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Banner1986
Banner1986

I took a chance on AMD for the first time in 15 years - threadripper pro. I expect the wrx80 platform to at least get one more processor generation worth of support, and for this platform to run my home server for at least the next 6 years. So far, I'm cautiously optimistic. A gaming VM, Emulation VM, router VM, and all the self hosting I can throw at it are chugging along just fine up to now, but we'll see how I feel in a year or two...

Vor 6 Stunden
RobTi
RobTi

I got a 11700k brand new for almost half the price bundled with a Z590 motherboard. It was too cheap to pass up. If I was paying MSRP, I would have gotten AMD, and I’ve been using Intel since 1998.

Vor 10 Stunden
aTad nMad
aTad nMad

believe it or not, i'm really happy with my i5-2400. windows takes forever to boot though (like many minutes on the "welcome" screen). i'm thinkin that's more about the HDD needing an upgrade to something akin to an SSD (cuz, i don't know all the jargon). am i wrong? popped a 1050ti into this bad boy (lol a dell optiplex 790) and crammed in 20gigs of ram, and cities skylines runs pretty smooth with a city of 250,000+ citizens (ya, i get down to 10 fps when there's a huge crowd of people i'm zoomed in on with traffic, to be expected however) - the CPU, afterall, is 12yrs old haha. I'm, frankly, surprised it runs at all.

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Alex
Alex

It seems like you couldn't make a video this long about Intel. It's nice AMD is innovating but most users prefer reliability out of the box.

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Stephen Haworth
Stephen Haworth

When I can run a VM and VR at the same time, my overclock is good.

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Stephen Haworth
Stephen Haworth

I prefer max multi core speeds to single because I like running many things at once; like a VM

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Guy Maxfield
Guy Maxfield

So what does this mean for serious video editing and photo touch up and retouching?

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Jp 305
Jp 305

When I can afford an upgrade I’ll be going amd, still with my 9900k for now

Vor 2 Tage
Robert Busfy
Robert Busfy

Yeah. Intel long time user here. When the time to upgrade to computer came and I got Ryzen 5 5600g, it took some time to get it running. But sure enough it was only due to lack of deeper knowledge of older AM4 chipsets not supporting newer CPUs without the new BIOS. I totaly didn't expect that the system might not even POST. Not only that, the MB error core was totaly wrong faulting the DRAM. So it was quite frustrating time to watch the new computer 'dead' on the ground and browsing all the forums for the clues... Long story short, the MB didn't support flashing from USB so I had to buy old gen ryzen to get into BIOS and update it and only then I was able to switch to my Ryzen 5... But it is working without issue since then. I guess the current BIOS is ready for everyday user as you said. Thanks for the great video!

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John Payne
John Payne

Premiere can really take advantage of PCIE 4.0 SSD drives for disc access with the 3000 series threadripper, speeding up 4K video when scrubbing.

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Duke Ax
Duke Ax

Those dad jokes are pretty funny Jay LOL

Vor 4 Tage
Chris Zilli
Chris Zilli

Picked an AMD Ryzen 3200G desktop about a month or so ago for 500 - old computer zonked out and needed something quick and cheap. Funny that you mentioned the odd power issue - Ill put my computer to sleep for the night and in the morning, some days, the power button light is off and others it's blinking but both times when i press the button to turn the computer back on, it comes back on from a sleep mode (rather than a straight boot up). For integrated graphics, it is what it is as I only have 250 wattage to draw from, something that will need to be changed down the road but in regards to handling something like League of Legends, no issues so far. Sims 4, no issues as well - yeah i know, some heavy weight games there but gotta keep in mind, my previous computer was worst than this one so not a heck of a lot of options gaming wise. But if you're just an average pc user, the Ryzen 3 is ideal. For gamers, toss in the graphic card and a proper power supply and memory and you'll be fine as well.

