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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-15-2019, 11:15 PM - Thread Starter
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[Jarrod'sTech] 9600k v 3600 v 9700k OCED YouTube

9700k v 9600k Stock and OC


9600k v 3600 Stock and OC


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Looks more like marketing than news?

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Quote: Originally Posted by delboy67 View Post
Looks more like marketing than news?
Sorry I was 2 lazy 2 make 2 articles, went ahead and edited it.

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How is this hardware news? These processors have been out for quite some time.
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I have to get back on 3600 testing but I boost different then everyone else as I don't want a hard lock overclock and if you have enough air flow then you can get all 16 trends to auto overclock 4.3Ghz or more is the way my Ryzen 7 3700x likes it in gaming on the stock box cooler it came with and water cooling maybe yield more overhead .


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Quote: Originally Posted by doom26464 View Post
How is this hardware news? These processors have been out for quite some time.
I know a lot of people have reviewed 9600k vs 3600 etc, but they don't usually OC. Not to mention the 9600kf is now the same price as the 3600. The 3600 being the straight forward option could become questionable for gamers. I think it's interesting.

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Quote: Originally Posted by treetops422 View Post
I know a lot of people have reviewed 9600k vs 3600 etc, but they don't usually OC. Not to mention the 9600kf is now the same price as the 3600. The 3600 being the straight forward option could become questionable for gamers.
There isn't really anything "questionable" about what ages better, HT vs non-HT chips, any more.

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Quote: Originally Posted by m4fox90 View Post
There isn't really anything "questionable" about what ages better, HT vs non-HT chips, any more.
Agreed. Heck, HardwareUnboxed already showed how much better an 1800x performs compared to a 7700K in all modern game titles. I can understand the stigma against AMD's "moar coars" ideology, but these aren't low performance CPU cores this round. These are within 10% in terms of performance when they're losing, and often enough more powerful than what Intel can offer for the same price. It's well known that if you *only* care about gaming, then sure Intel is probably the better option, but hardly anyone *only plays games* these days. I won't act like I push the 2600 in my desktop to its limits all the time, but I'm thankful I have a CPU this powerful and that I didn't have to sell myself short just to build the machine. Basically would have amounted to me buying an older i5 vs an i7 if AMD wasn't an option. No one is going to dispute which was a better option for greater workstation throughput and no one should do the same now even though it's AMD.

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