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post #21 of 95 (permalink) Old 03-19-2020, 02:30 PM
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I'd like to know how much money should I spare. Leaked Intel recommended prices show the 10700K at 466€ (432€ for the KF version) while the 10600K would cost 316€ (283€ KF). The price difference is quite important.

Regarding speeds, what I've found:
- the 10700K will run at 3.8 base clock / 5.0 single core turbo, 5.1 single core 3.0 max boost / 4.7 all core turbo
- the 10600K will run at 4.1 base clock / 4.8 single core turbo (?? 3.0 boost) / 4.5 all core turbo

How do you think the differences between the two chips will translate into gaming? I still play 1080p but games that are quite CPU intensive.
Alright I'll bite on this and help. What game(s) are you playing?
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Alright I'll bite on this and help. What game(s) are you playing?

all the ones that play better on a 10700K and 10600K, apparently.

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@OP, your asking a subjective question about processors that aren't available yet. That's why there's so many troll responses. If we had actual benchmarks there might be something to discuss.
All we really have is this:
https://www.cpu-monkey.com/en/cpu-in...i7_10700k-1140

Will extra cores and extra speed help in gaming? Yes. Is it worth the money? That depends on you. Traditionally speaking, if you aren't running a great graphics card, taking the price difference and dumping it into a better graphics card usually nets higher fps.
Would I buy the 10700K? Yes, but I always spend more on processors than I should.... Gotta have it! Is a terrible way to make spending decisions...
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Quote: Originally Posted by NexusRed View Post
Alright I'll bite on this and help. What game(s) are you playing?
Many and many that relies much on the CPU.

Quote: Originally Posted by shilka View Post
What game is that?
Tarkov. Still under development and the devs started when AMD cpus was not a thing. Ryzen users have stutters and must use Process Lasso to run it in good conditions. Also the game loves CPU single core speed so Intel is a no brainer.

Quote: Originally Posted by 1Kaz View Post
@OP, your asking a subjective question about processors that aren't available yet. That's why there's so many troll responses. If we had actual benchmarks there might be something to discuss.
All we really have is this:
https://www.cpu-monkey.com/en/cpu-in...i7_10700k-1140

Will extra cores and extra speed help in gaming? Yes. Is it worth the money? That depends on you. Traditionally speaking, if you aren't running a great graphics card, taking the price difference and dumping it into a better graphics card usually nets higher fps.
Would I buy the 10700K? Yes, but I always spend more on processors than I should.... Gotta have it! Is a terrible way to make spending decisions...
Sure discussion is limited without benchmarks but we already have prices and speeds! I think price difference is quite important but I don't know how much speeds difference could matter. However I'm not sure core count will have a great effect?
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Quote: Originally Posted by 1Kaz View Post
@OP, your asking a subjective question about processors that aren't available yet. That's why there's so many troll responses. If we had actual benchmarks there might be something to discuss.
All we really have is this:
https://www.cpu-monkey.com/en/cpu-in...i7_10700k-1140

Will extra cores and extra speed help in gaming? Yes. Is it worth the money? That depends on you. Traditionally speaking, if you aren't running a great graphics card, taking the price difference and dumping it into a better graphics card usually nets higher fps.
Would I buy the 10700K? Yes, but I always spend more on processors than I should.... Gotta have it! Is a terrible way to make spending decisions...
More than 7 cores do not help with gaming.




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3700X or rather wait for 4000 series launch and then grab 3700X or the newer equivalent 4000 series. There is no point buying Intel CPUs for some time no unless you're a system integrator/manufacturer/builder and get a 50% rebate from Intel for buying their product, "totally legal".
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More than 7 cores do not help with gaming.




Yet.

Yes that's why I don't look at this spec. Here I believe it's just the difference in speed that matters.

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3700X or rather wait for 4000 series launch and then grab 3700X or the newer equivalent 4000 series. There is no point buying Intel CPUs for some time no unless you're a system integrator/manufacturer/builder and get a 50% rebate from Intel for buying their product, "totally legal".
As I wrote the game I play the most don't run well on Ryzen. Then the 10600K would be at the same price of the 3700X and I'm don't see how the AMD chip could hold the comparison in gaming?
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Get a lightly used 7980XE and have both a tremendous number of cores and high single core clock speeds. Win/win.

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