What is currently the best gaming CPU on the market to date on the INTEL side money being no object?
Well if you are talking 1151 socket I guess what ever you find in stock these days. I'd guess this Intel Core i9-9900K Coffee Lake Processor 3.6GHz model will do.What is currently the best gaming CPU on the market to date on the INTEL side money being no object?
How do you figure?The only thing we know is that AMD improved the cinebench r15 results to match an 9900k ,zen 1 already was within 10% of cinebench scores but a lot of games run 40-50% faster on intel.Depends. If all you are interested in is a benchmark score, the 9900k is the cpu to beat (at this point) but with Zen2 3rd gen AMD right around the corner, that might be short-lived.
What a bogus arbitrary standard? People don't get 9900Ks to run on a 60hz monitor. They are doing this for the high fps and every one counts. The sweet spot everyone knows and wants is the 144hz 1440p, and AMD always comes up short for that... There's exactly no difference between a R5 1600 pulling 100fps and a 9900k pulling 200fps on a standard 60Hz monitor.
CS:go is 50% faster and a lot of other games are 20-30% faster.No. They do not run 40-50% faster.
There are plenty of posts in this very forum where people with even high core count systems close every program before playing a game...They are used on clean OS that's not running all the other junk ppl use, like AV or other fps robbing processes and services. And they are run at stock values, not taking OC into consideration.
Yes it matters if you can run code 30-40-50% faster because GPUs become faster over time and the number of games with this kinds of differences increases.I run CSGO at a solid 300fps. On an i7-3770K. Does it matter if I could get 400fps with a 9700k? That's a benchmark speed that has Zero bearing
In real world values, there's not a single person on the planet who could look at 2 games simultaneously and tell the difference between 140fps and 150fps. Most ppl can't tell the difference of any fps over @ 100. Only a benchmark will.
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