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User Info: Manservice

Manservice
1 month ago#1
Looking at two pre-builts. One is an rx 580/i5 7400 build for $700 and the other is an rx 580/ryzen 1400 build for $750. I don't plan on overclocking, adding fans, coolers or doing anything that can potentially void the warranty. I just wanna plug it in and play. If i replace anything it will be years down the line.

But yeah, both are cyberpowerpc prebuilts that are pretty much the same minus different cpu's and cases. I don't know much about ryzen tho. How does the 1400 stack up to the i5 7400 for 1080p/60fps at high settings?

User Info: HeliosMagi

HeliosMagi
1 month ago#2
What kind of Graphics Card is in each system? That's what really affect game performance.
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User Info: zhenghan

zhenghan
1 month ago#3
I would get the i5
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User Info: IceBawls

IceBawls
1 month ago#4
I would go with the Ryzen build. The 1400 has SMT so you get 8 threads over the i5's 4 threads, you can also overclock it.
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User Info: snake_5036

snake_5036
1 month ago#5
No overclocking, go with i5. It will be marginally better for gaming, no difference with normal internet usage unless you're constantly doing something like video editing or streaming, where the Ryzen will be far better.

What kind of Graphics Card is in each system?

Both of them have an RX 580.
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User Info: zhenghan

zhenghan
1 month ago#6
https://youtu.be/TcdmeGOsnss
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User Info: oblique365

oblique365
1 month ago#7
Tough call. The i5 would probably perform better in gaming on most scenarios.. But for those select few games that tax the cpu and use hyper threading you could bottleneck. Though seeing gta v drop under 60 with the non oc 1400 is a little disconcerting. My 4590 doesnt even do that.
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User Info: Erhnam Djinn

Erhnam Djinn
1 month ago#8
Since I have more experience with an i5, I would say to go with that route.
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Judgmenl
1 month ago#9
This thread is a joke.
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User Info: Manservice

Manservice
1 month ago#10
Thanks for the info, guys

Judgmenl posted...
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