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Good CPU for gaming.

Decent price as it is £220+ elsewhere.

The Most powerfull gaming CPU in the world according to Principled Technologies

Edit: worth pointing out that non-OEM version is available for 5 quid more.
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r200ti19/07/2019 16:13

only 2 more threads than a I3 6320, at double the price. LOL


It has 4 more cores, 2 more threads, on a better architecture and is overclockable... thats like saying an old 8 core 16 thread xeon from 2012 is as good as a 9900k. You have no idea what you are talking about
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Pft......
I feel the tension brewing already
rev619/07/2019 15:52

I feel the tension brewing already


"The Most powerfull gaming CPU in the world according to Principled Technologies."


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only 2 more threads than a I3 6320, at double the price. LOL
r200ti19/07/2019 16:13

only 2 more threads than a I3 6320, at double the price. LOL



4 more cores?
r200ti19/07/2019 16:13

only 2 more threads than a I3 6320, at double the price. LOL


It has 4 more cores, 2 more threads, on a better architecture and is overclockable... thats like saying an old 8 core 16 thread xeon from 2012 is as good as a 9900k. You have no idea what you are talking about
Jack_SW19/07/2019 16:27

It has 4 more cores, 2 more threads, on a better architecture and is …It has 4 more cores, 2 more threads, on a better architecture and is overclockable... thats like saying an old 8 core 16 thread xeon from 2012 is as good as a 9900k. You have no idea what you are talking about


ok, for all those really clever people out there.
I was having a poke at intel.

My mistake, obviously being a stupid person i didnt realise i was walking into a no joke fanboy zone.
I feel Intel are in a bad place at the moment in the desktop space. Funny it's been the opposite way round for a decade. Heat added for the price.
r200ti19/07/2019 17:01

ok, for all those really clever people out there. I was having a poke at …ok, for all those really clever people out there. I was having a poke at intel. My mistake, obviously being a stupid person i didnt realise i was walking into a no joke fanboy zone.


lol
r200ti19/07/2019 17:01

ok, for all those really clever people out there. I was having a poke at …ok, for all those really clever people out there. I was having a poke at intel. My mistake, obviously being a stupid person i didnt realise i was walking into a no joke fanboy zone.


What the hell are you talking about? The only fanboys on HUKDs are categorically AMD supporters.
LazybeatX19/07/2019 17:26

I feel Intel are in a bad place at the moment in the desktop space. Funny …I feel Intel are in a bad place at the moment in the desktop space. Funny it's been the opposite way round for a decade. Heat added for the price.


Nah its a good place, they will have to compete...
r200ti19/07/2019 17:01

ok, for all those really clever people out there. I was having a poke at …ok, for all those really clever people out there. I was having a poke at intel. My mistake, obviously being a stupid person i didnt realise i was walking into a no joke fanboy zone.



Spouting misinformation isn't funny my dude.
Just.Wondering19/07/2019 20:13

Nah its a good place, they will have to compete...


Yea, I should rephrase. Its a good place for us, a bad place for them
CPUs are a dying breed. In 10 years time, possibly 5 years time, you won't even need one of these anymore.
fishmaster19/07/2019 22:06

CPUs are a dying breed. In 10 years time, possibly 5 years time, you won't …CPUs are a dying breed. In 10 years time, possibly 5 years time, you won't even need one of these anymore.


Everything could probably be done from a GPU.
fishmaster19/07/2019 22:06

CPUs are a dying breed. In 10 years time, possibly 5 years time, you won't …CPUs are a dying breed. In 10 years time, possibly 5 years time, you won't even need one of these anymore.


LoL
Jack_SW19/07/2019 16:27

It has 4 more cores, 2 more threads, on a better architecture and is …It has 4 more cores, 2 more threads, on a better architecture and is overclockable... thats like saying an old 8 core 16 thread xeon from 2012 is as good as a 9900k. You have no idea what you are talking about


It's the same architecture, it hasn't changed much since skylake.
GoldenNugget201919/07/2019 22:11

It's the same architecture, it hasn't changed much since skylake.


