- Dec 16, 2015
so Fortnite, War Thunder, Asseto Corsa, Far Cry 6, Apex, Rainbow Six Seige, etc, etc are all dying games?This makes it look more like a software support difference than anything to do with the hardware. 1% better at 1080p on average, but with highly non-uniform results. About half of the games show it actually being slower.
At 1440p, the same curiosity is present, but the number of games where the 5800X3D is slower than the 12900K increases. At 4K, still a 1% avg improvement, but many games are equal and there's roughly an equal number of games where the 5800X3D is slower or faster.
So, in summary, AMD has released* the world's fastest** gaming CPU. Its performance improvements*** are focused around dying games being played at dying resolutions at useless framerates****, and it gets this improvement by accelerating certain calculations which are being moved off of CPUs as time goes by. Sick.
* Availability TBD
** Except the 50% of games where it is 3rd or 4th place
*** Where present
**** Valorant at 670fps? R6 at 580fps? lmao. Huge wins there.
It would be interesting to see the average difference for games running under 300fps.
and no OVER 50% were faster, that's why it won. the highest being Asseto Corsa @24%
lets not forget this is AMD current gen vs Intel next gen on DDR5 how do you think AMD's gonna fare when they drop their next gen DDR5/PCIE5 stuff in another 6 months?? and lets not forget this chip is drop in replacement for motherboards that came out like 4 years ago.
sounds like someone's a little salty. sorry bro, but they still hit another one out of the park with this one.