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Old 02-01-19, 10:29 AM
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Ryzen 3000 series listed at retailer, including a 16-core Ryzen 9 3800X

16 cores with a 125W TDP and boost clocks that are as high as 5GHz.



Read more about AMD's Ryzen 3000 series specifications leaks.

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Old 02-01-19, 10:31 AM
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Really hope that 16 core is AM4 compatible.
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Old 02-01-19, 10:35 AM
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Really hope that 16 core is AM4 compatible.
If these specs are true, I'd be curious if the high-TDP models will be fully supported on all AM4 motherboards. It is possible that they would run in a lower power state depending on the motherboard.
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Really hope that 16 core is AM4 compatible.
What else would they use though? TR socket? Seems a bit odd if they did
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Old 02-01-19, 10:46 AM
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Really hope that 16 core is AM4 compatible.
I'd assume it will be, sort of explains why a lot of the top end X470 boards have 8 Pin + 8 Pin EPS or 8 Pin + 4 Pin EPS
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If these specs are true, I'd be curious if the high-TDP models will be fully supported on all AM4 motherboards. It is possible that they would run in a lower power state depending on the motherboard.
The TDPs on the leaks are pretty good. I think 1800X was also 125W? So I suspect they should run at least on more premium older boards like X370/X470 maybe B350/450 depending on the motherboard manufacturer.

For more detailed information on the latest Ryzen (and Navi) check out AdoredTV on YouTube. He had a 3850X that topped out at 5.1GHz, though it was expected to not be announced at CES
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I so hope these are real as they are gonna be awesome if they are
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The TDPs on the leaks are pretty good. I think 1800X was also 125W? So I suspect they should run at least on more premium older boards like X370/X470 maybe B350/450 depending on the motherboard manufacturer.

For more detailed information on the latest Ryzen (and Navi) check out AdoredTV on YouTube. He had a 3850X that topped out at 5.1GHz, though it was expected to not be announced at CES
All Ryzen processors but the 2700X have been sub-100W so far. The 1800X was 95W, 2700X bumped that up to 105W as the node had matured somewhat to allow a push further along the power curve. Given how AMD used a low power variant of 14nm, and that was the main issue with getting clock speeds or usable TDP much higher, it would make sense if 7nm no longer has these issues, and allowed a push to more traditional enthusiast TDP ranges(If you measured Intel's recent 8 cores TDP similarly to how AMD measures their TDP, you'd likely also get results in the 120W+ range, as their 8-cores can only stick to their rated TDP if you force them to base clocks/they're thermal throttled)

AM3 was only really designed for 140W processors though, but many motherboards had no issue with the later 225W models. Overclocking can make power use skyrocket in some crazy ways so a lot of manufacturers will put down that headroom.

An EPS12v 8-pin CPU power connector can easily supply ~225W while in spec, and a 4pin EPS about 150W (Using the conservative 75W per current carrying pair, important not to confuse CPU connectors with PCIe, very different pinouts) so you'd expect boards putting more than one CPU connector on to have VRMs that could actually support the 250W+ to make use of it.
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The TDPs on the leaks are pretty good. I think 1800X was also 125W? So I suspect they should run at least on more premium older boards like X370/X470 maybe B350/450 depending on the motherboard manufacturer.

For more detailed information on the latest Ryzen (and Navi) check out AdoredTV on YouTube. He had a 3850X that topped out at 5.1GHz, though it was expected to not be announced at CES
the 1800X is listed as 95W on AMD's website. 2700X was 105W.
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I’m thinking these chips will be half a Threadripper, as in two dies on a common substrate as opposed to four in Threadripper. If that is the case, I’m hoping that there is enough room for two dies on there and that it doesn’t involve a new socket. Does go to show how versatile Infinity Fabric is.
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