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Nikola.3841

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Haven‘t compared the same cpu gen but I upgraded from a 3800x to a 5800x3d and noticed a huge improvement regarding low fps. In fights where i hardly reached 30 fps with the 3800x I now get around 60fps. (Didn‘t change anything else)
 

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Pretty certain that an X3D will always match or beat its regular version but most of the improvement as above is probably gonna be the significantly faster 5000 series vs the 3000 series to begin with. If you got AM4, less than 5000 series and your mobo support the 5800X3D, its in a "dont kitten ask just upgrade" category because there is no other upgrade.

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7 hours ago, Dawdler.8521 said:

Pretty certain that an X3D will always match or beat its regular version but most of the improvement as above is probably gonna be the significantly faster 5000 series vs the 3000 series to begin with. If you got AM4, less than 5000 series and your mobo support the 5800X3D, its in a "dont kitten ask just upgrade" category because there is no other upgrade.

 

I have 5600x

Asking original question because games seem to fit in 2 categories, ones that favor

higher 5800x frequencies and other that favor 5800x3d massive cache

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I side graded from a 5600X@ 4.9GHZ  to a 5800X3D and have noticeable improvements in my minimum framerate.

With everything maxxed out I get no less then 25FPS in massive 3 realm battles where as prior I would hit 8-12 FPS and I mean MASSIVE 100+v100+v100+. In usual zerg fights i hit 40 ish.

This on a RTX 3060Ti 3440x1440.

The responsive feel during massive content greatly improved also.

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4 hours ago, Nikola.3841 said:

 

I have 5600x

Asking original question because games seem to fit in 2 categories, ones that favor

higher 5800x frequencies and other that favor 5800x3d massive cache

Boost clock difference is marginal. As I've already said if you have AM4 the 5800X3D is the only upgrade unless you want to go 7000 series - with all the expensive mobos and ram to go with it, only a $1500 or so CPU upgrade.

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