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Do I need a PC upgrade?

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Hello everyone, I have a question about PCs. Amy help is welcomed, I have been wondering if there's something I should upgrade in my PC, And I apologize for shitposting on this forum a while back ago (Message to Ketog: I am sorry for my mistakes in my previous posts, I didn't know it's shitposting )

 

So my PC specs are:

-Core i5 4590

-8 GB RAM Dual channel 1600 Mhz

-XFX Radeon RX 570 running at 1284 MHz

So I have been wondering if there's something bottlenecking my rig in normal games (normal games=not too CPU intensive and not too GPU intensive=Balanced intense)

So what do you guys recommend me to upgrade? I am thinking about playing games like Cyberpunk 2077 (when it's released) at 1080p low~medium settings 60 FPS or playing games like Call of duty Warzone....

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I would recommend an i7 or higher cpu, or even AMD Ryzen or higher cpu's,  16 gigs of ram,  a GTX 980 GPU or higher video card do not use RTX GPU models due to a current bug that causes crashing.

 

It should be noted that a i9 overkill system with 32 gigs of ram, and a GPU 2080 recently was having frame stutter issues so even if you get a beastly system you may run into performance issues the game's optimization is very poor per the moment until they do the Engine upgrades that seems to keep being postponed. 

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Does your PC currently perform what you want it to do?

Yes?

Then no you don't need to upgrade.

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1 hour ago, NotZombieBiscuit said:

Does your PC currently perform what you want it to do?

Yes?

Then no you don't need to upgrade.

Was wondering if anything is bottlenecking it (I don't own an SSD btw)

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3 minutes ago, blockblack said:

Was wondering if anything is bottlenecking it (I don't own an SSD btw)

Get an SSD.

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On 3/21/2020 at 6:39 AM, NotZombieBiscuit said:

Does your PC currently perform what you want it to do?

Yes?

Then no you don't need to upgrade.

Thats one useful simple answer.

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