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Chris Zilli
Chris Zilli

AMD has always been the way to go for budget building PCs - Intel you've paid a premium for the brand name. Its always seemed to me that Intel captured the corporate market while AMD went after the home market. And those that didnt know all that much about computers usually went with the Intel brand name when getting a home computer because its what they were familiar with at work. Just my observations over the years.

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Joel Van deimen
Joel Van deimen

I'm definitely getting those RAM stability issues with my system ASUS X570 Strix-F, R9 3900XT & Trident Z Neo 3600mhz CL16. Stable at base settings, as soon as I enable D.O.C.P it does pretty much everything you said.

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ThomasKLS
ThomasKLS

The segment with his daughter is so heartwarming. I love this guy for who he is

Vor 4 Tage
Gray Fox
Gray Fox

I have an 5900x it’s a hot brute 🔥

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HattoriZero
HattoriZero

I'm suspecting most of the weird issues described by Jayz are not specific to Ryzen platform, but it is actually Microsoft Windows OS related. Earlier this year, I experienced frequent USB dropouts (within hours daily) on my 12 year old Athlon 64 X2 (2006 CPU) home PC with latest Windows 10 when people started reporting B550 & X570 motherboards are also experiencing USB dropouts, when my PC has been running for 12 years on Windows 7, 8, 8.1 & 10 without this issue happening before. This USB issue for B550 & x570 chipsets were later fixed with AGESA update within BIOS on April 2021, but weeks later my USB dropout issues also "magically" stopped happening on my 12 year old Athlon64 PC without performing any BIOS update (it's a DFI motherboard 2009 BIOS) and the USB dropout issue never returned after month of May 2021. What changes here between these period ? The obvious answer is the Windows Update. Also clicking shut down on a Windows 10 with pending updates will not actually shut the PC down immediately as expected, because Windows 10 will install the updates, do a restart to finalize the update and then only performed the full power off shutdown. This is what happens to my office AMD PC (non-Ryzen) too just as Jayz described at 20:40. For the wake failure issues described by Jayz in 20:23, Windows sleep/wake are not reliable regardless of Intel or AMD platforms. A few of our office's Intel laptop doesn't wake up after sleep/suspend when the lid closed and then lifting the lid or pressing the power button a few hours later. This issue is present since WinXP, 7, 8, 8.1 & now on 10 where it still happens, which I got jealous on how reliable our office MacBook does this flawlessly every time.

Vor 4 Tage
ian
ian

Funny my 5800x has the same problem your old thread ripper had where it will just randomly shutdown and the only way I found to fix it for me was to manually set my all core to 4.5 through the master program

Vor 4 Tage
ian
ian

Probably because I have 3000mhz ram and I run xmp but ill be replacing the ram soonish so I'll test that when I get to it

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Big John
Big John

If AMD and Intel chips have the same performance per dollar. I would choose AMD, because of Intel's history of manipulation of the market.

Vor 7 Tage
BillionDollarBiscuit
BillionDollarBiscuit

My 2700x still kicking butt - even with the new RTX cards

Vor 8 Tage
Firman Nur13
Firman Nur13

i used to have core i5-3450 with RX 550 for editing and some casual gaming, everything normal until i switch to Ryzen 5 1600 with Asrock B450 board and it keep giving me black screen issues ever since

Vor 8 Tage
Wedge Antilles
Wedge Antilles

Im a fan of amd as well however they could be doing so much more with their GPUs, theyre just not made well enough for the games most of us actually play. Of course even if they did, nobody would be able to afford the markups the card sharks have been putting on them. ugh, should be one card per human per month limit. why dont the coin miners just have companies make cards specifically for their needs? clearly theres a market. Another good vid Jay, easy on the commercials though please.

Vor 9 Tage
Flávio Moura
Flávio Moura

I live in Brazil, where the minimum wage is 1.100 reais and a 3990x Threadripper costs more than 30.000 reais. An RTX 3080 is about 13.000 reais. (We don't even have RTX 3090 around here). In other words, we don't even have the money to have these problems around here. And this is sad.

