i5 8600 vs Ryzen 5 1600X Benchmarks | Gaming Tests Review & Comparison

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i5 8600 vs Ryzen 5 1600X BENCHMARK | Hitman Total War Tomb Raider Far Cry | 7-ZIP Truecrypt X264 | GTX 1080 – Gaming and Productivity | Encoding | Transcoding | Compression Tests Review / Coffee Lake vs Ryzen 5 | Windows 10

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Intel i5-8600, Lithography 14 nm, Cores – 6, Threads – 6, Processor Base Frequency 3.10 GHz, Cache 9 MB, Bus Speed, 8 GT/s DMI3,TDP 95 W. Graphics Specifications, Processor Graphics, Intel UHD Graphics 630, Graphics Base Frequency, 350 MHz, Graphics Max Dynamic Frequency, 1.15 GHz, Graphics Video Max Memory up to 64 GB.
AMD Ryzen 5 1600X Specifications # of CPU Cores, 6, # of Threads, 12, Base Clock Speed, 3.6GHz, Max Turbo Core Speed, 4GHz, Total L1 Cache, 576KB, Total L2 Cache, 3MB, Total L3 Cache, 16MB, Unlocked, Yes, CMOS, 14nm, Package, AM4, Thermal Solution, Not Included, Default TDP / TDP, 95W.
Supported Technologies, AMD Ryzen Master Utility, AMD SenseMI Technology, AES, AVX2, FMA3, AMD Virtualization, XFR (Extended Frequency Range), “Zen” Core Architecture.

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  1. Not everybody has $1000 to spend on a 1080ti. i can see the fps is above 60fps but some people with 144Hz monitors don't mind playing on low settings to stay above 144fps. so would you mind testing games like BF1 multiplayer on low settings for pure CPU comparison without any GPU bottleneck? i wanna go for Ryzen but i'm quite worried it won't hit 144fps and i might later regret not buying an Intel CPU.

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