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  • #76
    Originally posted by Xeinaemm View Post
    ... and you telling me that in less than month Intel magically upgraded older CPUs?
    I was irritated to read this as I remembered the cpus I was interested in buying and the way they performed across this whole V9 V10 thing.
    Intel's i3-9100F had a 'monstrous' 8900 cpumark and some 2400 ST. Now it's 6900 and some 2500 ST.
    Meanwhile AMD's Ryzen 1600/2600 had some 1800 ST now they are 300 points higher.

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    • #77
      Intel's i3-9100F had a 'monstrous' 8900 cpumark and some 2400 ST. Now it's 6900 and some 2500 ST.
      As of today the i3-9100F single threaded results are,
      V9 - 2406
      V10 - 2486
      ~3% increase

      Ryzen 5 1600
      V9 - 1825
      V10 - 2108
      ~15% increase.

      So are you
      1) Upset that AMD benefited more than Intel in this case (i.e. the opposite of some others in this topic)? It is a no win situation for us. Any move up or down upsets roughly half our user base.
      2) Or just upset because you don't like change. Again it is a no win. As eventually the numbers will become irrelevant, unless we update it every decade or so. Leaving people upset about the change, or upset that we didn't change.



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