Built on/Last upgrade on
January 2019
Type
Desktop
Operating System
Windows 10 x64 Pro
CPU (Processor)
AMD Ryzen 5-2600 (6x 3.40GHz)
Memory (RAM)
16GB G.Skill Aegis DDR4-3000 DIMM CL16 Dual Kit
GPU (Graphics Card)
8GB Powercolor RX 5700 Red Dragon DDR6 (Retail)
Motherboard
ASRock B450 Pro4 AMD B450 So.AM4 Dual Channel DDR4 ATX Retail
Storage
Crucial CT250BX100 250GB SSD for Windows
SanDisk SDSSDH3 512GB SSD for Data
Case
be quiet! Pure Base 600 insulated Midi Tower in black
Power Supply
550 Watt be quiet! Straight Power 11 Modular 80+ Gold
Monitor (Display)
BENQ EL2870U UHD 4K (1 ms reaction time, FreeSync, 60 Hz)
Keyboard and Mouse
Cherry STREAM keyboard
Sharkoon Fireglider Optical mouse
Notes
Bluetooth Adapter, Nitrokey Pro, Nitrokey U2F
Computer protection
Windows internal Defender

security123

Level 6
This is my PC, build for some games in 4K but also for good overall performance and security.

I'm dithery if i should wait for new Ryzen 4000 serie or if i should upgrade to Ryzen 3000 serie, cause that have some (minimal) security features which my Ryzen 2600 doesn't have.
The question is also if the Ryzen 4000 need new mainboard / sockel or not. What did you guys think?
 

Oten

Level 2
The performance difference from your ryzen 2600 to e.g ryzen 3600 is only 15% even more less if you OC it to 4.1-4.2. You don't have to upgrade unless you got money to burn. as of the security feature you talked about, i don't know what it is. Just wait the ryzen 4000 it will still be compatible on AM4 socket. There will be new chipset expected e.g B550.
 

security123

Level 6
The performance difference from your ryzen 2600 to e.g ryzen 3600 is only 15% even more less if you OC it to 4.1-4.2. You don't have to upgrade unless you got money to burn. as of the security feature you talked about, i don't know what it is. Just wait the ryzen 4000 it will still be compatible on AM4 socket. There will be new chipset expected e.g B550.
The performance isn't so important for me, but the security features.

Let's see if I need a new Mainboard for the Ryzen 4000 then.