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Posted · Original PosterOP

I'm building a 2080 ti system and was planning to pair it with a 3900x, the only problem is I see people still recommending the i9 for higher clocks in gaming use cases, I want to be able to upgrade my processor to the ryzen 4000 series, but I also want the best for gaming, I do some light 4k video editing and rendering, but it's only for skateboarding and some cover videos me and my friend's make occasionally, will Intel still have higher clocks next gen? Or is epyc gonna stop sucking up all the good silicone like a penny pincher at a buffet.


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6 minutes ago, scuff gang said:

I'm building a 2080 ti system and was planning to pair it with a 3900x, the only problem is I see people still recommending the i9 for higher clocks in gaming use cases, I want to be able to upgrade my processor to the ryzen 4000 series, but I also want the best for gaming, I do some light 4k video editing and rendering, but it's only for skateboarding and some cover videos me and my friend's make occasionally, will Intel still have higher clocks next gen? Or is epyc gonna stop sucking up all the good silicone like a penny pincher at a buffet.

In my opinion the best CPU for gaming is the i9 9900k(KF).

And by far waterproof.... 

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 minutes ago, Constantin said:

In my opinion the best CPU for gaming is the i9 9900k(KF).

And by far waterproof.... 

 

Your missing my question tho, 

Is Intel claiming they will still have the clock advantage next gen

Or will ryzen also claim the clock advantage


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6 minutes ago, scuff gang said:

Your missing my question tho, 

Is Intel claiming they will still have the clock advantage next gen

Or will ryzen also claim the clock advantage

None of those future statement are for granted.

 


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You'll need a new board for Intel's next gen, so the cost difference already rules out Intel in the comparison.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
19 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

You'll need a new board for Intel's next gen, so the cost difference already rules out Intel in the comparison.

Oh that definitely rules out Intel 😂

I may be buying a $3000 system but I'm trying to make sure I get my money's worth 😂


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43 minutes ago, scuff gang said:

Oh that definitely rules out Intel 😂

I may be buying a $3000 system but I'm trying to make sure I get my money's worth 😂

if you plan to go for 4000 series Ryzen eventually, then right now, I'd only buy something like 3700x, 3800x. The fourth gen promises ~15% increase in IPC, possibly the same improvement of single-core performance. So later you can upgrade to a 4000-series cpu with the same Motherboard.

 

Whereas for Intel, I do not think 1151v2 will get another generation. I'd get a decentish X570 board with a 3700x, later upgrading to 4th gen.. 1080p Ultra. But on 1440p or 4k, the differences won't be this huge. 

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