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Old 13-07-17, 01:53 PM
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AMD reveals Ryzen Threadripper's pricing and specifications

Up to 16 cores with boost clocks of 4GHz!



Read more on AMD's Ryzen Threadripper CPUs.

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Old 13-07-17, 05:35 PM
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Even more important, Ryzen 3 on July 27
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Old 13-07-17, 05:53 PM
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Will these be reviewed by OC3D?
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Old 13-07-17, 06:19 PM
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Yay Ryzen 3 really excited about that for some stupid reason.

Still waiting to see this cheap 16 core that was shown in the leaks.

OMFG just watched the vid. That 16 core score :O that's frikkin BRUTAL. 3000 points :O
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Old 13-07-17, 06:38 PM
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I'm a good chunk suspicious of PCWorld because of what they did with hiding things in their Vega review...
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Old 13-07-17, 06:51 PM
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I'm a good chunk suspicious of PCWorld because of what they did with hiding things in their Vega review...
That was scripted and they had been told what to say. Why do I know that? because them saying "They couldn't tell the difference" and all that BS had already been said by some one at AMD ages ago. It was shortly after "The performance is very nice !".

When you got a s**t product you hide it. However with Ryzen there is nothing to hide. Sure the clocks on them are a bit lame but the actual CPU is bloody fantastic. Lisa's job is much easier than the poor sod working in the GPU department I know that much.
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I'm excited to see how well threadripper performs compared to the 17/1800x
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Old 15-07-17, 04:04 AM
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I'm excited to see how well threadripper performs compared to the 17/1800x
Well for gaming I doubt there will be an improvement. If we get any it's because of the extra cache it has. But I don't think it will provide much.
For non gaming purposes, it will be a monster

Second thought... for gaming and streaming it would also be a monster of a chip. Could run some insane streaming settings while playing super demanding games and I don't think it'll care
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Star Citizen is going to love it as Mark Abent from RSI stated " So the more cpu cores you got, the faster the game is going to run, basically taking full charge of multicore.......everything"
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