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Nope, not the only ones.Vorthanion said:GW2 cities are the only ones that feel to scale like a real city would be. The rest feel more like instanced lobbies and hamlets with few npc's and even fewer PC's.
Another boring troll posting one liners without any argumentation. Nothing to see here.Mikeha said:Just another boring WoW clone. Nothing to see here.
If it's only a money problem, and not a performance problem, then I agree. There's none of the current Ryzen line that can compete with the top Intel processors. Sadly. Even thought they have more cores, both physical and logical, they underperform.Ozmodan said:Give me an AMD Ryzen any day of the week!Jean-Luc_Picard said:Possibly an old version of the bench. It's 20 cores with HT, sounds strange.Torval said:Surprised that 20 core Xeon scored so highly.More like Intel's Ego, maybe? Lemme guess... Ryzen owner? Do I need to point out that the non boosted 8700k also beats all the other processors?Vrika said:If you compare your overclocked processor against other processors running at stock speeds, then pick a test where your processor does as well as possible, it's a good way to boost your own ego.Jean-Luc_Picard said:The Ryzen where supposed to be the kings of 3D rendering... well, I feel sorry for that 1800x:
It's not an overclock btw, it's one parameter in the Z370 bios, "optimize muti core performance". It simply puts all cores at the maximum official turbo speed. And as said, it only gives it an edge on the non optimized 8700k, which still beats the crap out the competition at stock speed.
My ego is ok, but my customer satisfaction is definitely boosted. This is a top chipset with a top processor. My best upgrade since my 4790k.