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Will a 3600 bottleneck a RTX 3080

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No, not really... if your goal is 1440p/4K

 
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Its going to produce less FPS than higher CPUs on 1080p but I cant call that a serious bottleneck.
Watch that video, its all in there and thats why I posted it....
 
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Ok

So overclocking it to 4.4 ghz makes a big difference you think I should do that also I have a aio I have the cooler master ml240 rgb v2

if I were to overclock it will I have to play with the voltages or can I leave it to what my bios has it now at also I have ryzen balance I think it’s called on in the power plan so I’m pretty sure it auto does that for me
 
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I’m tryna play 1080p I only play cod

Will that bottleneck
If you only play at 1080, why not get the 3070, you save money.
 
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I plan on playing in 1440p or even 4K when I upgrade my monitor later this year

But um just back to my question real quick ?

C25DF148-73C9-4EF1-BFC2-0598E30FC238.jpeg
This is what my pc looks like y’all think the 3080 will fit

This that a yea or a no

Also I’m talking about the strix
 
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Hard to tell by your picture but the Strix 3080 is about 3/4 inch larger than your Red Devil. I would say most likely no.
 
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it will fit -- i've had that case it will be fine. The picture angle makes it look like there is less room than there really is - he has over an inch left
 
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3600 is weak cpu for rtx 3080,and i oyu want gaming fps,really.

rtx 3080 and above need strong and fast cpu,tehn its show more fps ,alsot more.

for now 10900,10850 and ryzen 5900/5950 are much better.

but soon coming intel rocket lake is absolute best one,its maded gaming.
 
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I plan on playing in 1440p or even 4K when I upgrade my monitor later this year

But um just back to my question real quick ?

View attachment 174821This is what my pc looks like y’all think the 3080 will fit

This that a yea or a no

Also I’m talking about the strix
A simple ruler might answer that question.
 
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A simple ruler might answer that question.

Better yet , OP can lookup the dimensions of the case on the internet.
 
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3600 is weak cpu for rtx 3080,and i oyu want gaming fps,really.

rtx 3080 and above need strong and fast cpu,tehn its show more fps ,alsot more.

for now 10900,10850 and ryzen 5900/5950 are much better.

but soon coming intel rocket lake is absolute best one,its maded gaming.
Did you see that video? I guess not...
In 1440p/4K doesnt really matter if you have 3600 or 10900/5900X
 
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I’m tryna play 1080p I only play cod

Will that bottleneck
If you don't have a high-refresh monitor, then it doesn't matter what CPU you have, really. Even a cheap R5 3600 will feed a 3080 enough frames to get 75Hz gaming without hiccups.

You only need to consider a better CPU if you buy a 144Hz, 165Hz, 240Hz, or 360Hz monitor.

I have 1440p 165Hz and I used to have a 3600, it was fine - A 2070S struggled to keep up with the 3600 even when I turned down graphics settings. At 4K a 3080 is going to be the bottleneck, even in COD.
 
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The problem here is that the OP wants to stream and he doesn't have a very clear grasp of what he's doing.

Rather than spending all the money on a 3080, I'd say he should sell what he has now and get a 5900X with a Navi. If he has leftover money, spend that to streaming equipment.

The other choice will just make his system less balanced. He also never mentioned what kind of Internet he's running so that might be an another problem in itself.
 
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The problem here is that the OP wants to stream and he doesn't have a very clear grasp of what he's doing.
Where did he say that? Not in this thread....

Also, CPU streaming isn't really the way forwards - NVENC will do a perfectly decent better job without needing a different CPU.

Dropping $550 on a 5900X CPU is a huge expense that is completely unmerited for gaming and streaming when a GPU encoder does a better job for free?
 
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He has various other threads where that was mentioned. He's multi-posting actually.

NVENC has losses at higher resolutions. It's good for FHD and some QHD, that's it. Beyond that, you're looking at CPU. It's limited to giving smooth esports experience. The 5900X can stream at higher resolutions properly.

