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Intel i9-11900K vs AMD Ryzen 7 5800X – Best 8 Core CPU?


Intel has a brand-new 8 core CPU, the i9-11900K, but exactly how does it contrast against AMD’s 8 core Ryzen 7 5800X? I have actually examined both processors in games and applications to reveal you the distinctions and also assist you determine which deserves it. Both are 8 core 16 thread parts. The Ryzen chip has double the cache, nonetheless the Intel chip has the ability to reach greater clock rates. AMD’s 5800X is also more affordable though, however you can refer to existing rates with the links below in the summary. The 11700K is closer in cost to the 5800X, but I do not have one and also wish to see if paying added for the 11900K obtains you any type of added over Ryzen. Both processors were tested in the exact same system, nonetheless I have actually had to alter the motherboard in between Intel as well as AMD, otherwise all other elements coincide as listed below. Neither of these CPUs feature a cooler in package, so I have actually done all testing with my Fractal S36 AIO with Noctua NT-H2 thermal paste for similar outcomes. I have actually examined both CPUs at stock without power restrictions, no MCE or Precision boost overdrive, and with the complying with manual all core overclocks used. These are by no ways finely tuned overclocks,

results will certainly vary based upon silicon lottery game. I’ll begin by comparing both cpus in applications complied with by things like temperatures and also power draw later on, then we’ll check out gaming and also expense per framework worth after that to obtain a much better rounded concept of which is much better. Starting with Cinebench R23 I’ve got the stock results down the base and overclocked results over. There’s actually not much difference in all right here, whether we’re considering solitary core or multi core ratings, but allowed’s break this down. At supply the 5800X was 1% in advance of the 11900K in multicore, on the other hand the 11900K was almost 2% faster than the 5800X in solitary core, so yeah fairly negligible. With both overclocked though the i9 has the ability to manage a slight win in multicore, scoring 2% more than the Ryzen 7 5800X. I’ve also evaluated the older Cinebench R20 as a great deal of people still utilize it so you can contrast my outcomes, and also comparable offer here as well. The solitary core ratings lower with the overclocks in position since these are all core overclocks which protect against higher single core increasing which is possible at supply. I have actually evaluated Blender with the BMW and also Classroom criteria. This is a heavily threaded examination, the Intel CPU was faster in the much shorter BMW examination, while the Ryzen

CPU was a little faster in the longer classroom test. Regardless, again it’s not a big distinction between them. The V-Ray standard is one more core heavy providing workload. The outcomes below mirror what we saw previously in Cinebench, the 5800X was slightly in advance with both at stock, however with both overclocked the i9 had the ability to push a little greater and take the lead. The Corona standard additionally uses the processor to render out a scene, as well as once more a similar deal here. The 5800X was a pair seconds quicker at stock, yet then the overclock just quickened the 5800X by a 2nd while the i9 reduced its conclusion time by 5 seconds with the overclock, once more putting it in the lead. This is the third time I have actually utilized this Linux bit compilation test, and like I have actually seen in other recent cpu contrasts I have actually made, Intel appears to have a side in this multicore test. The 11900K was finishing the task almost 5% faster at stock, and over 9% faster with both overclocked. Handbrake was utilized to convert one of my 4K laptop computer evaluation videos to 1080p. I feel like I’m duplicating myself, yet again like many various other applications checked the 5800X was a little faster at stock, yet then with both overclocked the i9 has the ability to take the lead. Adobe Premiere was checked with the Puget Solutions benchmark device, and also this examinations things like video clip exporting, live playback and also even more. Very same offer right here too, 5800X ahead at supply, however after that i9 manages the win when both are overclocked. Adobe

