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Old 15-05-17, 03:22 PM
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Specifications for AMD's Ryzen 9 series of 10+ core CPUs have leaked

Specifications for AMD's Ryzen 9 series of 10+ core CPUs have leaked, offering insane levels of multi-threaded performance for consumers.



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Old 15-05-17, 03:33 PM
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Genuinely excited about the AMD parts. If the 10 core comes in at £500 or so Intel are in all sorts of trouble
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What I find both rather funny/amusing and interesting, is that despite Intel's decades of experience and billions of money, in comparison to AMD, they still have a high TDP in their CPUs. Meanwhile AMD is keeping them lower, even though having more cores and more threads.
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Old 15-05-17, 04:34 PM
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What I find both rather funny/amusing and interesting, is that despite Intel's decades of experience and billions of money, in comparison to AMD, they still have a high TDP in their CPUs. Meanwhile AMD is keeping them lower, even though having more cores and more threads.
It needs to be remembered that AMD are measuring TDP in a different way than Intel for CPUs, just look at power draw testing that compares a i7 6900K and a R7 1800X.

Both of those CPUs use similar amounts of power under load, but the Intel has a 140W TDP whereas the AMD has a TDP of 95W.
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It needs to be remembered that AMD are measuring TDP in a different way than Intel for CPUs, just look at power draw testing that compares a i7 6900K and a R7 1800X.

Both of those CPUs use similar amounts of power under load, but the Intel has a 140W TDP whereas the AMD has a TDP of 95W.
Well that is just so missleading then... What if your purchase is based on an SFF build with for example an Noctua NH-L9i cooler and the TDP is important for that type of cooler?.
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If core counts keep rising like this we'll be able to run the Cinebench test...in real time at 24fps.
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Old 15-05-17, 04:52 PM
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Interesting times. It would be epic if AMD continues price/performance ratio with Ryzen 9.
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Old 15-05-17, 05:09 PM
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I'd say the 9 SKUs is the only dumb part of​this rumor. Everything else seems fine
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I wonder what 3200Mhz memory as recommended stock frequencies means for Ryzen on the AM4 socket.
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I wonder what 3200Mhz memory as recommended stock frequencies means for Ryzen on the AM4 socket.
Maybe it means that 3200mhz kits will finally be "stock" and not "OC". AMD has a lot of work to do on THAT front though. Those AGESA updates can't come fast enough.
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