CPU Moderator, VC&G Moderator, Elite Member
- May 16, 2002
So in this one game, representative of all b Bizzard games, the slowest AMD CPU tested did 214 fps compared to 253 fps for the fastest Intel. You think without an FPS counter any normal human could even tell the difference ? we used to want 60 fps mins, and the slowest AMD does 125 fps.Everything depends on the perspective and optimization.
In case of Overwatch, and in general - Blizzard games, equally clocked part from Intel will behave much, much better than equally clocked CPU from AMD,, that has twice the amount of threads. In Overwatch, 8400/9400F, are not competing with 3600/3600X from AMD. They are competing with 3800X, and even higher.
Lightly threaded games. Its just that.
I have no idea why you can justify saying "much, much better" when its not even possible to tell the difference.