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post #11 of 64 (permalink) Old 07-14-2019, 11:21 PM
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9900k is the best CPU this benchmark means nothing. I game at 4k 144fps with it. End of story.
...lmao, funny.

But, seriously..AMD is just flat-out a more intelligent buy right now.

Myself, and a bunch of people on this website can give you a list of 20 reasons why this is the case.

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Quote: Originally Posted by paulerxx View Post
...lmao, funny.

But, seriously..AMD is just flat-out a more intelligent buy right now.

Myself, and a bunch of people on this website can give you a list of 20 reasons why this is the case.
I hope he was joking.

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Microns optane is vaporware atm. Last slide I read its nvdimms would work Bette unrestricted compared to Intel's nvdimms.
yes technically DRAM still performs faster, while the NVDIMMs only writes to the NAND banks when power is cut off, so theres no performance penalty in using NAND flash.

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Quote: Originally Posted by paulerxx View Post
...lmao, funny.

But, seriously..AMD is just flat-out a more intelligent buy right now.

Myself, and a bunch of people on this website can give you a list of 20 reasons why this is the case.
I'm a 720p gamer, convince me why AMD is a better buy go.

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I hope he was joking.
It's a dig at someone I won't name.

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Quote: Originally Posted by magnek View Post
I'm a 720p gamer, convince me why AMD is a better buy go.


AMD's APUs performs much better than Intel's, makes it doable for an IGP sub-10L SFF gaming builds.

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But the 9900k has that fancy polygonal box, guys.


P.S. I won't name him either because this thread will quickly become a slaughter.

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Fortunately, even the Optane thing is only a kinda-sorta. You can use Optane SSDs all day. The NVDIMMs of course are all Intel. I'm a happy Intel 900P boot drive user on a 1950X though. =)
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Clearly we have not spent enough money and need to get 905s.

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AMD's APUs performs much better than Intel's, makes it doable for an IGP sub-10L SFF gaming builds.
Apologies, he meant to say he is a [email protected] gamer.

What games, of course, are unspecified, so they may be brought up only after research into what is the hardest leaning to the blue side.

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But the 9900k has that fancy polygonal box, guys.


P.S. I won't name him either because this thread will quickly become a slaughter.
It's a dodecahedron just like Destiny's engrams. Too bad it's blue.

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Remember the golden rule of statistics: A personal sample size of one is a sufficient basis upon which to draw universal conclusions.
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Apologies, he meant to say he is a [email protected] gamer.

What games, of course, are unspecified, so they may be brought up only after research into what is the hardest leaning to the blue side.
I mean does it really matter at 720p? You just know it's gonna a clean sweep across the board by team blue.

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