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5800x/5900x CPU benchmarks coming in for MSFS

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Not a lot of detail on what the full specs and sim settings but if true I think the 5800x and the 5900x will be the processor for the simmer. They release today for anyone who doesn’t know.

 

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Any idea where to buy them? I don't see any listing on Amazon in Europe


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22 minutes ago, canadiantree said:

Any idea where to buy them? I don't see any listing on Amazon in Europe

Overclockers would be a good shout, I know they have stock in the U.K. right now.

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Would  very intresting to see a 5000 series AMD CPU paired with the upcoming 6900XT , can be a potential Nvidia 3090  Intel 10900k killer for MSFS if AMD Smart Access Memory works as they say.  

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4 minutes ago, westman said:

Would  very intresting to see a 5000 series AMD CPU paired with the upcoming 6900XT , can be a potential Nvidia 3090  Intel 10900k killer for MSFS

Quite possibly, be interesting to see what the performance will be like with smart memory and rage enabled too could be a contender for sure at a much cheaper cost

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Although I get great performance from my 3900x I might just do another upgrade. Really nice to not have to buy a new motherboard and just plop that bad boy down in my current. And maybe pair that with and AMD card as well. hmmm.. 

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2 minutes ago, Swe_Richard said:

Although I get great performance from my 3900x I might just do another upgrade. Really nice to not have to buy a new motherboard and just plop that bad boy down in my current. And maybe pair that with and AMD card as well. hmmm.. 

I envy you mate, I need to do a full system upgrade.. I’m looking at £1500... not sure how to break the news to the mrs... Might have to tell her I’ve won a competition or something haha

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27 minutes ago, Swe_Richard said:

Although I get great performance from my 3900x I might just do another upgrade. Really nice to not have to buy a new motherboard and just plop that bad boy down in my current. And maybe pair that with and AMD card as well. hmmm.. 

thinking the same


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Can't wait to see the results from an AMD cpu paired with the new AMD video card. See Tom's Hardware website quote below.

"AMD is also leveraging its position as the only CPU maker that also makes discrete GPUs by rolling out its new Smart Memory Access feature. This new tech boosts gaming performance by enhancing data transfer performance between the CPU and GPU, but it only works if you have a Radeon RX 6000 graphics card, Ryzen 5000 processor, and a 500-series motherboard"      Source: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/amd-ryzen-9-5950x-5900x-zen-3-review

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These got sold out instantly. At least in Norway. 

But I ordered an R9 5900X as a replacement for my R9 3900X anyway. Says expected delivery around 2nd of December.


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2 hours ago, Swe_Richard said:

Although I get great performance from my 3900x I might just do another upgrade. Really nice to not have to buy a new motherboard and just plop that bad boy down in my current. And maybe pair that with and AMD card as well. hmmm.. 

Since you already have a very decent CPU I would recommend prolonging your purchase as much as you can. As with Zen 2, it is expected that chips from later batches will be able to hit boost clocks more consistently and be more stable in general. Also you get to skip any issues that might be fixed with newer BIOS revisions.

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AMD 5900x + 6900xt will probably be the best pair of hardware for MSFS next year.

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43 minutes ago, Ixoye said:

AMD 5900x + 6900xt will probably be the best pair of hardware for MSFS next year.

It could be an overkill, actually. Maybe the 5800x + 6800xt combo would be a better option. 
 

Talking about next year’s possibilities, I wouldn’t be surprised to see new intel CPUs and a Nvidia 3080 Super and a 3080 Ti joining the fight.

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