Windows 10: (IM NEW)newly built pc (ryzen 3 1300x 1060 3gb)micro stuttering Solved

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  1.    23 Sep 2017 #51

    ablao said: View Post
    ok i bought my 1300x from amazon its within the 30 day return window so i should be able to get a refund?
    I would that cpu is not good for gaming

    1600 would be the best choice honestly comes with a cooler as well the x version doesn't
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  2.    23 Sep 2017 #52

    ok so should i get a ryzen 1500x or 1600?
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  3.    23 Sep 2017 #53

    ablao said: View Post
    ok so should i get a ryzen 1500x or 1600?
    I would get the 1600 if you can that is pretty much the sweet spot for all ryzen builds it will help you do Content work and Gaming without breaking your wallet i own a 1600x and it is pretty good as in gaming and processing power
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  4.    25 Sep 2017 #54

    ok i have bought 1600 is there anything i should know/do b4 installing it
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  5.    25 Sep 2017 #55

    A new CPU requires a clean install and then the correct chipset driver installation along with the rest of the mobo drivers.
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  6.    25 Sep 2017 #56

    i just finished downloading my 500gb+ games
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  7.    25 Sep 2017 #57

    is there a way i can not download the games again?
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       25 Sep 2017 #58

    Ablao, are you changing the motherboard as well as the CPU? If you are using the same motherboard, you don't need to do a clean install.

    Are the games you downloaded from Steam or somewhere else?
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       25 Sep 2017 #60

    The Chipset drivers are from the board manufacturer (MSI) and are the same no matter which CPU you have. You should be OK there.

    If you can go into your Steam folder and copy the Steamapps folder and paste it somewhere else for safekeeping, it should contain all of your games. Origin games are usually in Program Files X86 under Origin Games. Do the same with the Origin Games Folder. That should save your downloads.
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