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What's better then 10700K

Just bored and googling around and I doubt that it would happen, any how. 

 

I'm on I7 10700K OC to 5.1ghz on the Z490-E board. Looking to see what's worth upgrading to from a 10700K that offers more but support the chipset board that I have, any 10th and 11th gen. 

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No, on intel there is nothing on the same socket that gives you more performance, thanks to their tick-tock approach.

Nothing 11th gen will be noticably faster than 10th gen, same goes for 9-8th gen, 7-6th gen, and so on.

 

You are better off keeping your current CPU, and either getting a 13th gen with a new motherboard, or just waiting further than that.

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If you have an AVX-512 workload you can see some massive gains dropping in Rocket Lake (approx. 40% IPC increase for workloads like Prime95). PCIe 4.0 support might be a side consideration. Mobo support would have to be carefully checked. Sticking to Comet you could go to 10 cores but it is a marginal upgrade.

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1 hour ago, Empire24453 said:

Just bored and googling around and I doubt that it would happen, any how. 

 

I'm on I7 10700K OC to 5.1ghz on the Z490-E board. Looking to see what's worth upgrading to from a 10700K that offers more but support the chipset board that I have, any 10th and 11th gen. 

In some games my i9 9900k(runs about the same as an i7 1700k) can keep up with my newer CPUs but in others it is destroyed since the games use more cores or benefit from higher IPC and cache.

 

It is also what GPU you use.

My i9 9900k did about the same frames as my 5800x when both used a RTX 2080 tis but with a 3080 ti the 5800x pulled away. 

 

Looked like this with Shadow of the Tomb Raider(Highest Preset TAA).

 

With a RTX 2080 ti.

 

SOTTR        1080p      1440p        4k

i9 9900k      168fps      123fps      67fps

5800x          160fps      122fps      73fps

 

With a 3080 ti

SOTTR        1080p      14400p        4k

i9 9900k      169fps      154fps      96fps

i9 11900k    182fps      162fps      97fps

5800x          198fps      163fps      96fps

 

This game is CPU bound at 1080p so the 3080 ti can't produce any more frames with the i9 9900k. At 1440p it does better and at 4k it is all GPU.

 

The game also uses cores so this what it looks like with a 10 and 12 core CPU also with a 3080 ti.

 

SOTTR        1080p      14400p        4k

i9 10900kf    189fps      164fps      97fps

5900x           211fps      175fps      104fps

 

SOTTR is an extreme. With other games the gaps are far less. 

 

What it comes down to what you play, what resolution you play at and with what GPU. 

 

 

 

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RIG#3 CPU: Intel i9 10900kf | Motherboard: Z490 AORUS Master | RAM: Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 32GB DDR4 4000 | GPU: MSI Gaming X Trio 3090 | PSU: EVGA 1000 G+ | Case: Lian Li O11 Dynamic | Cooler: EK 360mm AIO | SSD#1: Crucial P1 1TB | SSD#2: Crucial MX500 2.5" 1TB | Monitor: LG 55" 4k C1 OLED TV

 

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