Discussion in 'AMD x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by luke o, Dec 27, 2018.
My favorites are still 8700K 8086K ... if you find a nice 5Ghz one in the forums go for that
As for poor old CJ being hammered Must say he's been very mild & actually his posts previous pages looked helpful
I'm enjoying watching AMD making money, It's wonderful. Good for us that competition brings prices down
Now see this guy. He's very good & has his processor in 7920x 9920x territory despite less clocks.
Ask him for tips. A quick study on his machine & has it going fast already.
3900x looks as 8700K x2, bolted together 800mhz less & matched performance. Good value indeed
CJ look at this post - note how it is unbiased, objective and just focus on results and best outcome. Whereas you just want to be that Collingwood supporter...............
Maybe when you grow up - you to could make a simple factual post like that?
NO not synthetic tests
REAL world games ryzen is up to 20++++% slower in
I have posted this in this thread before in referring to this:
ryzen is behind in every test some in the 22-25% range
pcie 4.0 right now MAKES absolutly NO REAL World Difference at all and it wont for many many years (if at all)
he asked about gaming and the reality is AMD are still rubbish and are a long way behind for gaming still its hardly "trolling" when im simply answering the question as posed truthfully
except you have no chance under non lne ( and wven then unlikely ) of getting you 3900x to 5.3ghz
What's this then?
margin of error in a gpu bottlenecked scenario where your not actually testing the CPU's performance
He is using 1280x720 as a baseline to show 20% difference. Just in case you missed it
CJ that is one heavily retarded test, why test gaming performance with a scenario that no one will ever use .... 2080ti at 720p ...
How about some relevant graphs?
Maybe out in the backwaters and under a rock in 'hicksville' PCIe4.0 must be resisted at all costs. In reality I see it being mainstream in less than 7 months and utilised in 4K VR systems that you have at home. In two years it will be a critical necessity in any serious gaming rig.
Stopping setting yourself up.
Yeah I know, I was saying that back in the first reviews, but for people who do game at 1440p+ it doesn't matter much..
Yes it's slower at 1080p, but at the end of the day dropping $789 on a CPU, you ain't gaming at 1080p, that's why I went down this path to begin with.
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because it shows the CPUS performace not the GPU's and is reletive for when there are faster GPUS it clearly shows the ryzen will bottle neck faster GPUS well before the intel cpu will
Maybe something wrong with Guru3D's testbench also? How come Techpowerup get like double the frames (and less than 10% difference)?
Why do you so stupidly lie like that?
Not battle this ^ The game is make you angry to fight words. In the end you get frustrated. You may be correct & more smart, best rebuttal.
But you are defeated.
Circular conversations are circular. That's the menace we know, he'll get you shitty, he wins
You aren't an Elite Dangerous player.. Plenty of opportunity to watch a video while in space. Hutton Station is only a 90ish minute flight in Supercruise.
That graph shows that most CPUs will do the job for gaming with a GPU dependant scenario. How do the cheaper versions of the new Ryzens fit in that graph?
that is dependant on the level of performance your willing to accept
you asked what is better in games the answeer was and still is Intel
Not one single person buying a ryzen 3000 processor is going to game at 720p - this is as worthless as a synthetic test.
It's sometimes ahead, sometimes behind at 1440p vs 9900k, but doesn't look like more than 5%, but about 33% cheaper.
I'm still interested to see if the 3800x is amazing or just sits straight in between 3700 and 3900.
I believe the answer will lie in the set up used on teh test bench I would say its their set up that is ballsed up as the 9900k is losing to the 9700k on their charts
hardly I linked you proof yet you still cant accept it
again 720p IS relevant when testing the CPU read above for the explanation and that is whty several reputable review houses use it