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Are they challenging them to a softball game or something? What exactly is real world gaming?

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Quote: Originally Posted by bigjdubb View Post
Are they challenging them to a softball game or something? What exactly is real world gaming?

Maybe this???


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I just went to check the Computex presentation slides (see link below) and AMD didn't state that their CPUs would be the gaming kings though, so Intel is the one putting the conversation forward as far as I can tell.

Anyway, AMD didn't state in their slides what the test configuration was for the gaming improvements of the 3800X over the 2700X, but if we assume it's also at 1080p, there's two games we can more or less compare between Intel and AMD slides, GTA V and PUBG, and the differences are 6.1% and 4.1% respectively in favour of Intel at 1080p. It will probably be close to 0% at 1440p and up and it aligns well with the way they made the initial gaming presentation on Zen 2, the point is that there will be no practical difference.


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Yep Intel chose 1080p so they could claim a (partial) victory. Most likely at higher resolutions the practical difference will be nil, or AMD could even pull ahead.

Honestly with all this BS Intel is putting out atm, they'be all but ensured I will NOT be buying their overpriced oveheating crap when it comes time to upgrade.

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If AMD wins at 4K but not 1080p, you can bet there's gonna be lot more "defining" of "real world gaming" lol.
At 4K CPU starts to be less important in the few FPS differences, and GPU is going to make the actual difference.
Intel had a small lead for the most part, but now I expect they are going to be extremely equal to each other on the same terms, and we won't have a very clear winner.
In 1440p and 1080p this is going to depend on CPU power as well as OS integration, memory, etc.
Though I'm sure if AMD won't win, they might also try to find excuses like they did before, like "windows need patches" or "motherboard need a bios update for memory", etc etc.


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Quote: Originally Posted by magnek View Post
Honestly with all this BS Intel is putting out atm, they'be all but ensured I will NOT be buying their overpriced oveheating crap when it comes time to upgrade.
AMD CPUs are just as power hungry as intel are when it comes to OC and boosting.
And BS talks, AMD are just as proficient as intel (and nvidia) when they need to.
So if you measure just about heat and BS talks, you should buy neither.
And overprices is just a measure of performance. Whoever is performing better (even a little), can drive the prices high. And both intel and AMD have done so.


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I agree. Nothing is going to maintain it's efficiency once it's been overclocked to it's limit.

Personally, I don't ever care about power consumption. I don't even use the "energy guide" sheet when choosing appliances.

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AMD's E3 show starts in an hour and half...Hopefully they show off performance, and hopefully that shows them destroying Intel.


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I agree. Nothing is going to maintain it's efficiency once it's been overclocked to it's limit.

Personally, I don't ever care about power consumption. I don't even use the "energy guide" sheet when choosing appliances.
yep, this is why I have a giant case with enough room for my Add2PSU.... I used to run 3x OG titans off of a 1500, n everything else off of an 860

now my entire 9700k n 1080ti system runs off the 860. Oh how things have changed in 6 short years.

I can't wait to see the PC response to all this console news. These next gen consoles are gonna be 1/3 the price of RTX2080ti, with the same kinda power... Or so they want us to believe... The same kinda statements were quite over-stated last time around, so folks should temper themselves. We know that they have HDMI 2.1, and VRR... Better hardware than 90% of PC gamers currently. This next gen could actually cause a large swing of returns for the first time in eons.

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I love the slides comparing Zen+ to the 9900K. Like... I'm sorry did you miss the memo about the new CPUs?

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Quote: Originally Posted by Defoler View Post
At 4K CPU starts to be less important in the few FPS differences, and GPU is going to make the actual difference.
Intel had a small lead for the most part, but now I expect they are going to be extremely equal to each other on the same terms, and we won't have a very clear winner.
In 1440p and 1080p this is going to depend on CPU power as well as OS integration, memory, etc.
Though I'm sure if AMD won't win, they might also try to find excuses like they did before, like "windows need patches" or "motherboard need a bios update for memory", etc etc.
Well to be fair in several of those comparisons, those excuses turned out to be valid as the equivalent Zen chips now out perform the Intel equivalent.
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