1800x, MSI gaming pro carbon, Corsair LPX 32GB 3000MHz. Note: This is ONLY to be used to report spam, advertising, and problematic (harassment, fighting, or rude) posts. do you have a significant amount of mods and assets installed? The game is all about CPU processing when a large city is built. 1 comment. Español - Latinoamérica (Spanish - Latin America), https://www.komplett.no/product/11280/pc-nettbrett/komplett-pc/komplett-gamer/komplett-gamer-a50?offerId=KOMPLETT-310-11280#. A question for anyone with a similar cpu.
How mamy fps? Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I also do heavy flight simulation with payware addons, and I rarely go above 60 degress even then. and I also have TM:PE and many other assets and Mods activated. I don't see it. If there is an existing thread - post the link, and I'll check it out. Clock speeds being irrelevant anyway, it's the architecture that matters most. Also curious, I'm eyeing the Ryzen 5 1600x myself. I rarely go over 60 degrees at any point in my CPU during gaming. Guden. hide. I have i7 3770k however would like to know if the benefit would be worth the money spent or would i be kinda wasting money ? So I'm on an AMD FX8350, which is a couple generation's behind and on a lower level obviously, but hopefully comparable in terms of AMD hardware. The FX8350 however is not really a comparison to Ryzen. I really notice its struggling when I reach 100k pop. Just want to know how the new Ryzen 5 and 7 platforms run Cities Skylines, as I'm considering an upgrade - just need info, both good experiences and bad, as the upgrade will be specifically for CSL, with the intention of moving to 4K resolution eventually. It's paired with a 1060, and I have had no stuttering at all. The CPU will absolute affect FPS if it is where things are bottlenecking. But even with good hardware its gonna lag just not as hardcore. I currently have no computer. Thinking of buying ryzen 5 1600. I have absolutely no problem in terms of getting 60 FPS Vanilla Start and keeping a very playable game for a long time population wise or with mods. I've loaded save games with 80 mods and 2k assets to test my 1800x and it handled it like a champ.
It can easily tax 8 threads and runs significantly better on an i7 than on an i5. Also, how well does the 3600 perform in cities skylines ? Posted by 10 months ago. I recommend the EVO 212 cooler, LED version. Hopefully when the next bios update hits I can get it to normal speed. But the rest of my PC is also pretty overpowered, so I might gain some performance advantages from that. and I also have TM:PE and many other assets and Mods activated. I have a 970 and only sports a 1080p monitor so my main concern of upgrade is the CPU. report. Is it worth it getting a AMD Ryzen 7 3700X instead of a Ryzen 5 3600 for Cities Skylines ? Ram is 3000mhz but thanks to the issues with memory speed highest I can get it to is 2667.
If OP is looking at a 200$ CPU it's either Ryzen or an i5, where Ryzen should have advantages (it's really hard to find benchmarks though). All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. No worries. Frames per second is a video card issue. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the CitiesSkylines community. 1. Hey all. Thinking of buying ryzen 5 1600. What brand is your RAM? Would it be wise to spend the money to get a more powerful i7 ? I am using a tomahawk b350 mother board 1700x ddr 4 16gb clocked ar 2667 and a 1070 founders edition. I have a i7 3960X (4.2GHz) and a 1070 both with good temps but I'm still around 20-40 fps depending on the zoom level. Cant find a answer to this. Have gotten it to 3.95 though. Hi r/CitiesSkylines, need help deciding, I plan to upgrade my current 5 year old CPU which is an Intel Core i5-3470(non K).I really notice its struggling when I reach 100k pop. The LED version of that cooler is much easier to install than the non-LED version, and it will keep your CPU temps quite low. Run into several others as well-Windows 10 freeze, Asus bios, cooler brackets missing, temp offset, etc. Due to budget constraints I mostly lean on the Ryzen because B350 motherboards are way cheaper than Z270 boards(yes I plan to overclock a bit but not much). Can't personally comment on Ryzen, unfortunately, but here's my two bits: this game tends to be fairly dependent on clock speed over core count, so if your consideration is only this game, I'd recommend an Intel chip. Can't speak from personal experience, however, so if you find ppl who overrule me, listen to them. My questions is, does anyone here use a Ryzen 5 (1500X or 1600) and how does it perform on CS? It can use all the cores well. What sort of graphics pairup are you looking at? Will the game achieve high fps on big cities? This might be the sweet spot, but I guess we're have to wait for some benchmarks (and final pricing, especially boards could be pretty expensive). Some processes do in fact require a high clockspeed and the load isn't split evenly over all threads (especially with some mods), but if I had the choice between a Ryzen 1600 and the i5, Ryzen would be the way to go as the i5 starts to stutter earlier due to the additional load on the threads.
Español - Latinoamérica (Spanish - Latin America), https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0134EW7G8/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1. 1700x clocked at 3.8hz. Help. (VGA=Radeon RX570 8GB) (RAM=32GB) I also have 607 assets, 78 workshop modes, and all mainstream DLC. I'm using the intel i5-6600 now.
The lag is because of CSL using the Unity engine, yeah? YMMV. I’ve got a Ryzen 1600+ (with a 370 chipset MoBo) and the processor has absolutely no troubles whatsoever crunching through this game. Note: This is ONLY to be used to report spam, advertising, and problematic (harassment, fighting, or rude) posts. I searched for current best gaming CPUs and have narrowed my choice to either a Ryzen 5 (1500X or 1600) or an i5-7600K. Cities: Skylines on Ryzen 5 3400G w/ Vega 11 iGPU . All rights reserved. All rights reserved.
Ryzen is a completely new architecture, uses SMT and has nothing to do with the old FX series and ultimately should do a lot better. I also have the same RAM speed issue as aevansjr35. can you test it on a big city? save. Looking at one worth the buck.
The Ryzen will not affect FPS. I guess my main concern is the early reports about the Ryzen 7 in particular having issues with Windows 10, have there been any issues on that front? TIA. © Valve Corporation. And in a simulation game, especially in an engine like Unity which is... not great... the CPU will bottleneck more easily than the GPU. I've been a big fan of AMD recently so I'd lean towards that sort of setup. share. Not noticing much lag at all on my 1700x. Cheers. you have the 1600X? This game supports thread count much better than clock speeds. My i7-7700k overheats when I zoom in, even on small cities.. Are you using the stock cooler? Will the game achieve high fps on big cities? A subreddit for the City Builder game developed by Colossal Order, Cities: Skylines. Archived. Honestly doesnt matter what u do its gonna be sluggish.
I really dont know if i should choose the 3700X (which is like 70 euros more expensive than the 3600) just to have 2 extra cores, or if i should buy the 3600 that has less cores, but a better price. I haven't built any huge cities yet, but I had no problems with the 1600x. Press J to jump to the feed. Need good fast ram and alot of it, and the fastest cpu u can afford. can you post some benchmark screens, thanks!