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Old 03-21-2017, 09:28 AM   #21
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I'd love to see a direct DCS comparison between an intel I7 (sandybridge up) and Zen. Somebody out there must be in that position.

+1 ...just which GPU to refer to as well ? 1080 or 1070 as a "default" maybe ??


If I had the parts I'd do it just out of curiosity
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+1 ...just which GPU to refer to as well ? 1080 or 1070 as a "default" maybe ??


If I had the parts I'd do it just out of curiosity
I'd like to see a 7700K or better overclocked to 5GHz with a reasonably inexpensive AIO water cooler and a 1080ti vs ryzen

also with 32gb of the same speed and latency ram, both running on m.2 SSDs

the 7700K is like 449$ CDN right now, and the 1800X is 669$, so...

bah probly not gonna happen...

also i think comparing a sandy to a current i7 or zen cpu, they'll kick its ass... even a sandy overclocked to 4.5ghz probly won't beat either...
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A OCed sandy won't beat it but I'm interested to know if it's worth the outlay?
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I'd like to see a 7700K or better overclocked to 5GHz with a reasonably inexpensive AIO water cooler and a 1080ti vs ryzen



also i think comparing a sandy to a current i7 or zen cpu, they'll kick its ass... even a sandy overclocked to 4.5ghz probly won't beat either...

The 2600k looses each and every battle vs the 7700k if you unleash both and let the 7700k oc as well, at least to some extend. At 5G it smokes it, even with the Sandy at 5G !

IPC wise the difference is roughly 200 Points in Passmark v9. 2800 vs. 3000 Points, both 5G.
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