- Mar 26, 2012
- 92 (0.02/day)
- Braga, Portugal
|System Name||HTC Vive PC|
|Processor||Ryzen 5 3600|
|Motherboard||MSI B450 tomahawk Max|
|Cooling||Be quiet! Dark Rock 4|
|Memory||16gb 3200mhz CL16|
|Video Card(s)||Nvidia 3060 Ti|
|Storage||Samsung 970 Evo nvme 1tb + 850 Evo SSD 1tb|
|Display(s)||Qnix QX2700 27" IPS 1440p monitor @ 90Hz + 23'' 1080p 144hz|
|Case||Be Quiet Pure Base 500DX|
|Audio Device(s)||Asus Xonar DX|
|Power Supply||Be Quiet pure Power 11 600w|
|Mouse||Hama Ergonomic Mouse|
|Keyboard||Ozone Mechanical Keyboard|
|VR HMD||HTC Vive|
|Software||WIN 11 64bits|
Thanks for your answers.Depends, what games are you gaming? Because there should be a difference on average of about 11% in fps going from a 3600X to a normal 5800X.
What is the rest of your system?
You will still miss out on PCI-E 4.0 with the B450 chipset even it's a fine board.
I've been playing Metro Exodus, Death Stranding, Cyberpunk 2077, Doom Eternal, Half Life: Alyx.
Regarding PCI-E 4.0 there's no problem because I own PCI-E 3.0 SSDs only and don't see any need to upgrade for my kind of use.