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(16core added)AMD 3000 specs! 4.7 GHZ, R9 3950x, R7 3700x, 3800x.

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Just now, Dan Castellaneta said:

Really? Where? I wanna see.

Steve Burke over at Gamers Nexus comes to mind immediately. He just put out a video earlier today talking about MSI’s VRM designs for 16 core CPUs. 


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1 minute ago, SeraphicWings said:

AMD probably cuts all the unnecessary features to aim for the very best price / performance ratio on multi-core

But the support for PCIe 4.0 and that low TDP probably surprises everyone

 

I take processor rated TDP with grain of salt though, maybe similar case like 2600 vs 2600x.


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Just now, melete said:

Steve Burke over at Gamers Nexus comes to mind immediately. He just put out a video earlier today talking about MSI’s VRM designs for 16 core CPUs. 

MSI might be overspecing in anticipation for AMD to pull a (less retarded) 7980XE scenario. Alternatively, AMD might not be planning to release a 3000 series 16c now, but are not going to commit to not releasing a 16c part on AM4.


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6 minutes ago, Dan Castellaneta said:

Really? Where? I wanna see.

GamersNexus has said they've had it confirmed that there will be a 16 core sku for a long time now.  And they've repeated that in their recent videos.  


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I'm surprised that she hasn't confirmed whether PCIe 4.0 would be available on the current Ryzen motherboards. Any chance that we can find Ryzen 3 motherboards before the actual release of the processors? My motherboard died so it would be great to replace it with one of them 

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What I found to be an absolute stupid comparison was that Cinebench R20 run with an 8c/8t CPU against a 8c/16t CPU.  That actually made me a little angry.  And has anyone shown what that score was at the end?


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Just now, nick name said:

GamersNexus has said they've had it confirmed that there will be a 16 core sku for a long time now.  And they've repeated that in their recent videos.  

We'll see if that 16c/32t part comes to fruition. The board could just be very overbuilt for what it's worth.

Frankly I do wanna eat crow and see a 16 core part: I'll legitimately buy that shit and put it to use, but for now, it's not confirmed yet.

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1 minute ago, IAmAndre said:

I'm surprised that she hasn't confirmed whether PCIe 4.0 would be available on the current Ryzen motherboards. Any chance that we can find Ryzen 3 motherboards before the actual release of the processors? My motherboard died so it would be great to replace it with one of them 

I believe the Crosshair VII will have it.  


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I wonder how the dual die will affect latency on the 3900X. They said it was a good gaming chip based on the PUBG clip, but I'm taking it with a grain of salt until I see independent benches.

 

Still, exciting keynote! The interactions were kinda...awkward though haha. Reminds me of my engineering classes

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Ryzen 5 also isn’t confirmed yet but we’ve got plenty of reasons to think that’s happening, too. 

 

Edit: Ryzen 5 wasn’t in the keynote but was confirmed in a press release.


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2 minutes ago, IAmAndre said:

I'm surprised that she hasn't confirmed whether PCIe 4.0 would be available on the current Ryzen motherboards. Any chance that we can find Ryzen 3 motherboards before the actual release of the processors? My motherboard died so it would be great to replace it with one of them 

The current motherboards (b450, x470 and maybe x370) will have pcie 4.0 only in the pcie slots connected straight to the cpu, so the top pcie 16x slot.

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That 12 core 24 thread for half the price and at 60W less TDP... That's amazing. Cannot wait for independent bench marks. That IPC increase is also fantastic. 

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16 cores is definitely coming. The 3700x is a single CCX module, the AM4 CPUs have up to two CCX modules. What's 8x2? Also, When Adored gloating video? xD


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2 minutes ago, Origami Cactus said:

The current motherboards (b450, x470 and maybe x370) will have pcie 4.0 only in the pcie slots connected straight to the cpu, so the top pcie 16x slot.

I've read about this but is it confirmed?

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Just now, 2Buck said:

16 cores is definitely coming. The 3700x is a single CCX module, the AM4 CPUs have up to two CCX modules. What's 8x2? Also, When Adored gloating video? xD

Really looking forward to Adored explaining why he wasn’t totally wrong, just mostly wrong on 12 core Ryzen 7 etc.


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3 minutes ago, nick name said:

What I found to be an absolute stupid comparison was that Cinebench R20 run with an 8c/8t CPU against a 8c/16t CPU.  That actually made me a little angry.  And has anyone shown what that score was at the end?

Think they were comparing price points there, i was confused too and then they did the comparison between 3800x and 9900k which im sure the 3700x performs similarly to the 3800x

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2 minutes ago, IAmAndre said:

I've read about this but is it confirmed?

They didn'y talk abou that in the presentation, but it is up to the mobo manufacturers. Some have already received the support for the top pcie slot with BIOS update.

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1 minute ago, melete said:

Really looking forward to Adored explaining why he wasn’t totally wrong, just mostly wrong on 12 core Ryzen 7 etc.

Well considering the age of leaks, it seems perfectly reasonable that some stuff would change. Also, on a side note I find it beautiful how AMD is the one sandbagging now.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, ONOTech said:

@Origami Cactus

OP, Ryzen 5 3K is also announced. https://www.anandtech.com/show/14407/amd-ryzen-3000-announced-five-cpus-12-cores-for-499-up-to-46-ghz-pcie-40-coming-77

 

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That wasn't in the keynote as far as i saw? But will investigate that.

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1 minute ago, ONOTech said:

@Origami Cactus

OP, Ryzen 5 3K is also announced. https://www.anandtech.com/show/14407/amd-ryzen-3000-announced-five-cpus-12-cores-for-499-up-to-46-ghz-pcie-40-coming-77

 

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Interesting, wasn’t in the keynote but Anandtech is highly reliable. 


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Just now, Origami Cactus said:

That wasn't in the keynote as far as i saw? But will investigate that.

From the sauce:

Not mentioned during the keynote, but discussed in the press release, AMD also gave information about its new Ryzen 5 processors.

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