Apart from the fact that it has 3 times as many cores, 50% more threads, a max speed ~20% higher, a 225% larger cache, memory bandwidth 25% higher, it's basically the same chip so realistically worth about thruppence ha'penny as it's too archaic to be listed in decimal money.
LazybeatX19/07/2019 22:07

Everything could probably be done from a GPU.


You won't need a GPU either.

I can already see computing power becoming subscription based and vastly more powerful than anything possible at home. CPUs and GPUs for the home user will be rendered (pun possibly intended) redundant.

There is a technological revolution very close now, the world will be unrecognisable in just 10 years time or less.
r200ti19/07/2019 17:01

ok, for all those really clever people out there. I was having a poke at …ok, for all those really clever people out there. I was having a poke at intel. My mistake, obviously being a stupid person i didnt realise i was walking into a no joke fanboy zone.


Lol jesus
Principles technology.. i.e. PR arm of intel
fishmaster19/07/2019 22:33

You won't need a GPU either. I can already see computing power becoming …You won't need a GPU either. I can already see computing power becoming subscription based and vastly more powerful than anything possible at home. CPUs and GPUs for the home user will be rendered (pun possibly intended) redundant. There is a technological revolution very close now, the world will be unrecognisable in just 10 years time or less.


Ok.. except we don't have the infrastructure to support that. And won't for the next 25 years.
PeacePipe19/07/2019 22:22

Apart from the fact that it has 3 times as many cores, 50% more threads, a …Apart from the fact that it has 3 times as many cores, 50% more threads, a max speed ~20% higher, a 225% larger cache, memory bandwidth 25% higher, it's basically the same chip so realistically worth about thruppence ha'penny as it's too archaic to be listed in decimal money.


Yeah you're right, but it's still the same architecture.
Aquacadabra19/07/2019 23:15

Ok.. except we don't have the infrastructure to support that. And won't …Ok.. except we don't have the infrastructure to support that. And won't for the next 25 years.


You're wrong. 25 years ago the only option was dial up modem for just about everyone. Now it's possible to get 1Gb connections, I have 80Mb myself, which even at that speed is enough to utilise remote server render power. You can't possibly believe it will take 25 years, that is absurd, it's even possible now. Crypto services such as Golem (GNT) are the beginning of such render power. There's multiple server based gaming available and coming online. 25 years from now will be unimaginable compared to today.
PeacePipe19/07/2019 23:35

Who F***** cares *******?


You do, you said it was a different architecture when it isn't. Get your facts straight yo
fishmaster19/07/2019 23:39

You're wrong. 25 years ago the only option was dial up modem for just …You're wrong. 25 years ago the only option was dial up modem for just about everyone. Now it's possible to get 1Gb connections, I have 80Mb myself, which even at that speed is enough to utilise remote server render power. You can't possibly believe it will take 25 years, that is absurd, it's even possible now. Crypto services such as Golem (GNT) are the beginning of such render power. There's multiple server based gaming available and coming online. 25 years from now will be unimaginable compared to today.


Yea and if you bother to look at the statistics, government spending, contention on the lines with the rising population. We are nowhere near this so called future. Look at stadia for example the though put for 1080p (10mbps) is higher than the global average (7mbps) and you expect everyone and their dog to use it. Wale up.
Aquacadabra20/07/2019 08:53

Yea and if you bother to look at the statistics, government spending, …Yea and if you bother to look at the statistics, government spending, contention on the lines with the rising population. We are nowhere near this so called future. Look at stadia for example the though put for 1080p (10mbps) is higher than the global average (7mbps) and you expect everyone and their dog to use it. Wale up.


You don't seem to realise what is coming, no one is ready for the change in society, and it's happening within the next 10 years.

Spain has 90% fibre broadband, the UK starting in 2020 are going to ramp things up here massively.

I predict you're wrong. 15 years ago you couldn't haven predicted what exists now, even 10 years ago there weren't any digital smart assistants in the home.

We are simply not going up be left behind otherwise we'll be a tech pariah, a 3rd world country.

Also Cannabis will be legal here and controlled by the richest in society in less than 10 years time.

There is a technological singularity on the horizon, the prediction of 2045 has dropped to around 2032-35.

AGI (artificial general intelligence) prediction has dropped to 2027-29

ASI (Artificial super intelligence) sometime there after.

