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How does the I3-7300 at 4 Ghz beat everything in fallout 4 on 4K ? not only does it it beat the i7-7700k it gets a significant higher score as well, 14 % higher average FPS.

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How does the I3-7300 at 4 Ghz beat everything in fallout 4 on 4K ? not only does it it beat the i7-7700k it gets a significant higher score as well, 14 % higher average FPS.

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It probably ramps up to 4GHz and stays there, whereas more powerful CPUs will boost but also throttle from time to time. Sometimes less is more.
 
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It probably ramps up to 4GHz and stays there, whereas more powerful CPUs will boost but also throttle from time to time. Sometimes less is more.
but then the i3-7100 also should be up at the same level, where its down at 55 FPS.

also, i do not think a i7-7700 will throttle to that much under Fallout 4.
 
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I would have liked to have seen how these chips compare to previous gen amd chips (mainly in gaming), as an owner of an fx 8350 i would like to know which ryzen chip will give me enough of an increase in performance to justify upgrading my system.
 

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I would have liked to have seen how these chips compare to previous gen amd chips (mainly in gaming), as an owner of an fx 8350 i would like to know which ryzen chip will give me enough of an increase in performance to justify upgrading my system.
Pretty much any of them?
 

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That fallout 4 result does look odd, will retest on Tuesday when I'm back from where I can't tell you
 
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That fallout 4 result does look odd, will retest on Tuesday when I'm back from where I can't tell you
VIA's secret RnD facilities.
 

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How does amd disable multithreading on these cores?
 
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How does amd disable multithreading on these cores?
I looked at the Aida64 results from Guru3D. 1200 & 1400 are half-dies while on the other hand, 1300X and 1500X are two half-dies. It crimps the L3 write bandwidth. Therefore, I recon, 1200 is a better pick.
 
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Pretty much any of them?
Well obviously... What i need is specific comparisons. Going ryzen means shelling out for more than just the cpu and if a ryzen 3 will give me a decent boost in gaming then fine but if i need to go for at least a ryzen 5 or 7 then i need to know just how much the extra expense is justified.
 

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I looked at the Aida64 results from Guru3D. 1200 & 1400 are half-dies while on the other hand, 1300X and 1500X are two half-dies. It crimps the L3 write bandwidth. Therefore, I recon, 1200 is a better pick.
I may have this wrong myself but I thought all the 4 core ryzens used 2ccx's and 2 cores active per ccx.. Have you got a link to where you read that?
 
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It probably ramps up to 4GHz and stays there, whereas more powerful CPUs will boost but also throttle from time to time. Sometimes less is more.
This is why I set min cpu state to 100% while gaming.
 
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I may have this wrong myself but I thought all the 4 core ryzens used 2ccx's and 2 cores active per ccx.. Have you got a link to where you read that?
No, as I said previously I checked Aida64 memory bandwidth results from Guru3D and LanOC's reviews. Split L3's have fewer direct processor ports, but more memory ports. Therefore 1300X and 1500X copies from memory(L3 copy) faster, whereas their L3 writes are crimped.
I know nothing about processors btw, this is all my estimation.
 

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This is why I set min cpu state to 100% while gaming.
Doesn't help. If you let it boost, it will still throttle from time to time.
Fwiw, I let mine at default and I'm not bothered at all. At the same time, I don't play competitive online and rarely the latest titles (lack of time).
 
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From the conclusions page: "It's pointless to pair this chip with an entry-level graphics card, such as the Radeon RX 550 or GeForce GT 1030, because you'd rather spend the extra $50 on a quad-core Intel Core i5 CPU with integrated graphics."

I'm not understanding that. A 1300x with one of those cheap cards will perform a lot better in games than an i5 on integrated graphics.

Actually the 1200 OC'd to 4 GHz (which is easily attained on cheap MBs), paired with a mid-range card looks like a very viable value solution, for gaming and computing.
 

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Actually the 1200 OC'd to 4 GHz (which is easily attained on cheap MBs), paired with a mid-range card looks like a very viable value solution, for gaming and computing.
Aye and it can be had for pretty cheap.

The real budget champions are the HT Pentiums though, if they are found at their original prices.
 
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After looking at some more reviews, the 1200 easily clocks to 3.8, but several got 4.0.

The Pentiums are cheap but there are more situations where they are limited. Still think the 1200 has a niche for low-mid budget gaming where it makes the most sense.
 

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And you can drop in a Zen 2 eventually. You could get a budget ryzen 1200 now, overclock it as far as possible, enjoy it for a bit, then put in a monster 8c zen 2 in a year or so and turn it into a beast, some of the budget B350 motherboards are excellent, no real need to spend £200+ on a board unless you want the overkill vrm and SLI support.
 
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