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2700x vs 8700k 1080 ti in sli ?

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Ok so doesn't anyone else find it strange that there are no benchmarks with the 2700x vs 8700k paired with two gtx 1080ti's 

im sure when we finally get one it will the same massive delta we saw with the 1800x vs 7700k with the 1080ti sli

with a single 1080ti at 4k the two are equal but in sli im sure we see the delta at 4k as we do when running at 1080p

in gaming Amd is outclassed plain and simple.

 

 

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I don't have either CPU to test it. But by proxy you can guess fairly well. In most games the 8700K is faster than the 1700X / 2700X. Than once you start to get to to 4k gaming things start to get really close in frame rate and than even more when using SLI. All this is from stock CPU. Once you overclock both the GPU and CPU + Memory speeds than you actually need to the hardware to see the results.

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+1,.. once you overclock the hardware, the 2700X chip would most likely be outmatched by the 8700Ks higher clock frequencies. 

 

At standard clocks for gaming, the victor would be Intel's 6-core i7-8700K. For productivity at standard clocks, it goes to AMD's new 8-core R7 2700X  (yet can go back to Intel once overclocked, depending on the software). 

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This is also my thought as well and I am very curious that with all this talk about at 4k they are equal because they are bottlenecked by the gpu , well remove it by running 2 gtx 1080 ti's and im better we will see the same massive delta at 4k like we see at 1080p

 

+1,.. once you overclock the hardware, the 2700X chip would most likely be outmatched by the 8700Ks higher clock frequencies. 

 

At standard clocks for gaming, the victor would be Intel's 6-core i7-8700K. For productivity at standard clocks, it goes to AMD's new 8-core R7 2700X  (yet can go back to Intel once overclocked, depending on the software). 

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If anyone has a 2700X running 1080 Ti SLI go ahead, let's see what that 8-core can do,.. actually it would be interesting to see anyone's score regardless of how many cores or cards your running.   :cheers:

 

Fire Strike Ultra i7-8700K @ 5.2GHz and 16GB 4133MHz memory : 14795  https://imgur.com/N0k29WM

 

 

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If anyone has a 2700X running 1080 Ti SLI go ahead, let's see what that 8-core can do,.. actually it would be interesting to see anyone's score regardless of how many cores or cards your running.   :cheers:

 

Fire Strike Ultra i7-8700K @ 5.2GHz and 16GB 4133MHz memory : 14795  https://imgur.com/

 

If anyone has a 2700X running 1080 Ti SLI go ahead, let's see what that 8-core can do,.. actually it would be interesting to see anyone's score regardless of how many cores or cards your running.   :cheers:

 

Fire Strike Ultra i7-8700K @ 5.2GHz and 16GB 4133MHz memory : 14795  https://imgur.com/N0k29WM

for what its worth here is the top score on firestrike ultra with the 2700x 1080 ti sli https://www.3dmark.com/fs/15645957

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I know that  this post ioos old... But I've been looking into purchasing another 1080 and a 1440p or 4k monitor for high refresh. The score I'm going to post a pretty close to  the 8700k. Here is the Fire strike Ultra scores https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/35044513?  and the non 4k score is in the 18k's for my scoring.

 

 

Ryzen 2700x 4.2ghz 1.4v

Corsair H100iV2

Gigabyte Aorus Ultra Gaming

2x8gb Corsair LPX ddr4 3200mhz oc 3400

gigabyte 1080 Xtreme Gaming Water cooling GV-N1080XTREME +50 on clock +200 mem 1.093 volts 2100mhz clock 5300mhz memory

Corsair HX850i

Samsung 970 evo 250gb nvme Boot

Kingston Savages 480's Raid 0

Western Digital 2tb Data Drive

Corsair 780T Case

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