Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Aug 16, 2019.
You wont be disappointed.
One thing is for sure, current AMD cpus are safer than current Intel cpus.
I don't think people are going to conclude what you think based of that one sentence. People are a little smarter than that. I also think it comes down to him maybe not being a native English speaker. People get bent out of shape all the time by the wording in stuff he says, but he does a pretty good job of explaining what he means if you read the accompanying detail. Technically, he's not wrong either. Those that like to tinker and are used to Intel chips might find the lack of OC headroom boring. I get what you're saying though. Weak might be the wrong word.
You don't really need to fight in defense of AMD anymore either. They've proven themselves over the last couple of years and those that don't see it aren't likely to magically jump on board because he changes the wording of a sentence. Some people are brand Zealots and like to pick apart anything negative said about their brand of preference. Don't do that. Just buy what makes sense for you.
The frack are you talking about? Win 7 not only looks better it's completely functional without issues. I have a perfectly running system, and have no issues outside of no being able to run a couple Microsoft games because they won't release them.
Public education has nothing to do with anything. In fact, I know more about computers than the vast majority of people. Win 10 can suck my fucking balls.
BETTER FASTER OH MY! Like I have about 30 processes running on my 7 machine and control everything I can about it. It doesn't get much faster. SSD is the only thing that needs to be changed.
At some point Win 10 might be the answer, but I don't need it. Why do I need it? You haven't convinced me.
I prefer win 7 aesthetics to be honest. Besides, win 10 gives me nothing but less privacy and more bullshit.
At some point yeah a switch will be in order. That time is not now.
I'm pretty sure there's a God Mode for Windows 10 that lets you do just about anything.
Hilbert, you deserve more money and revenue for the honest tech reviews and the effort for offering so fine details in your reviews.
Somehow, I just think:
This Hilbert, he doesn't sleep, he is some weird borg person so insanely dedicated to giving the last detail for the most accurate tech review.
But I digress...
We need to keep someone around the forum for sh!ts and giggles.
Been trying to tinker with my new 3700X a bit over the past few days (not that I am any good at it) and quite frankly I am getting the best overall performance simply letting the CPU do it's own thing which I actually think is wonderful. Despite that there're definitely some teething issues that AMD along with board vendors need to address. FWIW my system has been running very stable otherwise and the only real "concern" is the high idle voltage as we have no way of knowing how it affects the CPU longevity (I for one tend to keep my build for many years) and to a lesser extend CPU not quite boosting to the advertised speeds (though it seems like 3800X owners are not having that issue).
What's your DRAM voltage? Also, is geardownmode on or off?
4x3200c14 g.skill ripjaws
Yes, there are obvious mechanisms you can use to clean your PC of all the bullshit, or what they don't hide from you I guess. There are apps to do a lot more than god mode as well.
But I never really liked Win 10 from much of a gaming standpoint. I never needed it. The gains are nearly nothing. And I like Aero and the Win 7 aesthetic. You can match it in ways on Win 10, but again that isn't the argument. Win 10 doesn't do much for me other than enable the newest CPUs without issues.
When I need a new CPU I will consider it obviously. But there are ways you can use even at least the older Ryzen chips to work with it. I would have to look into it more, but I don't need the cutting edge of CPUs honestly. You can keep Win 7 and still use Ryzen, I would like to know if it is not possible with the newest chips.
clutching at straws at buddy , I’ve got a perfectly functional push bike with two flat tires at home too.”functional” lol. Anyways I did try win7 on my 9900k and damn it took so look to update even from a fresh downloaded iso from ms “, secondly the schedulers is bad if you have anything above a 4 core system.Mate if you are as savvy are you think you are , you would use something like directory opus for file management, shut 10 for telemetry crap and classic start for the start menu and bam! A modern operating system. Again up to you. Don’t much care about flat earther mind set. Post from phone
Updating a freshly installed windows 7 using the original iso is probably the most painful thing you can do with a computer these days. Last time i installed windows 7 it took like 4-6 hours updating it on a ssd using a 15MB/s internet connection. I just can't imagine how painful it must but on a standard hdd.
nar mate I used a nvme 960evo was so bad.
