Intel Core i9-10900 10-core Processor Poses for Camera

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  1. Venix

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    is really surprising how much people hang on this 4~6% averaging all games on 1080p with a 2080 ti .... also the same thing said people that grabbed the 7600 instead of the ryzen .... now they enjoy a glorious stutter fest on a lot of new games !
     
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    They don't even state (unless i missed it) what the quality settings of the games they play at, and you're worried about playing games at 1080p with an RTX 2080? There's your problem, not what CPU you use.

    Plus, they have a relative difference here:

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    So you're just cherry picking results to suit your needs, since the relative performance, aka the average between games, doesn't really matter unless you care about literally a few FPS. Good for you.

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    "Hey guys lets go find one game that really has an issue and lets make it appear that there's an issue everywhere!" - Smart.
     
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    Tell me what game "glorious stutter fest" and I'll compare 9900k vs 3900x :) Or did you mean 7600?

    Some said 3900x is faster than 9900k in games. Why can't I get 200+ fps all the time in Battlefield v with 3900x in 1080p (240hz), when my 9900k can? Using 2080ti on both systems.

    PS: I'm using 3900x and 9900k for different tasks ;)
     

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    Yeah sure, its site fault, configuration of the game fault, game fault, and nobody uses a 144hz monitor

    I need play a specific game put a 4k resolution and target 60hz just because amd guys want says amd wins, amazing kkkkkk
     
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    According to TechPower and their article on tuning the ThreadRipper 3960x system, 221 FPS (187 min.) is achievable at ultra settings 1080p. This is up from the 170 FPS at stock settings.

    Obviously, you have to be a real overclocker - as opposed to a tinkerer, in order to realise this.

    As far as gaming is concerned, it seems there may be a better option than the 9900K(KS) - if you have the money.
     
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  7. IchimA

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    @vbetts right now we need programs to take advantage of so many threds....
    but I am afraid it will be more years till then !
     
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  8. nizzen

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    Did they test BF V multiplayer?

    edit: LOL, they used 0.5 resolution scaling! Half 1080p :D
    Singleplayer, and still under 200 min fps :p
    Looks like we have to wait for next generation...

    Try again....

    edit 2: I tried now just for fun with my workstation. 7980xe + 2080ti. Getting over 250-320fps as infantery with 50% res scaling LOL. Average in plane was 320fps :p

    Knowing is better than thinking ;)
     
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    All I heard is, there are numerous better options to the 9900K - if you have the money ;)

    I think a lot, and know a lot - but I never assume I know everything...

    Edit. Your 7980xe + 2080ti is doing well then. I've just found one site that had the 3960x and 7980xe in BF V (High) at 1080p on a 2080Ti, both doing 175 FPS.
     
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    If you play 24/7 Cinebench, there is clearly many better options to the 9900k :)

    I'm using threadripper as my main server. F@H when "idle"
     

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    Who are these people with RTX 2080+ and 9900Ks but play on a 1080P monitor? And then use HALF 1080P (960x540) which is literally lower than 1024x768 that I was using in 1998? "eSpOrTs gAmErs!!!"

    Intel is not better for gaming. That is a meme. Might as well compare Quake 3 at 640x480.
     
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    ive got 2c4t, 1 4c4t, 2 6c6t, 2c/4t is ok for light stuff, 4c is enough, 6c is really overkill but with enough overhead for whatever tomorrow brings, i dont need and cant justify the price of 8c8t.
     
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    So what are YOU talking about? Do you know what we are talking about, or are you one of the russian facebook trolls?

    Gotta love all raging people that just puking out words, without knowing what's going on...

    PS: who are those people playing with high end cpu and gpu, but playing in 60hz v-sync? ;)
    ...or the people playing cinebench 24/7 :D
     
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    I used to think so with my 3930k as well. When I bought it in April 2012 I felt really stupid because a mate's 4770k had the same performance for a far cheaper price.

    Meanwhile, I can still game comfortably on it ( not top performance obviously ) and he went trough 2-3 systems by now.
    6c/12t, 12MB L3 and quad channel helps a bunch in future proofing. So no, I'll not go 3600x / 10600, but I'll splunge on the lower types of HEDT cpu's and hope it can run for 8years as well.
    Looking at 8-10c, min 20MB L3, quad channel DDR5 in a year :). Expensive, but less so than buyung a new Motherboard and CPU every 2-3 years.

    On the other hand, I have a Win98 and WinXP system for some light retro gaming as well. Sooooo :D
     
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    I don't do stock cpu or memory ;)
    You can gain litterally huge gains of overclocking x299 with both cpu and memory. Memory latency is the main key for gaming with x299. Stock is "80ns" and overclocked is "50ns".
     

  16. Tiny_Clanger

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    I dont do gaming or video rendering.
     
  17. nizzen

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    Posting with the phone on facebook and forums only? :p
     
  18. Tiny_Clanger

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    bugger off :p
     
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    Ah, okay. My PC is mainly for gaming so i guess PCIe is no that important for me, at least for now. But for those who need it´s (very) bad that Intel is still lagging behind AMD when it comes to the adoption of PCIe4. Many will just skip Intel because of this.
     
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    We are all waiting for next gen ;)
     

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