Discussion in 'Intel x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by Azzan, Apr 16, 2020.
then the 10600kys came out and everyone got a 2kw industrial liquid chiller
Damn when did CJ's evil AMD twin turn up
People that aren't on a paper round like you and had a real job you mean.
lets see the sales figures later on down the track. intels 10th gen product stack is fairly appealing from a choice perspective.
11th gen -S desktop: (14nm - the final revision before transitioning to 10nm! )
also on lga1200 and purportedly compatible with z490. cross your fingers on that one
12th gen requires yet another socket upgrade to lga 1700. and 10nm++ (finally)
just skimming but it seems 1700 socket will be a transitional series of cpu's, some ddr4 and some ddr 5? ..hmm looks like more chipset upgrades would be required to move from ddr4 to ddr5....maybe they'll pull a socket 1701 job?
starting with lower power lower clocked 10nm parts in the mobile chips makes sense when yields are lower.
I've put some things I've heard from a friend who works for GB in the RKL speculation thread
did i thaw a chilled nerve? Sorry we dont all have amazing jobs like you nepotistic fucks
Only computers dude, chill .
I think I'm the one that hit a raw nerve lmao
oh yeah we all have amazing jobs in a once in a century recession bro your so funny
lol i love how defenive intards get as a joke they attack the vunerable unemployed because i have a better gpu than them waaah
oh wait wheres your pcie4.....
Looks like they kicked this clown off the Intel threads.
Where is the 10100F??
The 9100F was the highest selling Intel CPU's last year at a few of the big aussie retailers. The i3's always sell well in Australia.
Effectively the 10100 i3 can match the 7700k i7 at a price just over $200 Australian. A 10100F would be well under $200.
In comparison to AMD the 10100F would probably be around the same price as the Ryzen 3100 at $175. The 10100 easily beats the praised Ryzen 3300X which is $205.
I think the 10100 is still the best value of the bunch once we start seeing cheap non-Z motherboards.
What benchmark are you reading? https://www.cpu-monkey.com/en/compare_cpu-amd_ryzen_3_3300x-1345-vs-intel_core_i3_10100-1156 shows the 3300x winning that contest?
Maz did say "gaming" cpu.
The CPU thing always falls apart, pair a 3300X with a B450 and that extra money will buy a higher tier GPU which wins out everytime.
What sort of person buys a expensive Intel motherboard, throws in a CPU like the 10100 theirs an upper limit to what GPU your using (definitely not a 2080Ti).
If your using a 5700XT or 1070 whatever Nvidia has around that price range where these 4 core CPUs might be okay, theirs clearly a budget in mind who would choose an Intel.
Especially the upgrade path with next gen Ryzen around the corner, it would be madness to go Intel 4 core.
Edit: That was the issue with the i3 8100 & 8400 at launch, if your value orientated you chose Ryzen because the motherboards were cheap, the Intel were fine CPUs but had expensive motherboards.
The people who chose B350 Ryzen path can buy the 3000 series what does the upgrade path look like for those that went Intel
Well a 3300X is an equal, with typically better minimums to a 7700K , so doubt a lower clocked 10100F would beat it.
Anyone seen the clown known as NOPE
I think his days were numbered on any Intel thread ....lmfao .
You seem to have an odd fascination with nope...
Hopefully the idiot is banned.
That guy/girl was something else
I take it you still keep in touch with your buddy while he sits out his ban
You seem to be more in touch with nope than me... you actually clicked to follow his account on this forum... I didn't and don't
Anyways peace be with you and your hardware choices
The gaming ones.
I'm just pointing out the big missed opportunity by Intel in not making the 10100F. They are now handing the entire budget gaming market to AMD.
All of the 10600k reviews show a 5-10% gaming IPC advantage over the 3600X clock versus clock. Both 6 core and 12 thread.
The 10100 has a 4.1ghz all core turbo. The 3300X has a 4.3ghz all core turbo.
Assuming the same 5-10% IPC gaming difference the 3300X then needs to run between 4.3ghz and 4.5ghz all core turbo to match the lower clocked 10100.
This is why the 10100F would have been brilliant budget gaming CPU. It would have matched a lightly overclocked 3300X at a lower price.
For instance the highest selling 9100F is only $149 and the Ryzen 3100 is $175. The 10100F may have been below $175. Obviously a cheaper non Z no frills motherboard would get used with an i3 build
The 9100F was the best price to performance CPU last year. Yes in gaming benchmarks it did get poor 1% lows in the tests but these tests were not very realistic. They are designed to cripple the CPU with ultra details settings but running a lower resolution. A more balanced system would see a mid spec graphic card. Running with graphic settings on high and a higher resolution would not see the same 1% lows but result in the same image quality.
Clock for clock Intel have a lower single core IPC.
Scroll down for the clock for clock comparision. https://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/intel_core_i5_10600k_processor_review,7.html
Intel is stronger single core because of a clock speed advantage. At the saame clock speed Ryzen wins.