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Old 06-25-2019, 06:04 PM   #1
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AMD Ryzen 3000 destroying Intel this generation ... begun the CPU wars have

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The Ryzen 7 3800X delivers a multi-core score of over 34 thousand points and a single core score of over 54 hundred points in Geekbench 4. The CPU was paired with a prototype X470 chipset motherboard and entry level 16GB DDR4 memory with modest speeds. Despite being hamstrung by lackluster memory, the 3800X put on an impressive showing.

To put these figures into context, Intelís similarly priced core i7 9700K scores ~28400 points and the flagship i9 9900K delivers no more than ~31500 points in the same test. But thanks to very aggressive boost clocks, the Intel chips manage to claw back some ground and maintain roughly a 10% advantage in single threaded performance in the same test against AMDís newcomer.



At $399 the Ryzen 7 3800X is set to compete against Intelís core i7 9700K which currently sells for just over $400 at most major e-tailers. Although according to recent news, Intel is in fact preparing sweeping price cuts of up to 15% across its 9000 series lineup, including the i9 9900k, i7 9700K and i5 9600K. It will be very interesting to see if these new prices cuts are going to be enough to sway some potential Ryzen 3000 series buyers to reconsider Intel. In the meantime, stay tuned for more juicy leaks in the coming days.

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AMD Ryzen 5 3600 Review Published Online, Single-Core Performance On Par With Intelís Flagship Core i9-9900K CPU

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While the AMD Ryzen 5 3600 doesnít go on sale till the 7th of July, the Spanish media outlet has let out the performance figures in both general CPU tests and gaming titles. The AMD Ryzen 5 3600 is the most affordable option in the entire 3rd Generation Ryzen lineup but features some really nice specifications.

The processor was tested on an X470 AORUS Gaming 7 WiFi motherboard with G.Skill FlareX DDR4 memory (16GB @ 3200 MHz) and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition graphics card. It also featured the reference heatsink for cooling which delivered temperatures of 40C in idle & 75C in load tests. The power consumption is stated to settle around 125W in idle and 360W at load for the entire PC. The difference between the Ryzen 5 2600 and the Ryzen 5 3600 was around 55W. At the same time, the difference between the Ryzen 7 2700X and Ryzen 5 3600 was around 65W.





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Can't wait for official reviews! Anxious to see overclocking results. Got my eye on either a 3600 or 3700x
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If accurate, I'll be glad that AMD would be tugging on Intel's cape hard.
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If accurate the 3900X is where im leaning
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Iím building a PC and going to go Ryzen. I already have a case (Corsair 740), ram (32GB G Skill 3200) and GPU (RTX 2080 Ti). For CPU, Iím leaning toward a 3900x, but if thereís no real gain in benchmarks, Iíll probably save $100 and get a 3800x.
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Iím building a PC and going to go Ryzen. I already have a case (Corsair 740), ram (32GB G Skill 3200) and GPU (RTX 2080 Ti). For CPU, Iím leaning toward a 3900x, but if thereís no real gain in benchmarks, Iíll probably save $100 and get a 3800x.
Why spend 1500 on a RTX2080Ti, and if i go amd it will be 3900X for the 70mb L3 cache but I am waiting on the final benchmarks
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