Originally Posted by BroadPwns
I don't think that CPU even has a chance to beat the 3770K in Single Core tasks, especially with the 3770K at 4.4Ghz
Originally Posted by TaCRoT
Ryen 5 3400G
Same as above. I don't think that CPU even has a chance to beat the 3770K in Single Core tasks, especially with the 3770K at 4.4Ghz
Originally Posted by Moparman
Not sure about pricing where you are at. But I would look for a ryzen 2600 or 3600 as that will be a nice set up from what you have.
Originally Posted by briank
Brand new I'm pretty sure that's going to cost way more than what I can get for the 3770K, memory, and the money I had extra to buy a Z77 board.
Originally Posted by Arxontas
I compared the Single Thread performance of a Ryzen 7 2700 @ 4.2 GHz and my 4770k's at 4.43 GHz, a very modest OC below 1.3V.
The Ryzen 7 2700 scored 176 Cinebench Marks and my 4770k scored 178 Cinebench Marks.
Based on this, I wouldn't buy a 1st or 2nd gen Ryzen at all except if you are out for MC performance. I only care about ST performance.
See right side for 4770k performance.
If I was insane or just plainly didn't care about the remaining life of my (un-delidded) 4770k, I could easily get 4.6 GHz on it at a VCORE>1.3V on my Noctua NH-D14.
Originally Posted by cssorkinman
175 single core on an Ivy would put you at about 4.8 ghz or so.
Curious what your 4770k gets on R20? Single and multi.
Yeah my 3770K can only handle 4.4Ghz at 1.380 Prime 24/7 stable, but that was in the past... I had to drop down to 4.3 to get rid of WHEA.
Originally Posted by tpi2007
It all depends on how much you want to spend and whether you can put a dedicated GPU in it (skip to the last sentence if your sig rig GTX 1060 listing is current).
Both the Ryzen 5 2400G and 3400G have an iGPU, with the 2400G being cheaper while stocks last. They're essentially the same CPU, with the 3400G clocked higher on both CPU and iGPU and with better TIM.
The Ryzen 5 1500X has more cache and is both faster and slower than the 2400G depending on the task, but has no iGPU.
If you have a discrete GPU (your sig rig says you have a GTX 1060), the best bet is to just buy a Ryzen 5 2600 (non X). It's by far the best value CPU out there.
I'm only willing to spend about the price of getting a used Z77 board locally plus what I can sell the 3770K and Memory for. That's around 270 USD for the Ryzen CPU, Board, and RAM, but I could spend a bit more if needed.
Originally Posted by Owterspace
I run my 3770K at 4700mhz. In AIDA64 a stock 2400G is literally nipping at this things heels, in a few I blow it away, in a couple it blows me away.. at stock, and I'm pretty much at my max clock, I have 100mhz more I can run, but at 1.45v. Seems like it would be a good little CPU. Maybe a bit of a side grade if you have something like mine unless you use that CPU as a placeholder for a nicer one on a good board if funds aren't as nice as you'd like.
I don't think that CPU even has a chance to beat the 3770K in Single Core tasks.