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MS-DOS Guy

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About MS-DOS Guy

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 2004-02-09

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    MS-DOS Guy ( YT )

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Tampa, Florida USA
  • Interests
    I have around almost 7 486 custom built pc's. That's not even including my 386s and my IBM / Commodore collection. If that isn't a testament to my hobby of vintage pc's that I don't know what is. Nuff' said.
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    i5 2400 4c/4t @3.4GHZ ( Turbo )
  • Motherboard
    Dell Optiplex 980 LGA 1155 Motherboard
  • RAM
    2x4 8GB DDR3 1333mhz
  • GPU
    Zotac Mini GTX 1060 3GB
  • Case
    Rosewill FBM-X1
  • Storage
    250gb Kingston A400 SSD + 1TB 7200RPM Hitachi HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair TX650 80+ Gold 650w
  • Display(s)
    HP W2007 1920x1080 60Hz 20"
  • Cooling
    2x 80mm Purple LED Fans + Thermaltake Gravity i2 CPU Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K55 Membrane
  • Mouse
    Logitech G Pro
  • Sound
    Infinity Primus 150 Bookshelf Speakers w/ Yahama A-450 Amplifier + Takstar Pro-82 Headphones + Tin T2 Earbuds
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64-bit / Blackarch Linux

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  1. MS-DOS Guy

    Core i5 4590s Vs Xeon E3-1230V2

    And I said the performance difference is bigger. I'm getting a headache debating this. The only thing that would settle who's claim is correct is evidence. As I've said, if you can't provide it, then I don't really care. I'll let OP decide what he wants to get. A i5 4590s or an Xeon. I've already made my points, you've already made yours. If you decide to give me evidence that is genuine. I will courteously apologize. But so far, the only advancement we've made is going back in forth making claims ( I've given you userbenchmark results and cinebench but apparently those are inaccurate ).
  2. MS-DOS Guy

    Core i5 4590s Vs Xeon E3-1230V2

    I want to see proof that the i7 3770k is outperforming the i7 4770k. If it outperforms the 4770k that means it's more of a worthy investment. As I said, I want concrete evidence indicating it's more of a worthy investment.
  3. MS-DOS Guy

    Core i5 4590s Vs Xeon E3-1230V2

    CPUs aren't doing the rendering in gaming. GPUs are. I just want concrete evidence if the 4770k is more of a worthy investment as oppose to a i7 3770k. Because I can assure you, there's not.
  4. MS-DOS Guy

    Core i5 4590s Vs Xeon E3-1230V2

    If a CPU has a good cinebench score, it can determine gaming performance, yes. Cinebench tells you how fast your CPU can render a scene using all CPU threads. That goes hand-in-hand with rendering in video games.
  5. MS-DOS Guy

    Core i5 4590s Vs Xeon E3-1230V2

    Perhaps you don't use cinebench but I do. And so do a wide variety of technology related channels including Linus. Something that you and I can both agree on. Cinebench, regardless on what your position on Cinebench is, if you revel in or if you find it distasteful. It is highly accurate as depicted by plenty of reliable sources. Cinebench is the go to CPU benchmark for alot of people including Linus, Bitwit and literally every technology channel.
  6. MS-DOS Guy

    Core i5 4590s Vs Xeon E3-1230V2

    How are you sure those are unreliable? When I was looking for a good processor I was shown FPS Tests, once it arrived in the mail. The FPS tests were genuine.
  7. MS-DOS Guy

    Core i5 4590s Vs Xeon E3-1230V2

    Then what is your evidence? Oh by the way, here is some Cinebench scores from youtube. Well I've had seen them use userbenchmark on several occasions. Not recently, but it has happen.
  8. MS-DOS Guy

    Core i5 4590s Vs Xeon E3-1230V2

    notice how I said roughly. It's a $20.00 price difference. Seriously, that's like pocket money. It isn't that much of a difference. Your right, it's unreliable, it's not like Linus has used it on multiple occasions and other tech channels such as Gamer Nexus, Bitwit etc... Also, if you don't believe there different then show me some FPS tests. Elaborate, because I've done my research.
  9. MS-DOS Guy

    Core i5 4590s Vs Xeon E3-1230V2

    That maybe true, but buying a non-k i7 4770 would also be a useless purchase since they cost the same as a i7 4770k ( roughly ) and a i7 3770 also being a useless purchase since a i7 2600k is about the same performance and costs less. So both, an 4770 and a 3770 are both stupid purchases. However, a i7 4770k vs a i7 3770k ( the best of lga 1150 and 1155 ) are quite a considerable difference. Especially if you include overclocking in hand. So perhaps a 4770 over a 3770 would be a negligible gain in performance. But if you go higher up the scale, it's a different story. And it's clear, that 1150 as alot more to offer in contrast to lga 1155.
  10. MS-DOS Guy

    Core i5 4590s Vs Xeon E3-1230V2

    Really? Because LGA 1155 is Sandy Bridge. I7 3770k ( but is only 5% more faster than the 2600k ) is the most fastest LGA 1155 cpu. And the i7 3770k doesn't even compare to a Haswell i7. Saying the upgrade path is the same, is remarkably misleading.
  11. MS-DOS Guy

    Core i5 4590s Vs Xeon E3-1230V2

    What? First off, don't get a 1660TI get a 980 TI as there more powerful and cheaper. Second off, I just explained that xeon has more expensive motherboard making the i5 4590s more cost efficient. Like, alot more cost efficient.
  12. MS-DOS Guy

    Core i5 4590s Vs Xeon E3-1230V2

    The 6700k by default is more powerful than the 6600k with or without HT on. The xeon is not, it's significantly worse. Besides, it provides little to none upgrade paths which is something that is on OP's criteria of a good processor to get. LGA 1155 motherboards are also kind of expensive now ( $70^ ) unless you get a cheapo motherboard with bad VRM and other stuff. LGA 1150 are much, much cheaper.
  13. MS-DOS Guy

    Core i5 4590s Vs Xeon E3-1230V2

    Yes, but were not debating the 6600k vs the 6700k. Were seeing if an xeon with no upgrade paths and lesser demand for ( which means if he decides to resale it's going to be much harder ) vs a literally blatantly more powerful i5 4590s. https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Xeon-E3-1230-V2-vs-Intel-Core-i5-4590S/m652vsm13459
  14. MS-DOS Guy

    Core i5 4590s Vs Xeon E3-1230V2

    Those are totally different processors?
  15. I don't think it would be a very pleasant experience. Graphically wise. Since you'll be forced to actually be on all low settings for sure and most likely 720p. I'm sure there is some FPS tests on youtube which you can briefly find and watch.
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