- Apr 24, 2016
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|System Name||Bo-minator (my name is bo)|
|Processor||Intel i7 4770K|
|Motherboard||ASUS MAXIMUS VI HERO Z87|
|Memory||G-SkiLL 4x4GB RAM 2133 Mhz (CL 9)|
|Video Card(s)||ASUS STRIX 1080Ti OC|
|Storage||Samsung EVO 850 1TB|
|Display(s)||ACER XB271HU + DELL 2717D|
|Case||Fractal Design Define R4|
|Audio Device(s)||ASUS Xonar Essence STX|
|Power Supply||Antec HCP 1000W|
|Keyboard||CM STORM Quick Fire Rapid|
|Software||Windows 10 64-bit Pro|
yet you understand that moores lawMoore's Law is not about performance though.
No, I don't think you have the insight to understand it. You will not find more performance with silicon, we are simply at the edge of diminishing returns.
Intel can't stall a thing, they have to push the market, especially their HEDT-platform where they have some serious PowerPC-competition (especially SAP) and demands from manufacturers.
This won't happen with the (in-comparsion) low-power CPUs on the desktop since games are super straight-forward computation. A 4770K performs the same as a 7700K because the CPU is not the bottleneck and have not been since the introductions of Haswell.
And with higher and higher resolutions more resource requirements are shifted to the GPU so processor performance is getting less relevant for gaming.
Dude you dont understand anything. AMD is comming out with an 8 core 16 thread CPU; you can argue all you want but the performance (if apps utilize multithreading will push the price/performance ratio (like intel have not done in 4 years) You can see the rest in the thread here is writing the same; disapointment in intel lack of willingness to go from 4 core to 6 or more. You can keep buying expensive low perf/dollar products all you want but Im pretty sure the rest is going to go for the best product at the price. And that will be AMD unless Intel actually push the performance up or price down. (and yes more cores is more performance in the future of desktop)