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As per gaming,editing and streaming which processor is better I5 14500 vs R5 7600x.

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2 minutes ago, In5mice said:

As per gaming,editing and streaming which processor is better I5 14500 vs R5 7600x.

the 7600x

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7 minutes ago, In5mice said:

As per gaming,editing and streaming which processor is better I5 14500 vs R5 7600x.

Well for gaming and streaming I'd say the 14500, more cores, better multitasking. If your not streaming games and don't multitask while gaming alot, then the 7600x. Plus more cores means faster video editing. 6 cores vs 14 seems like a knockout for me, especially if you can keep the 14500 cool, this keeping the boost clock speed up. If you don't have the best cooling system tho then go the 7600x because it's base clock speed is almost 2ghz if not more higher.

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10 minutes ago, filpo said:

the 7600x

ok i considered your suggestion but pls can you tell me why 7600x over 14500

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4 minutes ago, Hellowpplz said:

Well for gaming and streaming I'd say the 14500, more cores, better multitasking. If your not streaming games and don't multitask while gaming alot, then the 7600x. Plus more cores means faster video editing. 6 cores vs 14 seems like a knockout for me, especially if you can keep the 14500 cool, this keeping the boost clock speed up. If you don't have the best cooling system tho then go the 7600x because it's base clock speed is almost 2ghz if not more higher.

 

1 minute ago, In5mice said:

ok i considered your suggestion but pls can you tell me why 7600x over 14500

And as per both of you which processor give better result when I pair it with my 6000MHz DDR5 Gskill trident Z5 Ram

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13 minutes ago, In5mice said:

ok i considered your suggestion but pls can you tell me why 7600x over 14500

7600X has faster cores, so games faster, but has less cores (both have 6 "big" cores but the 14500 also has 8 ecores) so can be worse if you stream and do other stuff simultaneously, and is really slower at productivity like video editing 

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For strictly gaming, the 7600X is going to be faster by about 12-15% on average with a high end GPU at 1080p. You can look at reviews of the i5 13500 like this one to see - because it's the same chip as the 14500, just clocked slightly lower, but not in a way that's actually going to matter for a comparison with the 7600X.

 

For productivity, the 13500/14500 is generally faster. You can also see that shown in the review. So if your workload is really mixed and not heavily leaning towards gaming, then the 13500/14500 is probably what I'd go with.

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Just now, PDifolco said:

7600X has faster cores, so games faster, but has less cores (bith have 6 "big" cores but the 14500 also has 8 ecores) so can be worse if you stream and do other stuff simultaneously, and is really slower at productivity like video editing 

Ok but for how much increment in gaming performance should i loss better editing streaming performance and also pls tell which cpu will entirely utilise my 6000MHz DDR5 Ram.

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5 minutes ago, In5mice said:

Ok but for how much increment in gaming performance should i loss better editing streaming performance and also pls tell which cpu will entirely utilise my 6000MHz DDR5 Ram.

Both will use the RAM in the same way

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3 minutes ago, TatamiMatt said:

Both will use the RAM in the same way

Moslty, maybe the 14500 can benefit a bit from faster RAM, but 6000MT is the safe max on AM5/7600X

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10 minutes ago, TatamiMatt said:

Both will use the RAM in the same way

by this i mean which one better utilise 6000MHz DDR5 ram

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9 minutes ago, PDifolco said:

Moslty, maybe the 14500 can benefit a bit from faster RAM, but 6000MT is the safe max on AM5/7600X

I checked it on intel site they said 4800MT/s is memory type of DDR5 that's why unable to understand that ram comes with MHz not MT/s

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1 minute ago, In5mice said:

I checked it on intel site they said 4800MT/s is memory type of DDR5 that's why unable to understand that ram comes with MHz not MT/s

Ok, that's the confusing part

CPU have some "stock" max speed ratings by manufacturers, that don't account for XMP that allows to get higher, and up to 8000 for some Intel chips

Then there's the MHz vs MT, in short it's the same thing 😛

 

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23 minutes ago, In5mice said:

I checked it on intel site they said 4800MT/s is memory type of DDR5 that's why unable to understand that ram comes with MHz not MT/s

For a long long time before now manufacturers and retaliers uses MHz to market ram speed to users, it is technically incorrect.

In the past 2-3 years they started to use the technically correct one, which is MT/s

 

https://www.makeuseof.com/mts-vs-mhz-datarate-vs-frequency-in-ram-explained/

 

Some old time sellers or computer enthusiast out there might still be using MHz to market or talk about their product, either out of years long habbit or simply not knowing current PC world.

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