Vor 9 Tage
André Emídio
André Emídio

I'm on ryzen 3000, with a 3600. Its a good product, mine is a really bad overclocker but it works well without it... Would love to buy a next gen cpu because of esports, where the cache and the ipc improvements just make the game so much better

Vor 9 Tage
Vukii92
Vukii92

Honestly, I had these USB Dropouts with my old phenom 2 x6. But after 8-9 years of using it, I didn't react anymore. Especially since I couldn't find what USB dropped out. Often it was like it just played the sound but nothing happened.

Vor 9 Tage
CarTrips
CarTrips

Why the hell talk so much about about PSU and Ampere exclusive issues on a video about AMD? We have known about Ampere having huge power draw spikes since last year.

Vor 9 Tage
Paulie's Channel
Paulie's Channel

I'm a bit late to the show I'm running a Ryzen 5 3600 and it's really good and very smooth works really good when gaming,I'm really happy with the Cpu and it only cost me £185 🖖

Vor 9 Tage
index ikki
index ikki

I ditched Intel for r7 1700 the day It came out

Vor 10 Tage
Malte Stolli
Malte Stolli

When you spoke about some of your problems with early ryzen (random shutdowns, not waking up from sleep mode, restarts on manual shutdown), I really had a deja-vu moment! Now... I am not even running ryzen. I am running a processor older than my sisters, the Intel Core i7 920! Maybe Ryzen was not the issue in the first place, but just windows being weird when running on less common CPUs

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Carbon No6
Carbon No6

I’ve had my 6700K for the better part of 5+ years and it had been great until the moment it decided to press F in the chat on itself.. Had it not malfunctioned I would still be content with it, but I’ve recently switched to an AMD Ryzen 7 3700X and it’s amazing. The cost of the 6700K was $350 new - which has 4 cores and 8 threads. The 3700X was priced around $330 new - and it doubled the cores and threads. I know the 6700K was a few years older, but still, Intel charged far more than they should’ve for that level of hardware. Even to this day people are (actually sold) still selling their 6700K for more than I paid for a brand new 3700X. It’s not the latest CPU, but it was $269 plus the cost of the motherboard and I’m hoping this CPU lasts a lot longer.

Vor 10 Tage
Terakahn
Terakahn

This video makes me want to continue going Intel despite the performance. It's just too reliable and consistent.

Vor 11 Tage
Chris Zilli
Chris Zilli

I think you missed one of the big points of the video, the AMD stuff will continue to improve on-top of it's already stellar production with updates while the Intel stuff is already peaked. And on top of that, you're paying a premium for the Intel branding. And if a shop who's livelihood depends on their computers functioning trusts the brand enough, then shouldn't you who probably has a lot less riding on it? Not a fan boy, Ive just never been a fan of paying premium for brand name to get the same or similar production at a cheaper price.

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ADAL77
ADAL77

Many people with AMD computers when switching to a 3000 series GPU have had different types of problems (disconnections from USB or random reboots or shutdowns) Many of those people have had all these problems solved simply by going into the BIOS and changing the PCIe operation option from Auto (or PCIe 4.0) to PCIe 3.0 So no PCIe 4.0 ... which is the protocol used by the new 3000 series GPUs unlike the 2000 series which used PCIe 3.0 What's not clear is if the problem with PCIe 4.0 is in the chipsets or AMD's own CPUs ...

Vor 11 Tage
Mark Furlong
Mark Furlong

I h ad random shutdowns on th e 5950x when I first got it in May and started playing Doom Eternal and Resident Evil Viii (max settings). I increased the voltage cap and it has only h appened once since (in an 8 h our session). I still h ave a weird quirk wh en I stream music on Amazon Prime where, after about a minute, my PC goes to sleep - otherwise, great for Blender and gaming

Vor 11 Tage
In Orbit
In Orbit

The performance is there, the support is there, the price WAS NOT there for almost a year, and the little-big problems mentioned in the video are there... The company's potential is a factor irrelevant to a consumer that wants to buy a platform and do his job or play his game NOW. There are not lots pc-geeks/nerds like us, out there to update bios every week or mind about agesha or discard a 2080 or 3080 for not working with the platform, etc... Good thorough video as always.

