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Hey I'm building a new pc for botting mainly. Can't decide between an i9900k vs a ryzen 9 3900x.Just wondering which will get me more bots running, if anyone uses one or both of these chips, please post how many bots you're running or any overall advice in regard to processors, It would be much appreciated :D

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If you're buying hardware solely for botting, I would suggest building multiple computers out of used parts instead of going for top-tier, brand new equipment. You'll get significantly more bots running for a fraction of the cost.

The CPU is the most important component. Make sure to provide enough RAM for it, and have a decent motherboard that won't bottleneck the system. You can skip the GPU, since it's not used by RuneScape/TRiBot. Do not buy a used or cheap PSU; make sure to get a solid one, since a low quality or defective one could fry the rest of your system.

Have fun building your computer!

 

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On 8/22/2020 at 7:00 AM, fstyle said:

just a tip: you might want to consider using a VPS. yes, you're going to save more money building a PC in the long term, but I personally have more peace of mind using a VPS. 😁 just my 2 cents

Any recommendations? Einstein recommended this to me and I am interested to see what's available :)

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25 minutes ago, fstyle said:

nope. it's mostly just that people don't want more competitors in botting in general. 😅

Ohhh, I see. To be honest, I am only interested in working on my account, not gold farming. The latter is such a competitive market- the stresses of which terrify me! hhaha

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9 hours ago, rspkplayer said:

Ohhh, I see. To be honest, I am only interested in working on my account, not gold farming. The latter is such a competitive market- the stresses of which terrify me! hhaha

haha. if that's the case, then just run it on your computer as you're most likely going to be running 3 clients at max anyway.

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10 hours ago, fstyle said:

haha. if that's the case, then just run it on your computer as you're most likely going to be running 3 clients at max anyway.

That's what I was asking about in another thread. I have a Mac (don't judge LOL), and was wondering how many clients I could run at once without it spontaneously combusting haha

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