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Great deal if you pair it with a gigabyte mobo. $50 off
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What applications or senarios does the 16mb L3 cache have a benefit over 12mb of L3 cache in the i5-10600? It has a higher multi-core benchmarks because of the 2 extra cores but I'm trying to justify it over the i5-10600.

To be clear I would get an AMD if I didn't play games a lot, run Serato DJ, or Topaz Labs Video Enhance AI. The last 2 only work on Intel processors.
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Non k? Ouch
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It's fairly simple, the Intel processors are best for gaming ATM since most games use a single core and that's where these processors shine, but for most other applications the additional cores and threads that you get with AMD for the same price is going to outshine Intel. Keep in mind also that this is just the 10700, not the unlocked k version, so overclocking is more limited.
I have the 9900k, stock turbo frequency 4.7GHZ is almost the best you can get without investing $300+ mobo, $100+ cooler and $100+PSU, even if you got those you can only get ~10% OC, not worth it, intel almost squeeze the max on these CPUs.
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2.9? So my 4790k is 4.0. What gives?
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Was $289 at Micro Center a couple weeks back when I built a new system... now 299.

https://www.microcenter.com/produ...-processor
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Great deal if you pair it with a gigabyte mobo. $50 off
I see the promo link but it goes to MSI combo promos. The same GAMESDAY27 and GAMESDAY29 codes don't work for the gigabyte boards that have the save $50 promo text on them. Might end up getting the Gigabyte board on Amazon. Some models are $30 cheaper.

https://www.newegg.com/Motherboar...re/ID-1986

EDIT: I searched for certain Gigabyte Mobos and the combo came up in the search. A Gigabyte UD AC (wifi) ATX board and i7-10700 processor for $415. I'll bite/byte Stick Out Tongue

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Co...bo.3968931
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Yes, exactly. Also 3800x has compatibility issues with ram and what ram speed you buy with ryzen affects the responsiveness alot. Intel has no issue with other brands of ram and what speed you use if its under or around 3200 mhz.
Intel artificially limits RAM speed based on the chipset. If you don't get the proper chipset then you're out of luck.
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It's fairly simple, the Intel processors are best for gaming ATM since most games use a single core and that's where these processors shine, but for most other applications the additional cores and threads that you get with AMD for the same price is going to outshine Intel. Keep in mind also that this is just the 10700, not the unlocked k version, so overclocking is more limited.
Disagree. Games are highly multithreaded, AAA titles more so. I worked on games 15 years ago and we were highly multithreaded then. Single threaded rendering but that's only one piece.

Anyway, you are correct that Intel wins in any single core task. but the Ryzen processors are highly regarded for gaming.
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Non k? Ouch
Yeah. My 10700k runs at 5 GHz without even trying.

Also the 10700k was just on sale for $350 at microcenter
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It's fairly simple, the Intel processors are best for gaming ATM since most games use a single core and that's where these processors shine, but for most other applications the additional cores and threads that you get with AMD for the same price is going to outshine Intel. Keep in mind also that this is just the 10700, not the unlocked k version, so overclocking is more limited.
And then AMD has an entire lineup coming out in October, according to rumors. But I suppose that AMD is in no hurry, considering how well their 3000 series is still doing. That and coming out with a new lineup, even if on the same node die, requires a lot of orders from TSMC, who are already overwhelmed by other companies, and other AMD products at this point.
I would put my money on AMD focusing on XBOX and Playstation production, for the 7nm foreseeable future. I would not be surprised if they skip the desktop ryzen chips, to focus on the 5000 5nm series for next year, as TSMC might have pushed them to do so.
If I didn't already have a 3700x, then I would pick up the 10700k, and be happy with that for a few years. I'm happy with what I currently have though.

Would be freekin hilarious if China develops a some 45nm gallium nitride cpu, that is many times faster than current silicon chips.
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My 7700k OC to 4.6 just fine with normal cooler no water cooler needed and it's beast on high performance constantly @4.6 I see no different in flight simulator it runs fine at 30fps just like any high end cpu's
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This would not be ideal for gaming because it's clocked quite low. Look for a 'K' screw and >4.0 Ghz
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2.9? So my 4790k is 4.0. What gives?
1. 2.9ghz is base block not boosted
2. Different generation. Newer CPU's do more "work" per clock cycle so 1hz gen 4 doesn't equal 1hz in gen 10 in terms of total work done by the CPU.
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Is this good compared to 3800x ?
In gaming, yes; currently Intel chips are superior.
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