- Dec 25, 2020
- 1,295 (1.70/day)
- São Paulo, Brazil
|System Name||Project Kairi v0.5 (temporary downgrade)|
|Processor||Intel Xeon E5-4669 v3|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte X99-Ultra Gaming rev 1.0|
|Cooling||id-Cooling Frostflow X 360 + Gelid GC-Extreme|
|Memory||64 GB (4x 16) Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4-2133 @ 9-11-11-21 1.35v|
|Video Card(s)||ASUS TUF Gaming OC GeForce RTX 3090 24 GB GDDR6X|
|Storage||WD Green SN350 480 GB|
|Display(s)||Samsung The Frame 2022 32-inch (1080p60)|
|Case||Cooler Master MasterFrame 700|
|Audio Device(s)||EVGA Nu Audio (classic)|
|Power Supply||EVGA 1300 G2 1.3kW 80+ Gold|
|Mouse||Logitech G305 Lightspeed K/DA + Logitech G840 XL K/DA|
|Keyboard||Logitech G Pro K/DA with GX Brown switches|
|Software||Windows 11 Pro for Workstations 22H2|
|Benchmark Scores||Older build pic (with R9 5950X installed): https://i.imgur.com/yxc0HrZ.jpg|
Gaming performance of this processor looks really good, no doubt about it. I am currently using the Ryzen 5 1600 AF model. I have a question in mind. I want to play games and broadcast live. In this case I want to use the processor to broadcast live. As I am using the processor, there will be an FPS drop. Which processor would you buy now? Ryzen 7 5800X3D? Or is it the 12 Core Ryzen 9 5900X? I'm really undecided, I want you to give me advice.
5900X hands down if you plan on doing any sort of serious video encoding and/or streaming
Want to generate insane page clicks and draw a massive different audience to TPU? Call the next piece you write on the 5800x3d something along the lines of "Best Warzone and Apex Legends CPU" then compare it to the 12900ks. Do the testing with dual rank Bdie at 3600c14 on both platforms at 1080p and 1440p (None of us use 4k). People like me don't play anything that isn't a BR, we wake up EVERY SINGLE DAY and play Kovaaks aim trainer for at least 30 minutes, then lock in to no-life Battle Royale games. If I'm not sweating, I'm not having fun. Warzone is begging for the 5800x3d tests, you wouldn't believe how many youtube content creators have built careers off of sweat lords trying to squeeze 5 more frames out of their CPU for Warzone. I've been overclocking CPUs for 20 years but Warzone forced me spend 50 hours working on mastering Bdie subtimings to get my AIDA memory latency on Ryzen down to 53.4ns with 4 dimms.
I play with an army of guys that have spent over $3000 each on just Warzone hardware since the game came out. Maintaining 200+ FPS in Warzone is a right of passage in the overclocking community. At present, no Ryzen chips compare to a 12900k in Warzone, no matter how low you get your memory latency and no matter how high you push your boost clocks maintaining a minimum of 200 FPS in that game at 1080P is almost impossible on Ryzen. Test Warzone in the Port area of Caldera, it eats CPUs for breakfast.
If the 5800x3d can do 250fps with 220fps lows in Warzone I would happily pay $600 USD for it. There are hundreds of millions of "BR ONLY" gamers, I genuinely suspect the 5800x3d was made for us.
Okay, but you still reek of Gold IV, what a scrub doesn't even own Bloodhound's prestige skin smh
Nah for real, this chip really, really won't be such a big difference on Apex. Can't speak for Warzone as I don't play it, but Apex is fairly easy to run CPU-side. You want more GPU horsepower for it.