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Are you planning to exchange your CPU for an AMD Ryzen processor?
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Moon_Breaker avatar
4 days ago | 2017. 04. 24. 09:28:27
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Ahhahahaha... No.
SamX avatar
7 days ago | 2017. 04. 20. 13:35:08
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Performance will definitely improve in future. Because at this time, games don't capitalise on the number of physical cores but the speed/frequency of them. But now high-performance multi-core CPUs are available to public for a affordable price, thanks to Ryzen. So game developers' will surely try to take advantage of this situation.

Btw, AMD partnered with Bethesda to make sure that there will be games on market optimised especially for Ryzen CPUs.
Connor18 avatar
17 days ago | 2017. 04. 10. 15:03:46
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Yup. They failed their expectation I guess. But in future they might improve performance
bagusprs avatar
17 days ago | 2017. 04. 10. 13:32:00
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if i want to build gaming pc.. i will not going to use ryzen for the brain.. coz this thing is not built for gaming.
but amd fx should be fine..
Skyler avatar
18 days ago | 2017. 04. 10. 09:05:44
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Nope, FX 8350 and I5-2500K are both still amazing (will last till 2020 at least) for gaming and they both cost 150$ each. Me no like these new expensive things. XD
Connor18 avatar
18 days ago | 2017. 04. 10. 07:50:53
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At the moment supporting Intel isn't the right thing because they have mislead people. It's best to wait who deserves it
toceto avatar
18 days ago | 2017. 04. 10. 07:33:08
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Maybe I will in the future, but now , I'm saving up to buy a 1050 Ti. My graphics card isn't upgraded since 2008
SamX avatar
18 days ago | 2017. 04. 09. 16:42:40
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No, I'm not planning to exchange my CPU for an AMD Ryzen processor. Because I only use my PC for gaming and (so far) Ryzen isn't the best for gaming.