Intel Core i9-10900K CPU Review & Benchmarks: Gaming, Overclocking vs. AMD Ryzen 3900X & More

by birtanpublished on August 29, 2020

Intel is continuing to bring the heat both literally and figuratively this time with its 10 9 RK and the rest of the 10 series of core Intel parts these will be competing with the Andes risin 3000 CPUs at present we have a separate in depth deep dive on the 10 600 K which

Is Intel's new sub $300 i5 part and that's coming up later today at time of publishing and that has really interesting implications for the r5 3600 the 3700 acts and the viability of Intel in the i5 space changing from previously

But for the 10 900k that's an important part too because the new flagship so we're starting there the 10 900k the 10 core 20 thread part and it is explicitly different from the 10 900 X which is a 10 core 20 thread part but there's a

Letter that's different and that changes everything so it's a different socket different chipset and everything else just want to get that clear before we keep going because there's a lot of confusion about that and rightly so

Intel's naming is horrible right now but we'll be looking at at uh 900 I oh man I just did it 900 K and today's video and that's gonna be on the max 12 extreme motherboard including some overclocking thermals with die sanding analysis for

Quartic or deltas and power consumption gaming and more before that this video is brought to you by coursers hydro x water cooling series of course our strength is bringing water cooling to the masses and it has built out cooling

Solutions with industry leaders to help newcomers get into open-loop cooling of course hair has fittings adaptors GP water blocks CPU water blocks pump has combos and radiators all available in the hydraulics line as you can see in

Our footage these kits can be used to build the beautiful open loop systems learn more at the link of the description below so as stated our core focus is gonna be on benchmarks we have some interesting thermal data for you we

Have frequency data to show how a TVV works or thermal velocity boost and that goes up to five point three gigahertz sometimes on the 10900 k and what that means is with a threshold of 70 degrees Celsius we can show a spec sheet for

This from Intel but you're at 53 X for the multiplier on at least one core under 70 C and then you're at 52 over it and we'll show you all those numbers to explain how they work there's a lot of really

Challenging bios issues with this launch so one of the biggest issues we had getting into the review was almost daily updates from some of the board manufacturers where everybody had broken BIOS everybody had updates it honestly

Felt like the risin 1000 series launched where with rising 1000 series constantly we had things that were broken and we had to retest and redo all of our work and that was happening here so it's weird because AMD almost has the more

Mature platform right now despite Z 490 basically being literally being a reskin of Z 390 there's only one difference in the whole chipset and that's the Wi-Fi inclusion so the issues were running into MSI's boards out of

Box sometimes didn't hit TVV they didn't do 5.3 ACS board was having issues where sometimes if you didn't set the settings quite the right way it would just default to turning that off and you'd max at 5.1 we had issues we're loading

BIOS profiles like basically stock except with memory timings loading them versus setting them manually executed in different ways we're on at least as an AC board we were working with early on the scoring was pretty dramatically

Different so definitely our biggest complaint with this one was the BIOS and the fantastic mess that it was motherboard manufacturers seem like something's like they either didn't have enough time or

They don't care and either way the BIOS was a mess this time and we don't typically see that except like rise and 1000 launch and then really old Intel platforms but anyway there's a lot of testing to do we're not going to read

You the spec sheet on what these CPS are the cost of the 10 900k supposed to be out 500 dollars the 1k unit pricing is what Intel lists that is not the same as the retail pricing they list for 88 so expect to pay between 500 and maybe 540

Depending on how retailers feel like how much they feel like I can make and then for the rest of the specs we should have popped a table up at some point with Intel's 10 9 hardcase specs but otherwise you can check our previous

Video or article with the rundown on the basics including information on the die sanding that Intel is doing to bring the silicon closer to the substrate and thicken the IHS on only the case queue parts and that has a big impact on

Thermals which is where we're going to start for this review we should test Intel's new die sanding technique to see how it impacted thermals we previously showed it deleted ten 900k and explained that the silicon has been brought closer

To the IHS and that the IHS is also thicker as a result we remark that this should improve core decor Delta's which would improve overclocking potential by lowering limits encountered from thermal Headroom of course this will vary chip

To chip from soldering differences as well and we plot the individual cores and then zoom the chart to a forty to seventy degree range we can get a closer look at the quartic or Delta's in the ten 900k stock this zoom is to help with

