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    i9-11900K games performance leak on Youtube

    Todays new i9-11900K test. Very interesting and similar to Zen2/Zen3 is memory divider or what is ever it

    Motherboard AORUS Z490-PRO with beta BIOS from date 31.12.2020

    Cinebench R20 results

    SSD test on Samsung 980 PRO

    Games with RTX3080 on WQHD (first game is WoW?)

    CS:GO and also PUBG in two frame sections

    Tomb raider

    What do u think?

    ROG Power PCs - Intel and AMD
    CPUs:i9-7900X, i9-9900K, i7-6950X, i7-5960X, i7-8086K, i7-8700K, 4x i7-7700K, i3-7350K, 2x i7-6700K, i5-6600K, R7-2700X, 4x R5 2600X, R5 2400G, R3 1200, R7-1800X, R7-1700X, 3x AMD FX-9590, 1x AMD FX-9370, 4x AMD FX-8350,1x AMD FX-8320,1x AMD FX-8300, 2x AMD FX-6300,2x AMD FX-4300, 3x AMD FX-8150, 2x AMD FX-8120 125 and 95W, AMD X2 555 BE, AMD x4 965 BE C2 and C3, AMD X4 970 BE, AMD x4 975 BE, AMD x4 980 BE, AMD X6 1090T BE, AMD X6 1100T BE, A10-7870K, Athlon 845, Athlon 860K,AMD A10-7850K, AMD A10-6800K, A8-6600K, 2x AMD A10-5800K, AMD A10-5600K, AMD A8-3850, AMD A8-3870K, 2x AMD A64 3000+, AMD 64+ X2 4600+ EE, Intel i7-980X, Intel i7-2600K, Intel i7-3770K,2x i7-4770K, Intel i7-3930KAMD Cinebench R10 challenge AMD Cinebench R15 thread Intel Cinebench R15 thread

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    I wounder if that comes from preparing for ddr5
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    I'm thinking the PCI Express is running at a slow speed on 11900K for this performance.. or they're playing a part of the game that's highly random.

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    Straight up looks like a meme CPU, afaik they couldn't make it 10c20t anymore because of the increased die space the new iGPU takes up, it would have been better if they made a version without that to keep it 10c20t. Making a kf version also doesn't alleviate that as those still have the iGPU on them, just disabled.

    I bought a 10900K last year because my Z390 mobo failed, and I took a refund to upgrade instead. Huge buyers remorse now thanks to the 5900x / 5950c. Not at all bothered about the lack of PCI-E 4.0 though.



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