 40 to 60 mark which is playable.  So shouldn't I b able to get a better performance by shifting to seventh or sixth gen ? Also some AAA titles come unoptimized so u do need the extra juice to Max them sometimes.

Also would 7th gen components be expensive than 6 gen?Should I wait for 7th gen or go for 6th gen ?

Who told you that you wouldn't get a performance leap? If you are coming from sandy bridge to skylake yes there is a big performance leap. People these day spreading false information when they clearly have no idea what they are talking about. You have to understand it's not just the processing power alone. Other factors weigh in too. When that happens it is a big performance increase.

When 7th gen comes out you wont see 6th gen stuff anymore(maybe for a limited amount of time) and If you sees intel track record no 6th gen stuff wont be cheaper. Since you waited this long wait for 7th gen as well as ZEN. Then make a decision.
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Re: What will be best upgradable build for good [email protected] at 1080p
« Reply #17 on: December 25, 2016, 11:21:07 am »
My eyes are fine mate. Don't you worry about that. Obviously you telling me doesn't mean anything. Its not just me thats how the world works. Don't be salty.

Look at those edges. Just look at it. You telling me when everything is ultra those edges are that bad? Please when it comes to BF i know my stuff. Why would I drop by Redline when I can check it my self?
Because you know you are lying and don't want to be proven wrong? Please stop replying to this thread if you cant face proof that a i5 6500 doesn't bottleneck a GTX 1080.

I'm out at the moment, so let me upload a video for you once I get back. You'll find that you don't know BF as well as you think you do ;)
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Re: What will be best upgradable build for good [email protected] at 1080p
« Reply #18 on: December 25, 2016, 11:23:13 am »
People these day spreading false information when they clearly have no idea what they are talking about.
Agree. You should stop talking and spreading false information based on just one PC that you've used.
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« Reply #19 on: December 25, 2016, 11:27:17 am »
Agree. You should stop talking and spreading false information based on just one PC that you've used.

And you know that how? Dude please. You know nothing about me so stop imagining stuff.

Because you know you are lying and don't want to be proven wrong? Please stop replying to this thread if you cant face proof that a i5 6500 doesn't bottleneck a GTX 1080.

I'm out at the moment, so let me upload a video for you once I get back. You'll find that you don't know BF as well as you think you do ;)

You should check my replies again and try to understand what I have said. I believe you have missed some points.

Edit - Why the hell would I lie? What exactly would I gain from lying on a internet forum? Prove me wrong. If I'm wrong I'll gladly accept it. We are humans after all. Stop judging people. Not every man is a a**hole u meet ur day to day life.
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« Reply #20 on: December 25, 2016, 11:29:06 am »
Well I was told I won't get a SIGNIFICANT performance leap(sorry, missed the adjective). Redline sort of a suggested maybe I should look for a used 3rd gen motherboard as my current one is a basic one. They also said maybe I can sell the current system, barring my gpu and go for a new system.

I am not accusing Redline here, I mean being a tech-shop, they could have easily encouraged me to buy some of their newer stuff. I thought it was said with good intention. Any other shop would have tried to ripped the customer off.

All things considered , I may go for a new system. Hopefully components won't be expensive than 6th gen.

Thanks for the advice. : )
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Re: What will be best upgradable build for good [email protected] at 1080p
« Reply #21 on: December 25, 2016, 11:36:59 am »
I upgraded from a 3rd gen i5 3740. When I went to by the warlock Redline still adviced me to just go for a GPU upgrade and a new PSU. But I went ahead with the warlock because my warranty period was over and I already had a buyer.
I did my own research online and found that actually there is no significant improvement from this jump. May be 10-15% maximum gain.
However I bought an SSD and that had a huge impact on performance such as loading times.
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Re: What will be best upgradable build for good [email protected] at 1080p
« Reply #22 on: December 25, 2016, 11:39:12 am »
Well I was told I won't get a SIGNIFICANT performance leap(sorry, missed the adjective). Redline sort of a suggested maybe I should look for a used 3rd gen motherboard as my current one is a basic one. They also said maybe I can sell the current system, barring my gpu and go for a new system.

I am not accusing Redline here, I mean being a tech-shop, they could have easily encouraged me to buy some of their newer stuff. I thought it was said with good intention. Any other shop would have tried to ripped the customer off.

All things considered , I may go for a new system. Hopefully components won't be expensive than 6th gen.

Thanks for the advice. : )

Yes one adjective can change the whole scenario. Let me put it this way.

"It basically comes down to what you do with PC.

For gaming the new i5 will be more efficient and marginally better. You might get 8-12 more FPS out of it, at best.
For video rendering, photoshop, 3D modeling, or any other threaded application the i5 will be a step back, your i7 is much better"

Edit- But you have to understand with skylake you will be getting more stuff not just a new processor. With all together yes it is a big jump.
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« Reply #23 on: December 25, 2016, 11:43:00 am »
And you know that how? Dude please. You know nothing about me so stop imagining stuff.
Well, you come off as a google-fu Internet warrior, and you haven't said or done anything to show otherwise. Those are quite common these days.
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« Reply #24 on: December 25, 2016, 11:49:33 am »
Well, you come off as a google-fu Internet warrior, and you haven't said or done anything to show otherwise. Those are quite common these days.

Tell me you don't see a difference.

There you go judging people again.  (Y)
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« Reply #25 on: December 25, 2016, 11:59:17 am »


"It basically comes down to what you do with PC.

For gaming the new i5 will be more efficient and marginally better. You might get 8-12 more FPS out of it, at best.

But you have to understand with skylake you will be getting more stuff not just a new processor.

I only use my machine for gaming. So yeah 8-12fps would be a major leap. Yes faster ram as well. 

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« Reply #26 on: December 25, 2016, 12:07:36 pm »
I only use my machine for gaming. So yeah 8-12fps would be a major leap. Yes faster ram as well. 


More likely 5-10%. So you'll see a 8-12FPS gain in a game that already gives you 100+ FPS. If you are aiming to go from 40FPS to 50FPS, then you are going to be disappointed.

Be careful about taking advice from unknown people on the Internet with unknown intentions ;)
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« Reply #27 on: December 25, 2016, 12:12:35 pm »
I only use my machine for gaming. So yeah 8-12fps would be a major leap. Yes faster ram as well.

There you go. Do more research and decide your self. be careful about taking advice from people who shows that they are helping you but underneath they are helping themselves.
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« Reply #28 on: December 25, 2016, 12:19:32 pm »
My intentions are pretty straightforward. Stop the spread of misinformation by uninformed people. If I wanted to make money, I would have easily sold this gentleman a system upgrade instead of recommending him to buy something else (which I would gain absolutely nothing out of).
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« Reply #29 on: December 25, 2016, 12:30:15 pm »
My intentions are pretty straightforward. Stop the spread of misinformation by uninformed people. If I wanted to make money, I would have easily sold this gentleman a system upgrade instead of recommending him to buy something else (which I would gain absolutely nothing out of).

Well hello? Did I mentioned you there? I don't think so. I too was talking about people who you meet on the internet just like u were. Don't get your panties in a bunch.

unless you were talking about me there. But personal attacks? nah I don't think you can go that low.

Edit - Still waiting for you to see the difference between the one I attached and yours. I don't know about you but I can see a clear difference.
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