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Old 20-03-17, 12:07 PM
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i haved forget about AMD But NOWS it's look to be a great competiitor for music studio 16 cores it's like a xeon no? hope so wait for a better comparaison
and the cache memory will be?


32mb L3 cashe i guesss 8MB L2

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Old 20-03-17, 12:10 PM
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This rumour is circulating fast now.
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Old 21-03-17, 02:41 AM
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Yes, it will be a server processor. Later on they will have a 32 core/64thread version of it. The cache memory will be the double the Ryzen 7's. It means, they use a modular CPU, in this case 2x 8C/16T with 2x2x1 CCX -> QUAD Channel memory handling... It should be around 1,000-1,250 USD. The 32C/64T should be priced around 2,000-2,500 USD, if I count well. So 2017 will be a very exciting year on the CPU market. ;-)
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Old 21-03-17, 02:59 AM
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Yes, it will be a server processor. Later on they will have a 32 core/64thread version of it. The cache memory will be the double the Ryzen 7's. It means, they use a modular CPU, in this case 2x 8C/16T with 2x2x1 CCX -> QUAD Channel memory handling... It should be around 1,000-1,250 USD. The 32C/64T should be priced around 2,000-2,500 USD, if I count well. So 2017 will be a very exciting year on the CPU market. ;-)
Kinda missing the point....
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Yes, it will be a server processor. Later on they will have a 32 core/64thread version of it. The cache memory will be the double the Ryzen 7's. It means, they use a modular CPU, in this case 2x 8C/16T with 2x2x1 CCX -> QUAD Channel memory handling... It should be around 1,000-1,250 USD. The 32C/64T should be priced around 2,000-2,500 USD, if I count well. So 2017 will be a very exciting year on the CPU market. ;-)
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Kinda missing the point....
Which is?....
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Old 21-03-17, 06:40 AM
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Which is?....
How can you not see the point?
It's his first sentence...
Then compare to the article.

A consumer level CPU and socket with consumer level chipset compared to a server chip that will have much different sockets and a very different chipset... Because well... Server environment.
If you don't follow that.
Basically a server CPU this chip is not going to be. Sure it could run a server, but technically any CPU could. (not that I think this cpu will happen anyway for​ consumers)
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