Intel has some explaining to do...

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Cha Leowin
Cha Leowin

12900k has the performance I want, power draw be damned.

8 uur geleden
zz p
zz p

got paid again…. 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️ amd sucks. intel sucks!! cinebench sucks the most.

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Cim Orlandu
Cim Orlandu

OMG How on the planet did you get 152W on 5600X on idle? My friend have 5800X and his whole unit taking under 80W and can do something about 40W in idle if turn off some stuff xXXxxxXXxxdddDDddDDddd What the heck? xD And after Intel was draw more power on load you still saying that Intel was blah blah blah faster XD But it WAS DRAW MORE POWER! And all of this is still wrong because it's not comparsion of how many power drawing CPUs but whole computers so... Nice nothing saying video xD

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Greg Metcalfe
Greg Metcalfe

You added all that tacky, utterly tasteless RGB, and you can't even turn it off? Not only do I have 0 sympathy, I like to think your troubles exist for my entertainment. So, keep up the good work, I guess.

6 dagen geleden
Sanatus
Sanatus

You made a mistake here Jay ,make apple to apple comparison,you have big amount of fans and LED lights.maybe your gpu is not idling properly,why don't you use windows 10 instead of windows 11?Try to put low powered Gpu same exact manufacturer and model.Use same amount of ram and storage etc

6 dagen geleden
Boanerges57
Boanerges57

So...your sponsor...NZXT will warranty if YOU build a PC? Is this because even they can't get employees so they are effectively outsourcing assembly to YOU?

7 dagen geleden
Appu Sajeev
Appu Sajeev

Using cinebench for measuring power efficiency is not a wise idea. It is a heavily synthetic workload and rarely do we run workloads that demand such sustained power draw. The best way to test this is to use an energy meter, run both the systems through identical workloads (a balanced test suite that on average tries to keep everything moderately busy, random time gaps in between) and measure the total energy consumed (watt-hours) after say, 8 hours. That number tells you which one you are paying more power for.

7 dagen geleden
Sheriff Khan
Sheriff Khan

Key variable missing is "time". For example, if Intel finished the same task in half the time, then on average, it would use less power since time to complete the task is significantly less. Lets put some hypothetical numbers to explain this further. If Intel took half the time (say 10 minutes) to complete the same task and drew twice as much power as AMD, then mathematically, the average power consumption (per unit of time) on each CPU would be almost identical: 350w x 600s (10m x 60s) = 210 000 175w x 1 200 (20m x 60s) = 210 000 We can see from the above hypothetical case that the aggregate power draw is the same. So yes, Intel consumes more power, but it also takes less time and the end results, depending on the time differentials, could favor Intel or AMD on aggregate energy budget to complete a tast. It is therefore important to look at the power consumption against a unit of time

9 dagen geleden
thekraken8him
thekraken8him

I love your content Jay, but this just isn't very good science. There are way too many variables involved that affect power draw in this scenario.

11 dagen geleden
MaZEEZaM
MaZEEZaM

Without considering time it takes to complete the task you are not correctly representing the true overall power draw. For example, take two different CPU's, 1. takes 100 watts/per minute and the task is complete in 10 minutes then to complete the task it takes 1kwatt of power. Now if the other system 2. uses 50watts p/min but takes 20 minutes to complete the task then looking purely at the watts per minute then the 50 watt system looks twice as good but this doesn't give a true cost of running without considering the amount of time its running at peak load. If you are using it for your work then additionally you should consider the time efficiency in completing the task. As they say, time is money.

12 dagen geleden
TheSinasteria
TheSinasteria

Sorry Jay your test for proficiency is incorrect amd and windows dont play nice on its cores qand how to load balance between them and then just picks one then ramps it then does it again to another core and so fourth to, just for it to actually play nice with lower tdp and better temps you have to set the min and max cpu processor state to 99% from 100% due to WINDOWS being f..... selectively built for INTEL and not AMD if you test amd on linux you dont have that issue and if you did that test again you would notice in idle instead of windows panicking what core to use it just spreads out the load this also causes fans to ramp up and down any amd power user that has wondered or try to see out why figured that out hell i even have an official amd email with them saying they will get to the bottom of it with all the finding i gave them and would nd to their engineering people the fault lies with windows its built its eco system around intel hence the patch even the previous system weren't made for amd hence the amd power profiles in previous ver anyhow i think at 13:56 that was un true finding but the fault does lie on amd due to them not sorting out that windows goes nuts when you use full power from a cpu drop it down 1% and its performance is even stable , i get that the new gen intel is faster however its a biased opinion if you use a system that isn't truly optimised for it Linux is optimised for both how about a Linux system use and test mmmm!