Visibility we realize that it's suboptimal for comparative presentation but for this style of chart we need the granularity the range isn't as bad as we saw with the 1980s see which plotted upwards and beyond thirty to forty C

Core decor in our testing here at our max range is fifty-three to about forty six with the average closer to fifty three and forty eight that's only a five degree core to core range but for perspective we need more charts in this

One we're adding the ninety nine hundred case stock sustained at ninety four watts after tau expiry and the ten nine hundred KOC at about 360 noit's for the EPS 12-volt cables that's roughly our max overclock without using an exotic

Cooling the ten nine hundred K is at maximum range is the data from the previous chart the ninety nine hundred K plots below that unsurprisingly because it's a lower power load and the ten 900k with a 316 wild overclock has at a

Maximum corticoid Delta of ninety degrees that's insane in our experience we've run into chips ranging between sixteen and forty c 4 quarter core Delta's depending on the SKU and the CPU and some of this 9 c gap

Is probably thanks to intel's improvements although we could have also gotten lucky without a larger sample size we don't know but either way nine degrees toward a core max at 316 watts is really good we need to talk about

What the CP is supposed to do and the intel cpus have gotten advanced to the point of it being confusing whether they're running at official spec lately official spec is also confusing since there really isn't one there's official

Guidance for motherboard manufacturers but as far as a spec our definition is that we run intel with in PL one PL 2 and tau or turbo time expiry as the by Intel we do similar for AMD but the

Terminology changes we obtained a tool through our contacts that helps verify if the CPU is actually running at full Intel stock settings because you could otherwise end up testing in a scenario which blasts the power limit and ignores

Tau at which point it's no longer valid test its MCE here's what that command lines will spits out this is what the i-9 10900 k under stock cpu settings the only thing we've tuned is our RAM to fit the standardized CPU review timings and

Speeds the target results is under each line so we see PL 1 is 125 watts PL 2 is 250 watts or 1.25 x times PL 1 tau is 56 seconds and we see that only core 8 and core 9 should hit 5.3 gigahertz under full boost allowance we need to make

Sure this CPU is working again as expected prior to continuing so we'll begin with Cinebench our 20 mapped against each core to evaluate its peak clock under a single threaded work look well show a simplified version of this

Nie illegible chart in a second these charts will all be zoomed in drastically to help make the peaks in a data more visible although it's still a lot of lines on the chart in this one you can see that the base clock is running at

4.9 gigahertz for the 10900 K and our maximum is 12 board boost is often heading about 50 100 megahertz with a few spikes 250 300 megahertz under TVB parameters the average sustains clock is five point one gigahertz boost

Well the TVB 5.3 gigahertz frequency is executing occasionally we'd expect a more prominent 5.3 gigahertz average versus this particularly since we're below 70 degrees Celsius and within the power budget and tau a 56 seconds at the

Beginning but there's a bit of a caveat in that this is an AV X workload our xx is only core 8 and core 9 hit 5.3 gigahertz which is actually what the Intel defaults dictate on to the previous screen shot for at least this

Specific CPU we're not sure if any of the other CPUs may reassign the 2 TVB cores based upon silicon quality so maybe you'll see Core 1 & 2 instead but either way this is how it's supposed to work on our note that again our xx uses

A V X and our 15 does not so this is limited in the reach that TVB would output here's a simplified chart this one shows only the maximum frequency of any given core during the workload as shown we're closer to 5 point 1

Gigahertz average with a V X and a bench are 21 T with spikes occasionally to 5.3 gigahertz next chart is for blender and all core workload we're showing the average all core frequency because this is a

Tile-based renderer that loads each thread with one tile so we're in a 100% CPU load scenario the result is an average all core frequency of about forty 156 to forty 170 megahertz for reference we'll plot the ninety-nine

Hundred K as well the 900k held an average of about thirty nine seventy three to four thousand megahertz all core so this is an all core frequency bump of about 150 to 170 megahertz on additional two cores and

Four threads which is a significant improvement when considering intel left is pricing alone for the ten nine hundred K at least it should be about the same but we'll see how retail lines up our gaming tests will start with

Total war three kingdoms and its campaign benchmark at 1080p the ten nine hundred K stock CPU plots at 147 FPS average for this one ranking it between the 99 hundred K at five point one gigahertz and 9700 K at the same