All these CPUs and GPUs at home are potato tech compared to what is coming.

I'm not going to let Mr Basilisk torture me for not bringing it in to existence so I'm working on my maths and coding skills even at my advanced age

Over 20+ companies monitor everything you search for, every captcha you complete and behaviour, you represent yourself to machine learning happening right now. All of us are training the AI that is coming.

We're naturally scared of the unknown, I think it's exciting and terrifying at the same time. Just make sure you have some skills in demand and your children do. You have about 10 years to complete this task.
fishmaster20/07/2019 09:31

You don't seem to realise what is coming, no one is ready for the change …You don't seem to realise what is coming, no one is ready for the change in society, and it's happening within the next 10 years. Spain has 90% fibre broadband, the UK starting in 2020 are going to ramp things up here massively. I predict you're wrong. 15 years ago you couldn't haven predicted what exists now, even 10 years ago there weren't any digital smart assistants in the home.We are simply not going up be left behind otherwise we'll be a tech pariah, a 3rd world country. Also Cannabis will be legal here and controlled by the richest in society in less than 10 years time. There is a technological singularity on the horizon, the prediction of 2045 has dropped to around 2032-35.AGI (artificial general intelligence) prediction has dropped to 2027-29 ASI (Artificial super intelligence) sometime there after. All these CPUs and GPUs at home are potato tech compared to what is coming. I'm not going to let Mr Basilisk torture me for not bringing it in to existence so I'm working on my maths and coding skills even at my advanced age ;)Over 20+ companies monitor everything you search for, every captcha you complete and behaviour, you represent yourself to machine learning happening right now. All of us are training the AI that is coming. We're naturally scared of the unknown, I think it's exciting and terrifying at the same time. Just make sure you have some skills in demand and your children do. You have about 10 years to complete this task.


I'd lay off the wacky backy until it's legal..BT have already stated the government's tagrets are bollocks.

Instead of believing everything you read in sci go books, do some actual research. Just having fibre means jack shit if you have 100 people all using 1gbps internet which is what you're getting at.
Aquacadabra20/07/2019 10:38

I'd lay off the wacky backy until it's legal..BT have already stated the …I'd lay off the wacky backy until it's legal..BT have already stated the government's tagrets are bollocks. Instead of believing everything you read in sci go books, do some actual research. Just having fibre means jack shit if you have 100 people all using 1gbps internet which is what you're getting at.


I have researched it which is why I've stated the above. Anyway when it is legal you can try a strain (cannabinoid and terpene ratio to suit) that may help with your aggression Anyway Cannabis is a crude way of interfacing with a hugely complex endocannabinoid system. AI will help us decipher the overwhelmingly complex biological processes involved. Anyway this post is not incitement to use Cannabis, no one should be unless medically advised.
fishmaster20/07/2019 09:31

You don't seem to realise what is coming, no one is ready for the change …You don't seem to realise what is coming, no one is ready for the change in society, and it's happening within the next 10 years. Spain has 90% fibre broadband, the UK starting in 2020 are going to ramp things up here massively. I predict you're wrong. 15 years ago you couldn't haven predicted what exists now, even 10 years ago there weren't any digital smart assistants in the home.We are simply not going up be left behind otherwise we'll be a tech pariah, a 3rd world country. Also Cannabis will be legal here and controlled by the richest in society in less than 10 years time. There is a technological singularity on the horizon, the prediction of 2045 has dropped to around 2032-35.AGI (artificial general intelligence) prediction has dropped to 2027-29 ASI (Artificial super intelligence) sometime there after. All these CPUs and GPUs at home are potato tech compared to what is coming. I'm not going to let Mr Basilisk torture me for not bringing it in to existence so I'm working on my maths and coding skills even at my advanced age ;)Over 20+ companies monitor everything you search for, every captcha you complete and behaviour, you represent yourself to machine learning happening right now. All of us are training the AI that is coming. We're naturally scared of the unknown, I think it's exciting and terrifying at the same time. Just make sure you have some skills in demand and your children do. You have about 10 years to complete this task.


I think you need to get out more pal.
GoldenNugget201920/07/2019 18:13

I think you need to get out more pal.


Well it's always nice to get out and appreciate nature and be mindful of one's existence in the present.
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