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Alessandro Bresci
Alessandro Bresci

Aging like a fine wine. My experience: I have a Threadripper 2990wx from day 1 (15 august 2018) and 2x Ryzen 5 5600x: x399, B550, x370 chipsets. I had problems but now (after bios updates) they are super stable and I love them: Using Ubuntu and lately Windows 11. Using Prescision Boost Overdrive and 3ghz Memory on Threadripper. Using Curve optimiser=30 on Ryzen 5. I had problems in 2018 and 2019 on Threadripper but now they are gone. Had problems with 5600x too but now they are perfect.

Vor 12 Tage
Alan Darkworld
Alan Darkworld

I'm on a Ryzen 9 PC. First time I made the jump, been using Intel in the past. I don't have any issues, Windows or Linux. This thing is crazy fast, whether it's compiling code for my work or running games. I'd go with AMD again.

Vor 12 Tage
GamerDaddy
GamerDaddy

I just watched a long a** add for AMD lol!

Vor 12 Tage
Gambit
Gambit

I am thinking about upgrading to an r5 5600x from an i5 6400

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Terry U.
Terry U.

Maybe someone will answer a couple of questions for me as I'm going to build a new gamer. 1. Should I pair the ryzen 5950x/ Asus rog strix x570e with the radeon rx 6900xt or can I chance the Nvidia rtx3090? Want a few problems as possible. I'm not a computer guru. 2. Is overclocking really worth doing? It gives me anxiety just thinking about it. But friends say it makes huge differences. Thanks for feedback.

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Von Doom
Von Doom

I still haven't gotten my 1920x built. Busy

Vor 13 Tage
Demion Zarathos
Demion Zarathos

Like I could even afford a fricken ryzen.Hell, I'm still dragging a FX Black quad core on a DDR3 Sabretooth.

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Not1But2And3
Not1But2And3

Me too. Mine is FX-8350. Also, my other PC is Phenom II X4 965. Both are very stable. I use them daily for productivity and medium gaming CS:GO at 80-120fps (good enough for me). This year January, I finally bought Intel PC parts for a complete PC, but I never even open them yet. I have been busy lately.

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Azure the Malk
Azure the Malk

Been a bit of an AMD fanboi since the big 64b multicore fad back in the early 00s - all of my PCs have been AMD since then, partially because of pricing. I was actually considering making the switch back to intel (to be clear, my last one was a mutant Pentium 2, cus I'm old xD) when I was convinced to wait on the release of Ryzen and see how they panned out (though thankfully I did make the switch to nVidia after 15+ years), and while I don't regret it, you just casually described so many issues I've had with my PCs (currently Ryzen 7 2700 (though I've been on an MSi 1070Ti)) over the years that I haven't really bothered to try to seriously deal with.. I guess I should update the BIOS from time to time.. xD

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Ministry of Magic: Department of Mysteries
Ministry of Magic: Department of Mysteries

This sounds like an Nvidia problem not a Ryzen problem.

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BlueNeuro
BlueNeuro

i didnt have any doubt with AMD. i never experienced AMD FX series, but AMD was an underdog, so i looked at what they were offering compared to intel. i embraced it as soon as i was able to. i didnt know to where AMD was taking the ryzen series, but i jumped on regardless to see where i would end up. got a 1600x, never had a problem. i must say it is the best trip ive ever been on and i have yet to even reach the end yet. may the CPU wars never end.

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Tomas T
Tomas T

I was pretty skeptical about my 5600 until I picked up a better cooler. The people that defend the stock cooler saying it is enough and perfectly fine don't know what they are talking about. Since upsizing the cooler, this cpu has been fantastic.

