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9700k of 9700kf (second one doesnt have video core and have bit better overclocking potential)
is msi z390m mortar ok for 9700k?
Dude wtf are you doing? Get the ryzen 7 3700x. I got the 9700k months before ryzen new cpu came out because i couldnt wait and needed a new cpu asap but i regret it. Ryzen destroys anything intel has price and performance wise. Otherwise if you still want an intel cpu just wait for the new 10th gen.
If you want best value/fps get the 9600kf combined with gigabyte z390 ud. Dont go too cheap on the cpu cooling, if it gets too hot it will throttle down.
Dont go itx if you dont have the money for it.
9700k is the best, and you dont need to oc because it has turbo boost also oc not worth it. i bought 9700 because didnt have moeny on 9700k but if i had i definetely choose him. but 10k series coming soon and it will present better money/performance processors so i would wait on your place. Btw i have gtx970 and 300 fps on 4:3 in cs go so doesnt really matter what u choose.
I have the 9700kf with asus rog z390-f board and its a rlly good cpu for csgo
Yes 9700KF would I go for.
you dont need i7 9700k if you got gpu just go with i7 9700kf
If you don't plan on overclocking -> 9700
If you plan on overclocking -> 9700K / KF
The difference between K and KF is that the KF won't display unless you have a GPU.
I currently have a 9700K overclocked to 5.0 GHz with a Corsair H100i Platinum AIO
if u dont want overclock, buy amd ryzen bruh (intel only for overclockers)
go amd if you're getting a new motherboard. the ryzen 3xxx series is really, really good. if you aren't overclocking and for whatever reason need to go intel, go for a non-k model, whichever is cheaper of the 9700 and 9700f. the slightly higher base clock speed on k models is pretty much irrelevant and you'll be saving like 50 bucks. the only reason to get a k model is to overclock. if the f and non-f models are the same price, go for the non-f version, cuz having integrated graphics is handy if your graphics card goes out.
kf edition doesnt have integrated gpu on it.
i7 9700 is the same as i7 9700k, but "k" means, that you can OC this CPU. If you wont OC, you can choose i7 9700
9700k(f) or ryzen 3700x. I'd buy ryzen. better value for sure for your money.
get amd. there is literally no reason to buy intel in 2020
why get a k model if u wont oc? thats really stupid
I7-9700kf even if you dont want oc it comes with higher base clock and you dont need a igpu. Some where down the road you might want to OC and the diference in price is minimal.
i7 9700KF and i7 9700K are the same cpu's, but the first without integrated graphics and cheaper. go with i7 9700KF
just go AMD. RYZEN 7 3800X. or 3900X;
Why limit yourself with shitty intel and only 8 cores with no hyperthreading?...
intel is only good if you buy 9900k and above...
but in general.. go AMD.. gaming diff only 5% with zen2..and more threads..
people still talking about intel in 2020..lull. you can get a lot more cores and performance for less or same $$ with amd....
If you're going Intel then get the best, 9900K. Otherwise buy Ryzen 3700X. 9700K is a joke product.
Seeing as they are pretty much all the same price. Ive had 9700k since release and still running strong as fuck @ 4.0Ghz
9700K will give you more performance if you plan on overclocking.
9700f will take less power to run save you a tiny bit money on electric bill ($19 vs $27(9700k) per year)
9700 - NO
non K cant OC
KF doesnt have integrated graphics which will result in quite slower times in adobe after effects
K can OC and has integrated graphics
I think you should just get the cheapest.
Just get 9900k unless you are poor??
If you are never ever going to oc just get the cheapest out of the three , if you use your pc for anything beside gaming i would take the ryzen 3800x/3700x in consideration
9700K or 9700KF
9700K==>GPU integrated in the CPU (if your principal GPU is down that can be usefull otherwise it's completely useless)
9700KF==>No GPU integrated in the CPU
I've got the 9700KF and it's pretty good. But yeah AMD better value/price but you need to got the good chipset and change the motherboard.
Ryzen 3700x + some b450/x570 motherboard + 3200mhz memory
I've owned a 3900x and X570 Master motherboard since launch day.
I waited outside a microcenter like a fat nerd to get it.
Anyway. It's a great chip. Fun memory overclocking. But if you are coming from Intel the overclocking performance of the CPU IS going to dissapoint you. Especially if you are someone like me and have your whole system under water.
Also. Since day one. Despite all the bios revisions I have had stability problems. Sometimes pretty bad. The new F11 bios seems pretty ok. But just like their GPUs it seems like AMD is always lacking in software support.
If I had it to do over I'd get the Intel version of the motherboard with the 10 core intel that's about to shit on everything gaming wise. 5.3 single core boost/4.8 all core. That thing is going to rock games.
And on 14nm 1.4v I bet you on custom water people hit 5.4 all core. Maybe more.
will u play games only? or streaming+ games? or work?
If u will stream/work get Ryzen
If u will only play on this PC get 9700 because it is still slightly better for gaming
btw wait for new intel gen cuz older gen will get cheaper
Just get a ryzen since you don't want to overclock your cpu. 3700x should be fine
9700f if no oc. but why would you buy it anyway if you can buy 3700x for cheaper and also cheaper mobos and cooler
Rysen is better overall and cheaper. No reason to get Intel up to this point. AMD value is much higher. Although Intel tends to be marginally superior at gaming It's way worst at anything else and costs a lot more.
You should get the cheapest one. There are cheaper alternatives from AMD though. I personally own a Ryzen 7 3700X which is much better in CS:GO but worse in just about every other game. Not gonna talk about streaming and video editing and all of the other bullshit. Most people don't do that.
TL;DR Get whichever one is the cheapest or save some money and buy a 3700X/3800X.
Depends on what you do with your PC. If you only play esports titles like CS then you'll be fine with a cheaper CPU than that. The Ryzen 5 3600 is hard to beat on price / performance atm.
I wouldn't be buying any Intel chips on the 14nm architecture tbh; if you must have Intel wait for the 10nm and especially the 7nm.
guys please don't buy intel i7 9700k + gtx 1650. Even though intel is faster with rtx 2080 ti, you will get same or better results with like ryzen 5 2600 + gtx 1660 super etc. Really in games you don't need a more than a decent cpu