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    Talking Ryzen or Intel

    I have been posting thread for quite a while now and I have to say, this community is so demn friendly, thank yall for responding to my stupid questions. Anyhow, I am now in a more difficult situation regarding which CPU to buy for my gaming rig. On one hand, I got intel 8600K ( or 8400 as I won't be overclocking that much anyway ), which has much better IPC and thus would be better for gaming, on the other side I got AMD Ryzen 2700X ( I like the CPU cooler a lot ), which has more core. However, the main reason I am siding towards Ryzen is because of one thing that Intel didn't do. That is they didn't keep the same socket for every gen CPU. This means I can upgrade my 2700X to newer version simply by switching the CPU rather than betting a whole new motherboard. Do you think this is a valid excuse to support the red team? Please share your thoughts

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    What GPU are you using? What is your monitor?
    Are you playing at 144hz+?

    If not get the Ryzen. Great productivity and can push any game 60fps+ at 1080p if you have a decent enough GPU.
    The extra fps won't do you any good if you monitor doesn't have high refresh rate anyway. But the productivity and multitasking gains will be noticeable right away especially if you stream your games.

    Now even if you do have a high refresh rate monitor. I would still recommend Ryzen .
    7nm Ryzen should deliver enough IPC boost to reach parity or even beat intel current 14nm chips.
    Intel is still struggling with their 10nm process. So AMD will be on top until intel can release it .

    As you mentioned yourself upgrading to ryzen 3000 series will be much cheaper than upgrading to new intel generation.
    So yeah 2700x would be the wiser choice.

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    Stick with Intel. The best course of action is "better option now" not "better option tomorrow". But if you wanna experiment, go ahead buy the ryzen. But maybe 2600x. So when ryzen 2 comes out (2000 is tok or zen+) you can see firsthand how much AMD improved. Sure the fps'll be enough but you'll always remember on the back of your mind that you're not getting the full potential of your gpu.

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    True but same can be used against it. When the new ryzen comes out and it turns out to be a much superior product than my current cpu then I'll regret buying it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Stick with Intel. The best course of action is "better option now" not "better option tomorrow". But if you wanna experiment, go ahead buy the ryzen. But maybe 2600x. So when ryzen 2 comes out (2000 is tok or zen+) you can see firsthand how much AMD improved. Sure the fps'll be enough but you'll always remember on the back of your mind that you're not getting the full potential of your gpu.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UzuShin View Post
    What GPU are you using? What is your monitor?
    Are you playing at 144hz+?

    If not get the Ryzen. Great productivity and can push any game 60fps+ at 1080p if you have a decent enough GPU.
    The extra fps won't do you any good if you monitor doesn't have high refresh rate anyway. But the productivity and multitasking gains will be noticeable right away especially if you stream your games.

    Now even if you do have a high refresh rate monitor. I would still recommend Ryzen .
    7nm Ryzen should deliver enough IPC boost to reach parity or even beat intel current 14nm chips.
    Intel is still struggling with their 10nm process. So AMD will be on top until intel can release it .

    As you mentioned yourself upgrading to ryzen 3000 series will be much cheaper than upgrading to new intel generation.
    So yeah 2700x would be the wiser choice.
    Yeah I think going for AMD is the right choice. GPUs are easy to change but not CPU. Getting a more forward compatible CPU is a better option especially considering the fact that AMD's upcoming processors will have 29% more IPC, which is insane tbh. Can't wait to get my hands on the 3000 series

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