12 dagen geleden
That Guy
That Guy

Interesting. I was expecting a clear winner, rather than a result that depends on use case. Good explanation.

13 dagen geleden
1kreature
1kreature

Remember, your PSU may only be 80% efficient as supplying the CPU with that powerdraw. 270w sucked in delivers around 216w to the CPU... Some of which is going to the ram not idling either.

13 dagen geleden
No HAY
No HAY

Well, the only difference between the two systems should really be the CPUs and nothing else. Even the motherboard power delivery and consumption levels must be identical where possible. You could have just swapped the MOBO and CPU and keep everything else the same. If you gonna compare power consumption not the performance tests could be run sequentially and compare the numbers. That would be more realistic... edit: PS. Would be great to see the overall power usage (kW/h) for all those tests to run + idle

15 dagen geleden
M. L.
M. L.

As always it depends... In my market(Germany) the 12900k isn't exactly much cheaper(as of today 16.11.2021) than a 5950x - compare 660€ for i9-12900k to 719€ for a 5950x - both retail VAT included - and I actually bought my 5950x 2 months ago for 689€...and then there is the additional cost for Intels new motherboard etc. So I go with AMD right know.... Much more intresting though it seems - might be the 12700k - 448€ compared to 524€ for a 5900x - or the 12600k for 300€ compared to 280€ for a 5600x... ...and BTW the latter ones(12700k/12600k) also seem to be much more efficient compared to a 12900k...and under certain circumstances also more efficient than Ryzen 5000.

15 dagen geleden
Umar Azmat
Umar Azmat

Could it be due to Intel have integrated GPU n Ryzen don't....

16 dagen geleden
Umar Azmat
Umar Azmat

I like this idea. Can you do comparison for i3-10100, i5-10400, i5-9400, Ryzen 2600, 3600 n 3200g... Keeping same type of ram n same kind of board

16 dagen geleden
NeverDoubtMe23
NeverDoubtMe23

Oh noes!!! It uses more power!!!! I don't care, it is a desktop.

16 dagen geleden
Chris Pratt
Chris Pratt

How did you get a 20,000 R23 MC on a 5900X. I get over 24,000 on mine. In other words, the performance differential is really not representative here.

16 dagen geleden
Aaron Cheng
Aaron Cheng

at the end, u said, AMD more expensive than intel? and 13:08 whats that? it mean the AMD are much slower cpu?

17 dagen geleden
Dragon Slayer Ornstein
Dragon Slayer Ornstein

Might want to spend an extra 10 mins to do an apples to apples comparison.

17 dagen geleden
Shankovich
Shankovich

It's a lot like the bulldozer days when AMD had to push a ton of power into the chip to get the performance they wanted, except in this case Intel doing it results in actually performing better. Nice to have this competition back!

17 dagen geleden
Jonathan Schröno
Jonathan Schröno

Why you aren’t using a second powersupply per system?

17 dagen geleden
emiwan79
emiwan79

The 5950x will be a more expensive CPU but the ddr5 memorys and motherboard on the Intel system are far far more expensive than the AMD one. So using a 5950x which is the flagship chip of amd will be a much more fair comparison. Also the 5950x is a more efficient chip than the 5900x due to silicon quality. Also the 5950x has the same amount of cores than the 12900k. The 5950x will destroy the 12900k in multi and power efficiency and the 12900k will remain the king in single, quick sync bounded tasks and gaming.

17 dagen geleden
GrumpyCatKing
GrumpyCatKing

As I see it, Intel pulled a Nvidia 3000 series. Just like how Nvidia's 3000 series graphics cards are powerful, yes, they beat AMD's 6000 series, yes, but they draw a lot of power Intel did the same

18 dagen geleden
Sean Conrad
Sean Conrad

Oh how the turned tables! Intel is now running hotter & drawing more power, instead of AMD.

18 dagen geleden
Tom O
Tom O

While watching this video in 4K on my i7-11700K the lights in my room started to flicker.

18 dagen geleden
David Yordan
David Yordan

Amd is clear winner in efficiency.. damn so good Amd

18 dagen geleden
George Usares
George Usares

looking at the setup... AMD setup can lessen the idle wattage when you takeout the watercooling and fans and bling-bling and match the setup with Intel.... still AMD if far more energy efficient in the long run, OC or not. Alder-Lake OCing, hahahahaha!