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Jarred Katter
Jarred Katter

I built my first rig using a Ryzen 5 2600x. Started up the first time and booted straight into Windows. Starts up every time all the time and hasn’t had any issues mostly. I did run into issues with my Master Cooler power supply with random shut down and not posting. Switched to EVGA same 550w and no issues. I strongly agree that Ryzen chips just don’t play well with certain PSU’s. New PSU in and not a single issue. Couldn’t be happier with my Ryzen build and I probably won’t ever build a new rig with Intel! To expensive and AMD delivers comparable performance for a way better cost!

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Anthony B
Anthony B

i was super on the fence about ryzen but i just went with a Ryzen 7 5800 X paired to a RTX 3070 Ti and i couldn't be happier =]]

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K Tan
K Tan

Thks to amd Ryzen 5000, laptop has been cheap n good.

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Sam T
Sam T

Thank you for this video. You convinced me to never try AMD.

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Brett Hamilton
Brett Hamilton

next time round will be AMD, problem was the damn supply and Intel had stock as opposed to AMD, just a weird time i guess.

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JZ S
JZ S

I experienced the same problem with RTX graphic cards, they are really power sensitive. I used 650w gold PSU on the 3080 which people say you can, however the fact is the whole thing just unstable. Then upgraded to 750psu, never hit an issue so far.

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Steven Newbury
Steven Newbury

I'm still happy with my custom loop water-cooled FX-9370 with 2.4GHz DDR3. Performance was/is fine with Gentoo Linux.

Vor 15 Tage
Tyler Clark
Tyler Clark

You just cant beat amds prices

Vor 15 Tage
Richard Stroud
Richard Stroud

My x570 MSI Godlike mb still won't run my 5950 with gskill 3800 cs14 at 1900 1T XMP so memory is still a problem. Best I can do is 1733 1T (3666). It works fine with my 3600xt right out of the box so MSI still hasn't fixed the BIOS for my ram yet.

Vor 15 Tage
William Rockhill
William Rockhill

lower the over clock on your video cards will fix the voltage overload

Vor 15 Tage
RYAN WHITE
RYAN WHITE

A CIRCLE HAS A CENTER POINT, AND 4 QUADRANT POINTS

Vor 15 Tage
Corey Rogers
Corey Rogers

USB dropouts were still a problem with Ryzen 5000 series. After building my first gaming PC in 15 years with a 5600x and b550 mobo, much to my surprise, most of my USB ports didn't work and the other half would drop in and out every few minutes. After a lot of troubleshooting, I checked Reddit to see if others had this problem. Turned out to be a common problem, with AMD finally addressing it and working on a solution with mobo manufacturers. It was finally fixed about 6 months after release. I have always been a fan of AMD, and love the 5600x, but AMD often seems to have a lot of problems at launch. That includes all the driver issues most of their GPU's have had at launch.

Vor 15 Tage
mintydog06
mintydog06

I knew the Ryzen would be great, I bought mine day one and it's still running great. I'm glad a lot of people have them because we need competition and we need far less of Intel.

Vor 15 Tage
Tim Solinski
Tim Solinski

Looking at my USB keyboard dddddddddddddddddddd

Vor 15 Tage
Rockingham Music Abingdon
Rockingham Music Abingdon

I think these issues perhaps highlight the fact that uniformity in a build is good idea, ie if you choose to run an amd cpu, then you should also choose to run an amd GPU with it, also for other parts, ram , mthboard, etc go with the manufacturers recomendations that are certified to work. Apple streamline hardware and software in their product lines for uniformity.

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Führer des Benutzers
Führer des Benutzers

I can agree with you. I run a 3600 with an RX 580 and I've had absolutely no issues for the almost 2 years I've been using this system (apart from some strange artifacting followed by a restart that happened randomly a few months ago for a few weeks. I guess it was a Windows update that has since been fixed).

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Teddy Graham
Teddy Graham

@JayzTwoCents where can I get a 28 core 3950x all i can find is 16 core lol

Vor 16 Tage
Ill Wolf III
Ill Wolf III

LOL I've had those same issues, 5950x with 1050ti lp

Vor 16 Tage
Ritter Mendoza
Ritter Mendoza

Dad joke + Ryzen tech update by Jay is the best fathers day gift from u jay. I do take your facts & opinions strongly jay. I might be getting a ryzen for my next build. Going to name it after you!

