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CPU-i9 7900x ,will it bottleneck with RTX 3090

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello Guys,

 

I hope you all r doing well !!

 

Please stay safe and healthy !!

 

{ YOUR OPINION IS HIGHLY  VALUABLE FOR ME } 

 

 

I know many of you guys have depth knowledge regarding PC stuffs and all. So I thought to share diz post wid all of you.( in order to get your opinion ) 

As you May know that these days people are insanely hyped about RTX 3000 series , so you can expect from me also😉.

 

 

But the only thing I’m worried about is my cpu-i9 7900x.

Will it bottleneck with Rtx 3090 or 3080?

 

{Please feel free  to share your opinion }

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3 minutes ago, Ayush008 said:

Hello Guys,

 

I hope you all doing well !!

 

Please stay safe and healthy !!

 

{ YOUR OPINION IS HIGHLY  VALUABLE FOR ME } 

 

 

I know many of you guys have depth knowledge regarding PC stuffs and all. As you May know that these days people are insanely hyped about RTX 3000 series , so you can expect from me also😉.

 

 

But the only thing I’m worried about is my cpu-i9 7900x.

Will it bottleneck it with Rtx 3090 or 3080?

 

{Please feel feel to share your opinion }

Not if you OC it well. Lets say 4.6Ghz or 4.7Ghz and you'll be fine.


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12 minutes ago, Ayush008 said:

Will it bottleneck it with Rtx 3090 or 3080?

depending on if you are after; very high fps, as @TheNaitsyrk said, with a bit of overclocking you should be fine.

if you are playing on 4k with high details or stuff like the new microsoft flight sim it's all good ;)


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33 minutes ago, Ayush008 said:

Hello Guys,

 

I hope you all doing well !!

 

Please stay safe and healthy !!

 

{ YOUR OPINION IS HIGHLY  VALUABLE FOR ME } 

 

 

I know many of you guys have depth knowledge regarding PC stuffs and all. As you May know that these days people are insanely hyped about RTX 3000 series , so you can expect from me also😉.

 

 

But the only thing I’m worried about is my cpu-i9 7900x.

Will it bottleneck it with Rtx 3090 or 3080?

 

{Please feel feel to share your opinion }

oc it. it will bottlnekc on flight sim even on 4k. (flight sim is very cpu heavy)

 

at 1080p (aka full hd) it could bottlenekc a bit. at 1440p or 4k it wont. 


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44 minutes ago, Ayush008 said:

Hello Guys,

Wait for the 3090 to actually come out and check how it performs and how the 7900x holds up with one. 

But the 7900x, especially with an overclock should still be decent when it comes to gaming, and especially at higher resolutions it shouldn't be bad, but again wait and check. 


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I think there'll be a large part of "it depends on the game" with it. I'm using a 7920X with 2070 currently. Only one title, but the one I use the most, in FFXIV I had problems with occasional drops in fps running CPU stock. 1440p resolution. To cut a story short, I found disabling HT got rid of the drops, and further disabling 4 cores increased the average fps further. This title it seems cares more about having fast cores than more cores. By reducing the core count further, it boosted from 3.8 to 4.0 GHz. Of course, a manual overclock would have also done it.

 

Modern titles coded with more threads in mind probably wouldn't suffer from this.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello Guys,

 

I hope you all r doing well !!

 

Please stay safe and healthy !!

 

{ YOUR OPINION IS HIGHLY  VALUABLE FOR ME } 

 

 

I know many of you guys have depth knowledge regarding PC stuffs and all. So I  thought to share diz post with all of you (in order to get your opinion).

As you May know that these days people are insanely hyped about RTX 3000 series , so you can expect from me also😉.

 

 

But the only thing I’m worried about is my cpu-i9 7900x.

Will it bottleneck with Rtx 3090 or 3080?

 

{Please  feel to share your opinion }

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Yes and no, for what you’ll want to do with it, you’ll see very little to no performance loss.

 

This is assuming your an average level consumer and not a work/power user in any sense.


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Since there's no usage case or any other information , no it won't bottleneck the card just sitting on the desktop doing nothing

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Probably not unless a CPU heavy game (i think it was CPU )


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1 hour ago, TheNaitsyrk said:

Not if you OC it well. Lets say 4.6Ghz or 4.7Ghz and you'll be fine.

Thnx @TheNaitsyrk

 

For your opinion I appreciate it , incase if I want to purchase i9-10900k , can my motherboard MSI X299 raider will support it ??

 

Your early response will be highly appreciated!!

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, TheNaitsyrk said:

Not if you OC it well. Lets say 4.6Ghz or 4.7Ghz and you'll be fine.

Are you building this PC ??

If  yes then I’m talking 2 ultra rich guy !!

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1 hour ago, HotdropHeinz said:

depending on if you are after; very high fps, as @TheNaitsyrk said, with a bit of overclocking you should be fine.

if you are playing on 4k with high details or stuff like the new microsoft flight sim it's all good ;)

Thnx @HotdropHeinz,
 

For sharing your opinion with us.

