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Im getting some real Pentium 4 vs Pentium III vibes lmao
Just been looking around at some local retailers. The model I want to buy is not available and I don't want to buy the higher priced ones. There's one data point I'd really like but it is too obscure for mainstream reviews. Even though many are happy to use Prime95 for max power, it seems no one uses (or understands) the built in benchmark. Can I request a Prime95 throughput benchmark? Set min/max FFT size to 128k, test HT off, rest can be default, reduce the duration to minimum of 5 seconds if desired as it doesn't really make a difference with adequate cooling. Observe running clock during the benchmark, optionally reported power. Bench output is the maximum iter/s (usually n workers, n cores at this FFT size).
Thanks, looking forward to it.The 11900K ran at 3.6 with 125W PL and 4.5 at 250W 90C+ as for benchmarks, I'm currently testing the 5800X to add to the data set but will start on mobos soon and I can do it then.
Quite sure that the retail Ryzen 7 5800X comes without a bundled cooler.Overclockers.com said:Comparing that to the Ryzen 7 5800X, which can be found for $489.00 on Newegg and comes with its own cooling solution, yields a $200+ difference.
Quite sure that the retail Ryzen 7 5800X comes without a bundled cooler.
Aye, I hear you fellow human.Thanks for catching it, Mac!
...we all make mistakes, Dave.
EDIT: ...we'd love some help with editing!
No need to apologise for such a minor thing, it's a real pity that AMD took away that purty RGB Prism cooler cos I happily recycle them to my lower end Ryzens.My apologies, AMD felt fit not to sample us with CPUs this time around so there wasn't any launch coverage or a lot of research done. I assumed the 8-core would come with a bundled cooler as they all have up until the 5000 series, even the 3900X has a bundled cooler.