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Snapdragon
X Elite 80100 - Good 1 hr ago.
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— These are early user benchmarks for the new Snapdragon ARM-based CPUs for Windows. These tests were run in x86 compatibility mode so it’s fair to assume at least a 20% performance penalty vs. native ARM applications. Nonetheless, the results provide an approximate indication of performance for x86 applications running on the new ARM Oryon platform. Compared to the 28-watt Meteor Lake Core Ultra 5 125H, the ARM platform shows improved latency but lags in both single and multi-core performance.

Snapdragon
X Plus 64100 - Good 1 hr ago.
Processors

— These are early user benchmarks for the new Snapdragon ARM-based CPUs for Windows. These tests were run in x86 compatibility mode so it’s fair to assume at least a 20% performance penalty vs. native ARM applications. Nonetheless, the results provide an approximate indication of performance for x86 applications running on the new ARM Oryon platform. Compared to the 28-watt Meteor Lake Core Ultra 5 125H, the ARM platform shows improved latency but lags in both single and multi-core performance.

Snapdragon
X Elite 78100 - Good 1 hr ago.
Processors

— These are early user benchmarks for the new Snapdragon ARM-based CPUs for Windows. These tests were run in x86 compatibility mode so it’s fair to assume at least a 20% performance penalty vs. native ARM applications. Nonetheless, the results provide an approximate indication of performance for x86 applications running on the new ARM Oryon platform. Compared to the 28-watt Meteor Lake Core Ultra 5 125H, the ARM platform shows improved latency but lags in both single and multi-core performance.

Intel
Core i9-14900KF - Liked 8 months ago.
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Intel
Core i7-14700KF - Liked 8 months ago.
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Intel
Core i5-14600KF - Liked 8 months ago.
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AMD
Ryzen 5 5600X3D - Liked 11 months ago.
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AMD
Ryzen 7 7800X3D - Good 14 months ago.
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— The AMD 7000X3D CPUs have the same core architecture as the rest of the 7000 series but they have one group of eight "3D" cores with extra cache. The “3D” cores are priced higher but run at 10% lower clocks. For most real-world tasks performance is comparable to the 7000X variant. Cache sensitive scenarios such as low res. canned game benchmarks with an RTX 4090 ($2,000) benefit at the cost of everything else. Be wary of sponsored reviews with cherry picked games that showcase the wins, ignore frame drops and gloss over the losses. Also watch out for AMD’s army of Neanderthal social media accounts on reddit, forums and youtube, they will be singing their own praises as usual. AMD continue to develop “Advanced Marketing” relationships with select youtubers with the obvious aim of compensating for second tier products with first tier marketing. PC gamers considering a 7000X3D CPU need to work on their critical thinking skills: Influencers are paid handsomely to promote overpriced niche products (X3D, EPYC, Threadripper etc.). Rational gamers have little reason to look further than the $300 13600K which offers comparable real-world gaming and better desktop performance at a fraction of the price. Workstation users (and RTX 4080+ gamers) may find value in higher core CPUs such as the 16-core $400 13700K. Despite offering better performance at lower prices, as long as Intel continues to sample and sponsor marketers that are mostly funded by AMD, they will struggle to win market share.

AMD
Ryzen 9 7900X3D - Good 15 months ago.
Processors

— The AMD 7000X3D CPUs have the same core architecture as the rest of the 7000 series but they have one group of eight "3D" cores with extra cache. The “3D” cores are priced higher but run at 10% lower clocks. For most real-world tasks performance is comparable to the 7000X variant. Cache sensitive scenarios such as low res. canned game benchmarks with an RTX 4090 ($2,000) benefit at the cost of everything else. Be wary of sponsored reviews with cherry picked games that showcase the wins, ignore frame drops and gloss over the losses. Also watch out for AMD’s army of Neanderthal social media accounts on reddit, forums and youtube, they will be singing their own praises as usual. AMD continue to develop “Advanced Marketing” relationships with select youtubers with the obvious aim of compensating for second tier products with first tier marketing. PC gamers considering a 7000X3D CPU need to work on their critical thinking skills: Influencers are paid handsomely to promote overpriced niche products (X3D, EPYC, Threadripper etc.). Rational gamers have little reason to look further than the $300 13600K which offers comparable real-world gaming and better desktop performance at a fraction of the price. Workstation users (and RTX 4080+ gamers) may find value in higher core CPUs such as the 16-core $400 13700K. Despite offering better performance at lower prices, as long as Intel continues to sample and sponsor marketers that are mostly funded by AMD, they will struggle to win market share.

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