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Old 31-08-17, 01:00 PM
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AMD releases their Ryzen Threadripper 1900X CPU

Eight highly clocked Ryzen CPU cores with extreme levels of IO performance.



Read more on AMD's new Ryzen Threadripper 1900X CPU.

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Old 31-08-17, 02:28 PM
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Great option for pros, or any one needing lots of lanes
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And of course it leaves users room to grow down the line with (potentially) up to 32 cores in the future. 4.2Ghz XFR is very good.
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Yeah this was a good move to release this cheap TR. Not everybody needs all the cores but may need high volumes of IO.
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Old 31-08-17, 08:51 PM
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Hmm if the 1900x can hit 4,2 GHz or more, on all cores with an OC. It could be an awesome CPU, even for a gamer
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The i7 7700k and 7820x still beats the threadripper for gaming. Just look at any benchmark test.
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The i7 7700k and 7820x still beats the threadripper for gaming. Just look at any benchmark test.
Barely.

And does it matter? This isn't really aimed at gamers. This is a prosumer CPU first and gamer/consumer second.
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The i7 7700k and 7820x still beats the threadripper for gaming. Just look at any benchmark test.
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Barely.

And does it matter? This isn't really aimed at gamers. This is a prosumer CPU first and gamer/consumer second.
Plus aren't these soldered as well? Unlike Intel's 7700K and 7820X being glued togheter with chewing gum.
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The threadripper will be a thing of the past when the 8700k is released
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Old 01-09-17, 09:05 AM
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The threadripper will be a thing of the past when the 8700k is released
Which I bet also will have at max 30% performance increase from their last gen, that is if Intel felt like being a bit generous to their customers, rather than letting everyone bend over again. And also not being soldered, making cooling way less efficient, and coming with an price tag which you'd need to either be like or be friends with people like Bill Gates, Mark Suckerberg, Jeff Bezos etc. Or maybe just considering selling your kidney or maybe your kid to afford one lol.
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