Frequency the frame times aren't meaning fully changed and are mostly within run to run variants overclocking to 5.2 gigahertz shows that this game still has a little bit more room to scale with frequency so we're not as limited by

Realistic GPU bottlenecks as we will be elsewhere the ten nine hundred K a 5.2 gigahertz improves the scoring by three point seven percent with five point three gigahertz within range and the mostly occupies the lower half of the

Chart with the 3900 X being the closest competitor to price and ranking at 121 FPS average stock or 123 overclocked Andy is hitting a wall sooner than Intel here partly thanks to latency involved across C CX and partly because of GPU

Overhead last year's 10 900 X meanwhile remains trash as it always was our next one is hitman two this is one of the few games where we could establish enough Headroom to easily show a difference without bouncing off the GPU in this

Instance the 10900 K at stock settings is the new chart-topper at 141 FPS average I'll be it with occasional drops to the lows the 9900 K s stock CPU runs 130 FPS average allowing the stock 10900 K an

Improvement of 8.4% the five points you gigahertz overclock improves by three percent with the five point three gigahertz am i stable all core OC pushing another couple FPS the 9900 k OC previously landed at 135 FPS

Average so the 10900 K is an improvement over Intel's last processor and these the 100 axes it's closest competition and price and performance and establishes the cap for AMD the 10900 case stock

Leads the 3100 ax stock by 13.5 percent although we anticipate a role reversal in the production benchmarks sieve 6 is next – measured with turn times rather than frame rates in this one the 10900 K completes the average turn in about

Twenty nine point nine seconds when fully stock our benchmarks with Civ have a standard deviation of fractions of a second so the difference between the 9900 K at five point one and ten nine hundred K stock is a real one but not

Particularly meaningful for the user versus the ninety-nine hundred case stock result of thirty point six seconds we now see a time reduction of two point three percent the ten nine hundred k OC improves from stock further with a time

Reduction of five percent and these 3900 acts at stock and four point three gigahertz ends up being the highest performing Rison part allowing the ten nine hundred k stock cpu a lead of about five point four percent there's really

Not much difference between all these chart toppers F 1 20 19 is up now this is another one that doesn't really hit hard bottlenecks but it runs ridiculous frame rates where it starts to become questionable how useful the data is

Outside of establishing empirical Delta's either way the 10900 stock does scale it runs 276 FPS average whereas the 1900 K and 9700 K were functionally equivalent at 268 269 FPS average the 10900 K has no meaningful difference in

Frame time consistency or loads from the previous series the overclock also scales here are posting a gain of four and a half percent over stock as becoming bound at the top-end by the GPU we think that I a hundred K runs about

280 FPS average and there's no appreciable change in performance versus the 1900 K or 97 Hart K for the player but there is technically immeasurable between those and the 10900 K it's just that stops the matter if you can't

Actually notice it the AMD parts meanwhile top out at 239 FPS average with the 3700 X the 10900 stock CPU leads the 3900 active stock CPU by 16% in a relatively unconstrained game in scenario which is all that this is

Really useful for establishing at 1440p the top end of the results is truncated as a result of the imposed GPU load the 10900 K still ends up being the chart leader although it's basically tied with a 1900 k OC and not much better than a

Stock night under K or 9700 K both of which are GB about the AMD CPUs are bound further down the stack by latency and some other overhead involved with GPU comms so the gap favors Intel by about nine to 13 percent

Depending on which I am the r7 or r9 CPU were looking at here's the division – now we get into a game where the usefulness of the best gaming CPU begins to show its realistic limits until Nvidia releases the r-tx 3000 series

This is where we're stuck we're already running this game at medium settings which seems unlikely for everyone except for FPS snobs when talking about a $500 CPU and likely a high on GPU even in this instance the 1900 K + 10 910 the

Limitations imposed by the GPU we can no longer see a difference because we're more bound by another component when the CPU bounces off the GPU limit than anything else they're the same and so the 10 900 k provides no further value

Over the 9900 K even in frame time consistency and and lows you would need another game or application that can hit higher frame rates with less CPU load or he would need a new video card the AMD CPUs closed in at around 180 to 189

Although this isn't useful data as a strict CPU benchmark because we impose a variable rather than eliminating one it is useful data to establish the realistic expectations that a higher-end CPU doesn't always break the barrier

Here's 1440p for the same game more of the same story here they're all the same at the top and AMD and Intel are effectively equal in terms of appreciable differences Intel technically has more consistent frame

