- Apr 2, 2008
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|Processor||Ryzen 9 5900X|
|Motherboard||MSI MEG X570|
|Cooling||Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280 (4x140 push-pull)|
|Memory||32GB Patriot Steel DDR4 3733 (8GBx4)|
|Video Card(s)||Asus TUF gaming 3080-12GB|
|Storage||Samsung 960 Pro 1TB, Crucial P1 1TB, WD 1TB sata.|
|Display(s)||LG Ultragear LG34850N nano-IPS 34" utrawide|
|Audio Device(s)||Xfi PCIe|
|Power Supply||Fractal Design ION Gold 850W|
|Mouse||Razer DeathAdder V2 Mini.|
|Software||Windows 10 21H1 & Windows 8.1|
|Benchmark Scores||Timespy - 14 552 | Firestrike Ultra - 8765 | Crystalmark - 3100/2200 Seq. & 64/311 QD1 ||
They are just slower fixed clocked cores, nothing special about them. The fact intel wont (or cant) give us 16 P-Core chips, just shows how good/effeiencent the Ryzen chiplet design is.ecores are energy efficient cores and these do boost MT performance.
With the rising costs of electricity, AMD are the clear winner here. I wont be looking at buying a CPU or GPU that favour power over efficiency to get the job done.