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post #11 of 643 (permalink) Old 07-07-2019, 07:42 AM
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The gouging, the gouging, as of now newegg.ca, only has the 3900x as a combo with mobos and the cheapest ones go for over $1100. There is no more shame.

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well the gaming performance wasn't where i'd hoped it would be, and showing that there really is a 15% single core IPC uplift everywhere else especially makes the gaming performance disappointing but the 3700X is a colossal jump over my 1600 and overall I don't think i'll regret pressing the order button just now.
I mean I certainly wasn't ever going to go out and spend twice as much to get the 9900k and a motherboard when I already have a motherboard that supports Ryzen 3000.
I guess all we can hope is that there are optimizations still to be done for gaming. I mean in basically every other way the 3700X is matching the 9900K despite its clock deficit so it's still extremely impressive, i just wish it applied to gaming.

PCCG, Mwave and Scorptec all have these up for sale right now for the Australians btw and prices are surprisingly good. Only $519 for the 3700X(About $360USD) so there's no ridiculous Australia tax, just the extra distribution cost.

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Even the 3700X looks like a substantial upgrade from the 2700X for gaming. Aside from a couple of odd titles at 720p, I honestly couldn't see the 9900K as the clear winner, unlike what Intel had us believing.

For other tasks, it's not even a debate.
My biggest issue with that (gaming) is that in a lot of games where the 3700x has a good lead on the 2700x, the 8700k/9600k has a good lead on the 3700x (Sekiro at 1080p, 1800x -> 2700x: 15ish%; 2700x -> 3700x: 11%; 3700x -> 9600k: 17% | there are other games that are similar/there are some that show the 3700x as being better).
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Seems like thread scheduling and CCX distribution still affect some games.

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x470 vs x570 https://quasarzone.co.kr/bbs/board.p...z&wr_id=268303
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Lagging behind a tiny bit in maya & solidworks but way better in CATIA

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Not bad. Certainly not as great as everyone was hoping (misplaced hype as always), but personally I'm not disappointed with the results so far. OC3D has a small comparison of X570 vs X470 too and they don't seem to be that different (wished they included X370 too). A lot of people seem to have problems with boost clocks right now, which is producing some weird results in certain things.

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The inconsistent results do see a bit odd. But overall there is a solid performance improvement over previous gen which I'd expect to improve as BIOS updates are released.

Now we have a new performance option for buyers. Sounds like a winning update to me.


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I may buy the 3600 , but every time you see a benchmark from the 3700x , remember it's using 65watt 1600 power in the ass kicking it has displayed on Nvidia hardware to Intel's GOD of gaming cpu's .

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