Core i9-10900K CPU Score Spotted in 3DMark - let's chart that up

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  1. DeskStar

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    I've got 4x16gb going on in my X570 Aorus Xtreme @ 3800mhz....

    Not sure what's the problem here. And will be the same setup in my Aorus Xtreme TRX40 board.
     
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    @Glottiz :

    Hilbert wrote: 'however in regular time spy only 10 cores/threads are taken into the measurement'(!)

    1st: If you take this into account and give the 9900K two extra(polative) cores, the 10900K is 5.3% slower in regular time spy, and in time spy extreme only 2.57% faster... sound a bit meh to me...

    2nd: I better do not want to now the amount of energy consumed by it... and afaik you need socket lga1200 - that owns no pcie 4.0 - so, very meeeeeehhhh

    and last but not least: just couple the R9s with proper 3200MHz CL14 or 3600MHz CL16 memory & here wo go again... :)
     
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    I'm just a noob but the 3950X scores (non-extreme, the graph with the bars) which where put in the OP are taken with DDR4 3200MHz...
    Although I'm not 100% sure where the Intel scores come from since source isn't available (anymore?), and I guess the general score (non-extreme) is extrapolated in the first place.

    Not moved by this bench. Extrapolated score is ~3% above 3950X, which is not really that far ahead, especially considering AMD's releasing a new CPU after Intel's launch which is supposed to be faster...

    Anyhow, it's all in the real world benchmarks and usage later on this year. I hope AMD doesn't take forever to release Ryzen 4k.
     
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    Don't forget that the TDP of 125W is without turbo so this baby will heat your house during winter and will give you a heat stroke during summer ;).
     
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    Umm either that's not a good score, or the 10980XE is really a pile of trash.

    Looks like Time Spy CPU score is not much use in determining anything. Which has been known by anyone doing any overclocking for years. If anything it shows it can hold a nice high all core boost for the 1min or so the test runs for. Now lets test with Blender Gooseberry render test...
     
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    I do find it humorous when large core count CPU's are ran in single threadeded tests and lots of conclusions are drawn from that result. Im sure this will be similar to the 9900K in that it will win out in single threaded tests and loose to AMD in multithreaded tests. I think it's very safe to assume since Intel made no architecture level changes. This CPU likely won't be that special for multithreading as I see no way you can run those 10 cores at higher frequencies without having an extremly exhotic cooler.
     
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    I suppose the more pertinent question is "how much power does it draw"...?
     
  8. JOHN30011887

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    Intel need to pull there finger out, i love intel but this cpu to me aint worth it, i look at it as an overclocked older cpu (nothing worth talking about)

    ever since i had the amd fx8350 it was dead for years with no worthy upgrades, then i move to intel 4790k and now the 8700k but if intel keep this track record of high tdp and 14nm then il end up where i started back with amd, atm im happy enough with the 8700k for at least 1 more year but i could be happier sooner than later

    Hope when intel release proper 10nm cpu for gaming it will be 8+ cores and much lower temps and tdp when under load
     
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    You must be a huge troll, really.
     
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    Intel, the game is end with your 300W hots cebureks..
     

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    Why is he a troll?

    Intel IS faster in cpubound games, and Zen 2 is faster per core in Cinebench. Different cpu's for different use :)

    I have 3900x and 9900k, and Love both ;)
     
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    Yea because like gamers .... that bunch of dumb shits that play dopamine hit games like apex legends for the loot boxes. hahaha. nizzen nobody gives a crap about if the game is cpubound or whatever ok they just buy the damn game and play the fucker.ya know two-faced prick , when intel was top dog it was ok for them to brag about cinebench scores, but now that amd is in the lead just by a little all you disregard the results by cinebench and say crap like the above. It's called double standards mate.My advice to you is to keep lobing that asshole up because if intel does beat zen 3 they are going to continue frack ppl with prices.
     
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    The only thing i find particularly impressive about this Intel CPU, is how intel keeps pushing their 14nm++++++ Process it does actually shows that their Arch was or is really, really solid. It also shows that they were just playing around with customers by releasing old crappy tech at really high prices. But aside from this, that 14nm Intel process is amazing honestly. even 5.3ghz on a single core is already impressive. Having 10 cores running at very nice high clocks by using a kind of an old process is also amazing. Then again, Ryzen CPUs are superior not just because of price/performance but they draw less energy they support new tech like PCIe 4.0 and they perform better clock per clock and as a CPU package, there is only a single diff which is gaming but also then AMD is really really close if not equal when playing anything above 1440p, and anyone who owns a 2080ti + a 3900x or 9900k paired with a 1080p monitor is out reality.
     
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    Another reason to stay away from the blue side for a while.....
     
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    Yikes. Toxicity on hardware websites is in an all time high.
     
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    Get a life people. Find some meaning now.

    Regardless how much you cry, you will never make so much money as CEOs of Intel, Nvidia and AMD, not even their group directors or anyone with a potition of critical responsibility.
     
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    1) it's about time Intel, aka this is the cpu they should've released last year.
    2) at the expected price tag, the only "gamers" who acquire this cpu are on esports (where the sponsor buys the product) or are fanboys - even if they won't say so themselves. the fractional difference between this cpu and a $300 ryzen can and will be made up for by getting a better gpu...like $200 or what the the price differential actually is.
    3) Intel is going to lose as much ground in mobile as they have in desktop as these power pigs cannot compare with the new gen ryzen mobile.
     
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    Did you burn yourself in Australia? Is that why you are so toxic? :p
    Love from Norway :)
    Looks like you need it ;)
     
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    @nizzen Supporting NvIntel causes Ragnarök.
     

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