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Thread: UE4 - intel 7700K or AMD 1800X?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Name368 View Post
    this seems to be true. I "overclocked" CPU before tests to 3700 but not increased voltage because voltage says its "auto", so i didnt touched voltage.
    When i downclocked CPU to 3000 (default settings) now UE build is pretty nice lightmass took rougly 85% of CPU (7 cores?) and level (+-550 unbuilt objects, default project) was build in 20 sec.
    Overclocking, people still do this?
    Why overclock when your options are clearly there, you had 2 or 3 more processors to go up from the bottom tier ZEN !
    Its like putting rocket fuel in your civic when a porch was $50 more.

  2. #122
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    Was there a "standard" for testing out the CPUs and posting results?
    I am waiting for the rest of my new build to come in throughout the week and was interested in posting up details to see where it would stack

    Build:
    Asrock Taichi X370 (out-of-box BIOS settings)
    Ryzen 1800XT (stock speeds)
    64GB PC3200 (stock speeds)
    M.2 Samsung 2TB EVO @ PCIe x16 3.0
    Sea Hawk EK 1080GTX

    -- Anything else past those shouldnt effect anything. Maybe no "A:\" drive ... should give me weight reduction and more boost, yea?

  3. #123
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    Quote Originally Posted by AP_Studios View Post
    Overclocking, people still do this?
    Why overclock when your options are clearly there,
    Because there is no other way to improve single core performance. I'm running a 7700k at 5Ghz over here...

  4. #124
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeblote View Post
    Because there is no other way to improve single core performance. I'm running a 7700k at 5Ghz over here...
    Yeah i can see that. I would be more likely to OC an Intel chip over an AMD. To further that, i would rather spend the extra $$ on the faster series then save money then OC and burn up an AMD.
    Personal choices tho. Not saying its right or wrong, was just wondering at this point on the why.

  5. #125
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    Quote Originally Posted by AP_Studios View Post
    Yeah i can see that. I would be more likely to OC an Intel chip over an AMD. To further that, i would rather spend the extra $$ on the faster series then save money then OC and burn up an AMD.
    Personal choices tho. Not saying its right or wrong, was just wondering at this point on the why.
    Based on what you said, you must be rich guy not all of us have that much money...
    BTW this is just AMD marketing, I'm almost sure that all chips are almost the same product... but for for people who have enough money, AMD made chip with little more performance...
    if you don't plan to overclock your 550$ 1800X (3.6 GHz), then it will be slower than mine 360$ 1700 overclocked (3.7 GHz)... base clock of 1700 3,0 GHz is just trick to let ppl with money think about 1700X and 1800X... of course if i had more money, i would like to grab 1800X too, but i live in country where monthly salary is 400-700$ and even then i bought PC for 1900$... I'm just not rich enough to pay another 200$ for +0.3 GHz extra performance...
    anyway mine overclocked 1700 running on 40C so its not possible to burn

  6. #126
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    As a student, I just don't have the cash.
    If I had got an 1800X I would have had to get a regular HDD over the 960 Evo.
    Later on I'll grab some nice cooler and OC up to 1800X speeds.

    It's the same chip anyway, so chances are I won't dramatically reduce it's life.

    AP_Studios, I think production build of the Infiltrator demo is the best for benching, it doesn't take all day but is still long enough to show differences & RAM requirements aren't too high so more people can try.

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