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AMD FX(tm)-6350 Six-Core Processor ( 3.9 GHz )

8.0 GB RAM

AMD Radeon (TM) R9 200 Series (270)

 

I run the game fine when I'm in the shooting range, also when I start up on a server I get around 30-45 FPS which is fine. But when it gets later in the game and I see enemies or there are a lot of gunfights going on I lag and drop down to around 5-10 FPS which makes it very hard to play and enjoy. The game will also just outright freeze and I've waited for 15+ minutes and it's still frozen. I've tried many ini tweaks but can't find some of the files anywhere.

 

My rig is not the best, I am looking to upgrade it soon if you could also recommend some parts to get I would appreciate that a lot

 

Thanks!

 

P.S If I forgot to write down some other parts I apologize!

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You'll need a new build, upgrades won't really do that much.

AMD R5 or Intel i5

2x8 GB DDR4 RAM

RX480 or GTX1060

SSD

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Just now, banOkay said:

You'll need a new build, upgrades won't really do that much.

AMD R5 or Intel i5

2x8 GB DDR4 RAM

RX480 or GTX1060

SSD

Are those the best budget PC parts? If not I can always do some research. Either way, I appreciate the help!

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28 minutes ago, MrPigeonMan said:

Are those the best budget PC parts? If not I can always do some research. Either way, I appreciate the help!

I'm really not sure what the best budget build is atm, the GPU and RAM prices are crazy high.

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New Upgrade:
CPU: Intel Core i5-7600K $208
GPU: Nvidia GTX 1060-3GB $228
RAM: HyperX Fury DDR4 2666 C15 2x8GB $75
MBD: MSI Z270-A PRO (MS-7A71) $114
Total: $625

 

What I have right now:
CPU: AMD FX-6350 Six-Core $100
GPU: AMD R9 270X $199
SSD: Samsung 840 Evo 250GB $158
HDD: WD Blue 1TB (2012) $46
RAM: Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR3 1600 C9 2x4GB
MBD: MSI 970A-G46 (MS-7693) $88
Total: $591

 

Does this seem good? I'd like a second opinion. I already have an HDD and an SSD so that can be omitted from the new build.

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8 hours ago, MrPigeonMan said:

New Upgrade:
CPU: Intel Core i5-7600K $208
GPU: Nvidia GTX 1060-3GB $228
RAM: HyperX Fury DDR4 2666 C15 2x8GB $75
MBD: MSI Z270-A PRO (MS-7A71) $114
Total: $625

 

What I have right now:
CPU: AMD FX-6350 Six-Core $100
GPU: AMD R9 270X $199
SSD: Samsung 840 Evo 250GB $158
HDD: WD Blue 1TB (2012) $46
RAM: Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR3 1600 C9 2x4GB
MBD: MSI 970A-G46 (MS-7693) $88
Total: $591

 

Does this seem good? I'd like a second opinion. I already have an HDD and an SSD so that can be omitted from the new build.

 

It's Ok, but I think you could do better.

If you want to go for value go get the 8th gen i5-8400, you won't need a cooler for it, much better price/ performance.

Use the money saved to get a 6 GB version of the 1060, do not get the 3 GB version. It's a different GPU, just has the same name. It performs worse than the 6 GB version even in games not using close to 3GB VRAM. It won't last you either, you really don't want to stutter just because you're running out of VRAM.

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3 hours ago, banOkay said:

 

It's Ok, but I think you could do better.

If you want to go for value go get the 8th gen i5-8400, you won't need a cooler for it, much better price/ performance.

Use the money saved to get a 6 GB version of the 1060, do not get the 3 GB version. It's a different GPU, just has the same name. It performs worse than the 6 GB version even in games not using close to 3GB VRAM. It won't last you either, you really don't want to stutter just because you're running out of VRAM.

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This!

 

If you can really do get the I5 8400, it is the best bang for the buck gaming CPU at the moment. Also what he said about that card is correct, I would either get the GTX 1060 6 GB now or maybe get a GTX 1050 TI first and then uprage in a year or so to a bigger card. The 1060 with 3GB is really not a good deal at all. Remember to check if you have a big enough power supply for either card.

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I have the GTX 1060 6GB and it's serving me very well. I'm also using shadowplay to record gameplay at 1080p 60fps with a very little frame loss. I recommend it!

 

Perhaps wait a month or two for the 2000-series GTX cards hopefully the price on the 1000-series will drop because right now they're stupid high....

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