- Oct 21, 2005
- 6,700 (1.05/day)
|System Name||Computer of Theseus|
|Processor||Intel i9-12900KS: 50x Pcore multi @ 1.18Vcore (target 1.275V -100mv offset)|
|Motherboard||EVGA Z690 Classified|
|Cooling||Noctua NH-D15S, 2xThermalRight TY-143, 4xNoctua NF-A12x25,3xNF-A12x15, 2xAquacomputer Splitty9Active|
|Memory||G-Skill Trident Z5 (32GB) DDR5-6000 C36 F5-6000J3636F16GX2-TZ5RK|
|Video Card(s)||EVGA Geforce 3060 XC Black Gaming 12GB|
|Storage||1x Samsung 970 Pro 512GB NVMe (OS), 2x Samsung 970 Evo Plus 2TB (data 1 and 2), ASUS BW-16D1HT|
|Display(s)||Dell S3220DGF 32" 2560x1440 165Hz Primary, Dell P2017H 19.5" 1600x900 Secondary, Ergotron LX arms.|
|Case||Lian Li O11 Air Mini|
|Audio Device(s)||Audiotechnica ATH M50X + Antlion ModMic, Behringer 302USB Mixer|
|Power Supply||Super Flower Leadex Platinum SE 1000W 80+ Platinum White|
|Keyboard||Filco Majestouch 2 Tenkeyless Red|
|Software||Win 10 LTSC 21H2|
The 7000 series X3D are the one to look out for, if the 3dCache benefits your application.I'm a bit disappointed by this. It's comparable to the 12900k by the looks of things and that suggests 13900k is going to blow it out of the water.
It IS good for competition, however. It keeps Intel on their toes. It just might not be good for our wallets, since Intel could theoretically price the top tier 13th generation CPUs at higher than the top tier AMD CPUs.
I'm not planning on upgrading for a year or two (have a 10700k from my 2020 build), but if I were this fall/winter I would (even with Intel CPUs still not officially released) be buying Intel still.