I don't think you realize for GPU's the kinds of material they need to make them. They don't grow on trees.
Also who cars about CPU's? wtf Just buy a ryzen and call it a day you don't need to give a shit about 10OOF series anything
I predict some guy will make an original joke about either CPU causing a fire in this thread
i do not understand people talking over cpus, they literally give you 10 more fps than the gen before
unless you are doing some rendering, anything above 7700 is an overkill
"and the problem with 11gen is that they need new mobos that quite expensive ..."
not true, they will run on 400 series chipsets.
"i wonder why nobody sees that opportunity"
because this takes years and years, look at Intel they still didn't even show a preview of what their gaming GPUs will look like and Raja Koduri has been there for what now? 3 years? And that's Intel, if they take that long, everyone else would take much longer.
Also there is the problem with patented tech, you can't just build GPUs like Nvidia and AMD do because of that, Intel can because they already cooperate in the CPU market.
amd has manufacturing issues... so even if they cut their prices there would be no more ryzen available...
Ofc they will, who will buy Ryzen then? No one cares about AMD when you have cheaper Intel.
AMD = overpriced + outdated CPUs. Revenge, hate, war, despair.
Intel = cheap + trustworthy. Forgiveness, peace, redemption.
Here is Germany, Mindfactory is already selling the i7 11700K for a ~50 Euro premium over a 5800X. While atleast it benchmarks its on par or a tiny bit slower on multithreaded workloads than a 5800X. The 10th gen will stay surely, but lets say at this juncture if AMD just lowers their CPU prices, I think there is no right reason to buy Intel, atleast the 11th gen. If the 10th gen stays and its prices are further lowered then as a consumer I would either buy an AMD or a 10th gen CPU at lower price like the i9 10850K for more bang for my buck.
Imagine caring about companies who don't give a fuck about you.
Buy what you like, why are kids so obessed with numbers these days?
There hasn't been a big jump in CPUS in almost 10 years and today if you own something with over 4 cores you're fine for most games unless you won't 4k or some strong editing power.
I went from a 7600k to a 5900x CSGO feels the same, it just allows me to play games like warzone more smoothly.
The generational jumps that CPU's used to have are long gone.
Pure favoritism and tastes
intel is building a 3rd brand of gpu, but i guess it'll take quite a long time
this cpu talk nowadays remembers me of OS talks in 2000's and browser talks in 2010's
its all about gpu