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    Default All i7 Users ,will you upgrade to Ryzen ? why & why not

    Yes Ryzen is the most competitive CPU amd will bring to Challenge Intel after a Decade ,but what about those Intel Users with top performing i7 or I5 ,Will you guys go for the Ryzen upgrade or You guys are not that interested in Amd platform

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    If it has comparable gaming performance as my current i5 but has significantly better video editing/encoding performance then I'll consider getting one.

    However, if it's gaming perf is worse than a 4th gen i5.. I'll pass

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    Unless the CPUs are at 8 GHz, I think not.

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    using a 2nd gen i7 and won't say it cant handle stuffs now but if ryzen have significant performance improvement and if costs like 10k or 15k for mid range then would consider to buy one

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    If it has sane level of pricing here in BD, I would be more than happy to replace my i7-3770k with Ryzen and also my aging 280X with vega

    And of course, the i7 and 280X would go into another rig. Can't let anything go to waste.
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    This may be unrelated but Intel seems to be in so much hurry to release the 8th gen cpus, they are reusing the 14nm process for it again, thus breaking the Tick-Tock-Tock cycle within a single generation. They have also promised 15% more performance. Now, if they are really using 14nm again, I don't know how much of that 15% performance will be coming from ipc. It is very likely that this performance might come from higher clock speed or, higher count of cores or, platform improvement like the 200 series. So, it seems Intel is pretty shaken about something.

    I, personally will be looking at the 4C/8T variants of Ryzen as it will be a somewhat "apples to apples" comparison to the i7 cpus. If they can slightly outperform my 4790K at stock, and has a price-point like current i5s; I am going to build a system with a 8C/16T Ryzen (considering their price is right and UCC keeps it right). But, I will not be very interested if AMD pulls off something like the "half IPC -> double Cores -> Same Performance" shenanigans again.
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    Waiting for r5 1600x or 1400x whichever meets price budget


    Guess what??? scan it??:

    Good enough GAMING RIG

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    Nah I will pass.

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    My i5 6600k 4.5Ghz will serve me good for next 2 years.

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    i will not buy processor for like next 10 yrs!!

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    Pass until 2018 dec/2019 jan.

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    My i3-550 can't last another year

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    i7 3770K. Still more¤than enough.
    The abuse of greatness is when it disjoins remorse from power.
    Please do not PM me for support. You will NOT get a reply. Post in the relevant forum section.

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    For gaming it's always the GPU which becomes the bottleneck not the Cpu. So unless you have a super old Cpu that caps your GPU performance, there is no point in upgrading your Cpu .

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    4670k at 4.3GHz should be doable for another 2years right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    4670k at 4.3GHz should be doable for another 2years right?
    yes very likely

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    yes very likely
    I'm just kind of sad lol, Ryzen boasts so much features, like per core overclocking, nifty stuff. And I'm sure Intel will come up with something with their 8th gen.

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    Just switched to intel from 8350 to 7700k. My next update will be done by my son for sure XDDDDDDDDDDDDD

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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    i7 3770K. Still more¤than enough.
    there are some cpu heavy gaming benchmark where sandy ,ivy series scored horribly

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    Quote Originally Posted by CODhunter View Post
    Just switched to intel from 8350 to 7700k. My next update will be done by my son for sure XDDDDDDDDDDDDD
    7700k performed the worst compare to ryzen lowest series

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    For gaming it's always the GPU which becomes the bottleneck not the Cpu. So unless you have a super old Cpu that caps your GPU performance, there is no point in upgrading your Cpu .
    Its old saying as games are becoming more demanding & with DX 12 CPU -GPU can work together to put better performance & many games old & New are CPU heavy .so as CPU becoming more powerful at cheaper price developer surely will use that

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    My i5 6600k 4.5Ghz will serve me good for next 2 years.
    Even low end core i7 beat many core i5 .Extra threads helps & games are now build to use extra threads .so maybe for gaming purpose core i5 is not enough anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    I'm just kind of sad lol, Ryzen boasts so much features, like per core overclocking, nifty stuff. And I'm sure Intel will come up with something with their 8th gen.
    Ryzen will come up continuous upgrade for next 4 years with same socket .Intel can try to do that but dont think they will do that

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    get this on your head:

    1. RyZen won't beat "unlocked" Sky Lake/Kaby Lake in gaming cause single thread (ST) performance of SL/KL is higher and they OC more.
    1a. But RyZen WILL beat "locked" Sky Lake/Kaby Lake cause they can't OC whereas all RyZen chips can.
    1b. Games predominantly need good ST performance.

    2. Where RyZen deffinitely beat Intel is in multi-thread (MT).
    2a. Fortunately 2016 onwards games are starting to use MT better. Here is a good article done by computerbase.de
    2b. But still needs good ST performance. Look at i7 2600k vs 4770k vs 7700k in the chart.

    3. Most of whom you replied to use top-of-the-line-of-their-time CPUs which can also be OC'd. They won't feel the need to upgrade. But me with my lowly 3.1~3.4 GHz i5 2400 will.
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