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    Red face which one to go for???

    which will be better to go for
    Intel Core i5 8400 or AMD R5 1600??? i am mainly looking for better gaming performance and i am not into any kind of overclocking. i have been using AMD phenom 2 x4 for 7 years so dont provide me any kind of heating issue or electricity bill increase info.

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    i5 8400 if you can disregard the cost you have to factor in for Z370 motherboard. otherwise R5 1600.

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    will hyper threading play any role???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    i5 8400 if you can disregard the cost you have to factor in for Z370 motherboard. otherwise R5 1600.
    Similarly, he should factor in cost of higher bus RAMs, at least 3000mhz.

    I would personally go with 1600 simply because it offers more headroom, mobo will be future-proof and the difference in gaming isn't much (https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/...5_8400/18.html).

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    People still use amd processors for gaming???????

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilgamer View Post
    will hyper threading play any role???
    Not really in most games. Strategy games are most benefited with more cores/threads. And even in that case real core >>> logic core (hyper thread or AMD's similar SMT)

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    People still use amd processors for gaming???????
    Why not? At high resolutions there is pretty much 0 difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    Why not? At high resolutions there is pretty much 0 difference.
    but games in high res gains massive performance boost from high speed rams which RAIZEN do not support. Lel.

    https://www.techspot.com/article/117...nce/page3.html


    Also i dont think they are even close apart from the ram thingy,

    https://www.pcworld.com/article/3230...ks.html?page=2

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    but games in high res gains massive performance boost from high speed rams which RAIZEN do not support. Lel.

    https://www.techspot.com/article/117...nce/page3.html


    Also i dont think they are even close apart from the ram thingy,

    https://www.pcworld.com/article/3230...ks.html?page=2
    Support for higher clocked RAMs has greatly improved. Most are able to do 2900-3200Mhz on Hynix. I'm personally doing 3200 14-13-13-28 1T. Even till this day I have to advise people to buy higher clocked RAMs, most just buy 2133-2400 and the differences have been visible from 3770K days.

    As for games, older ones will always favor Intel because engines are based around them. There's a lot of head room leftover on Ryzen processors and that makes a big difference when people actually start using their computers. Benchmarks are fine and all, but nobody runs their games in a clean state and that has a pretty significant performance impact.

    The i5 8400 is also a great CPU but IMO it's not worth buying a Z370 for. The budget boards should be available soon and that'll be a better fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    Support for higher clocked RAMs has greatly improved. Most are able to do 2900-3200Mhz on Hynix. I'm personally doing 3200 14-13-13-28 1T. Even till this day I have to advise people to buy higher clocked RAMs, most just buy 2133-2400 and the differences have been visible from 3770K days.

    As for games, older ones will always favor Intel because engines are based around them. There's a lot of head room leftover on Ryzen processors and that makes a big difference when people actually start using their computers. Benchmarks are fine and all, but nobody runs their games in a clean state and that has a pretty significant performance impact.

    The i5 8400 is also a great CPU but IMO it's not worth buying a Z370 for. The budget boards should be available soon and that'll be a better fit.
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    If you can push your budget a little further, then you should go for the i5 8600k. It's much more justified with a z370 mobo, and you also have damn near close to i7 8700k performance in gaming

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    Ryzen is an entirely new platform with tons of optimization left for every kind of developer to work on. Out of the box performance is not too far behind Intel which is an impressive feat hugely filling the Grand Canyon of performance difference between FX series and its Intel counterparts.

    Future iterations of it would definitely close the gap between current Ryzen and its Intel counterparts completely.

    As of now, since OP has stated that he is not into overclocking, he is advised to pick up the i5-8400 as soon as the budget boards r released. Z-series mobo would be a complete waste even if it is bought for future upgrades becuz every Intel chipset has a relatively short lifespan.
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    As far I know, the cheaper series mobo's for Intel 8th gen processors are coming in this January 2018. (I have talked to Binary Logic and Startech recently, both of those shops confirmed it). If you can wait a bit, then you may get a budget mobo for your i5 8400.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -RAKIB- View Post
    As far I know, the cheaper series mobo's for Intel 8th gen processors are coming in this January 2018. (I have talked to Binary Logic and Startech recently, both of those shops confirmed it). If you can wait a bit, then you may get a budget mobo for your i5 8400.
    This is the problem that happens when you discuss these matters with retailers.

    Take this and act accordingly,

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    This is the problem that happens when you discuss these matters with retailers.

    Take this and act accordingly,

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    I didn't believe them completely, that's why I have used direct reference. Thanks for providing the correct information.
    Why so Serious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    This is the problem that happens when you discuss these matters with retailers.

    Take this and act accordingly,

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    Bhaijaan, can I use this slide as an anonymous source of info?

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    Bhaijaan, can I use this slide as an anonymous source of info?
    no please

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    no please
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