18 dagen geleden
Christian Pönopp
Christian Pönopp

@14min Comparing idle wattage of an Intel Testbench and a fully build AMD system with 10fans, pump and RGB is the biggest bullshit in this video!!

18 dagen geleden
madmoviesinc
madmoviesinc

AMD everyday!

18 dagen geleden
Cevandri
Cevandri

I would had gone AMD before this video, now I want Intel 12th Gen for the sole reason of Idle Power Draw, I don't care about power draw when I game, but when I browse, do stuff on computer that's not heavy compute, I prefer to have as low power draw as possible, reason why I am going for SoC for Smart Home rather than a full fledged server. So yeah, Intel takes the cake for normal everyday use while AMD still rules the specific market for compute heavy tasks (University, Finance, Data centers etcetra) while Intel seems to be more towards the normal consumer aka Gamer, Family, small time Rendering/Content Creation (due to high preformance)

18 dagen geleden
Raymond Hachmishvili
Raymond Hachmishvili

and people said the 9900 was power hungry

19 dagen geleden
Entao
Entao

Im sticking with AMD because, Cost to performance, for me to upgrade my 3700x i just need to update bios and get a 5000 series cpu, but to upgrade to intel.... I'll need a whole new setup, new motherboard, new cpu and new ram. If hypothetically I sell my system and build a whole new system.... Id probably wait for 2nd gen Intel Hybrid cpus and the next iteration of AMD to see how it turns out. If we say right now currently. I feel like raw P Core powers matters more to me, i might be delusional but and completely wrong, but I think intel still relies on optimisation, and the denuvo issues is problematic.

19 dagen geleden
MrNside
MrNside

Volts are supplied Amps are drawn Watts are produced Watts aren't drawn

19 dagen geleden
Sotzrem
Sotzrem

Light uses power… best apples comparison would be 2 test benches on air or both on water.

19 dagen geleden
Gregory Allen
Gregory Allen

I think the reason why the power you’re showing is ~260 W vs the 241 W from ark is because the power supply and the VRM’s are not 100% efficient. You’re measuring at the wall, not on the CPU directly which is what the ark number is.

19 dagen geleden
Andang
Andang

This is maybe your worst video. You make great videos, but this was very unscientific.

19 dagen geleden
juan pablo
juan pablo

i upgraded my work rig to a 3900xt earlier this year (from a ryzen 2700 - that i now use in my gaming rig) and that is more than enough for my workload and destroys anything i throw at it....my upgrade path will be a 5950x in maybe two years or more....but to be honest the software i use doesn't demand more cpu power on every software upgrade, so my current system could potentially last me 5 years + then i could always go straight for a 6000 series or whatever.....then when i do upgrade a will see the performance boost much more than just one generation at a time.... its just great to see AMD and intel fighting again - its good for everyone 👍✌🤟

19 dagen geleden
The Minesweeper
The Minesweeper

I have a 5900x + 6900xt and my idle power draw is about 90-115w, not really sure what's causing the AMD build here to idle so high

19 dagen geleden
Lothar Scholz
Lothar Scholz

I want Alder Lake, but it sucks so much on Linux 😪

19 dagen geleden
Gregory McHenry
Gregory McHenry

You went from comparing the deltas in each system to comparing registered watt values between each system. If you're going to look at idle power draw, you need to make sure the configurations are very similar. The fully built AMD system has a number of components that will draw power at idle relative to the test bench Intel config.

19 dagen geleden
Tec
Tec

ryzen 3600x on an asus tuff x570+wifi, with 32gb ddr4 @ 3200 mhz ( trident z rgb ) with 1) corsair mp 600 m.2 1tb, 2) Wd blue m.2 1tb, with wd black 3tb hdd. and my gpu is a rtx 3060 12gb. I could probably get a 5950x to upgrade. i have to admit i should probably change my ram, it does say intel xmp on it. so i'm looking to get the same but in the corsair dominator rgb ram in white and ryzen ready. reason why i mentioned intel xmp on the ram. i set it to 3200 mhz and sometimes it defaults back to 2133. but yeah i don't need anything i'm happy with my set up !! AMD all the way !!!

19 dagen geleden
Todd Abbott
Todd Abbott

Why didn't you take the case side off and unplug all the case fans too and make sure you are using the same PSU?

