I wouldn't say it "demolishes" the 5950x in Cinibench R23 multithread. The leak numbers says It does about 2000 points better. Which isn't a ton. But it is a fair bit. That's the difference between a 10700 and 11700.
However, the single core number is devestating.
What's clear, is that Intel's...
If the leaks are true----5950x should remain competitive in truly multi-threaded loads. But the single core (or lightly threaded) performance of Alder Lake will annihilate. A recent leak showed a single core score over 2,000, in Cinibench R23. Which is nutso.
One of the best party games I have ever played.
4 player, classic dungeon crawling gameplay. But....1 player is the hero and the 3 other players are enemies. Whoever lands the killing blow---becomes a hero. You gain separate experience for your hero and your enemies.
As an enemy, you...
Obviously, you are tunnel vision set on 3600mhz RAM. Buy it if you want. But the performance numbers do not agree that 3600mhz ram is of any tangible benefit Vs. the RAM which you already have.
You are also starting to be rude in this thread so...I'm out.
I can't say for sure its THE reason for your friend's SHA failure, specifically. But its common for Ryzen systems to need a bump to the SOC voltage, in order to behave normally with high speed RAM. And the symptoms can vary a lot.
It will be a pretty simple thing to test. Put the SOC voltage at...