- Aug 9, 2019
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|Processor||Ryzen 5600X@4.85 CO|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte B550m S2H|
|Cooling||BeQuiet Dark Rock Slim|
|Memory||Patriot Viper 4400cl19 2x8@4000cl16 tight subs|
|Video Card(s)||Asus 3060ti TUF OC|
|Storage||WD blue 1TB nvme|
|Display(s)||Lenovo G24-10 144Hz|
|Case||Corsair D4000 Airflow|
|Power Supply||EVGA GQ 650W|
|Software||Windows 10 home 64|
|Benchmark Scores||CB20 email@example.comGHz Aida64 50.4ns 4.8GHz+4000cl15 tuned ram SOTTR 1080p low 263fps avg CPU game|
If tuned you could get a boost of over 20%, that will be noticeable in certain games when CPU-limited which can happend on even mid range GPUs if you use DLSS etc. A bit difference no, but it can be noticable.I don't see any reason to overpay for K and Z besides just "having it". I doubt there would be NOTICEABLE performance difference without a benchmarks. Both a high-end CPUs. Also, I doubt you will get REASONABLE OC, so having overpriced Z mobo is also "a question". Perhaps, for better RAM speed compatibility, but, again, it's all measured with benchmarks, I doubt you would say about your potential system with 13700F and 5600.28 ram that it's "sluggish" lol.
if question about DDR4-3200 and ANY DDR5 then OK. But, just put any DDR5 and stop being fan of that AIDA64 AAA game.
$500 is reasonable money to just "waste". $100-150 difference on this price-breakdown is acceptable overpaying lmfao