19 dagen geleden
Ulterno
Ulterno

The higher performance and E-core option of Intel gen 12 is definitely a good idea. But I'll just be going with Ryzen for the backwards compatibility so I can try playing Sniper Elite 1 at > 200FPS.

19 dagen geleden
Kpop Empire
Kpop Empire

I go for security and that's the reason I won't go for Intel.

20 dagen geleden
TwoToneTuna
TwoToneTuna

They are different tools for different jobs. Cool thanks!

20 dagen geleden
AWOL ODST
AWOL ODST

Excellent vid Jay but most people are concerned about power draw not because of costs but due to all that heat that needs cooling. More heat means faster fans which means more noise. No thanks I will stick with my 5950x and not care the idle power is a bit higher - it’s quiet and that’s all I care about.

20 dagen geleden
ZaheenX
ZaheenX

Yeah but if you're not loading much all the time, you'd get a 5600X...

20 dagen geleden
Mister Baer
Mister Baer

So the higher power usage is worth it for rendering speed alone for Intel, and I'm an AMD guy.. 😵😵

20 dagen geleden
joediditagain
joediditagain

Jay. >1s is greater than 1s.

20 dagen geleden
XfStef
XfStef

I'm still getting AMD because my use case is FUCK INTEL.

20 dagen geleden
Adrian Luczaj
Adrian Luczaj

Given the fact that electricity price keeps rising, Intel looks like a HyperCar with small hybrid system for "idle" tasks. I'd go with AMD, better socket life, Mobo prices are more appealing. Still i'm on a R7 2700 and i'll keep it for a long time, don't see the need to replace it right now.

20 dagen geleden
Nathan
Nathan

This comparison isn’t very steve burke of you.

20 dagen geleden
Julian Morgan
Julian Morgan

Hands down AMD is the future of Laptop power to performance management. Intel and Nvidia is about pushing numbers without any consideration for power draw and heat generation.

20 dagen geleden
Caligulove
Caligulove

You can't measure from the outlet (especially when one is in a fully built system in a case). You really need to check at the CPU directly.

20 dagen geleden
Soupinator
Soupinator

Alder Lake is actually quite efficient, it's just that Intel's turbo boost pushes WAY past any sane point in the efficiency curve on the i9 to achieve maximum performance. The numbers are greatly improved on lower CPU models, and even single core load tests on the i9 show very good efficiency.

20 dagen geleden
Max Rusov
Max Rusov

Yeah, they basically sell factory overclocked CPUs now

17 dagen geleden
Robert Miller
Robert Miller

Intel has a history of being a bitch company so will choose AMD and have not had an intel processor since the 1990s

20 dagen geleden
John Hooper
John Hooper

Just lower the wattage on alder lake and compare.. 😕

20 dagen geleden
matthew kühl
matthew kühl

i'd like to see a watt-to-watt comparison against a comparable HEDT CPU

20 dagen geleden
r m
r m

Here in Europe, we pay up to 0.3€ or 0.35$ per kWh, 🙄 if we were to use the same amount of electricity as an average American household 10,715 kWh annually it would cost 3.214,5€ or 3.750,25$. We definitely go with the most efficient one...

20 dagen geleden
Totoo
Totoo

AMD for now. Energy cost in my country is crazy high so AMD is the best choice for now. Will keep rockin’ my Ryzen 3700x. Waiting for the next Ryzen CPUs.

20 dagen geleden
Asle Andersen
Asle Andersen

Where is fps per watt in games?

20 dagen geleden
Packit.in
Packit.in

Ryzen 5900x has a higher power draw stock thank a 5950x - 130 or so vs 120

20 dagen geleden
Nathan
Nathan

I wish I had a formula for "How many hours at idle-ish would I need to have relative to gaming to make the each CPU more viable"...

20 dagen geleden
Timothy B
Timothy B

It would be good to see how much power they actually used to complete those tasks. Another words (watts X time to complete each task).

20 dagen geleden
Stephen Bryant
Stephen Bryant

Old gamer here. Just came across your channel about a month ago. You've grown on me and you are what I would be in these videos. Keep it up!

20 dagen geleden
Nextwave1980
Nextwave1980

What devices did you use to measure the wattage?

20 dagen geleden
Avinash H. Duduskar
Avinash H. Duduskar

Why not compare 2 identical systems in terms of power drawing devices connected?