Vor 16 Tage
FirstBatalion
FirstBatalion

i have had issues moving from a 2080 super to a 6900xt off a 3700x. random games will stutter others work perfectly fine. also notice very low power draw in most games around 70-80w from gpu, although benchmarks run flawlessy and draw 280w power from gpu. i use 750w ap750gm psu. It is 100w under recommended but it shouldnt be a problem. i also get random grey screen crashes loading up games sometimes.

Vor 16 Tage
AnonAMouse
AnonAMouse

Intel has leaned too hard on its existing reputation to drive sales. Not that their product is bad or even sub-par, but I am always leary of any company that seems to have a chokehold on the market. When I first began considering building a gaming rig (spoiler: I still haven't done it. Money for a good rig is a problem for someone who works near minimum wage) about 10 years ago, I heard about AMD and did a spec comparison to Intel. I liked what I saw, and at the end of the day, all other th being more or less equal, the fact that I could get AMD cheaper convinced me to switch to AMD and I have never considered getting an Intel processor since. Also: Love the case of the computer on the left behind you.

Vor 17 Tage
Ray Tsang
Ray Tsang

intel is just like a toothpaste factory... my 5800X works everything fine so far.

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Lane Starritt
Lane Starritt

I've had a 3600 in a gigabyte b350 mobo and a 5800X in a gigabyte x570 mobo, never had any problems with them. Also have had a 5700xt and a 6800xt and both have been lovely. All were purchased new at msrp.

Vor 17 Tage
Stilles
Stilles

Hmmm I just upgraded my X399 Taichi with a TR 2920x...which I totally don't need. But it's nice to have.

Vor 18 Tage
Crazy Person
Crazy Person

I bet Microsoft and Sony probably funded AMD and helped them bring Ryzen to market because of the consoles. They needed a cpu gpu and AMD had made it for them and AMD made so much money from the consoles that they were able to make ryzen happen

Vor 18 Tage
Julian DG
Julian DG

"The price is there..."? Are you kidding me? Look at the Ryzen's price right now compared to Intel cpus. They cost twice!

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woswas denni
woswas denni

she tried so hard not to laugh

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Boom Stomp
Boom Stomp

I took your advise a couple years back, and I'm so glad I did. Recently also upgraded from Ryzen 5 to Ryzen 9. I Use it extensively for Unreal Engine _Virtual Productions and Editing, and it just does not fail. I have pushed these chips to their capacity and they hold well. I did find that your higher RAM speeds made an immense difference in After Effects (3200) on the R5-2600x. I now have a 3600 RAM set installed on the R9-5900x and they just bolt the editing cache speeds and real-time-render performances. Even a small GTX runs great with the chip. I have not seen any system lag since. Let's see how this series holds up. Thanx for the show.

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SuperWizzzz
SuperWizzzz

Those tyres at the back...lol

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BlinkyBill_
BlinkyBill_

my 6800xt has been running at 2790 mhz all day for ever fuckign amazing builing a 5800x system this week cant wait

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Brendan Utt
Brendan Utt

I really wished that y'all also talked about AMD Radeon in this as well or if you have a link discussion about an all AMD system. I'm really curious about trying to build one in my near future.

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Keith Watkins
Keith Watkins

I’m currently running Ryzen 5 3600 and about to upgrade to the 3900x. Looking forward to the extra performance! The 3600 has been amazing! Going to hang on to it for now. I’ve got the 7 3800x for my next build.

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Keith Watkins
Keith Watkins

Go Ryzen!!!

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Jake Aurod
Jake Aurod

I built my Ryzen 5 1600 in 2018 and have had a few odd things happen, like USB dropouts, but they mostly resolved themselves. I wish I could be more specific but, like Ryzen, I've had memory problems. I had some ideas in my head for gaming and video production, but I had a heart attack with cardiac arrest and complictions, and haven't gotten back to those production ideas. Now, I've half-forgotten things and need to re-learn how to take care of this machine and get all the firmware and driver updates I've been forgetting and hope I don't brick it in the process.

