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[PCWorld] Intel challenges AMD's Ryzen 3000 CPUs to take the Core i9-9900K's real-world gaming crown

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post #171 of 172 (permalink) Old 06-19-2019, 08:21 AM
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That being said trying to hit 144 or 165 fps with a high refresh monitor is a different ballgame. There's some older titles that I am getting 170-180 fps on the 9900k and the 2700x will continously drop under 110 (Destiny 2)
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There are two reasons for that:
1) Ryzen 1 and 2 floating point performance is not up near where Intel is. This is fixed in Ryzen 3, as FP performance has "doubled". (according to AMD. Some instructions have doubled, while most others simply have a substantial throughput boost)
2) memory speed and latency. This is also changed a lot in Ryzen 3, as memory speed is much higher, latency is lower, and the large cache can hide even more latency.

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Ryzen 3 is a FAR better product then anything INtel has to offer at this point, this is just a jab at AMD at best, AMD was beating intel from 1999-2006, easily winning in every 3d application.
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