20 dagen geleden
ksp1278
ksp1278

Would have been better if you compared systems more fairly. Same GPUs, same AIOs, no fans etc. To make your comparisons we need to know the true idle power draw of the bare minimum components

20 dagen geleden
Rick Velde
Rick Velde

If you want your CPU to be power efficient, you should tell your CPU to be power efficient. If you set your maximum processor state to 99% instead of 100%, the CPU will be extremely more efficient with only a minor reduction in performance.

20 dagen geleden
Jesse Smith
Jesse Smith

Dude... you totally lost credibility when you started in on Idle power draw. Don't play your audience.

20 dagen geleden
Bryan M
Bryan M

Still holding out with my 7700k. Gonna wait a few more gens until until Intel's irons out their 10nm architecture before upgrading.

20 dagen geleden
BigDamnHero
BigDamnHero

So much for efficacy cores to help with dumbass climate change like the greedy intel company claimed. Dont forget. intel is using 10nm

20 dagen geleden
Yespire
Yespire

Presenting 2 Choices: AMD or Intel Smart Boy: I will pick Apple Silicon, thank you!

21 dag geleden
Sir Aser
Sir Aser

In these times, where power efficiency is 'the new black' - This is really bad for Intel.(I always try to find the balance between performance and power-consumption, witch is completely off in this class) At the same time, we are in the top-range of CPUs', so its kind of expected to see high use of power in this class. But I hope this won't bleed over to the lower class of i7, which is most likely to be the class, the most ppl will use(well.. IMO)

21 dag geleden
Derek Brush
Derek Brush

Jay... guy... you pointed out YOURSELF that the idle loads on those systems aren't comparable. Without all those silly RGB fans that AMD rig will idle at easily half or less what it draws here. I normally find your conclusions sound, but this one is really sus.

21 dag geleden
Sulucion 6Tone
Sulucion 6Tone

This is false - you had one computer with an LED keyboard; you should know that when you run Cinebench the keyboard LED's will consume 7x's more power.. geez Jay...

21 dag geleden
Dragon Tech Gaming
Dragon Tech Gaming

i'm going to hold off on getting a new CPU i want to wait and see what AMD's response is to get the best price for performace comparision. not only that Intels having quite a few problems right now i'm going to wait for them to fix them before i compaire the two and then make my desision then.

21 dag geleden
Catatonic Galaxy
Catatonic Galaxy

one of themost boring j videos ever.. yawn.... guy is running out of content...

21 dag geleden
Steel Kinq
Steel Kinq

Would be nice to see how many epic cores you can power with Intels delta in power use and how a multicolor workload would look in benchmarks with it xD Oh amd I overlooked my r5 3600 non x. Have 4.225 ghz so task manager shows me 4.2 on 1.225 volts. CB all core usage is 68 instead of 88 with pbo.

21 dag geleden
Couch941
Couch941

13:42 you can't be that stupid

21 dag geleden
HitomiOokami
HitomiOokami

Jay, what power monitor are you using? Been looking for a "good" one but most I found on Canada land amazon all have reviews with shit almost starting a fire sooo bit lost.

21 dag geleden
Fr0z3n 4ng3r
Fr0z3n 4ng3r

Fast is good! but cooling make more noice the more power is used. so when gaming real games that dont load All cores what then? AM I getting a vacum cleaner to draw heat out of My system when playing cs or apex or the New battlefield?

21 dag geleden
Nicolas Tan
Nicolas Tan

E core is amazing!!! AMD we need E cores as well!

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Witcher Joker
Witcher Joker

Guys. don't do cheap crap like this, please. You can do better and you know better. Put it both on a workbench with a comparable motherboard, turn everything on the motherboard that's not needed off, use the same ram sticks, don't use any fans except for the same fan on the CPU cooler, have the CPU cooler run at the same high RPMs the entire time, and don't have any other crap connected. This test was completely pointless. CPU goes up, fans speed up, temps are different, on a testbench than in a case, which will impact the performance of the chip and its power draw.... REALLY guys... this is not how it's done and you KNOW that. I know you sometimes do videos on the fly, but if you don't have the time, leave stuff like this to Steve, or do it right. You're always calling people out in your reviews of their systems "you got lazy here at the end" "You started and then you didn't want to finish".. well... right back at you with this one.

21 dag geleden
Gilberto
Gilberto

I like the jump intel finally got with this new architecture. Although we are comparing a CPU that is about 1y old to a brand new one, I'd wait a bit to take a decision, unless if I was to make a decision RIGHT NOW, in that case I'd go to Intel, the difference in price tho, comes to almost nothing if we get the motherboard + memory prices, and if it is power hunger most cases you are going to need another PSU. That is also needed to be in the decision.

