AMD or Intel for game dev (Unity/Visual Studio project builds)?

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  1. zed

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    By coincidence microsoft edge got updated today, new icon and all
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    from a console app that I built, so how is it infected with a trojan?
    has visual studio become infected?
     
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    I wish I had 128 Cores to use like this... [ Watch the Twitter Video ]

     
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    haha that's crazy. That would have taken awhile to get right.
     
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    Little late to the party, but cpubenchmark.net is not useful for comparing pretty much anything, their single core ranking for example is based solely on passmark result. You should always try and find a benchmark in the software you're going to use or at least has similar loads
     
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    Dang, bad apple not in Spotify
     
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    Unreal is compiling very fast with 3900X.
    At least so far with smaller projects. Much faster than my core i5.
     
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    DF had a 3900XT review and I posted a comment about developer benchmarks that a member of staff liked and said they'd look into. Fingers crossed!
     
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    But you don't know if it'd be compiling even faster with an i9 10900K. ;)
     
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    Lol no. Fortunately, I also suspect much faster than a 6600 i5
     
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    AMD thinks you should go Threadripper Pro for Unreal compiling
     
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    And now you can play Doom on your Task Scheduler... [Watch the Twitter Video]

     
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    Apparently this is fake
     
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    Yes indeed. He makes a few different videos, one of them is Pokemon!

     
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