or this, final question....honest
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OK guys, after trawling through all of your much appreciated suggestions and recommendation and also looking at budget, I have put together the following.
I have chosen the RTX 3060 with a view to upgrading my monitor in the not too distant future but trimmed down on the SSD, as I have managed...
So according to the videos the i12400 is better value, but needs more cooling power and The AMD is marginally better and needs less cooling, but costs more.
I hate my life haha
Time for another rethink, so you'd recommend the 12400?
Sorry, I'm easily confused these days
Back in the day when I used to build PC's for a living (mid 90's) the AMD CPU's were a bit iffy. I assume they've improved in the last 25 years.
I've always used Intel but am willing to try something new.
I have to lower the graphics setting on games like GTA5 online and Minecraft (with shaders) along with most of my fast paced action games. All I really want to do is to be able to play my games with the graphics options cranked up and achieve a framerate of more than 50 fps, which is what I'm...
OK, this would really be pushing my budget to the limit as I am buying 2 machines. Would I get away wit this?
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Thanks for that info. To be honest I really cannot be bothered to build my own machines anymore, too old and lazy, so I think I'll just go with your recommended build and just plumb for a new one rather than throwing good money after bad. As long as it is significantly faster than my old unit...