If you game only and do nothing more, 7600X is marginally better. Nothing to worry too much about. You will, however, not be able to upgrade from 13600K.7600x beats x3d and raptor lake according to this video, in highs, in lows, everything. as long as you pair with ddr5 6000 cas 30... how come I didn't realize this when I bought my 13600k on launch day... im so fucking confused right now. ugh my head hurts.
True that.You made no mistake with this choice. 13600K is much better all-rounder beating 7600X by a lot in multi core workloads and providing great performance in games.
Doubtful. HUB recent tests giver edge to 7600X in gaming.Here you can read a review in which the testing methodology in games is based on finding the most cpu heavy scenarios (not built-in benchmarks like so many reviewers like to do) to show differences between different cpus and as you will see 13600K performs really solid better than 7600X in games