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

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  1. Geek

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    We don't want that either. We don't need another processor monopoly like the one Intel held for so long. What we need is what we have, some decent competition. It's good for product development, its' good for prices, it's good for the end users.

    Intel have already been forced to bring there prices down, by a good margin. However, they should have done this years ago. They were simply capitalizing on their monopoly. I don't know what the real 10nm story is, but I imagine they are trying to milk every possibly penny out of 14nm. Is it so they have something to sell next year?
     
  2. Venix

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    @nizzen i meant to who ever chosen the i5 7600 instead of the 1600 because the i5 was a "better" gaming cpu , and lol dude i do not think anyone expect the 9900k to stutter anytime soon. :p
     
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  3. D3M1G0D

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    If all you do is game at low resolution, then sure. For any other task, core count matters - I use every single core/thread of my CPU for distributed computing so having a high core count is very important. I also game with a GPU cap so CPU-capped gaming scenarios matter very little to me. I don't know about anyone else, but the limiting factor for gaming performance for me has always been the GPU.
     
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    LOL. Sure sure because there are so many using 9900K & 9900KS with a RTX2080Ti and 1080p monitors........
     

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    I didn't mean kill them off literally i just think AMD will be first to PCIe5 and DDR5 along with their Zen2+.

    My next chip will be AMD something like 3900X but 4900X version when it's released. I believe that's when AMD will fully overtake Intel for Gaming.

    The 4700X/4800X will beat 9900K and AMD could even increase core count for the 4600X/4700X/4800X as well but we'll have to wait and see.

    Intel won't be able to answer for a while so AMD will gain more market share. It won't kill off Intel but it might put a bigger dent in that market share.

    2020 is exciting for anyone waiting for mayor upgrade like me, i have 3 grand waiting on GTX3080 and Zen2+ but was hoping for a new socket too AM5 with new chipset 670X.

    I was gonna get 9900k and a 2080ti but my gut is telling me to hold off for a few months and see because i feel there is new stuff close to release.
     
  6. nizzen

    nizzen Maha Guru

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    1440p is the new 1080p with 2080ti and next gen gpu's ;)
     
  7. Venix

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    @Reddoguk yeah if i was at your shoes would wait for the 3xxx Nvidia cards and 4xxx amd cpus too !
     
  8. Ryu5uzaku

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    And the difference there is quite moot anyway. It's not like one would be losing much with current AMD processors.
     
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    It depends on the scenario. I some titles, I getting 20% higher min fps with 9900k oc on core and memory VS my 3900x oc on core and memory. This is with 2080ti. With next gen GPU's, the difference will be the same in 1440p and higher.

    In Battlefield V I'm getting WAY higher minimum fps with 9900k VS 3900x. Tested the same map with the same settings in 1080p (240hz) 175fps VS 230fps.

    The difference is there, but if you run stock cpu's, the difference is much smaller. I even getting higher minfps in 3440x1440 with 9900k VS 3900x in BF V.

    Both cpu's are good! Both have it's advantages ;)
     
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  10. Ryu5uzaku

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    Both have advantages. Never did say that Intel isn't tad better in gaming. Mostly due higher clocks and being the main platform for so long. But alas 175fps would be enough for me with my 144hz display even :D

    Both are good for gaming, but Intel is better especially when overclocking. But yeah for my scenario of 1440p and 144hz AMD is more then enough (even if I had 2080ti which I ofc don't lol).
     
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    Same situation here, I agree.
     

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