What absolute nonsense. Ryzen doesn't "suck" for high FPS gaming. I know that for a fact, having owned a 2700X and a 1080 Ti paired with a 1440p/165Hz monitor until I sold everything recently. What you actually mean is it's sligtly slower than a top end Intel chip clocked at 5GHz. That certainly doesn't equal "sucks" by any means. Ryzen still pushes extremely high framerates and provides a great gaming experience, and rarely held back my 1080 Ti in anything. Only a drooling fanboy would claim that it "sucks" just because you can do slightly better by paying a lot more. Keep justifying that 9900K purchase to yourself, kid.It's the main reason Ryzen still sucks for high fps gaming. When CPU becomes the bottleneck, Ryzen chokes and gimps the fps. Even at 4.3 GHz on all cores, which is higher than average. Tested and tried, with 3400/CL14 memory.