Times and better loads but not to a visible degree for the majority of players Shadow the Tomb Raider gives us another modern game to work with for this one the 10900 case stock and OC results end

Up within run to run variants and are equal they outdo the 9900 case stock CPU by about 6.5 percent and outdo the OC marginally so it is better the ten nine okay and at the same price that's a good

Thing Intel has improved at this time Andy's first appearance is the 3700 ax at 149 FPS average which is about tied with the embarrassingly bad 10900 ax from previously not the K that gives Intel stock 10900 K elite of about

Nineteen and a half percent over the stock 3,700 X CPU and the 3900 ax OC is similarly distant so Intel maintains in this generation another lead over AMD for at least gaming benchmarks we'll stop there for the gaming tests

We've established a pattern mostly that the 10900 K is the new chart-topper and that's really not surprising we've also however established that the 10900 K and the 9900 K and we're close we're a GPU

Behind as present are obviously going to be the same as is the case then a GPU bind but the fact is these CPUs are getting fast enough where you need to be an FPS snob of playing a highly competitive game and that's not a disc

That's the reality of what the type of player is who would need to really benefit from these parts and only then can the differences emerge or when the 3000 series comes out and there is something to be said for planning for

The future but there's no need to go through the rest of the games so let's get into production and power workload since the game is i've established a pattern production benchmarks are next the 10900 k will be more directly

Competing with the 3900 accent 3950 x here although the 3900 x is the most price – price competition we're starting with blender which is a tile-based renderer that scales with each thread present

Each thread gets its own tile in the cycles renderer and so we see not linear but pretty direct scaling the 10900 k stock cpu finishes our GN monkeyhead render which is a custom-made stress task for the cpu in about eleven point

Eight minutes that puts it as improved about nine percent reduced time over the ten nine hundred x which has an asterisk because we want to rerun it for accuracy our error for that one is about 0.5 but a nine percent reduction for a ten core

Cpu in the same kind of generation is pretty good the 10900 ax which we called DOA at launch now looks even more DOA outside of the cheap PCIe lanes the 3900 x stock cpu out matches the ten nine hundred k stock cpu at nine point six

Minutes a time reduction of nineteen percent stock to stock OC – Oh see the delta reduces to nine percent benefitting still Andy but Intel gets closer not close enough though it's getting beaten in value for this

Application regarding the 99 K though the stock the stock advantage is about four minutes or a 23 percent reduction the GN logo render is next for this one we have additional data present from the threader for CPUs the 59 DX is obviously

A chart topper from it's 64 threads with each getting a tile that it can render that's out of the price classification obviously of the 10900 k so it's not a comparison but it gives perspective the time 900k stock cpu runs at fifteen

Point four minutes and it reduces time required by eighteen percent with a five point two gigahertz all Oh see down to twelve point six minutes the 10900 X runs closer to the ten 900k in this variant of our test but the more

Expensive 10 900 X still loses the 3900 X stock CPU at eleven point four minutes out does the stock ten hundred K well the reduction of twenty six percent you'd be better off with the cheaper 3900 X if you find yourself doing a lot

Of tile based rendering on CPUs although CUDA is supported blender now has improved support for simultaneous loading of the CPU and GPU on the same frame so you could actually get a benefit from using both of them and not

Just CUDA anymore you could also render in opposing directions with two instances for an animation so there's still usefulness for a CPU having higher render speed the ten nine hundred KS stock to stock is about 21% quicker than

The united case stock so it's meaningfully more versatile than intel's previous high-end if you wanted a gaming box that's also a competent renderer if you want a rendering box first go with the 3900 X Adobe Premiere and Adobe

Media encoder are next using two real projects that GM rendered for our YouTube channel the first is a 1080p 60 render from an Eng shoot at a convention so if you do work similar to what we do these would be useful data points to see

How long it takes to render stuff the 10900 k stock cpu completes the render three point four minutes with an overclock affecting little change at three point three minutes the 10900 k stock is close to the 1900

Km serie Zulte and better than the 9900 k stock three point nine minute results by twelve point eight percent time reduced the 10900 x ends up at three point eight minutes and is beaten by the time nine hundred K without issue

Even with its memory bandwidth that Vantage in the former the 3900 X ends up about tied with the ten nine hundred K winning in price but not performance and the 3950 X leads both with a reduction of about twelve percent at 4k the chart

