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Posted · Original PosterOP

No benchmark of this so far... 
I just wanna se the i7 7700k 4266 mhz vs all ryzen 5 and 7 3600 mhz 1080p 1444p and 4k ... gtx 1070 1080 and 1080ti
Could you??? Any one?

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4266MHz RAM isn't necessary. 

 

Getting ~3200MHz RAM is about the sweet spot for price and performance.


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1444p should be a neat resolution :P

 

 


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1 minute ago, ARikozuM said:

4266MHz RAM isn't necessary. 

 

Getting ~3000MHz RAM is about the sweet spot for price and performance.

linus made a video

 

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8 minutes ago, arthurdemelo123 said:

No benchmark of this so far... 
I just wanna se the i7 7700k 4266 mhz vs all ryzen 5 and 7 3600 mhz 1080p 1444p and 4k ... gtx 1070 1080 and 1080ti
Could you??? Any one?

 

It's a good thing you don't ask for much.

 

Your request requires someone to not only buy two high end platforms, but 3 different newer GPUs just to fill your request.  

 

No big deal.

 

4 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

1444p should be a neat resolution :P

 

If they were to make it, someone would buy it for that extra 4p.  xD


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2 minutes ago, done12many2 said:

If they were to make it, someone would buy it for that extra 4p.  xD

@Princess Cadence is using DSR for that slight advantage.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
48 minutes ago, ARikozuM said:

4266MHz RAM isn't necessary. 

 

Getting ~3200MHz RAM is about the sweet spot for price and performance.

You're right, it's not necessary ... but the difference between 3000 and 4000 in games is approximately 7-10 fps average not to mention the 2133 '20fps' and the minimums ...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17nqvlcYVJk
~3200MHz RAM is about the sweet spot for price and performance.? sounds good where u get this information? there is any video? tnks

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Posted · Original PosterOP
48 minutes ago, done12many2 said:

 

It's a good thing you don't ask for much.

 

Your request requires someone to not only buy two high end platforms, but 3 different newer GPUs just to fill your request.  

 

No big deal.

 

 

If they were to make it, someone would buy it for that extra 4p.  xD

Ryzen 5 and sky lake it's high end?
I'm not asking anyone to buy but someone who are already have... 
Will be great if some one make ... not required all this gpu's only 1080 ti ...
7700k 4266 and Ryzen 5 and 7 3600 mhz ... 1080ti

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1 minute ago, arthurdemelo123 said:

You're right, it's not necessary ... but the difference between 3000 and 4000 in games is approximately 7-10 fps average not to mention the 2133 '20fps' and the minimums ...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17nqvlcYVJk
~3200MHz RAM is about the sweet spot for price and performance.? sounds good where u get this information? there is any video? tnks

No video. Just compilation of various benchmarks done by other credible users (Gamers Nexus for instance) and personal builds for clients that get benched before being given to them. 

 

If your board allows faster RAM, take the faster until the price jumps too far to be beneficial. No point taking the 5000MHz RAM for #300 when the 4266 is $200 and the 3200 is $160.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 minutes ago, ARikozuM said:

No video. Just compilation of various benchmarks done by other credible users (Gamers Nexus for instance) and personal builds for clients that get benched before being given to them. 

 

If your board allows faster RAM, take the faster until the price jumps too far to be beneficial. No point taking the 5000MHz RAM for #300 when the 4266 is $200 and the 3200 is $160.

Where can I buy 5000 mhz?
But the difference between 3000 and 4000 in games is approximately 7-10 fps average
I do not know about  the 3200 ... maybe it's close to 4000 ... in games at least ... it's less than 10 fps that's for sure... ok tnks sounds right...

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