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If you bought ryzen hoping it would improve gaming fps you're mistaken. I came from a 3570K and fps is about the same but now I can do so MUCH more at the same time. thumb.gif
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coming from an 860k and a 8320 FX cpu, gaming performance is significantly improved by a LONG shot. Hard to believe it could be subpar compared to a 2600K.
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Mine kills my 4.7 GHz A10-7870k and 4.7 GHz A10-7700k. Okay it helps that I switched to one of my R9 390s I used for mining but still.

My 3DMark phsyics scores are off the chain compared to what that old SR could do!

Anyway depending on the game/version of Windows/what RAM speed you run, R7 chips are competing with the i7-7700k quite well. The idea that a 2600k would be in the same ballpark is basically ridiculous. Unless it's something like Starcraft II maybe?
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Originally Posted by Kuivamaa View Post

In what bizzarre universe does that happen?

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Originally Posted by TrueForm View Post

If you bought ryzen hoping it would improve gaming fps you're mistaken. I came from a 3570K and fps is about the same but now I can do so MUCH more at the same time. thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by Spawne32 View Post

coming from an 860k and a 8320 FX cpu, gaming performance is significantly improved by a LONG shot. Hard to believe it could be subpar compared to a 2600K.

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Mine kills my 4.7 GHz A10-7870k and 4.7 GHz A10-7700k. Okay it helps that I switched to one of my R9 390s I used for mining but still.

My 3DMark phsyics scores are off the chain compared to what that old SR could do!

Anyway depending on the game/version of Windows/what RAM speed you run, R7 chips are competing with the i7-7700k quite well. The idea that a 2600k would be in the same ballpark is basically ridiculous. Unless it's something like Starcraft II maybe?


I'ts exactly like SC2 lol

i'm dropping to 20fps in times where my 2600k does 60fps
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In what bizzarre universe does that happen?

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If you bought ryzen hoping it would improve gaming fps you're mistaken. I came from a 3570K and fps is about the same but now I can do so MUCH more at the same time. thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by Spawne32 View Post

coming from an 860k and a 8320 FX cpu, gaming performance is significantly improved by a LONG shot. Hard to believe it could be subpar compared to a 2600K.

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Originally Posted by drmrlordx View Post

Mine kills my 4.7 GHz A10-7870k and 4.7 GHz A10-7700k. Okay it helps that I switched to one of my R9 390s I used for mining but still.

My 3DMark phsyics scores are off the chain compared to what that old SR could do!

Anyway depending on the game/version of Windows/what RAM speed you run, R7 chips are competing with the i7-7700k quite well. The idea that a 2600k would be in the same ballpark is basically ridiculous. Unless it's something like Starcraft II maybe?


I'ts exactly like SC2 lol

i'm dropping to 20fps in times where my 2600k does 60fps

turn up the quality options tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Kuivamaa View Post

In what bizzarre universe does that happen?

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If you bought ryzen hoping it would improve gaming fps you're mistaken. I came from a 3570K and fps is about the same but now I can do so MUCH more at the same time. thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by Spawne32 View Post

coming from an 860k and a 8320 FX cpu, gaming performance is significantly improved by a LONG shot. Hard to believe it could be subpar compared to a 2600K.

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Originally Posted by drmrlordx View Post

Mine kills my 4.7 GHz A10-7870k and 4.7 GHz A10-7700k. Okay it helps that I switched to one of my R9 390s I used for mining but still.

My 3DMark phsyics scores are off the chain compared to what that old SR could do!

Anyway depending on the game/version of Windows/what RAM speed you run, R7 chips are competing with the i7-7700k quite well. The idea that a 2600k would be in the same ballpark is basically ridiculous. Unless it's something like Starcraft II maybe?


I'ts exactly like SC2 lol

i'm dropping to 20fps in times where my 2600k does 60fps

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I was just merely pointing out that a 2600K is a 2010 processor.
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I'ts exactly like SC2 lol

i'm dropping to 20fps in times where my 2600k does 60fps

Blizzard's code. D3 is similar. GPU=very minimal effect.
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Really, are you serious? Would be quite the feat.




Thats my xbox 360's CPU pins.

How do I know what is the top/bottom of the processor?

I won't be able to take it off after I solder again
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The problem is that sc2 is the only game I play
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