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post #11 of 60 (permalink) Old 02-22-2020, 10:06 AM
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I'd buy one if I could keep my motherboard. I'm not buying a new motherboard for another 14nm CPU
As I'm on Z170, buying a new motherboard wouldn't be a problem for me. However, it's a hard sell if it's, like the 9900K's, 1% better in gaming, but 500% hotter and more power-hungry than AMD's CPU's. So, assuming no miracles happened at Intel R&D, it'll be a tough time for the blue team, I figure.

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post #12 of 60 (permalink) Old 02-22-2020, 11:04 AM
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If these have AVX512, they will sell.

lol, they're selling either way
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z390/9900ks here. Despite not needing a upgrade- Good thing about intel gear is the resale is quite good, should cost very little to get onto the new platform.. at least will be on lga1200 which will supposedly support icelake-s 10nm also .

That said zen4000 might just be a flat out better
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at least will be on lga1200 which will supposedly support icelake-s 10nm also


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Once you get to a certain core count for gaming, it's all about the core frequency. I've been testing CPU core usage on quite a few games (turning on/off CPU affinity). On average, it seems there is a large drop off/diminishing return after five CPU cores active.

Intel's 8-core "gaming CPUs" at 5+GHz will still be the best for gaming out of both Intel's and AMD's entire lineup.

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Is anyone really going to buy these Intel CPUs? For gaming 8700K/9700K/9900K already offer the best Intel can deliver. Adding more core will not do much. In productivity, they still have to face AMDs 12-Core and 16-Core. There is also Zen3.
I have lag in FC5 due to 6core i5-9600k. So for now I'm not going to ruin it, plus an rtx 2070 is not enough. So I can't wait to get ryzen 4000. Screw intel and their prices, I forgot how close the 2600-2700X were in games. Now AMD just better release at a nice price and no way will I want intel.

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Once you get to a certain core count for gaming, it's all about the core frequency. I've been testing CPU core usage on quite a few games (turning on/off CPU affinity). On average, it seems there is a large drop off/diminishing return after five CPU cores active.

Intel's 8-core "gaming CPUs" at 5+GHz will still be the best for gaming out of both Intel's and AMD's entire lineup.
Well, CPU's do very little for gaming at this point....pretty much reached the threshold. CPU Frequency really only comes into it's own at 1080p, beyond that it doesn't do a thing.

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Try play multiplayer games like poe with 300 mobs+ you will see massive drops even on intel systems. Both amd and intel is behind games and high hz monitors.

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Well, CPU's do very little for gaming at this point....pretty much reached the threshold. CPU Frequency really only comes into it's own at 1080p, beyond that it doesn't do a thing.
1440p is the new 1080p in many games with 2080ti, and even higher with next gen GPU's. But if you want to play in gpu bound scenarios all the time, it's possible. Resolution scaling, RTX, AA ++++, or use a slow gpu

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Well, CPU's do very little for gaming at this point....pretty much reached the threshold. CPU Frequency really only comes into it's own at 1080p, beyond that it doesn't do a thing.
Every cpu is pretty much cpubound in 1440p in Battlefield V multiplayer with 2080ti

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