Man you had to write a lot to "justify" the careless wording. Maybe... just not be careless in the first place? And if nobody points it out, this will continue, right?
This idea that Ryzen is "a poor overclocker" is insidious and appears in many reviews and forums. I follow a lot of them. Folks with the stature of HH shouldn't be throwing the phrase around - unless he really thinks there's a significant negative and wants folks to know it. That's his privilege. But being careless isn't.
Is it really that big a deal to begin with? I don't think HH thought his wording came off that way. You got pretty upset by it for some reason. Just enjoy your CPU without joining their marketing team. Never really understood why people get behind a certain brand so hard. AMD exists to take your money, just like Intel. You don't have to crusade for them and fight for justice on their behalf.
Edit: Had to check your comment history to confirm. I realize now there's nothing I could say to make you see any other viewpoint and will just leave you be. Almost every other comment from you is a hard core crusade for AMD against the evil Intel. Zealot found. Tootles...
You finally got it. And thanks in advance for keeping your pablum out of my posts in the future.
I think the idle voltages are Bios issues, i'm on the AB Bios, and see quite high idle voltages too.
My 3800X Boosts to within 15-25MHz of Max boost, currently.
I'll have to check again to see if the Chipset drivers are up to date.
The ABB Bios seems to resolve a lot of the issues afaik.
Hello guys and gals, I made a few more tests and benchmarks with my 9900k and the results are :
- at the same clock speed (chose 4.20Ghz) a 9900k runs actually cooler than an AMD and uses less watts (cpu only email@example.com) but.....
- because they easily OC to 5.0 all cores if I run cinebench I get (very slightly) better scores than in most website benchmarks (cineR20 5150-506 5.0@allcores), now remember that ryzen 3000 basically auto-oc themselves so saying "compare stock vs stock" sorry but it doesn't work anymore, amd has almost no OC margin just like nvidia gpus,but intel doesn't do that so overclocking is absolutely fair as they still sell you a product with a margin for "better" (I'm talking about changing 2-3 settings in bios in a 2 min tweak)
(off-topic but the car world is following that trend too, rather than sell you cars with over-built engine blocks that could handle much more horsepower, now they go toward selling you maxed engines who can't take much more without heavy changes, which is logical really their goal is to get the most money out of as little material they can)
so why am I posting this here ? read below
Cinebench R20 multi-threading : my result with firstname.lastname@example.orgGhz = 4215
Cinebench R20 multi-threading : Hilbert 3800x (stock I assume) review = 4965
Cinebench R20 multi-threading : my result with email@example.comGhz = 5150
In the end, Ryzen 3000 brings you Mhz for Mhz more performance using 20% less Watts (3800x vs my 9900k) and with lower temperatures (-10°C than my 9900k but i've got better cooling than an amd wraith so ryzen would run even colder with my setup)
"AMD : same performance for cheaper, less Watts and lower temperatures" sounds better than "buy that 4.6Ghz CPU..oh wait it only does 4.2 or maybe even 4.0 if you are unlucky" fiasco https://wccftech.com/amd-ryzen-3000-pre-binned-cpus-ryzen-9-3900x-ryzen-7-3700x-3800x-stats/
they need to seriously revise their marketing as myself and I think many others quickly pulled the e-brake when Ryzen 3000 clock speeds started appearing.
Something is not right if I have to make my own comparisons to understand in what Ryzen is better.
I was going to buy a 3900x (i need more of cpu lanes for thunderbolt 3 etc...) but since they still aren't available I guess I'll wait for the 3950x now
p.s. I would buy a 3800x rather than a 3700x personnally, we know now, check my link above that you are paying for a better binned 8-core cpu basically, is 70$ too much really ? compared to several ssds, nvme, gpu etc ?