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post #61 of 74 (permalink) Old 08-17-2019, 02:21 AM
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Weird never saw below like 100 fps in PUBG on my 3900x. Must be Intel fanboy.
Must be Intel fanboy when you never saw below 100 fps in PUBG.... Internet 2019
You are posting like many people on Guru3d forums.. Fanboy this and fanboy that. Toxic all the time.

I'm a performance fanboy, and have 9900k and 3900x.

3900x is good, but it's bottleneck IS the "high" latency compared to 9900k. I don't do stock clock

This is my 3900x:
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Must be Intel fanboy when you never saw below 100 fps in PUBG.... Internet 2019
You are posting like many people on Guru3d forums.. Fanboy this and fanboy that. Toxic all the time.

I'm a performance fanboy, and have 9900k and 3900x.

3900x is good, but it's bottleneck IS the "high" latency compared to 9900k. I don't do stock clock

This is my 3900x:
PUBG has been around for awhile. It's been known even the 2700X gets better lower minimum. lol

Both my Gen 1 and + get better Aida figure than that 3900X. Does not mean they are faster.

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PUBG has been around for awhile. It's been known even the 2700X gets better lower minimum. lol

Both my Gen 1 and + get better Aida figure than that 3900X. Does not mean they are faster.
It does not change the difference in performance in some games 3900x vs 9900k both overclocked

We don't know the exact benchmark condition in PUBG. You can allways tweak the settings ingame to get better performance.

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It does not change the difference in performance in some games 3900x vs 9900k both overclocked

We don't know the exact benchmark condition in PUBG. You can allways tweak the settings ingame to get better performance.
Several tests have been made. Gen2 has been out over a month? It's been established that the 9900K is indeed faster in games but not all games. Gen2 relies on its game cache. Although, faster ram and tight timings still matter, the game cahce helps.

You just game, then go for the 9900K. You game and do other stuff simultaneously or not, then the 3900 no doubt.

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Several tests have been made. Gen2 has been out over a month? It's been established that the 9900K is indeed faster in games but not all games. Gen2 relies on its game cache. Although, faster ram and tight timings still matter, the game cahce helps.

You just game, then go for the 9900K. You game and do other stuff simultaneously or not, then the 3900 no doubt.
My main computer is a old overclocked 7980xe. Perfect for everything, even gaming

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My main computer is a old overclocked 7980xe. Perfect for everything, even gaming
Stock R5 1600. lol. Posted this too many times.
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Stock R5 1600. lol. Posted this too many times.
If anything, that picture is making the point NOT to buy a 1600.

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If anything, that picture is making the point NOT to buy a 1600.
It was a cellphone.lol

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Is this entire thread satire? You don't like Hardware unboxed or GN, don't watch the videos. Jeez.

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B450 VRM or not. When i bash cinebench back to back for 15 min the VRM doesnt pass 77 celsius and thats with stock cooler pushing 82 celsius air straight into vrm block. Carbon VRM is fine dude.
Yeah, I don't know what the big issue is with B450 VRMs if I can't seem to find any. My temps are slightly lower than yours, but even the ones you are stating aren't bad. So are we suppose to feel something emotional because the VRMs on the Carbon aren't up to that person's standards?

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