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Amazon has evga FE's in stock on Saturday:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XH2P8DD/ref=od_aui_detailpages00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

$699 prime

just snagged one, should have it April 5th! smile.gif
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they are beast and are the obvious best gaming cpu except for the 5775c. Magic cache still wins in most gaming scenarios. But, 7700k is still bench winner and top dog at single core. You can see i beat both ryzen and 7700k above, though. How many of those 100 reviews included a 5775c? a few of them did for sure because i have also been following ryzen news daily and i've seen 5775c shoved down Ryzen's throat over at WCCFtech for the last 2 months. A lot of people know the truth.

remember, the 5775c was buried by intel. most benches dont even include it. But whenever it's broken out, it wins.

In this pic you see 5775c beating 7700k by 10+ fps and way better minimums, resulting in far smoother gameplay.

http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Ryzen-7-1800X-CPU-265804/Tests/Test-Review-1222033/

These guys had the 5775c in their test. 7700k won 5 of 7 vs it including minimums.
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Originally Posted by mtbiker033 View Post

Amazon has evga FE's in stock on Saturday:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XH2P8DD/ref=od_aui_detailpages00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

$699 prime

just snagged one, should have it April 5th! smile.gif

I was soooooo lucky.

Launch day local store had a few Gigabyte in stock. I called, they actually held it until end of business day for me, paid a coworker to pick it up as I was on evening shift, got it!!

Got EK block and backplate about ten days later.

Below is a benching run. 10880 in TimeSpy.

All rad fans, system fans and pumps at 100% for bench run, +175 core, +659 memory, my 32GB CL14 Ripjaws 5 kit in at 13-14-13-29 1T 3228 MHZ, 5960x CPU at 4.742GHZ cache at 4.440 GHZ.

Time Spy 10880, Graphics Test 10853.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/18838458?


Edited by KedarWolf - 3/30/17 at 11:36am
    
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http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Ryzen-7-1800X-CPU-265804/Tests/Test-Review-1222033/

These guys had the 5775c in their test. 7700k won 5 of 7 vs it including minimums.
That's why I don't trust benchmarks these days...
Here, the 5775c handily beats the 7700k in most of the tests both at stock and OC speeds, with the 7700k having a 500-800mhz clock lead over the 5775c
https://www.purepc.pl/procesory/broadwell_niszczyciel_test_core_i5_5675c_i_core_i7_5775c?page=0,10

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Another one:
https://www.purepc.pl/pamieci_ram/test_ddr3_vs_ddr4_jakie_pamieci_ram_wybrac_do_intel_skylake?page=0,18
The only game where the 7700k beats the 5775c is Crysis 3.
Edited by jelome1989 - 3/30/17 at 11:39am
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Anyone here with 1080 Ti SLI and 144/165Hz 1440p monitor? What are your FPS in some new games with SLI? Thanks in advance for info!

Me.

You will run into a CPU bottleneck. 2 cards are too fast, at least for my 4930k 6 core @ 4.5ghz at 1440p. It's not until I use DSR to downsample from 4k or higher do I get full 98%-99% usage rate on both cards. This happens in 3Dmark Firestrike as well btw (the standard test).

It's happened on Mass Effect Andromeda, Battlefield 1, GTA V, Rise of the Tomb Raider, 3DMARK. So it's not just a one off thing. Single GPU this isn't an issue.
Edited by dboythagr8 - 3/30/17 at 11:46am
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Me.

You will run into a CPU bottleneck. 2 cards are too fast, at least for my 4930k 6 core @ 4.5ghz at 1440p. It's not until I use DSR to downsample from 4k or higher do I get full 98%-99% usage rate on both cards. This happens in 3Dmark Firestrike as well btw (the standard test).

It's happened on Mass Effect Andromeda, Battlefield 1, GTA V, Rise of the Tomb Raider, 3DMARK. So it's not just a one off thing. Single GPU this isn't an issue.

Ok, thanks. I will stick to single card on my XB271HU then till 32' 4K 144Hz monitors hit. thumb.gif
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Can someone explain something to me please, I still don't understand how Pascal's power limit affects overclocking ability. The Zotac Amp Extreme is said to have a powerlimit of 320W. Can you guys tell me how much if at all it will benefit from overclocking compared to, say, the FEs? Also, from your experience, will there be a waterblock for the Extreme?
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Ok, thanks. I will stick to single card on my XB271HU then till 32' 4K 144Hz monitors hit. thumb.gif

No problem. One Ti at 1440p is perfect imo. I can't lie though, the DSR image is absolutely amazing from 4k and higher with SLI. And still able to maintain well over 60 fps thumb.gif
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Can someone explain something to me please, I still don't understand how Pascal's power limit affects overclocking ability. The Zotac Amp Extreme is said to have a powerlimit of 320W. Can you guys tell me how much if at all it will benefit from overclocking compared to, say, the FEs? Also, from your experience, will there be a waterblock for the Extreme?

They will have a lower power target compared to the FE's 120%. Aside from the different cooling, they will perform the same.
    
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No problem. One Ti at 1440p is perfect imo. I can't lie though, the DSR image is absolutely amazing from 4k and higher with SLI. And still able to maintain well over 60 fps thumb.gif

I belive but it's hard to go back to 60 fps once you started to play at 90+ fps in games rolleyes.gif

Besides I want to finally let my monitor use his potential with all those refresh rate Hz biggrin.gif
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