Photoshop was also evaluated with the Puget Equipments benchmark device. Now the same pattern was taking place here too, nevertheless the overclocked score with the 5800X really reduced a little contrasted to supply. This examination seems to do far better with single threaded efficiency from what I’ve seen, so I’m thinking this coincides bargain as what I covered earlier when going over the Cinebench single core ratings, approved based on that you ‘d expect the i9 to reduce too and also it didn’t. I have actually used 7-Zip to examine compression as well as decompression speeds, and this is a location where AMD has commonly beat Intel, which’s not altering below. These are some of the most significant gains in favour of the 5800X out of all applications checked in this contrast. AES security as well as decryption rate didn’t truly change with the overclocks, nevertheless this test saw the most significant gains with Intel out of all applications tested, being available in virtually 14% in advance of AMD. Microsoft Excel on the other hand was the most significant win for the Ryzen cpu. This test appears to favour greater cache, which is probably why the 5800X has such a higher lead, it’s obtained two times as much L3 cache compared to the i9. Like other tests, the i9 was back to racking up much better in solitary core

with Geekbench, though at stock the 5800X was ahead in the multicore rating. Exact same bargain as the majority of previous tests however, 11900K taking the win for multicore with the overclocks. Below’s how Intel’s new 11th gen 11900K contrasts versus AMD’s Ryzen 7 5800X cpu with both performing at stock rates. The results can vary a fair little bit relying on the details workload, compression, decompression and Microsoft Excel seem to heavily favour AMD, while Intel has a good lead in the AES examinations. Otherwise most various other applications didn’t see too much distinction one method or the other, though Ryzen was ahead. Below’s exactly how the outcomes alter with both by hand overclocked on all cores. A lot of the applications that were only somewhat much better with AMD are now instead slightly much better with Intel, though we’re still just speaking about solitary figure performance differences, absolutely nothing also major essentially. The factor for this modification ends up being apparent when looking at the clock speeds. During the Mixer Classroom benchmark, a greatly multithreaded test, we can see with both processors at stock the 11900K was 180MHz greater than the 5800X. With both overclocked though, it’s currently 400MHz greater than the 5800X, and also this added overclocking clearance is why Intel is able to take the lead in several overclocked examinations. Here’s how total system power draw from the wall surface looks with the very same mixer class benchmark running, and it’s rather rough for Intel. The system with the 11900K is attracting 39% even more power all while completing this task slower than the

5800X. With both overclocked the 11900K is currently at the very least finishing the job 3% faster, yet with 67% more power, I’ve reached ask, at what expense? Currently you might have discovered that the overall system power draw with the overclocked 5800X in fact lowered by 4 watts compared to running it at supply, as well as this was merely due to the voltage that my ASRock X570 Taichi motherboard was using by default with the most up to date BIOS. Primarily my hand-operated overclock was offering it much less power while allowing it do better. More power generally amounts to more heat, nevertheless at stock the 5800X was actually running warmer, certainly presuming that the sensors reporting to equipment details are somewhat comparable between the 2. The 5800X actually gets cooler with my overclock for the very same factor it’s using less power simply discussed. Allow’s enter into the pc gaming examinations next, I’ve examined 8 games at 1080p, 1440p and also 4K resolutions on both processors. Cyberpunk 2077 was tested in little china with the road kid life path. I have actually got 1080p down the bottom, 1440p in the middle, as well as 4K up top. Normally there’s mosting likely to be a much smaller distinction at greater resolutions as the CPU issues much less there, I’m just covering them to aid show this. The greatest difference was at 1080p, where the 11900K was getting to 3% higher average FPS over the 5800X, so barely a large gain,

nonetheless there was a bigger 12% boost seen in the 1% low. Red Dead Redemption 2 was tested with the games benchmark device. There’s essentially no distinction at 1080p, just a 1 FPS bring about the 5800X, margin of error things realistically even when averaging numerous test runs. The i9 was or else ahead at 1440p and 4K, yet again simply little differences, likely not differences you’ll notice in technique in any kind of instance. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla was likewise checked with the games criteria, once more only incredibly small distinctions for either CPU for both 1% lows as well as ordinary FPS, so let’s relocate along. Enjoy Dogs Myriad was likewise checked with the video games criteria, and also the spaces are a bit larger here, yet once more not truly something you ‘d notice. When it comes down to it however, just a couple FPS gain finest instance for the 11900K. Control was tested running via the same component of the video game on both systems numerous times. This video game is rather GPU heavy also at 1080p, so seeing basically no differences to ordinary FPS was type of anticipated and also I assume it shows what to expect in games where this holds true. CS: GO is an esports title where distinctions in framework price could really matter

