Ok, I'll probably go for a gtx 1650 super (a friend recommended it already, wanted to make sure), then, is the ryzen 5 2600X a better choice than the 3600? or is the ryzen 5 3600 a better choice in overall performance over time?
Well first things first, a GPU will give you the most bang for buck right off the bat. If you can swing the 300$ range then either the 1660ti or 5600xt are great cards that should give you what you are wanting to do pretty easily. If you are looking for less than that, shoot for a 1650 super or rx 580 red devil. Those two cards are each around the 180ish mark and should still get you at or pretty close to being able to do 60fps and stream on ok graphics settings. After you get one of those next would be your CPU and then ram [url=https://www.rachat-credit-rachat.com/]forum rachat de crédit surendettement[/url]. As your motherboard is quite overkill for everything else you got it really shouldn't need upgrading for quite some time. As far as ram is concerned it should be the next to last upgrade you do with only the motherboard waiting longer. While Ryzen processors definitely benefit from the 3600 and higher speeds the most being at 3200 won't hurt you to bad since your already at 16gb. So as far as CPU's are concerned and assuming you want to stay ryzen. The ryzen 5 3600 is a great upgrade that always hovers around the 150-200 mark depending on sales and such and would be a nice jump in performance and until you can get a GPU better than say a 2070 super or maybe a 2060 super that cpu won't hinder you in any way. Have fun upgrading and if you have a specific budget in mind let us know and we can narrow down the options for you.
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