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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinMWWebb View Post
    https://forums.tomshardware.com/thre...claim.3485110/

    And from the story itself:

    That doesn't give Intel's Xeon 8280 the lead, but shows the chips are more competitive with the correct optimizations.
    I can't help but wonder if Intel considers no security mitigations to be "correct optimizations"....and they still lose.

    Both companies want their products to look as good as possible, so the scepticism applies to them both.
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    OMG Intel uses a CPU of 15.000$ to say they are still the fastest. Nothing commented about the desktop maket, so IMO they recognize they have loose the battle in that segment.
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    Well the higher IPC is confirmed but it looks like Intel still has a big enough advantage with the "C" to stay ahead of the new Ryzen in most games.

    ...and PC2 is one of the titles where Intel has one of its biggest advantages over AMD. (at least in pancake benchmarks...still want to see VR)

    https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...w,6214-10.html

    I'm torn now. Grrrrrrr.
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    intel has the better single core performance.
    Would be interesting to compare with the right physics thread settings in rain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by satco1066 View Post
    intel has the better single core performance.
    Would be interesting to compare with the right physics thread settings in rain.
    It seems that's due to Intel's higher clock speeds though. (It used to be more efficient IPC-wise in general...clock-for-clock)

    Are you able to fully utilize your 2080ti with your 1600? I want 5 years out of this next build, so the CPU needs to simply not bottleneck my next two GPU's. (I hope something with 2080ti performance, but cheaper, is available next year, and then another GPU upgrade a couple years after that)

    If AMD's offering can max out my next two GPU's in VR, then I will probably go with AMD...but no way to be sure about the future of course.
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    originally i had a 2700x but needed that immediatly for another project. Replaced it with that 1600x as it was really cheap.
    About 2 months ago.
    Currently i drive only with AC, Solmod and some other plugins in VR. All is working on ultra.
    Now i'm waiting a bit for falling prices af Ry3000 series, as i need the real power for Photoshop and video editing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by satco1066 View Post
    originally i had a 2700x but needed that immediatly for another project. Replaced it with that 1600x as it was really cheap.
    About 2 months ago.
    Currently i drive only with AC, Solmod and some other plugins in VR. All is working on ultra.
    Now i'm waiting a bit for falling prices af Ry3000 series, as i need the real power for Photoshop and video editing.
    I think I may go with a 3700x because of the single 8-core chiplet rather than two 6-cores on the 3900x.

    If I find that sims/VR start using/needing more cores, maybe the 3950x will be cheaper by then and offer a nice drop-in update.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Asturbo View Post
    OMG Intel uses a CPU of 15.000$ to say they are still the fastest. Nothing commented about the desktop maket, so IMO they recognize they have loose the battle in that segment.
    They're just trying to grasp straws while they can until next-gen Threadripper is released.
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    All parts ordered!

    Amazon had a prime day special on Corsair's "Platinum" 280mm AIO for $105 (normally $160) and some 3600/CL16 Ballistix RAM also for $105 (normally $150). Wasn't really looking to use water cooling and the RAM is not on my MB's RAM list, but bother were great deals (and the Ballistix was the only RAM at that spec I could find in stock for under $250)

    SuperBiiz had a $15-off prime day special on the MB I wanted. (X570 MSI Carbon)

    And while I don't expect much difference from the 3700x, Newegg got the 3800X in stock today with a free game. The few benchmarks I have seen show 1%-low frame rates to be a little better than the 3700x and overclocking seems to have become more complicated with AMD effectively milking these chips "out of the box".

    My hope is that the 280mm AIO cooler will allow the 3800x to run as fast as it can without me having to mess with it.

    Now I wait.
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