also the cheapest of the top 10
I read an article yesterday about AMD's new server line verses Intel and was surprised to learn this is where AMD now have the biggest advantage. AMD is destroying Intel in server CPU's now and supposedly the expert are claiming Intel won't have a response until at least 2021 or perhaps even 2022. AMD definitely caught Intel sleeping and it's glorious to behold.
Still sucks for gaming. No thanks. Il wait for intel's 10nm.
intel is just saving the cards. Wait for it.
Just wait when 3950x comes out and the lead will be even greater
I rly hope Intel will get some competition and maybe lower their pricess
For gaming i9 9900k is still better, but only if you have no concerns over money spent. More importantly, Intel is stuck with their current CPU technology, while AMD is set on roadmap to push zen3 and zen4 in next 2 years. This year's zen2 have caught up with intel and beaten it in many ways, but next year will most likely be intel giving up on all leads.
intel sucking amd big dick
Arguing about CPUs on HLTV in 2019 OmegaLUL
not to mention that their threadripper with 64 cores and 128 threads is coming
And that is not even looking at the server CPU's. Here is what a taste of what an article on Anandttech said about AMD's new server CPU's. "...The launch of AMD's second generation EPYC processors is nothing short of historic, beating the competition by a large margin in almost every metric: performance, performance per watt and performance per dollar. "
And since there is big money is servers this is sort of even more important than their desktop CPU's, this will hopefully let AMD consolidate so they can keep pushing the limits.
Just wish it would transfer more to gaming.
I bought a 3900x specifically looking towards the future over a 9900k.
Kept my GTX 1080 will wait for RTX refreshes or an AMD GPU that doesn't suck.
As far as I can tell I'm getting frame rate bounces in just about everything over my 6700k and I figure as life progresses I'll be happier about my new Samsung PCI-E 4.0 SSD (whenever it comes out) and extra four cores over the 9900k even if the 9900k gets 5% more frames at 1080p a resolution I never even see because I'm not poor.
As far as CSGO goes I've been getting 300+ frames even on my old platform.
wait for cannon lake
Ok but thats for servers.
intel better for CS, I dont run video editting software with 1000 tabs open, I just play CS on high FPS
AMD fans are like the special kids in school who wear second-hand shoes
- but AMD IS hot hot, like 273.15 kelvin hot!
- but average Intel with stock cooler is clock at 60 celsius! my I9 99999999k 14mm++++++ technology is only at 69 celsius while gaming, that still better than hot hot AMD
- also Intel Sponsor csgo tournament (yeah real talk here) I want to see AMD sponsor more game tournament too, the only AMD Sponsor Tourney I know is Quake Champ, I wonder if AMD sponsor a Team that will win an Intel tournament... cause that would be funny
but for gaming still Intel
intel got greedy and lazy over the years, so rn id say AMD > INTEL
an the prize is so much lower with amd
I'm using intel right now in both my laptop and pc and I'm honestly happy that this is happening, i want AMD to be a fierce competitor, so Intel doesn't do whatever the fuck they want, and if this keeps going like this I'll jump to AMD just to keep it going. This is what we all need brothers.
you're only saying that because you have no money for an intel top processor OMEGALUL
This thread is full of annoying fan boys. Most of these kids wasn't there when AMD was the top dog, they made first 64bit, duo- and quad-core processors. Without AMD we would live in an era where we would still have pentium 4's.
While i have Intel on both of my computer, i would most likely choose ryzen if i were to upgrade. On the other hand i would maybe wait for new intels and see who comes on top and buy that.
On GPU side i wouldn't see changing to AMD just because i have g-sync monitor. It's good that AMD is challenging Nvidia on that front tho.
Competition is good for customers, fanboyism is bad for everybody
amd sucks, and will always suck.
dude i really hope the 3950X can beat the 9900K in gaming tho unlikely , it'd be so awesome.
people in this thread dont even mention if u stream do workload ect the ryzen far surpasses intel, intel win in a few games but compare them both while streaming which tons of people do then check the benchmarks if u stream + game ryzen dominates
For the last years, i've always had AMD processors due to pricexperformance (High end Intel stuff was always tooooo expensive for me), but Intel had the high end market on their hands, this seriously is either impressive for AMD, or impressively bad for intel
ive never seen this website ever mens
Doesnt matter, low iq ppl will keep buying intel OMEGA
lol mad Intel fanboys.
Let AMD have this little victory for over a decade.
i9-9900K is still the highest-performing CPU for gaming.
But I agree, when you want to save some money - Ryzen 3000 lets you do that, e.g. Ryzen 3600 (budget CPU for gaming) and 3700X (higher budget CPU for streaming and gaming and also some work if you need).
Sadly neither NVIDIA nor AMD has released any mid-end GPU for an adequate amount of money. I mean, a middle-end GPU should cost UP TO 300$, instead a new fake mid-end GPU (RTX 2060) costs 350$ for fuck's sake and what should be a mid-end GPU (RTX 2060 SUPER) costs 400$, like what the actual fuck??? And AMD doesn't even try to make NVIDIA reduce the prices, with RX 5700 for another 350$ like seriously?
And all those short-sighted and short-minded with their "more performance can't cost the same" just get a brain and recall that every hardware generation brings more performance, so why don't we start from let's say 7800 GTX and sell every newer generation for more, imagine how much any modern GPU would cost and stop with that stupidity.