Gets more exaggerated the ten nine hundred K stock finishes the render nine point eight minutes or nine with an overclocked that's a meaningful eight percent reduction and gets the ten nine hundred K roughly tied with the 3900 X

Stock and overclocked Albia at higher power consumption and we'll look at that in a few minutes the ten nine hundred acts meanwhile takes ten point two minutes to finish allowing the ten nine hundred K another

Lead Photoshop is next this test tends to favor Intel still despite premieres multi-threaded improvements Photoshop likes higher frequency processors benefits directly as is always easy to illustrate with the lack of difference

Between the 900k and 9700 K at 5.1 gigahertz in this instance the stock ten hundred K is functionally equivalent to the stock 99 RK their scores are within run to run variance and error the overclock gets us a bit higher but not

Near the 9900 KOC this doesn't make a ton of logical sense but it does match other issues we had constantly during reviewing the CPU it's all over the place sometimes in unpredictable ways and we retested the 10900 k at least two

To three additional times for every single benchmark we do a minimum of four iterations for some of these tests so that's a lot of retesting we suspect that at least here BIOS is problematic or immature in these early stages and we

Suspect that performance may improve with time certainly out of box the 10900 K wasn't as stable or as consistent as the 9900 K is nearly identical run to run performance so for now it's behind in Photoshop and additional retesting

Produced about the same results 7-zip a compression and decompression are next this is measured in MIPS or millions of instructions per second the 10900 K under stock settings runs 82,000 MIPS with overclocking granting a direct 6

Point 3 percent improvement to 87,000 MIPS the 10 900 X runs a bit behind at 80 K MIPS and the 10 900 case stock improves over the 9900 case doc by 21.9% as for the 3900 X doc CPU there's a 24% performance advantage versus the 10900 K

Stock CPU and the 3900 xoc doesn't really move the bar but OC to OC the 300 X still leads the 5.2 gigahertz 10900 K by 17% decompression is next the threader for CPUs are still blowing out the scale and the 3990 X remains limited

By bandwidth we think as for the relevant CPUs today the 10900 case stock result runs 103 km it's so the overclock jumps by 15% that's noteworthy improvement for an OC on a process this refined the 10 900 X meanwhile gets

Drags behind at 94,000 mips and that's just behind the 3700 xcp you with the 3900 X leading the 10900 K stock to stock by a massive 40% MD is far ahead at the same price here so if you're doing a lot of

Decompression and compression work and not as much high FPS game it's probably best to go AMD for this kind of work chromium code compiled with Clinton CL and ninjas next this is measured in

Minutes to complete the full code compiled so like rendering benchmarks lower is better for this one tested on Windows the 10900 k stock cpu completes the compile in 82 minutes a bit faster than the 5.1 gigahertz 9900 k result and

22% faster than the stock 9900 k at 105 minutes overclocking at 10900 k reduces time required by 9.5 percent although the stock 3900 act still leads both sets of results at 65 minutes required that's 21 percent less time to

Compile than the 10900 k stock cpu with a multiplier only overclocked on the 3900 acts providing no value the 3900 acts overall though has a strong lead handbrake is next where we're doing a video transcode to h.265 this is

Measured in minutes again there are some issues with handbrake and multi-threading on high core count CPUs that we may revisit later some optimizations can be done in our benchmark for this one but it's

Relatively unmodified for the transcoding test now options in the future might include spawning multiple instances for threaded for CPUs for example for now the 10900 k a stock cpu completes the transcode in 13 minutes

Improved over the stock 900 K by 17% time reduced the 10900 ax is comparable to the 10900 k this time with the 10900 k OC pushing up to eleven point five minutes reduction of 12 percent versus stock as for the 3900 ax that one

Finishes in twelve point eight minutes marking it as functionally equivalent to a ten nine hundred k the overclocks gives a ten nine hundred k an advantage of seven percent time reduced v-ray will be kept brief this is another rendering

Application and is comparable to blender but is now measured in case apples so higher is better the 309 TX blows out the scale giving a sense of maximum performance the 10900 case stock CPU bought 17,000 K samples

Functionally equivalent with the 10 900 X there might be some benefit to the bandwidth here so maybe that's why we're seeing in this application that 10900 axe does relatively better than elsewhere the ten hundred k OC nearly

