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3700x vs 5600x at 1440p gaming

I know the 5600x will be faster for gaming at 1080p but what about 1440p, will there be that much of a difference? I just bought the 3700x for $300 but idk if I should return & wait for 5600x's release. Any suggestions?

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not like the 3700X is bad at gaming, it is still reasonable to pair with high end graphics cards and for high refresh rate gaming in most modern titles.

 

that said, if you don't have a use for 8 cores, the 5600X is a better product.

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Increasing resolution doesn't typically introduce more work for the CPU, at the contrary. When increasing resolution because framerates generally go down due to the GPU being tasked with more work pushing more pixels to monitor the CPU load goes down.

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The 3700X would be sufficient for 1440P gaming as long you are not going for extreme FPS 

A 3700X would still do good when paired with a 3070 or 3080

 

A 5600X would be better for gaming but not by much(only speculation at this point) (would wait for the official release and benchmarks)

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17 minutes ago, bigmac999 said:

 

A 5600X would be better for gaming but not by much(only speculation at this point) (would wait for the official release and benchmarks)

leaked benchmarks have it beating a 10900k in silgle thread.

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30 minutes ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

leaked benchmarks have it beating a 10900k in silgle thread.

If all else tallies up this could mean another 5-10 fps from a 10900k to a 5600x in 1440p with a RTX 3080 which is already 5-10 fps up from a 3700X (1440p)

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Just now, bigmac999 said:

If all else tallies up this could mean another 5-10 fps from a 10900k to a 5600x in 1440p with a RTX 3080 which is already 5-10 fps up from a 3700X

so stil 10-20 more, which is way sprth is for the same price, though I thought 10900k was more likw 20-30 better that 3700x.

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3 minutes ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

so stil 10-20 more, which is way sprth is for the same price, though I thought 10900k was more likw 20-30 better that 3700x.

It is on 1080p

but on 1440p its not as significant

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if you are planning on using the included cooler, keep in my that the 5600X comes with the Wraith Stealth rather to the Wraith Prism in the 3700X. So the 3700X should be a bit more quiet 'right out of the box'.

 

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