Hello guys i'm new here! ryzen or intel

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  1. Beast_Vendetta

    Beast_Vendetta New Member

    hello guys i'm new here and i'm wondering if you prefer Ryzen to intel! let me know why! what's your pro and cons? I'm looking for new pc and i don;t really know what to do, i mean ryzen are cheaper then intel but intel runs average better with games.
  2. 3600360

    3600360 New Member

    Never heard of "Ryzen" but I think you should go for intel.
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  3. Beast_Vendetta

    Beast_Vendetta New Member

    probably you should! :D it's the new AMD lineup! like the r1600x it's pretty good for 250euro starting from 4ghz
  4. MissSwaggy

    MissSwaggy Active Member

    Go for Intel.
  5. Cpt_Disappointment

    Cpt_Disappointment Well-Known Member

    Go for intel. Not winter-heater
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  6. Vaypron

    Vaypron Well-Known Member

    Nah, go for Ryzen.

    Jokes aside.

    I'm using a R7-1700X and wouldn't go for an Intel in any case, but it always depends on the needs of the individual user.
    If you only want a cpu for gaming, you should still go for an Intel( even if the gap gets smaller and smaller)
    If you also want to do stuff like rendering videos, compiling, etc. you should definitely consider Ryzen because of its high core-count for a small price.

    Also, all the complains about Ryzens heat problems are mostly wrong. I'm running my 1700X on 35°C(95°F) in normal use without any problems.
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  7. applecore.final

    applecore.final Active Member

    Ryzen right now is pretty good.
  8. Xharso

    Xharso New Member

    I would say do your research and go with what you know more of. Personally I know more about intel/nvidia so that's what I went for. My friend knows more about AMD so that's what he went with.

    But if you use linux go with AMD, nvidia drivers suck for that.
  9. Psy0ch

    Psy0ch Member

    Id go with ryzen
  10. tdking01

    tdking01 Active Member

    I curently own an AMD FX-8350, got it about 3+ years ago and it's doing it's job fine. When I got it , it was the most powerful CPU I could find at ~200€ I know it's a "drainer" when it comes to watts but that was the past for AMD , what can we do. Seeing any Ryzen however , feels like I MUST upgrade to DDR4 and a new chipset.It's more powerful with less power consumption. No hate for Intel but all I see with AMD is value for money. I prefer multi-tasking so AMD helps a lot. But as mentioned before it's up to you to decide after a bit of research and consideration.
  11. zimmerfire

    zimmerfire New Member

    I just finished my first gaming build. I used the Ryzen 5 1500x paired with the ASRock Fatal1ty Gaming K4 with the X370 chipset. The system runs great, mostly. I had memory compatibility issues when I first assembled the system. The actual performance of the system has been great. I am currently getting 80 FPS and better running Overwatch with a Radeon RX 460 GPU.
  12. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    I'd go with Ryzen. Intel has a big disadvantage - every two generarions they change socket... so upgrade capabilities are smaller, than on AMD platform (but we'll see how will be with Ryzen).
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  13. daver88_no_id

    daver88_no_id New Member

    hello there
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