Matches the stock 39 headed axe at 19 k the 20k points and stock for stock the 3900 axe has an advantage of 17 percent power testing is up next for this we measure the EPS 12-volt cables rather than the wall so our measurement is

Closer to the actual CPU power consumption we don't account for vrm efficiency losses but we use high-end boards and all of our tests so these are relatively minor our blender all core workload for power is up first for this

We run the test for 5 minutes to ensure Tao has expired on any CPUs with boosting duration limits this brings the power consumption lower as compared to a shorter workload which is next neither is correct or incorrect it's

Just that the power is higher within Tao and lower outside of it Intel justifies this by referencing the soak time of the IHS the 10900 k stock CPU pulls about 130 watts and blender here whereas the 90 100 K stock Seaview pulled about 94

Watts this is roughly equal to Intel's TDP for each and it can be thought of as a rough one-to-one actual power consumption if outside of Tao the 3950 X falls similar power to the 10 900k while the 3900 x poles about 150 watts in this

Regard Intel's running below and these power consumption and so has an efficiency advantage note that the 3950 x draws less power than the 3900 X partially due to silicon quality and the reduced voltage required

To sustain the clocks overclock in the 10 900k pushes it to 317 watts with our 1.3 won't get that's needed to hold the 5.2 gigahertz all core that's a lot of heat we were close to the limit of our X 62 for this a shorter power load is

Measured in the early stages of Cinebench our 20 multi-threaded it be the same at the beginning of the blender run or similar AVX loads within tau the 10 900k pulls about 200 watts here while the 3900 X pulls about 150 watts during

This window if the load is under 56 seconds lon the 10 900k will boost higher temporarily that'll require more power than the 3900 X and extra 70 watts there is a big jump so probably don't use MCE unless you have a good cooling

Solution the 9900 case stock pulled 155 watts in this short-term test so concluding that a state of the 10 600 K is really the one that's interesting and we just got finished filming that around the same time we were just getting

Finished only this one it's been a crazy few days so the 10 600 K keep an eye out for that coverage because there are a lot of implications that are interesting for Intel it's actually coming back to market it's trying to make a show of

Force the 10 series feels like a bit of a stopgap solution up until rocket lake which is reportedly supposed to stock it into the LGA 1200 g4 9 keyboards that have just come out with

His lodge in fact as rocks marketing materials directly state that so even though it's a bit of a stopgap Intel is a bit back in the game in some ways but the ten nine hundred K is mostly a direct fall to the Niner K and it's

About the same price which is good but the performance is difficult to show scaling we can make it show scale an f1 for example in a hitman – for example the scaling exists it is definitely the quote best gaming CPU right now as for

How valid that is well objectively it's valid empirically it's valid but when it starts getting difficult to show the differences there is definitely a real-world aspect that you need to consider as well and it may be the case

That a10 600k makes more sense if you're just gaming if you're an absolute FPS snob and you don't care about anything except highest possible frame rate at which point you will become CPU behind at some point then the 1000 K makes a

Lot of sense but it's expensive for someone who's just gaming it's fully competent as a production workload chip but it is outperformed and outmatched by the 3900 X in nearly every instance so the 3900 ax is what we would recommend

You purchase if you're doing things that are more production heavy if you're doing things that are more like blender and you don't have applications that directly benefit from that frequency and even the ones that do the extra two

Cores for threads on the 3900 X which is by the way about $100 cheaper work well it was when we checked that the numbers at the time of writing that's it's just a more compelling part for those kinds of workloads for gaming technically the

10900 K is the leadership part it drops in exactly where the 9900 K was where we recommended the 9900 a where we recommend the 10900 K despite its name and being absolutely horrible maybe we should call the ten 1990 to do is come

Back and look at this for the 10 600 K and you can check our other video later in the day for that with additional depth on how all of it works I've got some more overclocking we're gonna be doing – and we've already pushed one of

These CPUs to seven gigahertz so you can check back for that video when it goes up shortly the ten Einhard K is objectively good but it is competitively not in the best spot you can justify it but it really

Requires a specific target use case in production the 3900 X is the victor and in gaming technically this one wins but how how deep that victory is depends on what you're looking for in a cpu and how much you care about the absolute highest

End of FPS as opposed to a GPU bottleneck because you care about graphics so that's it for this one thanks for watching subscribe for more if you want to support this type of really in-depth long-form work we've

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