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Old 09-01-19, 06:01 PM
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AMD Demonstrates Ryzen 3000 Series CPU - Beats Intel's i9-9900K

More points in Cinebench with 30% less power draw.



Read more about AMD's Ryzen 3000 series Zen 2 demonstration.

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Old 09-01-19, 06:09 PM
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Wait, is that beating 9900k with a 8/16 configuration? In that case, impressive.


Edit: yes it is. 9900k is stock so 4.7GHz all cores.
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Damn impressive to come that far though. If clock speeds are similar to how they acted on previous designs then that's a large performance jump just off of architecture.

Hard to judge fully until we get actual numbers.
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It is a pity that they decided to wait until mid-2019 to release them to consumers. I was expecting a upgrade sometime in the next few weeks to a 3700x from my 2700x. :\
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It is a pity that they decided to wait until mid-2019 to release them to consumers. I was expecting a upgrade sometime in the next few weeks to a 3700x from my 2700x. :\
The reason is mostly likely to build up supply as it typically takes anywhere from 3-6 months to get enough supply for launch. Especially since this is 7nm and it's a very in high demand lithography
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watched the entire show and @ face value things are looking very very good for CPU and if the vega 7 can manage 2080 performance at that price GPU is looking great also
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After nearly 10 years, i may be moving back to AMD, IF these are as good as they are making out. I need to see one of these in the hands of TTL first and if its thumbs up im likely to make the switch back, Price dependent of course....
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Cinebench always favours AMD (that and who cares about Cinebench) so I'd like to see some real world, independent, tests. Hope they beat Intel there!
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Looking at the substrate on the Ryzen 3000 that Dr Su held up it looks like there are traces for another chiplet, The larger die is apparently the I/O segment and the smaller one is the actual core and if you look underneath there is room for another, Meaning a 16 core Ryzen AM4 part is quite possible.



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Cinebench always favours AMD (that and who cares about Cinebench) so I'd like to see some real world, independent, tests. Hope they beat Intel there!
Not always... And it doesn't make sense to make that claim considering AMD only just got within spitting distance of Intel in the past 2 years.. and according to this graph are still behind.
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