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Old 06-02-2020, 10:08 PM   #81
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Yo, im quite late, but still. I wanted to suggest the upcoming amd ryzen 4000 series cpus. I realize that maybe u cannot wait that long, but ryzen 4000 might finally take the lead in single core performance too and since thats exactly what u are looking for, it might be a good choice to wait.

4th gen ryzen will have 8 cores on 1 die (good for L3 cache latency), higher IPC and higher clocks than 3th gen ryzen. Right now Intel has generally 50% less ram latency (depends on ram clock and timings), better core to core latency (thanks to the ringbus architecture) and ofcourse clocks quite a bit higher (thx 14nm+++). IPC is really similair if not better on ryzen 3000 (check hardware unboxed's video).

I myself also value single core perf over multi core perf but when i was building my pc i bought an r5 3600 which is ok in single core perf, i would have gone for a i5 10600K if that was avaiable 10 months ago. Now ill buy whatever is better when 4th gen ryzen and intels 11th series release, no biased purchases over here.
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Old 06-03-2020, 04:46 AM   #82
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does ram speed make any real differnce? im using 32gb at 3ghz



https://www.computerbase.de/2020-05/...-3900x-ram-oc/


For me, it´s a big difference. My 6700k@4,7GHz have good benefit from RAM OC.


On AMD Zen 2 you should try to get 3800MHz on Ram.
On Intel try to get so high, you can go.




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Yo, im quite late, but still. I wanted to suggest the upcoming amd ryzen 4000 series cpus. I realize that maybe u cannot wait that long, but ryzen 4000 might finally take the lead in single core performance too and since thats exactly what u are looking for, it might be a good choice to wait.

4th gen ryzen will have 8 cores on 1 die (good for L3 cache latency), higher IPC and higher clocks than 3th gen ryzen. Right now Intel has generally 50% less ram latency (depends on ram clock and timings), better core to core latency (thanks to the ringbus architecture) and ofcourse clocks quite a bit higher (thx 14nm+++). IPC is really similair if not better on ryzen 3000 (check hardware unboxed's video).

I myself also value single core perf over multi core perf but when i was building my pc i bought an r5 3600 which is ok in single core perf, i would have gone for a i5 10600K if that was avaiable 10 months ago. Now ill buy whatever is better when 4th gen ryzen and intels 11th series release, no biased purchases over here.



That´s it. ZEN3 can change everything, but now you can´t get an ZEN3. I hope i don´t have to wait to long, for ZEN3.
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Old 06-03-2020, 02:12 PM   #83
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Those Zen2-XT versions look great as well. Those extra couple hundred MHz will for sure yield a few more fps. If it is enough to overtake Intel... we will see in a few weeks. For sure the already narrow gap gets even tighter if not closed by then.
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