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post #21 of 64 (permalink) Old 07-15-2019, 05:53 PM
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I mean does it really matter at 720p? You just know it's gonna a clean sweep across the board by team blue.
Linus seems to think it's a bit too close in CS:GO, we may need to start moving back to 800x600 for our CPU testing so we can get clearer, more defined results.

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Why take your chances? 640x480 is still a thing. Besides, be sensitive to all 100 of the CRT enthusiasts still out there.

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AMD's APUs performs much better than Intel's, makes it doable for an IGP sub-10L SFF gaming builds.
10L is a lot for SFF. You can do full watercooling builds in 10L lol


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Why take your chances? 640x480 is still a thing. Besides, be sensitive to all 100 of the CRT enthusiasts still out there.
Any CRT I've ever owned can run 4K resolution.

Perhaps we should be doing gaming comparisons on monochrome sets instead...

That's frame rate there buddy.
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9900k is the best CPU this benchmark means nothing. I game at 4k 144fps with it. End of story.

Right, so, compare the use case for a 128-thread CPU versus a 16-thread CPU. Pretty sure the tasks that require the use of those threads will greatly benefit having them over a handful of overclocked ones.

Saying which one is faster is irrelevant. It's like comparing a Ferrari to a Mac Truck, one is for work, one is for home.

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Right, so, compare the use case for a 128-thread CPU versus a 16-thread CPU. Pretty sure the tasks that require the use of those threads will greatly benefit having them over a handful of overclocked ones.

Saying which one is faster is irrelevant. It's like comparing a Ferrari to a Mac Truck, one is for work, one is for home.
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9900k is the best CPU this benchmark means nothing. I game at 4k 144fps with it. End of story.
They are designed for very different applications. 9900K is the best gaming CPU, but this is a workstation chip. It's not remotely comparable...

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its not really meant to be used in a workstation either, EPYC "P" series is meant to be used in single-socket servers clustered on a rack.

trolling an adult is very dangerous, don't try it at home nor at work. you don't want to play tag with a rabid man.

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Right, so, compare the use case for a 128-thread CPU versus a 16-thread CPU. Pretty sure the tasks that require the use of those threads will greatly benefit having them over a handful of overclocked ones.

Saying which one is faster is irrelevant. It's like comparing a Ferrari to a Mac Truck, one is for work, one is for home.
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They are designed for very different applications. 9900K is the best gaming CPU, but this is a workstation chip. It's not remotely comparable...
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Woosh!
Seriously WOOSH!! These guys are so serious they missed the sarcasm and humour of posting about gaming in a thread about server CPU's.

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