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[PCGamer]The AMD Ryzen 3300X isn't just a faster 3100, it's a different, better CPU

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(...)AMD has chosen to spread these four cores across the CCXs in different ways.

The Ryzen 3 3300X will feature four cores on a single CCX, which means it should have less latency between the cores and therefore less latency overall. That's important for gaming performance.

The Ryzen 3 3100 meanwhile will feature two cores per CCX, which will likely make for slightly slower performance beyond its lower frequencies.
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According to this leak both the single core speed & the overall multi core performance look to be comparable to the legendary i7-7700K with both @ stock speeds. Do keep in mind that we need some more concrete & real sources before knowing anything for certain though.

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According to this leak both the single core speed & the overall multi core performance look to be comparable to the legendary i7-7700K with both @ stock speeds. Do keep in mind that we need some more concrete & real sources before knowing anything for certain though.

Source - https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/am...ore-leaks.html
7700K was never legendary.

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That's great. I have been wishing that AMD would make a single CCX CPU for a long time.
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7700K was never legendary.


Just a massively out of proportion price tag.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post
7700K was never legendary.
Legendarily pointless, maybe.

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7700K was never legendary.
The i5-2500k and the P4 2.4GHz were the only "legendary" Intel CPUs. I mean, they make a good product, but... (a la J-J-Jimmy) Come on

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The Q6600 and the first generation of celeron were also pretty legendary IMO.

The first generation of i7 was probably the most advanced feeling thing ever. Crazy new architecture with no north bridge and triple channel memory. Felt like the future.
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7700K was never legendary.
Agreed. It's a slightly up-clocked 6700K with no greater overclocking headroom.

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