- Jan 5, 2006
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|System Name||AlderLake / Laptop|
|Processor||Intel i7 12700K P-Cores @ 5Ghz / Intel i3 7100U|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Master / HP 83A3 (U3E1)|
|Cooling||Noctua NH-U12A 2 fans + Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut Extreme + 5 case fans / Fan|
|Memory||32GB DDR5 Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 6000MHz CL36 / 8GB DDR4 HyperX CL13|
|Video Card(s)||MSI RTX 2070 Super Gaming X Trio / Intel HD620|
|Storage||Samsung 980 Pro 1TB + 970 Evo 500GB + 850 Pro 512GB + 860 Evo 1TB x2 / Samsung 256GB M.2 SSD|
|Display(s)||23.8" Dell S2417DG 165Hz G-Sync 1440p / 14" 1080p IPS Glossy|
|Case||Be quiet! Silent Base 600 - Window / HP Pavilion|
|Audio Device(s)||Panasonic SA-PMX94 / Realtek onboard + B&O speaker system / Harman Kardon Go + Play / Logitech G533|
|Power Supply||Seasonic Focus Plus Gold 750W / Powerbrick|
|Mouse||Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Laser wireless / Logitech M330 wireless|
|Keyboard||RAPOO E9270P Black 5GHz wireless / HP backlit|
|Software||Windows 11 / Windows 10|
|Benchmark Scores||Cinebench R23 (Single Core) 1936 @ stock Cinebench R23 (Multi Core) 23006 @ stock|
AMD's issue isn't really performance, its pricing. Their 6 core processor is essentially competition for Intel's 13400 processor, their 8 core is the actual competitor to Intel's 13600, etc... Their core counts are too low to compete with Intel on value and performance in multithreaded apps.
The 7600x need to realistically be $200 to be worthwhile, the 7700x needs to be $300 and motherboards from the B series need to start as low as $120 in order to have any sucess. At this point Intel is just the better purchase, I don't see why anyone would go for the Ryzen 7000 series over Intel's 13000 series.
Also Intel still has DDR4 support, which may be a reason to go Intel afterall for some with the more affordable motherboards, AM5 requires DDR5, 6000MHz the sweetspot I believe they say...