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I've got an i7-9800X! Who wants benchmarks?

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I'm setting up my i7-9800X up on a x299 Gaming 7 Pro testbench. I may as well get you all some stock numbers while it's up. 

 

Comment what free benchmark software you want me to run, and I'll post back with the scores. 

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Adobe stuff. Made my dad a PC with a 7800x, wanna see how it compares.

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12 minutes ago, shotsfired said:

i7-9800X

why?

 

skylake X really doesnt make much sence...........

 

edit: otherwise its a nice CPU, dont get me wrong

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 Would be nice to see how the i7 9800X stacks up with the i9 9900K.

 

Personally speaking I'm not a fan of the chip as it's on a dead spot per se... the i9 9900K offer better performance at better pricing and if you need pci-e and quad channel memory only the TR 1920X gives that for much cheaper.

 

If you need both worlds the 10c/20t variants at least makes up for the loss of Ring Bus for Mesh.

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2 hours ago, barondeau said:

CIneBench

Gonna overclock, because it's not even passing 36c on my water loop...

 

2 hours ago, fasauceome said:

Adobe stuff. Made my dad a PC with a 7800x, wanna see how it compares.

Would I need to purchase the Adobe suite to run this?

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9 minutes ago, shotsfired said:

Would I need to purchase the Adobe suite to run this?

cant you test running prime 95 with avx 512 for 4 years to see how hard to toothpaste gets? 

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9 minutes ago, shotsfired said:

I don't remember asking for critique. I asked for benchmark suggestions. Believe it or not, not everyone wants to buy the same tech that you do

Ik that people dont want to buy the tech i want. Im just kinda curious to why, there are reasons to buy it, im just listening for more of them. Im still standing by what i said though.

 

Take it through blender.

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On 12/9/2018 at 6:19 PM, GoldenLag said:

Ik that people dont want to buy the tech i want. Im just kinda curious to why, there are reasons to buy it, im just listening for more of them. Im still standing by what i said though.

 

Take it through blender.

Blender, can do. 

 

 

On 12/9/2018 at 5:18 PM, barondeau said:

CIneBench

2065 on CPU, but it still only hit 65c on average. Sloppy, quick overclock too. Getting up to 4.7 on all cores. 

 

On 12/9/2018 at 6:19 PM, GoldenLag said:

Take it through blender.

67c on the package, 4.7 all core turbo, completed in 3:52.14

 

On 12/9/2018 at 5:26 PM, Princess Cadence said:

 Would be nice to see how the i7 9800X stacks up with the i9 9900K.

 

Personally speaking I'm not a fan of the chip as it's on a dead spot per se... the i9 9900K offer better performance at better pricing and if you need pci-e and quad channel memory only the TR 1920X gives that for much cheaper.

 

If you need both worlds the 10c/20t variants at least makes up for the loss of Ring Bus for Mesh.

I wanted TR, but the single core performance is not good enough for me. In fact, this 9800X appears to be keeping paces with my 7700k on single core, with some overclocking... 

 

What benchmark would you like to see?

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33 minutes ago, Jumper118 said:

cant you test running prime 95 with avx 512 for 4 years to see how hard to toothpaste gets? 

You do know the i7 9800X is soldered right?

 

That's like the only difference from the i7 7820X pretty much.

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8 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

You do know the i7 9800X is soldered right?

 

That's like the only difference from the i7 7820X pretty much.

I can tell, this thing is easier to cool than my 7700k was. 

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3 hours ago, shotsfired said:

Would I need to purchase the Adobe suite to run this?

Not with Adobe's one week free trial!

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4 hours ago, GoldenLag said:

why?

 

skylake X really doesnt make much sence...........

 

edit: otherwise its a nice CPU, dont get me wrong

 

it's not about making sense, it's about sending a message son

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9 hours ago, Princess Cadence said:

You do know the i7 9800X is soldered right?

 

That's like the only difference from the i7 7820X pretty much.

o yeah. i forgot :P 

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On 12/9/2018 at 8:05 PM, Billy Pilgrim said:

Not with Adobe's one week free trial!

Oh? Didn't know that was a thing. Maybe I'll get you those numbers. 

On 12/9/2018 at 8:20 PM, aezakmi said:

 

it's not about making sense, it's about sending a message son

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Well, the purchase made sense to me. But sure, both work. 

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On 12/9/2018 at 5:25 PM, GoldenLag said:

why?

 

skylake X really doesnt make much sence...........

 

edit: otherwise its a nice CPU, dont get me wrong

I’m curious how it behaves in something memory intensive since that’s where you might see something positive vs. other choices.

 

9800X has some justification in the absurd pricing of the 9900K, if you want to do a build now and you have a a crazy SLI setup planned or something sure. It’s a bit of a wash and you get some cool X299 features. I think 8700K or 9700K still a good alternative..... butttttt we don’t know what OPs build looks like.

