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post #71 of 100 (permalink) Old 09-06-2019, 01:06 PM
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their slide shows cinebench which will be using the physical cores on the CPU,so a 3900x of course will outperform it if it has more cores/threads, if the slides had a 3800x the numbers would be far different

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Intel doesn't like synthetic benchmarks now so cinebench is useless REAL world performance is where it's at now.. https://www.extremetech.com/computin...d-benchmarking

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Intel doesn't like synthetic benchmarks now so cinebench is useless REAL world performance is where it's at now.. https://www.extremetech.com/computin...d-benchmarking
I definitely need a 9900KS to run Battle.net, not the games just the client.

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Intel still wins above the 3600 and does just fine with the 9600k. Navi wins at 5700 series price point and AMD below that for the most part. Wattman crashes on AMD GPUS. If you like streaming games, recording, playing music etc while gaming AMD beats intel CPUS. They should review practical applications like a music player or youtube in the background on intel vs amd. idk how often modern gamers record. Tabs open, downloading while gaming. Also people with multi monitors watching videos while gaming.



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Intel still wins above the 3600 and does just fine with the 9600k. Navi wins at 5700 series price point and AMD below that for the most part. Wattman crashes on AMD GPUS. If you like streaming games, recording, playing music etc while gaming AMD beats intel CPUS. They should review practical applications like a music player or youtube in the background on intel vs amd. idk how often modern gamers record. Tabs open, downloading while gaming. Also people with multi monitors watching videos while gaming.

Can you explain what you mean by "intel still wins above the 3600 and does fine with 9600k?" After you said that you made the case for why AMD is better than intel in regard to Real world performance/ common use.

To review piratical applications and real world usage seems to me more like marketing than actual data. How are you going to review running browser tabs, gaming and streaming, multi monitors and youtube and this and that?
To me i don't see how this cane be done without turning it into a synthetic benchmark, i guess you end up with something like realbench? Perhaps we should just let reviewers tell us how their experience went, like what happens on forums where 1 person has bad experience with a product and another swears by it.

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I definitely need a 9900KS to run Battle.net, not the games just the client.
more like run the benchmark and not the game, ironically some games like metro exodus,its benchmark is performing worse than the actual game, not sure if overwatch or wow has a benchmark tool and does the same

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Can you explain what you mean by "intel still wins above the 3600 and does fine with 9600k?" After you said that you made the case for why AMD is better than intel in regard to Real world performance/ common use.

To review piratical applications and real world usage seems to me more like marketing than actual data. How are you going to review running browser tabs, gaming and streaming, multi monitors and youtube and this and that?
To me i don't see how this cane be done without turning it into a synthetic benchmark, i guess you end up with something like realbench? Perhaps we should just let reviewers tell us how their experience went, like what happens on forums where 1 person has bad experience with a product and another swears by it.
I meant price vs performance if you are strictly gaming. To be fair, reviewers pretty much always mention AMD being king of multi tasking. And if someone wanted to put in the effort they could see the impact of running YouTube in the background. But it would be a handy little demo to show gamers despite AMD having lower gaming benchmarks on the CPU side, that they might actually get higher FPS depending on what else their doing while they game. It's not needed, but I think people would enjoy it. You can download legal content via torrents, but I know what you mean, YT policy might make that really hard to do. However, they don't need to mention torrents, they could just say if you're downloading a large file in the background. Like another game or an update. Which you can do in Steam if you change your settings.



If it's done, they should also include regular benchmarks or say hey in the link below you can see the results if you are only gaming while you game. Good reviewers already know that part ^^. Something that is probably more common, would be streaming Netflix while gaming on a multi monitor setup instead of the whole video player thing. Most people probably don't run a AV scan in the background, but if doesn't affect your fps much on AMD, it might be a small influence, hmm I can schedule a daily\weekly scan and not have to worry about it.




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any idea if intel is laughing 10nm or 7nm chips anytime soon. I'd buy this if I'm buying a new PC but i don't think many people will consider upgrading to this

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any idea if intel is laughing 10nm or 7nm chips anytime soon. I'd buy this if I'm buying a new PC but i don't think many people will consider upgrading to this
At least late 2020 or 2021.

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any idea if intel is laughing 10nm or 7nm chips anytime soon. I'd buy this if I'm buying a new PC but i don't think many people will consider upgrading to this
10 core might be coming q1 though
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any idea if intel is laughing 10nm or 7nm chips anytime soon. I'd buy this if I'm buying a new PC but i don't think many people will consider upgrading to this
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