Benchmarks |Intel i9-9980XE vs i9 10900K BENCHMARK Included tests: Hitman, Total War, Tomb Raider, Far Cry | 7-ZIP | Truecrypt | X264 | Playerunknown’s …
I would honestly just go for the R9 3950X at this point, seeing as the only selling point for the XE is better workstation performance, and the 3950x is good for workstations and outclasses the 9980XE in gaming benchmarks.
9900k is best price + performance for gaming right now. From what I've seen, AMD 3900x is the most well rounded for gaming and work right now, for the price.
Do 9900k is for gaming 9980xe is for work i assume
9980XE is for work. 9900K is ALSO for Work. I7 9700K the gaming Beast. Anyway, with 150$ you can burns the 9900K in gaming — > i5-9400F
Whats happen if you overclock the i9-9960X?
The music on this video was epic and I enjoyed it. (:
Please do XEON VS XE
How is the 9980xe in Adobe Premiere and Adobe After Effects?
the difference in gaming is only because of the higher single thread or boost clock speed of the i9 9900Kwhich it boots to 5 ghzbut if you OC the i9-9980XE in all cores to anything above 4.5 or if you can reach 5 ghz with water coolingthen the i9-9980XE will destroy the i9 9900Ka few important factsi9-9980XE uses quad memory while the i9 9900K uses duali9-9980XE can do 16+16 or even 16+16+8while the i9 9900K can only do a single 16x card or both at 8x which is a waste
so if you go dual 2080 ti with nvlink then the i9-9980XE will beat the i9 9900K16+16 vs 8+8simply because it has more CPU lanes available for GPU'swhile most of the time is not much difference between 16x or 8x on single cardsthere is a big difference when doing dual cardsspecially at higher resolutions
also faster ram speed can also improved frame rateat the end of the day even if some people prefer the i9 9900Ki can do gaming, encoding, downloading, many things at once while the i9 9900Kwill choke if you are gaming and try to do more task at once
the have a huge price difference for a reason
This is a complete rubbish video
overclocking? how much ghz have the cpus in the test? with overclocking the 9980xe will kill the 9900k^^
if you are rich, just say "Shut up and take my money! give me i9-9980XE"
Is the 9980XE in quad channel memory? According to some rather BS looking benchmark videos quad channel is supposed to give way more fps than dual in gaming.
9980XE is amazing for really strenuous games, and an i9 9900k will perform excellently as well, but the additional cores on the 9980XE makes it overkill
would the 99xe be good for gaming and streaming at the same time?
Gonna be alot of unhappy people when ya find out about the hyper threading issues with intel cpus. Those guys are the most dishonest crooks in the business. If it was up to them 4 cores will still be main steam and we will be on 14nm++++++++++++++++++++++++++ until 2020.
Make onother one of i9 9980xe vs i7 6800k
Putting together a ridiculous build. Was tempted to go with the ~£1,700 i9 9960X… then thought i9 9900X… then thought "Am I insane?" Do I do video editing or 3D rendering?". So, went from ~£1,700 (spoiled brat money) to ~£1,000 (You're being stupid) to ~£450. That decision cost a lot in power. I went from the 3rd fastest CPU… to the 5th. I lost <10% in gaming speed and saved over a thousand pounds… not to mention the cost savings on an older mobo.
9980xe performs so well its gaming experience just catches up 9900k, the current king of gaming cpu
You should do these benchmarks with better video cards. A 9980XE would be interesting to see it with an SLI of 980ti / 1080ti / 2080ti, with a 1080 I find it wasted
i9 9980XE: Works better for workstation (- but is expesive)i9 9900K: Works better for gaming pc (+ is cheaper)
Overclock the 9980xe to 5ghz and well be in business
People say i9 9980xe and titan v are for 4k stuff and video editing and other heavy work
But a 9900k and rtx 2080ti is more than enough for video editing so why go 4x expnsive
I got it wrong
İ'm using 9980XE for business.
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