 

If this 9800X is for a 1070Ti or something idk why and I agree makes no sense since you should focus on GPU over the CPU for the most part and a 2700 with a 1080Ti/2080 will be a better choice if one needs threads and some clock frequency.

 

Good critical thinking drives better choices. Reciting things or just saying nah waste of money just annoys people and I hope I’ve given the former here.

 

Honestly I wish I went Ryzen instead of my 7700K now in hindsight but I also had a little less faith AMD would deliver a real IPC freq. competitor for Zen 2 which I now do believe now. 

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3 minutes ago, Swes said:

9800X has some justification in the absurd pricing of the 9900K, if you want to do a build now and you have a a crazy SLI setup planned or something sure

the only true issue i have with the Skylake X series is the fact they are HEDT, in a market where the 9900k is honestly better than the 7980XE. The only thing Skylake X gains is IO and cores, and even then. the features it misses from Xeon just doesnt make it great for the tasks it aims to complete. The Threadripper shreads the market that the Skylake X aims for as it is a true HEDT CPU lineup with all the features you expect, one major gripe i have with the x399 plattform is the pretty pittyfull ECC memmory support and low AVX performance. 

 

also SLI honestyl doesnt need more than 8 lanes per GPU

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16 hours ago, shotsfired said:

Oh? Didn't know that was a thing. Maybe I'll get you those numbers. 

Well, the purchase made sense to me. But sure, both work. 

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On 12/12/2018 at 1:48 PM, Swes said:

I’m curious how it behaves in something memory intensive since that’s where you might see something positive vs. other choices.

 

9800X has some justification in the absurd pricing of the 9900K, if you want to do a build now and you have a a crazy SLI setup planned or something sure. It’s a bit of a wash and you get some cool X299 features. I think 8700K or 9700K still a good alternative..... butttttt we don’t know what OPs build looks like.

 

If this 9800X is for a 1070Ti or something idk why and I agree makes no sense since you should focus on GPU over the CPU for the most part and a 2700 with a 1080Ti/2080 will be a better choice if one needs threads and some clock frequency.

 

Good critical thinking drives better choices. Reciting things or just saying nah waste of money just annoys people and I hope I’ve given the former here.

 

Honestly I wish I went Ryzen instead of my 7700K now in hindsight but I also had a little less faith AMD would deliver a real IPC freq. competitor for Zen 2 which I now do believe now. 

Constructive comments are very welcome. Debate is reasonable. 

 

I chose the 9800X because I wanted a rig that could handle x2 M.2 drives, a full water block, quad channel memory (because it looks amazing, that's all), and it needed to be able to handle x2 1080 TIs in SLI. I also love overclocking, need something with fast enough cores to game supremely while also having enough cores to handle my rendering and production. And, well, I enjoy being overkill. 

 

Threadripper's 1900x almost got my purchase, but the single core performance is not good enough. Same for Ryzen. I almost got a 7th gen X processor, but the 9th gen came out a week before I was ready to buy. Didn't go with a 9900k because I wanted a quad channel memory setup, and I don't want my cards running on 8x/4x because of my M.2 drives. So I bought the 9800X. 

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On 12/12/2018 at 1:56 PM, GoldenLag said:

the only true issue i have with the Skylake X series is the fact they are HEDT, in a market where the 9900k is honestly better than the 7980XE. The only thing Skylake X gains is IO and cores, and even then. the features it misses from Xeon just doesnt make it great for the tasks it aims to complete. The Threadripper shreads the market that the Skylake X aims for as it is a true HEDT CPU lineup with all the features you expect, one major gripe i have with the x399 plattform is the pretty pittyfull ECC memmory support and low AVX performance. 

 

also SLI honestyl doesnt need more than 8 lanes per GPU

You're not totally correct here. The single threaded performance of Skylake-X still wins against the x399 lineup. Cores per dollar? x399 all the way. But the x299 platform won my money, because of the single threaded performance that's desired for my computing tasks. Not everyone in the "HighEnd DeskTop" market wants just manycores with no serious single threaded performance. 

 

1080 TIs are not bottlenecked by 8x. However, RTX 2080 TIs are. That, and I'd rather not have to compromise anything, even PCI-E lanes, if I'm spending this much. Honestly, Intel deserves a punch in the nuts for having a total of 16 lanes in the 9900x. It's the dumbest thing I've seen. 

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Crank her up to 5GHz and let's see how she stacks up...

 

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34 minutes ago, TahoeDust said:

Crank her up to 5GHz and let's see how she stacks up...

 

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Challenge accepted. But that picture is super blurry. Can you attach a better one??

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15 hours ago, shotsfired said:

Challenge accepted. But that picture is super blurry. Can you attach a better one??

If that picture is blurry, you are doing something wrong.  Did you click on it?  BTW, that voltage in CPUz is reporting incorrectly.

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