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What is your recommended processer speed for gaming?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 13:48:26    Popularity:     

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an i7 cpu You have to look at how well these modern processors compare to eachother at certain clock speeds. For instance, the Core i5-6400 is clocked

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You have to look at how well these modern processors compare to eachother at certain clock speeds. For instance, the Core i5-6400 is clocked at 2.8ghz and it sometimes struggles. The AMD FX and A4-A10 series are not modern processors so they don't count. I'd say 3.2ghz to 3.5ghz is a good number. You also have to look at core counts too. 4 cores is usually enough but getting a 6 core processors is usually a better choice. The Ryzen 5 1600 is always a good pick.

its not the ghz really, its the amount of cores your CPU has.. A 4-core/quadcore CPU is a good start for gaming. I have an old phenom II quadcore but i still play BF1 on ultra.
Dual core CPUs arent that great but they can still run some low end games

I would recommend whatever the game developer recommends. You'll save a lot of money if you tailor the computer to your games.

Also, GHz isn't a measure of processing speed. Use benchmarks, like Passmark's or something.

It can also save money to get the number of cores your games use. 4 is usually optimal, but there are still games that only use 1 core. Computer programs can't benefit from more cores than they're designed for, even though lots of people pretend they do. Often fewer, faster cores will get you better performance than more cores.

GHz doesn't mean much (http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/AMD... ). Differences in architectures (the design of the individual cores within the CPU) can cause differences in IPC, which means that one CPU can actually be faster than another that has the same number of cores/threads and the same or even higher clock speed.

For a desktop, any recent architecture (Ivy Bridge, Haswell, Broadwell, Skylake, Kaby Lake, Coffee Lake, or Ryzen) with at least 4 threads will handle gaming pretty well. If you can afford it, get 4 physical cores. For a laptop, look for an "HQ" label (as in i7-7700HQ) if it has an Intel CPU. If it has any non-Ryzen AMD CPU, avoid it.

Better than 3 GHz if you can get that. Especially in laptops, but cooling might be a problem. I use the Walsoon or Lanyi brands "CoolCold Ice Troll III" USB fan boxes that I got on Amazon for a few dollars each. Lowers the internal temp of Dell, HP laptops and iMac consoles at least 30*F. Many others of same idea available for $5 to $22 (has thermostat) on Ebay, Aliexpress.

well that would depend how processor intensive the games you wish to play are......As a guess 3.5ghz...that's what i have and don't have to many issues with frame drops and bottlenecking..but performance is going to be dependant on what your other peripheral's are installed memory (Ram), PSU. GPU, cooling, storage devices, and even the monitor...

EDIt: i edited the catagory and reposted the question in a more appropriate catagory ...if you want i can return it to where you posted it "English Football"



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