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Compare Ryzen 2600 Ryzen 3600X with a little benchmark test (with d912)

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I changed my CPU and RAM last week and want to tell you my result. First my old setting :

PRIME B450M-KRyzen 2600 3850 Mhz OC8GB Sapphire Radeon RX Vega 64 Nitro +16 GB RAM 2400 MhzSSD ME.2 Samsung1080p display

Now I own

PRIME B450M-KRyzen 3600X 4250 Mhz Stock8GB Sapphire Radeon RX Vega 64 Nitro +16 GB RAM 3200 MhzSSD ME.2 Samsung1080p display

https://ibb.co/TqzKQ2y (CPU-Z Overview)

First of all, I have to say that this new hardware changed a lot for GW2. Here are 2 videos with which I try a small benchmark with D912.

Ryzen 2600

Ryzen 3600X

Overviewscreenshot https://ibb.co/2YfnQPv

What has had a positive effect on me is hardly noticeable anymore is micro shutterer. Even if I set everything to maximum, except for supersampling, these shutterer in the game have become much less. For me it was also very annoying when playing GW2 are very low the 1% and the 0.1% FPS. These have not completely disappeared with the new hardware parts, but in an area where I do not really notice. The change push up 10-15 more fps in that area.

I recommand ryzen 3600 (without the x) for a fluid gameplay. You dont need 3600X, because you gain nearly nothing with 50$ from it. (uptil today)

I hope, I could help.(This is my repost from reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/Guildwars2/comments/cdp7jo/compare_ryzen_2600_ryzen_3600x_with_a_little/)

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Thank you for that. I myself am using a 2700x soon a 3900x when I can find one lol. But your right about the micro stutter. I used to have an intel 3770k and it had micro stutter. Even when I enable ultra shadows it is much smoother with my 2700x, but I think there is just a tad of micro stutter because of the demand of the shadows on everything static.

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