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Jealous Gaming
Jealous Gaming

I went from a 9900k to a 5950x. The performance increase is good, but I constantly have USB issues, bios updates have fixed the dropouts, but now I'm left with issues like USB webcams and devices freezing, USB audio Mixers going robotic and malfunctioning until unplugged and plugged back in. Has been a total hassle.

Vor 22 Tage
twinturbo111
twinturbo111

Can I safe paid a 3080 with an AMD CPU? (5600x). Because traditionally i used to always pair intel/NVidia together

Vor 23 Tage
Computer X Red Pill Or Blue Pill
Computer X Red Pill Or Blue Pill

When is Threadripper 4th generation coming out?

Vor 23 Tage
Rawsawn
Rawsawn

Finaly a video that talks about how it is over time, i dont want to swap stuff after 2-3 years, so for me its been Intel because ive never experienced slowdown or performance hickups. Until now ive not seen an honest over time experience of AMD's Ryzen. Thanks Jay. That said about 8 years ago i had a brand new PSU that just wouldnt do anything in my system, it was more wattage and higher quality than my previous one, so i figured it was DoA.. however it had no issues in a different system, wtf? Another time ive also experienced a thing where we thought the wall socket delivered bad power, so we swapped computers around and then that wouldnt boot either, so we figured maybe its the cable to the PSU. That booted it, but now the other machine that was swapped in wouldnt power on where it was connected before, we then swapped power cables between the 2 and then they both would boot 🤯🧐

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BigAndy T-Man
BigAndy T-Man

I just built my first computer, using a lot of this channels videos as guides for some of the subtle aspects of building, so thank you for that. It is an Ryzen 5 5600x gaming machine, and I had been Intel for many years. I love it, it works beautiful, and the customer service was phenomenal when I had an issue with the motherboard BIOS and the chip. Part of my choice.came from reviews about how AMD has really stepped up the quality, and I can attest to the performance. Its awesome. Thanks Jay.

Vor 24 Tage
T F
T F

This video doesn't help win me over. Granted I just game so the demand for my CPU Is fairly straight forward. I have a i7-9700k and I have had ZERO weird issues. 🙃

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miner10102 Andrew S
miner10102 Andrew S

how to even describe the dad jokes.... it's such a maze that I cannot truly explain how bad they were.

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amohtash
amohtash

Just convinced me not to buy AMD cpu although u tried to explain how good they are. But random shut downs, freezing etc

Vor 24 Tage
Andrew Matas
Andrew Matas

I've been an AMD guy since 2000 or so. Seriously. Through good and bad for my personal machines. Work provided have been intel but otherwise I've been AMD when it's my choice. I'm not as high end gamer as I used to be but AMD has always performed well for me be it gaming, audio or video editing. From the Athon 64 chips to my current Ryzen 7 3700

Vor 24 Tage
Apocalyptic Weasel
Apocalyptic Weasel

My next build will be AMD, ever since i went for the X99 board i have had nothing but hassle had the MSI Godlike gaming and that just locked the cpu at 1.2ghz it would never run above that and now have a X99 Asus Rog strix and still get problems with it just dropping to black screen and fans all spool up to max rpm the only thing i can do is power off and then power on and it starts back up.

Vor 25 Tage
Andreas Strauss
Andreas Strauss

I switched from a i5 6600k to a ryzen 7 1800x wich was quite good a bit slower single core but much faster multicore i now have switched to the 3900x and its brilliant it goes like hell and i wouldnt swap it for a intel

Vor 25 Tage
drBVR
drBVR

Auto-restart on shut down is probably due to Win10.. have had that same experiense on laptops and desktops. (the icon for "up-date" on the button were not there!)

