Review: Core i5 10600K and Core i9 10900K processors

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  1. metagamer

    metagamer Ancient Guru

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    You're clearly trying to troll. Unfortunately, you're doing it to a pretty poor standard. Go back and read my reply regarding the PCIe support on Intel. Before you come back with more of your crisp, low level trolling, I'll have you on ignore. So don't bother.
     
  2. sykozis

    sykozis Ancient Guru

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    AMD has decided to support Zen3 on B450 and Z470.

    FM2? Whaaa?

    There are a lot of people that build systems purely for production purposes. Gaming is actually a rather small market overall....

    Intel "fanboys" to into damn near every AMD related thread and do exactly what you're accusing AMD "fanboys" of doing. In fact, I'm sure I've seen you do the exact same thing you're accusing others of doing, on more than 1 occassion....

    I was actually just getting ready to start searching for i5 10400 reviews. Thanks for saving me the trouble.
     
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    I don't understand the fanboy mentality on either side. I've been buying Zen/Threadripper for the past 3 years because it has made more sense for work. If you need to do any real work in addition to gaming, AMD is probably the better bet right now. If you're building a strictly gaming PC at the moment, I would recommend Intel.

    @Hilbert Hagedoorn Thank you for the great reviews! I know this has been brought up before, but have you given more thought to including 4k benchmarks? I think they are finally becoming relevant now that 4k, high detail, and 60+fps is reasonably achievable.
     
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    the temps looking off on the 3600 @5:50, 95C is high, take with gain of salt
     

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    nizzen Maha Guru

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    Crazy that Intel 14nm ++++++++++++ winning in power consume AND fps in gaming over the epic AMD 3600 !

    7nm sux :p
     
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    lol
     
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    It's a win win for Intel! HUGE Energy.

    Snowflake AMD as always low on energy.
     
  8. user1

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    intel's BIG clock is clearly insurmountable
     
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  9. RyuzakiL

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    I didn't know the Intel shills are now out in the wild bringing pitch forks to defend Intel Cool aid like their insignificant life depends on it. Any who I'm not tied to any brand as I'm always after with multitasking in mind, to those claiming that AMD is behind at gaming - where just talking at 5-7 fps difference and the shills are treating it like the AMD is just outputting 30fps at best. My goodness, what kind of brain-cells they have.

    Any how, this 10th gen brought no improvement vs 8th gen, IPC wise aside from slapping some extra cores with double the power consumption and temps. I don't call that an improvement but hey the Intel shills have their ways to circumvent that thus, its pointless to argue with these poor and pathetic individuals (you know who they are from this thread XD).

    I have the means to purchase but I'm too smart not too fall on these cheap tricks that Intel is pulling off. Will wait and see what AMD will release as they have real tangible improvement in the works IPC, power consumption, temps etc.

    In the meantime, 8700k is serving me well despite being a space heater at stock config.
     
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  10. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    felix-09, your account has been removed. We know what your other account is as well. Don't make the mistake of doing that again.

    @metagamer, reading through this thread made me cringe so much its reduculous, you need start to discuss normally and not so damn aggressive with all the lame insults, as if this continues there's no place for you here at the forums.
     
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    Is there any ETA on Rocket Lake? According to WikiChip, it seems to be one of the same again, but who knows.
     
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    What I was trying to point out, at 1080p with framerates that are between 120-200 fps, not that it matters up there, although last gen is not really behind either.
    That Intel didn't included PCIE4 is probably the biggest let down for those who hoped being able to use the new gen of Nvme2 here and now.
     
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    Your comparing what you pay in the US with what it costs in an EU country?
    A 3700x cost $295 at Newegg.
     
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    Meant to launch sometime around late 2020 or the beginning of 2020, only ETA there is so far.
     
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    Late 2020 doesn't sound like it would make a lot of sense, seeing how these have just barely launched. So they will basically launch a bit after Zen 3.
     
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    Q1 2021. Due to corona thing it pushed back from Q4 2020.
     
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    That´s something that puzzles me, it seems Intel wants to release 2 or 3 "generations" of CPUs on a very short time period, it´s like the 1200 socket is just a stop gap measure until Intel can release the "real deal"... Very strange.
     
  18. PrMinisterGR

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    All this clears out when you realize it's basically the same generation just with different names and a few more cores (until the sockets melt), to create buzz around them, have another set of reviews tell how good their "new" "gaming" CPUs are, thus keeping them in the memespace as the relevant "gaming" CPU brand.

    The last relevant release was the 9900k, if this one didn't happen their presence would be negligible. They're just trying to keep their mindshare and have some summer sales.
     
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    They should have tested against 3600X would be fair because price is similar , here in Poland 3600X is 25$ cheaper than i5 10400.
     
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