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Fragsman

Member Since 28 Jul 2005
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In Topic: New build _ PLAN

Today, 04:33 AM

If it was me Frags I'd gowith the 9400f as you are not going to oc, why spend more if you will never going to use it, also go for the cheaper ram because if it's compatable I'm sure it will run fine. As far as what store to deal with that it's almost impossible to help you with as most of us on occ have never had the experience with any vendors from your country. The system you pick will last a long time for gaming at 1080 resolution which is what you want, barring any hardware failure of course.

 

Yes I guess both will be fine and I think the decition will be with me until the last moment.
Even tough I won't OC 966k runs at 3.7ghz and 9400F @2.9ghz so is 800 more Mhz. There is a BIG difference in Mhz, not so much in gaming performance.

I'm really tempted with the 9400F is so much more cheapier. Price/performance way better.

Why is the i5 9600K  Skynet Informatica the cheapest? (Edit: its missing the CPU price) I would say out of those options it is the best. Also on a side note, 128GB is not enough for anything these days. Once you install the OS and basic apps you will have 30-50GB left over. That isn't even one game. Hopefully you have a second drive for games and applications.

 

Sorry we can't help much on the price of things. I know you are trying to build on a budget, is a pre-built not cheaper and comparable?

Yes I have a 9 year old 1TB WD Black that I will still use for storing all Games and Extra Data. Main Programs and OS will be in the SSD (enough space for them).
Perhaps I can install only 1 game and it will be League of Legends since is the game I play the most and I want it to load (Fast as Fuck) in case I disconnect or something bad happens.


In Topic: New build _ PLAN

Yesterday, 03:41 PM

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Yesterday, 03:40 PM

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In Topic: New build _ PLAN

Yesterday, 12:56 PM

Q&A. I Q and you A
 
a)If you have an i5 9600k which is @3.7ghz baseand 4.5ghz With turbo boost
Why would you OC? Isn't processor going to do it automatically when it does need? 
Or is it that with OC you will run 100% of the times at the stablished Clock (and you can go even further)
 
b) Could motherboard prevent Turbo Boost from working? I'm talking about medium class mobo.
 
c) Would you even get a 9600k if you won't OC or it will be a waste?
 
d) If you buy let's say Kingston Hyper Fury 2400mhz and your mobo support 2666Mhz sticks. 
Can you activate one of the profiles and take that memory to 2666Mhz?
 
e) The difference between ATX and MicroATX is the number of PCI Slots and sometimes RAM Slots. Does ATX mobo are constructed with better materials also (Capacitors, etc)?
Would you mind buyinga MicroAXT for a medium gaming build like mine?
 
f) Which RAM would you choose? (ill get 16gb total) Take a loot at price difference
ADATA XPG Flame Black 8gb (I have no reference about this product but is what they offer me)
Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 8gb 2400mhz
Kingson HyperX Fury Black 8gb 2400mhz
(I'd go with the Crucial but is not available on the store I will acquire the products..)
 
TIPS: 
- 3200mhz RAM is not an option since is out of my budget being really expensive.
- Ignore SSD if you want as i'm not so interested on it for the time being. I can get one later.
- I think I will struggle with 9600k despite being more expensive since I want PC to last for as long as possible and 9600F use Thermal Paste. I think I would need to replace it from time to time.