Vor 25 Tage
BarManATL
BarManATL

I for one as a consumer buy for the company more than the "top of the line" product nowadays. I used to own Intel/Nvidia rigs and loved them but with the way Intel and Nvidia have treated consumers, I backed out after Intel's 6th Gen and Nvidia's 10 series and never looked back. The companies need this swift kick in the nuts to realize that their consumers are their life blood and the competition is growing FAST!

Vor 26 Tage
mostevil
mostevil

Hey that's all the wierd shit my AMD system has done! But yeah $4$ I can't complain.

Vor 27 Tage
Matthias Wenzel
Matthias Wenzel

Strange, if you have followed CPUs for as long as I have... I started out with Intel, 80286 in fact.. I probably had one from each Generation. 386.. 486 was the first System I build from scratch. Pentium I, II, III... and then... AMD released the Thunderbirds and for a Gamer back in the early 2000s... Luckily I worked in a PC retail store back then as a system builder. So it was easy to get all the newest ones. I think I stayed with AMD up to the Athlon64 Series. Pentium 4 was just... ok, they were faster, but $ per frame? AMD still had it. Until Core2 hit. That made me switch back and I haven´t looked back since. Just build my new System in January with a 10700 i7 and was lucky enough to score a 3070 for a halfway decent price (around 700 euros, which should be around 800$?) back in December. I am sooo happy I didn´t wait, like some of my friends did because they thought that price was too much xD. Still. If AMD keeps this up, I am seriously looking at them again for next year or year after that, though usually I don´t upgrade that often, anymore. My old Core2quad 6600, with the good stepping, overclocked with undervoltage (!) to 3 ghz and stayed running for almost 10 years until i switched to a i5 7500. Quadcore didn´t cut it anymore, though. especially without hyperthreading. That one has my old 1060 6gb in it and functions as a "guest" gaming PC. Come to think of it, my office PC is actually an AMD (leftovers from mining) where I put in an Insane asus formula Z Mainboard with its 4 PCIe 16x slots for mining, running on a Sempron xD. Now it has a FX4300 and an old Radeon r9 280x that survived mining. Bit OP for Office work, but then again.. games like World of Warships run just fine on that rig. :D

Vor 27 Tage
07wrxtr1
07wrxtr1

Funny enough- last summer windows did an update and I was stuck in a blue screen loop until I disconnected all usb devices

Vor 28 Tage
lordspam
lordspam

bought a ryzen 7 3700x when we were in '15 days to slow the spread' and have never had an issue. i use it for work, music and gaming and could not be happier. my first build was a k62 in the late 90's and it was trash. They have come a long way.

Vor 28 Tage
Jeff Clevenger
Jeff Clevenger

with my 3900x it didnt mater what power supply [x4] tried or mother board [3x] i would have the sane problem you were describing. moved to the 5900x and all problem cured. msi godlike mb 32g gskill trident neo 3600 3 nvme 's 3 tb evga 3080 xc hydro cooper xmp enabled all stock timmings

Vor 28 Tage
Lonnie Beal
Lonnie Beal

I've been back and forth between amd and intel since the 90's. Still got an i5-2400, i7-2600 and xeon 1680v2 up and in use for other things. My main rig is the 2700x and it's the first build I've been completely happy with. After market cooler and XMP profiles on, turbo has hit 4.8ghz. Asus Prime B450M-A mobo, which I just updated the bios to 3202 so now come a day I get greedy, I can drop a 5950x in. CPU prices on the somewhat high side today, but gpu prices are obscene...

Vor 29 Tage
Dragonld
Dragonld

Well owning a cpu for 3 years is the "warranty time". How about 5-6-7 years? My Intel i7 3770(2012) send greetings from his 9 years 24/7 usage.

Vor 29 Tage
LoveIsTheAnswer
LoveIsTheAnswer

This is the most BORING video that JayzTwoCents has ever done! thumbsdown!

Vor 29 Tage
LoveIsTheAnswer
LoveIsTheAnswer

Can we have MORE Dad Jokes please!

Vor 29 Tage

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