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unseenmorbidity

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There is a clear difference between 60 and 144 fps...
There is also a clear difference between 1080p, 1440p, and 4k from 2 feet away. It's not like a tv that you sot 10ft away from!

Idk what this guy is talking about... There are plenty of ips and va 144hz monitors.
 
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If anything is going to benefit from 4K and high refresh rates it's VR, you literally have two displays shoved right next to your eye and unlike a monitor almost every pixel is spread across your eyes entire field of view, so you really need extra resolution in that case.
 
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Well, the deluded ppl here ran off anyone that wasn't horribly biased towards intel, so that extremely pessimistic outlook makes sense given this environment.

This "official" zen benchmark thread was a troll thread ffs!

I have been saying 5960x performance for months. I also told people that not only would it match that performance, but the flagship would be under $600!
Seriously?? Right now I see 4 Zen threads in this forum, so I hardly think the poor, abused amd fans have been "run out". And FYI, that so called "troll thread" has been taken over long ago with Zen hype.
 

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The difference is at 144fps most games need to add artificial motion blur so you don't get a headache as your brain can't process or your eyes track that fast. The other difference is a synched 60 hz IPS panel's image is just going to look a shit load better than a washed out crappy viewing angle 144hz TN panel. Now when they make REAL 120hz IPS panels, not that fake shit on HDTVs, then I would consider it for my next upgrade IF my gpu could drive it in the most demanding modern games. Anywho, back to Ryzen speculating on stable overclock speeds for 8 core/16 thread 1800X!
 

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The difference is at 144fps most games need to add artificial motion blur so you don't get a headache as your brain can't process or your eyes track that fast. The other difference is a synched 60 hz IPS panel's image is just going to look a shit load better than a washed out crappy viewing angle 144hz TN panel. Now when they make REAL 120hz IPS panels, not that fake shit on HDTVs, then I would consider it for my next upgrade IF my gpu could drive it in the most demanding modern games. Anywho, back to Ryzen speculating on stable overclock speeds for 8 core/16 thread 1800X!
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Agent-47

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Hey. AMD sandbagged. That's not 40% increase, that's more than 100pc compared to PD

Also the ram is 17-17-17. On a A320 board
 

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So a very different architecture than Intel's core indeed: at times better than Haswell (first two test), similar or worst in some cases. I wouldn't take take passmark as absolute benchmark value anyway given how it shows Haswell with better single thread performance (same clocks) than Kabylake in the slides above, we know that never happens in 99% of apps, so yeah it's a good indicator for Zen but that's all.
Anyone worried by prime numbers score? Branching etc, compared to brute calculus like integer test, where even old FX is shown to beat Kabylake already?
 

Agent-47

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Anyone worried by prime numbers score? Branching etc, compared to brute calculus like integer test, where even old FX is shown to beat Kabylake already?
Yes. This will be the downfall I am afraid. "Neural net" is not as good as Intel's. Its not much better than a FX

Also KL does not have lower score when you consider it has half as much cores compared to 5960x
 

ancapdev

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Yes. This will be the downfall I am afraid. "Neural net" is not as good as Intel's. Its not much better than a FX

Also KL does not have lower score when you consider it has half as much cores compared to 5960x
If it's a prime sieve algorithm it's probably more sensitive to memory latency than branching.
 

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If it's a prime sieve algorithm it's probably more sensitive to memory latency than branching.
I've already tested and provided details in this thread...... you people are like GOLD FISH i tell ya.

yes prime and the physics test are memory latency bound

again: ivb @ 4.3

i've got to go grab dinner, once i get back i'll run a 2133 or 2400 at high cas ( i have to my memory is rated 1800 10-11-10) to show 100% for sure its 100% latency because people keep trying to pretend the quad channel of broadwell-E actually matters.

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So a very different architecture than Intel's core indeed: at times better than Haswell (first two test), similar or worst in some cases. I wouldn't take take passmark as absolute benchmark value anyway given how it shows Haswell with better single thread performance (same clocks) than Kabylake in the slides above, we know that never happens in 99% of apps, so yeah it's a good indicator for Zen but that's all.
Anyone worried by prime numbers score? Branching etc, compared to brute calculus like integer test, where even old FX is shown to beat Kabylake already?
It's really strange. Passmark says that their prime numbers bench is pure integer, so it should do very well here based on the Integer Math bench.

All operations are performed using 64-bit integers. This test uses about 4MB of memory per core. The specific formula used for this test is the Sieve of Atkin with a limit of 32 million.
Maybe it's a memory bottleneck after all...
 
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