Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Oct 8, 2020.
Does it ?
Is your information Based on some marketing slides from AMD ?
Not a problem for 1440p and 4k.
That’s the thing that people should know and understand , if you create game you can optimise for specific hardware and most studio’s do just that or just run certain hardware in the company . So one processor can perform better in one game than the competition but worse on another , it depends . There are only few games and programs that are running well on all types of hardware , just keep this in your mind please .
Hopefully with the new consoles being basically pc’s with 8 cores the future games will be more efficient and Will use the processors to the full potential So the 4 cores and lesser cpu can finally be left behind .
That's the wrong way to look at things. By your measure we would have endlessly growing prices.
You forget that we had PC components doubling in performance while remaining at mostly similar prices for years, sometimes even cheaper. It was true for both CPUs and GPUs.
We are where we are because we have "whales" like you that will derive an identity from tech they own and then defend X or Y megacorporation online vs the "enemy" regardless of what it does and buys product while remaining blind to these price hikes.
It's just cheap, dumb consumerism and it needs to stop. Consumers (and nation states) need to keep corporations accountable and under control at all times, instead of fawning over them.
It's kinda maddening to see megacorps being defended when they hike prices. Just simply stop, it's pathetic.
Amazing that people are dissappointed. AMD went past intels newest in gaming with lower frequencies. Added to its lead in productivity gained for SolidWorks. It's like what. Intel has made only frequency gains since 7xxx series and adding cores since AMD brought some fight and now they are behind. And then whining about 50$ price increase for the best cpus you can get now.
These are faster than 9900k just like intels newest are which fall behind zen 3.
It's the price I think mainly. If they were the same RRP as Zen 2 release no one could be disappointed, right?
I have a water cooled 2080ti, with 32gb 3600 ram and a water cooled 3950 so its pretty quiet, case fans are 140s spinning at 500ish rpm, I have yet to ever see or hear the little fan spin up even when maxed with multiple benchmarks because I torture tested this rig to hell
Not having a fan spin doesn't mean the fan can't break.
Fans "die" even sitting and doing nothing, simply because the lubricant "dried" or "changed" and became non-fluid.
Fans are not like a HDD motor, to be hermetically sealed... air and smoke and dust can slowly work it's way into the spindle.
My fan has only ever spun during the odd bootup. Never during system usage. Temps barely 50c.
So it can break. I don't mind.
Only applies to sleave bearing fans. Ball bearing fans need no lubricant. Although not sure if BB fans used for chipsets on motherboards.
3:00 in the video.
Oh wow that's some GODLIKE level pixel art !
How much though?
£570 for the 5900X and £460 for 5800X. Hilarious pricing
It makes 10700k at 350 pounds a very very attractive option.
I hope this won't trigger higher prices from intel too, I already noticed 9k series going up a bit.
Edit: found 5600x at 310 pounds so about 345€
the 10700k still got a higher core per core clock, making it still a faster cpu i think.
It's £749.99 on OCUK an usually they have highest UK pricing.
Intel new budget king