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Will this handle PCSX2?
#11
Around 3.8 to 4Ghz stable which would be a nice performance boost for a 1400 (3.2 base 3.4 boost) and should improve it'a stp from 1,724 to the 2,000 range which would be better then the i5's 1914. So like I said the i5 is out of the box faster, but the Ryzen with an overclock can be faster.
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#12
Also the PC has AMD GPU card, which sucks at OpenGL (Which is WAY better renderer than DirectX if I'm right), so if you use DirectX 11 or 9 renderer it'll be less accurate & I remember on some games it has some issues.
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#13
3.9 will put you in the 1950 -2000 range.. In most instances, I'm not sure you'd see any real difference between a 1950 and a 1914 except for some very fringe cases..
amd tr 1950x                                                amd ryzen 5 2500u
asrock x399 taichi                                          amd vega 8 
XFX Radeon rx570                                         16gb ddr 4 2400 ram
32gb gskill ddr4-3200                                    256gb nvme ssd
Windows 10 Pro                                            480gb sata ssd
Custom loop water cooled                               HP envy x360
nzxt 340 case
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#14
Also if you would go by the benchmarks on this site, you would see that for example the Ryzen 5 1600x (I have one and my StP is 2079 on it at stock speeds) performs equal towards the i5/i7 4000-series atleast. So saying that the ryzens are worse then an i5-3470 out of the box I don't think so. Also AMD cards can do OpenGL just fine, it's just that there are bugs and issues with the drivers for OpenGL why it's so horrible. The cards itself have no issue with OpenGL Smile
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#15
The 1600x is clocked at 3.6 with a 4.0 turbo which puts it right in ling with what scythefwd said the 1400 would be at the same speeds which makes sense. Also since an average i5 4th gen is is also around 1950-2050 your 1600x out of the box is about equal. Try under clocking to 3,2-3.4 and then test it at that speed and odds are it will not perform equal to the i5 4th gen or this i5 3rd gen. That is why I did say out of the box stock for stock the 1400 is weaker and overclocked it is stronger, but the differences are possibly not worth the price difference. The multi threaded difference is much more towards the Ryzen 5 even at the 1400's stock speed so depending on the other uses the OP want to do the price difference might be very worth it.

The same with the GPU, the RX560 is a much more powerful card and even with AMD bad drivers it might have similar performance to the GT 1030 and in a non OpenGL backend or use case it should crush it. Though to be fair that is a mid range card against a low end esports card... so not exactly a fair comparison usually, except in this odd case due to AMD's lousy driver support for OpenGL. So depending on the use case the price difference in the 2 computers might be justified for the OP.
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#16
I have done things like replacing ram and hard-drives. and installing new OS on my old desktop I used own. And I repaired the power jack on my laptop,

Decided to with AMD build
Of all the Ryzen 7 what the difference in 1700, 1800, 2700

I had decided but not sure yet,but I want Ryzen 7, I may overclock in future, so a clockable motherboard and chip would fit the build.

Will a AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 3.7GHz 8 Core AM4 Boxed Processor with Wraith Prism Cooler work with a MSI ProSeries AMD (B350M PRO-VDH)?
I dont need the fancy led lights inside the motherboard, but it would look cool, cool but not needed.
Or what a good motherboard setup with Ryzen 7?
Is cooling sufficient?
And no I dont want run liquid cooling system, I just dont trust them.
Power source is EVGA 500 w


Ram type based on motherboard slot, Any brands recommend and not recommended?
Going with low 250gb ssd to boot Windows, and I have Toshiba 2.5 3TB external hard drive for storage that I am going to convert to internal. {HDTC830XK3C1}

I am thinking going to run 16 gbs(single stick)
then later on could run second one.
case:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BV3...UTF8&psc=1

What graphic cards are recommended?
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#17
I went with this build some months ago, now mind you for a Ryzen 7 one recommend I believe to go with a 370 chipset, but not entirely sure. Also the 2000 Ryzens are the 2nd gen which are slightly faster then their 1st gen.

Gigabyte AB350-GAMING 3 - Motherboard - ATX - AM4 Socket - B350 - USB 3.1 - Gigabit LAN
AMD Ryzen 5 1600X - Processor - 3.6 GHz - 6 cores - 12 threads - 16 MB cache - AM4 socket
Samsung 960 EVO - Solid state drive - 250 GB - M.2 2280 - PCI Express 3.0 x4 (NVMe)
Noctua NH-L9x65 SE-AM4 - Cooler for processor - (Socket AM4)
Corsair Vengeance LPX - DDR4 - 16 GB: 2 x 8 GB - DIMM 288-PIN - 3000 MHz / PC4-24000 - CL15 - 1.35 V - Non-buffered

Also I would recommend atleast to run two sticks for dual channel, sure PCSX2 doesn't really profit from it that much, but other programs/windows does and it shouldn't be that much more expensive.
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#18
Can Ryzen 7 2700X and x470 motherboard run without GPU until I buy a the GPU?
I will be planing on using Windows 10 on this build?
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#19
The Ryzen 2700x is not an APU only the G line are (the 2200G and the 2400G) so without some kind of graphics you won't even get a display let alone run PCSX2 or really anything else.
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#20
are GTX1070 cards still ok, are the gtx1080 current best one?
What the difference in 1071ti and regular gtx1070
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