I'm editing this for the second time since you don't understand, Rocket League does not require any actual resources. It is a condition that favors NVENC, and you are actually paying for that. You are paying for the Nvidia card's components, a dedicated part of the GPU meant just for streaming, which doesn't do as good job as a beefy CPU when it comes to the actual heavy streaming. I stopped watching that video after a while because it was horrible. They were all streaming almost equally as good, and he said Twitch would "kick you" for streaming at high bitrates. That's laughable. Are you kidding me? He has no clue what he's talking about. The streaming "apps" you use, select uploading rates for you. Even if you have a lot of drops, Twitch doesn't kick you but you ultimately have to either stream with lag or stop streaming. Nobody cares about how much bitrate you're dumping to Twitch unless you're a massive streamer, which at that rate you would be told to fix your stream by chat anyway.
 
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Fair enough. 4K high-bitrate streaming is a completely different problem, relying on far more than just a CPU - like you said it needs amazing internet, a premium subscription to a platform that can handle it, and for best results a heavily-locked 60fps cap which makes the 3080 a complete waste at 1080p and 1440p. Given that the 3070 will handle 4k60 with ease, perhaps a used 3900X can be purchased for the cost difference and that will definitely drop straight into his system without even so much as a BIOS update.
 
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With a 3080 you'd mostly be hitting the limit of games's engines @1080p, leading to a reduced GPU usage (Not bottlenecked by CPU).
I'd rather get a 3070 or even better, wait for 3060-Ti.
 
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If you don't have a high-refresh monitor, then it doesn't matter what CPU you have, really. Even a cheap R5 3600 will feed a 3080 enough frames to get 75Hz gaming without hiccups.

You only need to consider a better CPU if you buy a 144Hz, 165Hz, 240Hz, or 360Hz monitor.

I have 1440p 165Hz and I used to have a 3600, it was fine - A 2070S struggled to keep up with the 3600 even when I turned down graphics settings. At 4K a 3080 is going to be the bottleneck, even in COD.
I already have a 1080p 144hz I was reading online and the 3600 only bottlenecks the 3080 in some games the reason why I’m sticking to getting the 3080 is because I do plan on getting a new cpu and mobo but I decided to wait because amd might be changing their platform to am5 so I don’t wanna spend money on a mobo with no upgrade path

Also I get 500mbps and like 30 upload

also will overclocking help

but if my sources about the new platform I could get a 3070 will a 500 dollar cpu

what do you guys think
 
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You're going to have to wait a lot for the next platform since Vermeer is just released, you could also get a 5800X and a card of your choice. I'm more sided towards the new AMD GPUs, COD doesn't push these CPUs to their limits. Chances are you could stream with either.
 
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how much will a 5800x cost also will I have to update bios on my b450 tomohawk
 
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Retail is $100 lower than the MSRP going by the TPU review, might or might not be worth it depending on where you live. $550 vs $450, I'd pick the 5900X. If the 5900X costs much more in your country, things then of course would look different. Yes, you'll have to update your BIOS and you'll also lose support for the older CPUs when you update AFAIK. The BIOS then runs out of space for supporting some other chips, look up on that. If it is the MAX though, that won't be an issue. Also, VRMs might warm up a bit there - although this wouldn't be the biggest of my worries.
 
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"not really"
meanwhile showing a video where a heavily tweaked 3600 bottlenecks by almost 30 fps non stop (and that with not even hard to run titles)

even my 9900K (5.2 Ghz all Core and 4.9 Ghz Cache) struggles in heavily multithreaded games (mostly all modern triple A titles) at 1440p.
 
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so I'm reading and my bord should be fine I can't go over 1000 dollars so what do you guys recommend

also would getting like a 3700x with like a 3070 be also a good pair

if I'm not mistaken a bottleneck is when your CPU is maxed out or close to being maxed out while GPU isn't in today modern games never really max out my 3600 it always sits at around 50% utilization
 
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