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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti:- intel i7-8700 vs i5-8400 vs i3-8100 vs Pentium G5400 | Benchmark in Battlefield 5, AC Odyssey, GTA 5
GTX 1080 Ti:-
Performance:-4K gaming at 60 fps has long been the promised land for PC gamers, and the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is the closest we’ve come. Getting a silky smooth gaming experience in Ultra HD will depend on the titles you’re trying to run, however.
We were able to achieve frame rates in the 50 to 60 range with games like Battlefield 1 and Doom. That’s not an easy feat – but these are still two of the most optimized games on the market.
Similarly, Nvidia released a DirectX 12 optimized Game Ready Driver that helped us run Rise of the Tomb Raider at a solid 40 fps, not quite matching the Titan X’s 57 fps performance, and double the 20 fps previously seen on the GTX 1080.
INTEL Core i7-8700:-
Core i7-8700 may be destined to live in the -8700K's shadow. But again, it does feature the same complement of six cores, 12MB of L3 cache, and DDR4-2666-capable memory controller. Like all of Intel's Core i7, i5, and i3 models, the i7-8700 comes with an integrated UHD Graphics 630 engine that gives Intel a leg up over competing Ryzen 7 and 5 processors without any on-die graphics.
Unfortunately, due to Coffee Lake's lack of backward compatibility, you do need a 300-series motherboard if you're upgrading from an older platform.Intel is infamous for aggressively segmenting its portfolio, meaning it trims frequencies, only makes overclocking available on premium models, turns Hyper-Threading on and off, and disables cores to create lower-priced models. Of course, the company did this with its seventh-gen Core CPUs, too. The Core i7-7700 was multiplier-locked, while the -7700K catered to enthusiasts. But Intel capped the -7700's top Turbo Boost bin at a mere 4.2 GHz. Core i7-8700 isn't as constrained. Its four-core ceiling is 4.4 GHz, while six active cores reach up to 4.3 GHz, just like Core i7-8700K. In most workloads, the 500 MHz base frequency difference between Core i7-8700 and -8700K quickly disappears as Turbo Boost kicks in.
i5-8400:-For games that already hit maximum performance on an i5-7600K (as an example), it won't do much, but there are an increasing number of games that will show small to moderate gains with more cores and/or threads. Generally speaking, Hyper-Threading on an Intel CPU core gives you about a 20-30 percent boost in potential throughput, so having six full cores running six threads is actually going to be faster than four cores and eight threads—at least at the same clockspeed. Since the i5-8400 is clocked a bit lower than the i7-7700K, it's not quite a direct replacement, but as you'll see in the benchmarks, there are numerous games where the newcomer i5 beats the previous generation i7.
i3-8100:-As we’ve said, the Core i3-8100 is an entry-level processor in Intel’s 8th generation (Coffee Lake), which is the case for basically all Core i3 processors from Intel. As such, this is a quad-core processor without hyper-threading (i.e. cores handling two tasks at once) built on Intel’s well-established 14-nanometer process.
The processor is clocked at a 3.6GHz frequency – about standard for desktop processors – but, being an entry-grade processor, it does not support Intel’s Turbo Boost technology. This allows processors that support it to be boosted beyond their base clock speeds.
A plus is that the chip runs on Intel’s HD Graphics 630 subsystem, which is plenty robust for streaming movies up to 4K resolution and run casual PC games. The chip also supports plenty of the latest graphics standards, like OpenGL 4.5 and DirectX 12.Finally, the Core i3-8100 supports up to 64GB of memory on the DDR4 standard at speeds up to 2,400MHz via two slots, and is rated at 65 watts of TDP – thermal design power, or how much of your PC power supply’s available wattage will be used.
Pentium G5400:-The Pentium Gold G5400 is one of Intel's latest low priced processors. Released in the 2nd quarter of 2018, the G5400 enters the market with the price tag of $74 (at this time of writing). This Coffee Lake processor has two cores with Hyper-Threading technology which means it comes along with four threads. And it has a base clock frequency of 3.7 GHz.