- Feb 3, 2017
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|Motherboard||ASUS ROG STRIX B550-I GAMING|
|Cooling||Alpenföhn Black Ridge|
|Memory||2*16GB DDR4-2666 VLP @3800|
|Video Card(s)||EVGA Geforce RTX 3080 XC3|
|Storage||1TB Samsung 970 Pro, 2TB Intel 660p|
|Display(s)||ASUS PG279Q, Eizo EV2736W|
|Case||Dan Cases A4-SFX|
|Power Supply||Corsair SF600|
|Mouse||Corsair Ironclaw Wireless RGB|
|VR HMD||HTC Vive|
Tried out of curiosity, in CPU-Z my 5600G gets 570 and 4485, so those supposedly 12400 scores are 19% faster in ST and 11% faster in MT.also a locked 12400 beating a 5600X on price perf value? well if the gap is in double digit and noticeable in daily usage ... yeah sure ...
5600 is ~230$ for me atm 5600X is ~285$ given a choice even a 5600G would be just as good as that 12400 if IGP is needed at ~275$
5600G vs 5600X is an interesting dynamic. In my experience the frequencies end up pretty much the same but where cache matters, 5600X is measurably faster. That includes games.
Edit: My 5600G Cinebench R20 results are 21-22% lower.