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post #11 of 36 (permalink) Old 07-09-2019, 01:56 PM
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Is there even rumored estimates on when? I have already been waiting for Ryzen 3000 and the gaming benchmarks are still favoring the 9900k. I could always wait for the "next best thing" but I think I'm ready to pull the trigger now, before my dual 2080Ti's become obsolete. I guess waiting until September (my initial plan) for the 3950x wouldn't be a bad idea, as I'm guessing a price drop for 9900k would be in order.

As far as another universe for the 3000 series performance, look at ANY benchmark, Intel still owns gaming, and seeing as I don't stream or compress/decompress files or render or compile anything, the 3000 series isn't for me.
Release date is Q1 of 2020, I do not see the point in investing in a dead socket. There is a reason I run my 9900k @ 4.2Ghz even though it's stable at 5.25Ghz. I hope you are gaming at 1080p if not you're throwing money away.
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Don't buy a defective CPU. Only the 9900KS is being binned.
The KF has shown to be a great overclocker. In some cases achieving higher clocks than even gold sample K's. Guesses are that the disabled iGPU eliminates some voltage requirements and heat dissipation. But the KS does sound exactly what I'm looking for.
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post #14 of 36 (permalink) Old 07-09-2019, 02:18 PM
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The KF has shown to be a great overclocker. In some cases achieving higher clocks than even gold sample K's. Guesses are that the disabled iGPU eliminates some voltage requirements and heat dissipation. But the KS does sound exactly what I'm looking for.
No it doesn't, that's why it now cost less than the 9900K. If that was the case Silicon Lottery would have higher binned chips.

https://siliconlottery.com/collectio...ntel-i9-9900kf

Tom's Hardware got a cherry picked sample that does the same clock as mine at the same exact voltage.

https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...cs,6004-2.html

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Release date is Q1 of 2020, I do not see the point in investing in a dead socket. There is a reason I run my 9900k @ 4.2Ghz even though it's stable at 5.25Ghz. I hope you are gaming at 1080p if not you're throwing money away.
I game MOSTLY at 4K 60, but do 1080p high refresh sometimes (I will be grabbing a 4K 120 panel in the near future)

So given that 1080p is a rarity for me, should I just get the 3900x given that the fps difference at 4K is so little? Would the extra $250 be worth waiting for the 3950x? Keep in mind that I'm pushing two 2080Ti's, so I feel the IPC gain of a 9900k would help more in that scenario. Am I wrong?
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I game MOSTLY at 4K 60, but do 1080p high refresh sometimes (I will be grabbing a 4K 120 panel in the near future)

So given that 1080p is a rarity for me, should I just get the 3900x given that the fps difference at 4K is so little? Would the extra $250 be worth waiting for the 3950x? Keep in mind that I'm pushing two 2080Ti's, so I feel the IPC gain of a 9900k would help more in that scenario. Am I wrong?
At 4K 60Hz, even the 200$ R5 3600 will work. AND, for 4K 60Hz you only need a single 2080 Ti.

I used 4K back in 2015 with just an i7 2700K @ 4.5GHz with 2X R9 290s. Of course i was not able to max any games. My bottleneck in most games was the 4GB VRAM.
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At 4K 60Hz, even the 200$ R5 3600 will work. AND, for 4K 60Hz you only need a single 2080 Ti.
Not with Ray Tracing enabled and Ultra settings, hence why I got the second 2080Ti. There are several titles that don't hit 60 Ultra with my single 2080Ti rig. Also, as stated, I will be getting a 120 4K panel soon, so that second 2080Ti will help with that. In any case, I have dual 2080Ti's so there's no going back :laugh:
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Release date is Q1 of 2020, I do not see the point in investing in a dead socket. There is a reason I run my 9900k @ 4.2Ghz even though it's stable at 5.25Ghz. I hope you are gaming at 1080p if not you're throwing money away.
Isn't the AM4 socket effectively dead after 3000 as well? Pretty sure rumor is that Zen 3 will use a different socket.
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Not with Ray Tracing enabled and Ultra settings, hence why I got the second 2080Ti. There are several titles that don't hit 60 Ultra with my single 2080Ti rig. Also, as stated, I will be getting a 120 4K panel soon, so that second 2080Ti will help with that. In any case, I have dual 2080Ti's so there's no going back :laugh:
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I game MOSTLY at 4K 60, but do 1080p high refresh sometimes (I will be grabbing a 4K 120 panel in the near future)

So given that 1080p is a rarity for me, should I just get the 3900x given that the fps difference at 4K is so little? Would the extra $250 be worth waiting for the 3950x? Keep in mind that I'm pushing two 2080Ti's, so I feel the IPC gain of a 9900k would help more in that scenario. Am I wrong?
Your best bet would be x299 or x399 since both z390/x570 do not have enough PCI-e lanes for two 2080 Tis.

https://www.gamersnexus.net/guides/3...idth-x16-vs-x8

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