much more, which is why I determined to evaluate this older game. The 5800X had the biggest gain out of all 8 titles tested, but offered both are wrecking past 600 FPS at 1080p it’s tough to state just how beneficial that actually is. Shadow of the Burial place Raider was checked with the game’s benchmark. As a last gen game this modern-day hardware has the ability to obtain us 100 FPS at 4K despite the greatest setup pre-programmed. Otherwise very little distinction, the i9 is a pair FPS in advance at 1440p while the Ryzen 7 was 5 FPS in advance at 1080p. Battlefield V was tested in campaign mode. When extra no major distinctions to average framework price at either resolution, nonetheless the i9 had larger gains in regards to 1% reduced, especially at 1080p where it was 12% ahead. When comparing all 8 games examined at 1080p, the 11900K was much less than a percent slower than the 5800X. Obviously CS: GO essentially functions as an outlier below contrasted to the remainder of the results, so need to you want to not count that then the i9 is instead less than a percent faster, in either case tiny differences in either instructions nevertheless you slice it. Stepping up to 1440p and also points rarely alter. Just a number of games were ahead on Ryzen currently, nevertheless provided the most effective case Intel gain is 2% it’s not exactly an excellent lead, especially when factoring in cost

distinction. At 4K there’s even much less distinction when taking the standards from all games, which is anticipated as the cpu usually matters much less at greater resolutions as a lot of the tons is on the GPU. When we variable in cost, right now the 11900K is offered on Newegg for $614 USD. For one reason or another the KF version without incorporated graphics is dramatically less costly at $540, however you can inspect the web links in the description for as much as date rates for either CPU. The 5800X is currently sold for $449 on Newegg today, and also indeed it’s really in supply, at least at the time of recording this anyway. This hasn’t been the instance until recently though, so with any luck AMD have the supply issues figured out. Anyhow right now today the 5800X is providing better value for pc gaming, it’s dramatically more affordable while supplying similar efficiency. Honestly it’s not also unusual to find that the 11900K offers inadequate worth in video gaming. I just recently compared to Intel’s own i9-10900K from last generation in this video over right here, and also generally the recap is that that older version is generally much better than the 11900K most of the times. Contrasted to the 5800X, well I assume Ryzen is the simple choice right now. In performance workloads the difference in between these 2 processors were little. Generally the 5800X was ahead at supply, however after that when overclocked the 11900K took the lead in a lot of tests, and also

that’s just because the i9 has better overclocking headroom, yet once again that kind of point will certainly differ based on silicon lottery game. At the end of the day I simply don’t believe the gains from the i9 even when overclocked are that huge family member to the higher expense and extra power that it needs. Both systems are basically dead, a minimum of in regards to new CPUs releasing on them, so acquiring today, I think AM4 would give you even more space to upgrade as you could go to a 16 core 5950X some day when it’s less costly. On the Intel side, well, the 11900K is currently the top of the 11th gen stack, though you could of training course likewise go for the 10 core 10900K from last generation. I was initially preparing on contrasting the i9-11900K with the Ryzen 9 5900X with 12 CPU cores, as the cost distinction in between those 2 is much closer, and now I don’t also understand what the point is, given I consider the 5800X better than the i9, and also this is already more affordable. I suppose it can still be intriguing to see just how much even more performance is on offer from the 5900X, let me understand if that’s something you intend to see down in the comments. Or else get subscribed for future CPU comparisons like this one if you’re new around below, you can look into a few of my various other recent CPU comparisons over right here, as well as come as well as join us on Dissonance and also support the scenes video clips by supporting the network on Patreon.

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