- Aug 22, 2015
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|System Name||eazen corp | Xentronon 7.0|
|Processor||AMD Ryzen 7 3700X // PBO max.|
|Motherboard||ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Plus|
|Cooling||Noctua NH-D14 SE2011 w/ AM4 kit // 3x Corsair AF140L case fans (2 blowing in, 1 out)|
|Memory||G.Skill Trident Z RGB 2x16 GB DDR4 3600, CL16-19-19-32-48-1T, 1.4 V|
|Video Card(s)||EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 // ~2000 MHz Core / 1476 MHz G5X|
|Storage||Silicon Power P34A80 1TB NVME/Samsung SSD 830 128GB&850 Evo 500GB&F3 1TB 7200RPM/Seagate 2TB 5900RPM|
|Display(s)||Samsung 27" Curved FS2 HDR QLED 1440p/144Hz&27" iiyama TN LED 1080p/120Hz / Samsung 40" IPS 1080p TV|
|Case||Corsair Carbide 600C, inverted design case|
|Audio Device(s)||HX Cloud Orbit S / Creative SB X AE-5 @ Teufel Concept F / Sony HD AVR @ PC & TV @ Teufel Theater 80|
|Power Supply||EVGA 650 GQ // semi-passive mode on|
|Mouse||Logitech G700 @ Steelseries DeX // XBox 360 Wireless Controller for Windows|
|Keyboard||Corsair K70 LUX RGB Mechanical Keyboard /w Cherry MX Brown switches|
|Software||Win 10 Pro|
|Benchmark Scores||10.498 Time Spy | P24.796 Firestrike | P31.547 3DM11 | X56.401 3DM Vantage Extreme|
I didn't say he is clueless, but he isn't always right either. You're offended and behaving like a little child that got his lolly stolen from him. Face it: games are using many cores since years, consoles played a integral part in fastening the advancement of 4+ Core support in games, it's a fact. I can see it in reviews, I can see it on my own machine. And your table doesn't mean anything, I don't think anything what you just said makes any sense, sorry.lol the guy who has been reviewing CPUs for one of the top tech sites on the internet is clueless but me the clueless fanboy knows exactly what he is talking about. Consoles used a glorified tablet CPU (AMD jaguar) that's reused from their previous units launched in 2013. Sony/MS gave it a small OC, around 25%, but the chip was intended for tablets and notebooks. You can continue on your immature hissy fit and rants but no one is taking you seriously.
Broadwell-E has no eDram, that was the original Broadwell, eg. i7 5775C processor. Quad Channel is unlikely to be the culprit, it doesn't really make a difference in games unless the other CPU had very slow Ram in comparison. Also only a few games are very bandwidth hungry, like BF series (BF4, BF1).So roughly 4-5% slower at same clock wich seems to be 2,8Ghz on both (they problably had to go that low because there are older processor in the test that may not do 4Ghz).
Oddly Broadwell-E was the fastest there in games wich i can't really explain vs 7700K. Quad-channe RAM, eDRAM helping maybe?