 

I agree with both of your point of view.

 

incase if I want to purchase i9-10900k , can my motherboard MSI X299 raider will support it ??

 

Your early response will be highly appreciated!!

 

 

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1 hour ago, SavageNeo said:

oc it. it will bottlnekc on flight sim even on 4k. (flight sim is very cpu heavy)

 

at 1080p (aka full hd) it could bottlenekc a bit. at 1440p or 4k it wont. 

Thnx @SavageNeo,

 

For sharing your opinion with us.

 

I agree with ur point!!👍👍👍

 

thnx for your co-operation !!

 

incase if I want to purchase i9-10900k , can my motherboard MSI X299 raider will support it ??

 

Your early response will be highly appreciated!!

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1 hour ago, TofuHaroto said:

Wait for the 3090 to actually come out and check how it performs and how the 7900x holds up with one. 

But the 7900x, especially with an overclock should still be decent when it comes to gaming, and especially at higher resolutions it shouldn't be bad, but again wait and check. 

Thnx @TofuHaroto,

 

For sharing your opinion with us.!!

 

I don’t want  to over lock It, as it reduce the longevity !!

 

 

incase if I want to purchase i9-10900k , can my motherboard MSI X299 raider will support it ??

 

Your early response will be highly appreciated!!

 

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1 minute ago, Ayush008 said:

Thnx @TofuHaroto,

 

For sharing your opinion with us.!!

 

I don’t want  to over lock It, as it reduce the longevity !!

 

 

incase if I want to purchase i9-10900k , can my motherboard MSI X299 raider will support it ??

 

Your early response will be highly appreciated!!

 

Nope. 10900K is Z490. X299 can run 10980XE which I'm running.


Main PC:

CPU: Octodeca Core 10980XE @ 5.0Ghz 1.305V

OR

Octodeca Core 10980XE @ 4.9Ghz 1.23V

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/44422924

Motherboard: EVGA X299 Dark. 

RAM: Patriot Viper 4x8GB DDR4 4400Mhz C19 Kit (4000Mhz OC CL15 T1) or (3800Mhz CL12 with an overvolt)

GPU: RTX 3090 (Pending)

Case: My own case fabricated out of aluminium.

Storage: 4x Samsung EVO 970 1TB NVMe 2x 2TB RAID 0, (6650MB/S Read / 6650MB/S Write), 1x External 2TB Seagate Barracuda (Backup).

WiFi: AX200 WiFi 6 card module.

PSU: Corsair AX1600i with custom black and red cables.

Display: Samsung Oddysey G9 240Hz Ver. 5120x1440 with G-Sync and Freesync Premium Pro.

Cooling: Two Custom Loops:

1st Loop: 4x 480mm XE CoolStream radiators with Revo D5 pump for CPU only cooling.

2nd Loop: 4x 480mm XE CoolStream radiators with Revo D5 pump for GPU only cooling.

Total: 2x pumps and 8x radiators.

Keyboard: Corsair K70 LUX RGB.

Sound: Logitech Z680 5.1 THX Certified 505W Speakers.

Mouse: Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum.

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8 minutes ago, Ayush008 said:

incase if I want to purchase i9-10900k , can my motherboard MSI X299 raider will support it ??

no that board will not support the 10900k. you need for example a z490 board for that cpu.

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/199332/intel-core-i9-10900k-processor-20m-cache-up-to-5-30-ghz.html


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1 hour ago, Ayush008 said:

as it reduce the longevity !!

No it doesn't? assuming you keep voltages at a reasonable level it'll be fine. 

1 hour ago, Ayush008 said:

can my motherboard MSI X299 raider will support it ??

No. as i said, the 7900x especially with an overclock and especially at higher resolutions  should be fine in gaming, though wait for the 3090 to actually come out and check. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, Kanna said:

Probably not unless a CPU heavy game (i think it was CPU )

Thnx @Kanna

 

For sharing your opinion , I agree with your point !! 

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1 hour ago, Ayush008 said:

, incase if I purchase i9 10900k, can   my  motherboard handle it (MSI X299 RAIDER). ?

No. You. Can't. 

Heck you physically can't, it's completely different sockets. 


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14 minutes ago, Ayush008 said:

incase if I purchase i9 10900k, can   my  motherboard handle it (MSI X299 RAIDER). ?

 

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6 hours ago, porina said:

I think there'll be a large part of "it depends on the game" with it. I'm using a 7920X with 2070 currently. Only one title, but the one I use the most, in FFXIV I had problems with occasional drops in fps running CPU stock. 1440p resolution. To cut a story short, I found disabling HT got rid of the drops, and further disabling 4 cores increased the average fps further. This title it seems cares more about having fast cores than more cores. By reducing the core count further, it boosted from 3.8 to 4.0 GHz. Of course, a manual overclock would have also done it.

 

Modern titles coded with more threads in mind probably wouldn't suffer from this.

This is the issue with MMOs I find 

 

I play 14 and WoW and they both ran better on a 4.8ghz i3-8350k than they do on an i5-9400


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