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I7-9700k owners
Finland v3tu 
Could someone run the fps benchmark map, with all cores enabled and then 2 cores disabled. Preferably also disable turbo for doing this, as the cpu will turbo higher with less cores working. You can do those in bios. I would like to know if there is a difference between i5-9600k and i7-9700k for csgo. I can give two danger zone cases to the guy who bothers doing this, but for the reward I want .jpg proof so you don't just make numbers up.
2019-02-02 23:23
Hungary ItsnotM3 
2019-02-02 23:23
Here you go prodka
2019-02-03 19:48
You won't play better because you have 403 instead of 401 fps
2019-02-02 23:25
200 iq
2019-02-03 19:43
Norway duffz00r 
There are always alternatives, some better than others. Of course soldering is the best practical option. While intimidating to those that have never done it before, it is easy. Most are intimidated from trying at some point and it not working, likely at all. But they watch videos and see others doing it and can't tell what they did wrong. Secrets are in the little details. A good condition soldering iron head, clean everything. Body oils will prevent solder from sticking. Flux is not optional. And all Flux is not created equal, and each type has a purpose
2019-02-02 23:26
Brazil 1_Flippy 
+1 that's why i stopped using flux on my computer
2019-02-03 19:42
Sweden Fr33zay 
i7 9700k not really worth it if you dont want to do editing and stuff or keep it for a long time so you dont have to upgrade. Otherwise just get the i5 9600k. Here i send you video btw no big difference at all between 8th and 9th gen in FPS.
2019-02-03 01:15
Finland v3tu 
The difference here is that i7-8700k is a 6 core 12 thread, and i7-9700k is a 8 core 8 thread. Hyperthreading actually decreases performance a bit in csgo. 3kliksphilip showed in a video, that fps goes still up after 4 cores, but he had only a 6 core processor to test with, and there is no info about 8 cores and csgo in the internet. Link to video: .
2019-02-03 19:38
Canada NMX_ 
would do that but im an 8700 (non K) owner so i cant do that
2019-02-03 19:41
Bookmarking this thread because I'm also interested.
2019-02-03 19:44
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