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post #21 of 143 (permalink) Old 01-23-2020, 12:36 AM
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Nice upgrade. We have two gaming PC's -one is a Ryzen with a 3800x and I often consider picking up a 3900x . More interested in the CCX overclocking side than anything , I think disabling SMT and pushing a good amount of voltage through would yield good results. Would love to compare it to our 9900ks system

Slightly off topic but last year I also upgraded from a 7700k but to a 2700x . That particular upgrade wasn't that great (bit of a sidegrade, or even downgrade in some older titles) but it goes to show how much AMD have advanced in a short amount of time
I was surprised myself to see in benchmarks the 3600 beat handily the 2700x in single and multithread dispite a -100mhz clock disadvantage while using much less power.

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I find it hard to believe a 7700K would bottleneck a 2080Ti in 4K. Anything demanding would max out the GPU and anything not would run fine anyway. Did you actually do any 4K benchmarks? For lower res, sure there would be a difference.


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I got my 9700k for $323 from Microcenter you can keep your overpriced and underperforming (in games) 3900x.
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I have a 1080ti and a 9700k at 5.15 Ghz. on air (DH-15s). The OP was bragging about the 3900x. These two reviews show the 9700k as clearly superior to the 3900x in games:

https://www.pcgamer.com/amd-ryzen-9-3900x-review/

https://www.techspot.com/review/1869...x-ryzen-3700x/
As stated, I was in the budget for a 9900K so I leaned towards the 3900x with all the bells and whistles they offer, but you can keep your peasant CPU and I'll disable SMT to outperform your mainstream caca chip in games too.

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I find it hard to believe a 7700K would bottleneck a 2080Ti in 4K. Anything demanding would max out the GPU and anything not would run fine anyway. Did you actually do any 4K benchmarks? For lower res, sure there would be a difference.

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As stated, I was in the budget for a 9900K so I leaned towards the 3900x with all the bells and whistles they offer, but you can keep your peasant CPU and I'll disable SMT to outperform your mainstream caca chip in games too.
Intel is getting HT back in pretty much all their cpus.
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Intel is getting HT back in pretty much all their cpus.
Yeah man, I was excited and looking forward to getting the 10900k 10c/20t, but I couldn't bear with the issue any longer, and it looks like it's going to be problematic from all the leaks.
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I got my 9700k for $323 from Microcenter you can keep your overpriced and underperforming (in games) 3900x.
And a 2700x is $159, even better value. But not everyone is looking for bang for buck gaming performance.

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Show me one benchmark where a 2080Ti is bottlenecked in 4k on an i7. I do not believe it. Even CS go evens out on a 2080Ti in 4K.

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"theirs noting wrong with buying/upgrading to a 3900x for simple gaming."

I would normally expect enthusiasts to be self-aware, to be wholly proud to buy something pointless just because they can.

FTR, no there's nothing wrong with buying a 3900X for gaming.. just because you can. But if you seriously think it was worthwhile over a 3600 "for simple gaming", that's a yikes.
Maybe one morning OP wakes up and decides he wants to be a streamer and does it @ 4k.

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