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These days there are basically two different groups of customers who demand lots of processing power: content creators and gamers, while this 2D performance comparison is targeting content creators. After having had a look at the following pages you'll ha...
After a huge number of tests and an extensive analysis of all the results, it is finally time to draw conclusions. If we include all results resources, the win is in almost all cases for the Intel Core i5 is 8600K, no matter how small the difference may b...
I can see the Ryzen 5 2600 and the 2600X fast becoming the most popular chips of the second generation Ryzen launch. They're fast, they're affordable, and they're easy to keep cool and overclock. I mean, if you're just doing a massive amount of rendering...
6 core design, Great for productivity tasks, Exceptional gaming performance, Easy overclocking, Good thermal performance, Good efficiency
Requires Z370 motherboard,
Does the new Intel i5-8600 spell the end for AMD's Ryzen CPUs? Let's find out! This 6 core, 3.1GHz CPU is locked, so no easy overclocking, but with solid IPC and good Turbo Boosting, does it matter much for gaming? Want one? Amazon: prourls.co/1hcf Produc...
More powerful than either of its Core i5 or Core i7 predecessors, Six overclockable cores
More expensive that AMD's six-core CPUs
The Core i5-7600K lost its place as the dominant all-round CPU to AMD, which offered far superior multi-threaded performance for the same money, albeit with a hit in some games. The Core i5-8600K's two additional cores do a lot to improve the situation, b...
When news first leaked of Intel's jump from four to six cores with the new Coffee Lake processors, the biggest question we had concerned the relationship between the last-gen i7 and the next-gen i5. Surely six physical cores could trump four, even if hype...