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Old 02-03-18, 11:02 AM
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Ryzen 2700X spotted - How much faster is it than a 1700X?

Will Ryzen 2 also offer IPC improvements?



Read more about AMD's Ryzen 2nd Generation 2700X processor.

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Old 02-03-18, 01:44 PM
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Wow

This is a great improvement, very, very impressive!
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Old 02-03-18, 07:00 PM
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I hope the single threaded performance is better and closer to an 8700K than Ryzen 1st gen is.
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I hope the single threaded performance is better and closer to an 8700K than Ryzen 1st gen is.
It's really only a refresh though. It'll definitely be closer to the 8700K, but if its max single core turbo speed is still 'only' 4.3Ghz, it'll be a good distance behind the 8700K. The 8700K can turbo up to 4.6Ghz with some motherboards, right? And has superior single core performance from other areas of the architecture as well. With the overclocking headroom left over that some are able to push to 5Ghz, the 8700K will continue be the gaming king. And I reckon Intel will keep that mantle for many years. Maybe Zen 3 will see AMD compete core-for-core. If Intel did nothing for the next two years then Zen 2 might stand a chance, but I don't think they're going to do that, not now, not any more.
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It's the second revision. Not a refresh. There will be architectural improvements. A refresh would just be increased clockspeed.
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It's the second revision. Not a refresh. There will be architectural improvements. A refresh would just be increased clockspeed.
I thought Ryzen 2 was just going to offer a higher clock speed on a new manufacturing process?
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I thought Ryzen 2 was just going to offer a higher clock speed on a new manufacturing process?
Technically Ryzen 2 comes next year, This is Ryzen+ or Zen+ as it's called with Zen2 making its debut next year.
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Technically Ryzen 2 comes next year, This is Ryzen+ or Zen+ as it's called with Zen2 making its debut next year.
Yeah, that's what I meant.
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This is great but it still won't get me to build a new desktop PC. With the price of DDR4 and GPUs still being ridiculously high, it doesn't really make sense to upgrade if you have anything relatively recent.
Basically, I will be sitting here using my 6700HQ/1070 laptop until memory and GPU prices come back down to alright prices or if my laptop fails - I still have 2 years or so left of warranty coverage so I will hopefully get to upgrade due to the first reason. :\
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It's the second revision. Not a refresh. There will be architectural improvements. A refresh would just be increased clockspeed.
This is just a refresh.
Zen+ it's called. It's on a smaller node with small changes.
Zen 2 (next year) will be a new node.
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