21 dag geleden
Gilberto
Gilberto

Complementing, I don't see the need of upgrading anything, if what you have is working just fine, like I mentioned, better to wait until things settle down for Windows, it's still a early adoption, and also if you are a gamer, getting the 12th gen now, means... PROBLEMS lol

21 dag geleden
Ewen Chan
Ewen Chan

What this also shows are three things: 1) The power of AMD 7 nm lithography node/process, or rather - the power that AMD's 7 nm process ISN'T using. 2) Intel's rebranded "Intel 7" is marketing BS. It's really their "10 nm+" process (vs. their 14++++ nm process). 3) Intel is just ASKING to be sued by investors for lying to said investors about what their lithography process ACTUALLY is, which hides the risks that Intel's Alder Lake processors STILL doesn't use the 7 nm lithography process that AMD is already using.(i.e. it's marketing BS that they're going to get sued for). The power consumption figures for a 12900K at 100% CPU load clearly shows the advantage that the ACTUAL 7 nm process has over Intel's 10 nm+ process.

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Doug Berry
Doug Berry

One minute 27 seconds is a blow away on a test? Seems insignificantly different for a measure of how much faster something is at a task. I guess if you are doing multiples of the same task over time that adds up but on a per basis test, yawn. OH, I had to eat another chip while I was waiting. Probably need to watch some gaming tests but that is a lot of power usage for minimal benefit. Thought we wanted less power usage not more. Understand we have went through cycles of powerdraw and heating up but if one can do, both can do even if it costs them a little more.

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Ewen Chan
Ewen Chan

I'm gonna go with "both". The performance advantage that the 12900K has cannot be ignored. However, the power efficiency on the AMD side (albeit, I'm looking at the 5950X instead of the 5900X) also cannot be ignored. So, more than likely, I'll be running CPU intensive tasks on BOTH of these systems. My BIGGEST downside is that I actually won't be able to really effectively or efficiently cluster the two systems together due to a heterogenous hardware architecture, which means, more than likely, that the AMD system will slow down the run overall, being the slower of the two processors. (Or I would have to skew the partitioning ratio so that I put load up the Intel with more "work" so that it roughly balances back out in the end.)

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xpaxpl
xpaxpl

hmm if you spending this much on cpu do you realy even think about what my electrik bill will be ?

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Pavel Jelínek
Pavel Jelínek

Now boost everything up (like core enhancement, xmp, turbo turbo mode etc.) and repeat. I bet that that 12900K will reach 300W just-the-CPU

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845AMG
845AMG

There's no replacement for displacement (except shoving more air in). I built a 5900x but I'd build a 12900k today. While peak is higher on the Intel it's probably overall more efficient when you look at the complete timeline of normal home PC use. Tasks finish faster, idle draw likely lower on identical systems, etc. Depending on the loads that the CPU is subjected to (such as encoding) the Intel could end up being just as efficient or more efficient than the AMD. The whole point of new tech is to get tasks done faster. Your average wattage for the same job will be higher on the Intel machine, but you're already on to the next task.

21 dag geleden
Ilija Zafirov
Ilija Zafirov

i sold my 9900k and my phantom gaming 9 MB is still on sale, I intend to replace it with either 12600k or 12700k with a MB which uses ddr4 so ill reuse all the rest of my parts

21 dag geleden
Robert Moreno II
Robert Moreno II

But the watts are not normalized based on the work done... If something runs at 100 watts and finishes a task in 50 seconds, and something else runs at 50 watts but takes 100 seconds, they are both using the same amount of power to complete the same task.

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Mike Novelli
Mike Novelli

PSU efficiency matters for comparison....

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Muhammad Zafran bin Naharrudin
Muhammad Zafran bin Naharrudin

So if you run on CPU intensive tasks most of the time and want to reduce cost, just pick AMD.

21 dag geleden
Ady Robert
Ady Robert

intel announced the first three-phase pc, only for gamers :))

22 dagen geleden
grzesi n1
grzesi n1

Well this is shit test. Especially anything u said starting from 14:00. C'mon Jay.

22 dagen geleden
ScrewFearMe
ScrewFearMe

I wonder what the 6000 series for AMD would look like compared to Intels 12th gen.

22 dagen geleden

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