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Do Ryzen 5800X CPU worth buying over my CPU i9-9900K

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2 minutes ago, Chiranjeet Bhattacharya said:

Do Ryzen 5800X CPU worth buying over my already owned CPU i9-9900K for both 4K gaming and Productivity like 4K editing 

Yes.  Add it to cart, on Amazon.  2 day shipping is free.

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4 minutes ago, Chiranjeet Bhattacharya said:

Do Ryzen 5800X CPU worth buying over my already owned CPU i9-9900K for both 4K gaming and Productivity like 4K editing 

If you already have a 9900K I wouldn't bother.

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2 minutes ago, Chiranjeet Bhattacharya said:

Are you confirm

Wait for benchmarks.

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2 minutes ago, Chiranjeet Bhattacharya said:

Are you confirm

Of course not, I was being sarcastic as the chip hasn't even been reviewed yet, let alone come out for sale.

 

You have to wait.

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2 minutes ago, Chiranjeet Bhattacharya said:

Are you confirm

He's joking.

 

The answer is going to be no even if we had benchmarks.  At 4K you are always going to be GPU bound.

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Just now, JoostinOnline said:

He's joking.

 

The answer is going to be no even if we had benchmarks.  At 4K you are always going to be GPU bound.

Yes but in Gaming 

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He's saying that for gaming what CPU you have doesn't really matter, since the GPU will be doing most of the work in 4K

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2 minutes ago, GoldenAce said:

He's saying that for gaming what CPU you have doesn't really matter, since the GPU will be doing most of the work in 4K

I know

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3 minutes ago, Chiranjeet Bhattacharya said:

Yes but in Gaming 

If you had an i3-9100, your frame rates would be about the same at 4K.  That's why getting a high refresh rate 4K monitor is so stupid.

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Gonna say no here. 

 

If it's only a couple percent difference, it's not worth a complete system swap imo.

 

So under 10%, not worth it. 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Chiranjeet Bhattacharya said:

I know

Based on you previous posts, you may as well go with the new Ryzen when it comes out.

 

You obviously get a worried when your tech gets a year or two old, regardless of its performance level.

 

Do you understand real world performance or do you only look at paper?

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18 minutes ago, Chiranjeet Bhattacharya said:

Do Ryzen 5800X CPU worth buying over my already owned CPU i9-9900K for both 4K gaming and Productivity like 4K editing 

 

4 minutes ago, GoldenAce said:

What CPU you have doesn't really matter, since the GPU will be doing most of the work in 4K

You have your answer then

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4 minutes ago, Dedayog said:

Based on you previous posts, you may as well go with the new Ryzen when it comes out.

 

You obviously get a worried when your tech gets a year or two old, regardless of its performance level.

 

Do you understand real world performance or do you only look at paper?

You are right I look at real world performance

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1 hour ago, JoostinOnline said:

If you had an i3-9100, your frame rates would be about the same at 4K.  That's why getting a high refresh rate 4K monitor is so stupid.

Not always, SOME games, scale CPU requirments UP when rendering assets at higher resolutions.
Not always, but can't say 4K is easy on a 4C8T beast today either.... it drops 'below expectations' a LOT.
AVG is nice, Frametime stuttered dips are still ever present, less noticeable but they exist still at 4K, just hidden better than sub4K.

 

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9 minutes ago, SkilledRebuilds said:

Not always, SOME games, scale CPU requirments UP when rendering assets at higher resolutions.
Not always, but can't say 4K is easy on a 4C8T beast today either.... it drops 'below expectations' a LOT.
AVG is nice, Frametime stuttered dips are still ever present, less noticeable but they exist still at 4K, just hidden better than sub4K.

 

Yes there are some CPU heavy games

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16 minutes ago, Chiranjeet Bhattacharya said:

Yes there are some CPU heavy games

the 5800x is the worst deal out of the 4, the 5600x is 299, 33% more cores should be 399.

 

From what i've seen the 9900k to 5800x isn't big enough of an upgrade. I'm still waiting on the 5950x benchmarks though.

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