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Gamers Nexus did IMO a great job with a detail review on the R5

He is still spreading nonsense...
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He is still spreading nonsense...

What do you mean by spreading nonsense? I mean he doesn't say ryzen is king and all intel has on avg 7-10% performance in gaming but ryzen does a little of everything good I just want to see intel come out with a decent priced 6 core now
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He is still spreading nonsense...

go away
post #114 of 185
I'm impressed at the price to performance numbers of this particular CPU. It's pretty much Ryzen 7 with better memory bandwidth, two / four cores hacked off and at a better price point. Many of the issues that confronted AMD in the Ryzen 7 rollout still remain.

If anything, this CPU really moved the market forward. Realistically, Intel should have released CPUs with these core counts when they initially went to 14nm a couple of years ago instead of milking the market and not putting money into RnD in order to inflate their annual financial statements. Now they're rushing to remedy this with the possible release of Kabylake+ and then the release of Coffeelake in time for Xmas this year.

Hopefully everything will be resolved in AMD's very immature architecture with some additional microcode updates or in the next generation of Ryzen. thumb.gif
 
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I'm impressed at the price to performance numbers of this particular CPU. It's pretty much Ryzen 7 with better memory bandwidth, two / four cores hacked off and at a better price point. Many of the issues that confronted AMD in the Ryzen 7 rollout still remain.

If anything, this CPU really moved the market forward. Realistically, Intel should have released CPUs with these core counts when they initially went to 14nm a couple of years ago instead of milking the market and not putting money into RnD in order to inflate their annual financial statements. Now they're rushing to remedy this with the possible release of Kabylake+ and then the release of Coffeelake in time for Xmas this year.

Hopefully everything will be resolved in AMD's very immature architecture with some additional microcode updates or in the next generation of Ryzen. thumb.gif

Intel wouldn't... When they can make $400 on quads because people still buy and think it's the best thing ever.
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Okay,
Did you ever notuc that all of the sudden less cores is better after ryzen was launched?

They also show i3 7350k beatibg ivy i7, but does that matter? Areyou goigto play SP on low setting?

NO, you are going to play fully populated with loads of deatils(nobody like pop-in) with some gpu setting off.

You will also play fully populated mp.

Lookslike 2016 was a years for 4c/8t or more...,but 2017 is a year for 2c/4t at 6GHz.

Most benchmarks are on ultra settings?

Data does not lie. I have clients that come to me who want nothing more then a gaming rig on a set budget and with all the benchmarks floating around I have a hard time reccomending ryzen. Especially if you look at benchmarks like doom.

For people who want to do stuff outside gaming yes ryzen is awesome. Production work its hard to beat for the price.
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Most benchmarks are on ultra settings?

Data does not lie. I have clients that come to me who want nothing more then a gaming rig on a set budget and with all the benchmarks floating around I have a hard time reccomending ryzen. Especially if you look at benchmarks like doom.

For people who want to do stuff outside gaming yes ryzen is awesome. Production work its hard to beat for the price.

What exact benchmarks are giving you hard time to recommend Ryzen ?
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What exact benchmarks are giving you hard time to recommend Ryzen ?

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Most benchmarks are on ultra settings?

Data does not lie. I have clients that come to me who want nothing more then a gaming rig on a set budget and with all the benchmarks floating around I have a hard time reccomending ryzen. Especially if you look at benchmarks like doom.

For people who want to do stuff outside gaming yes ryzen is awesome. Production work its hard to beat for the price.

I don't understand how you couldn't recommend a ryzen cpu with someone with a set budget when it is cheaper than intel. Every benchmark i have seen or read gives intel 7-10% performance increase avg in gaming
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There is just no reason to buy a locked i5 now. AM4 platform has more CPU choice already, and that's without crappy GT2 graphics. No one has to pay for it anymore.
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