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AMD Ryzen HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED!!!

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59 minutes ago, jman629 said:

I doubt they would attempt lying in front of them when a short time later they can prove it themselves.

Should have seen Lisa Sue lie to our face about fury x OC'ing "like a beast".   Don't think anyone relized she was talking about a pig or cow until all the reviewers were like "whats this 10-50 Mhz bump bulllshit?".  They've proven they can and will lie.

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1 hour ago, dizmo said:

Bring on the cheaper chips! I have no need for such high core counts.

Also, still no mITX boards? WTF? I'd better see some pop up on the 2nd.

Two of them in the UK.
https://www.overclockers.co.uk/gigabyte-ga-ab350m-gaming-3-amd-b350-socket-am4-ddr4-micro-atx-motherboard-mb-559-gi.html

 

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/asus-prime-b350m-a-amd-b350-socket-am4-ddr4-micro-atx-motherboard-mb-69l-as.html


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I am very glad I went with my i7 7700k for my build. I am also glad to see that AMD is bringing some very well priced options into the market. 8Core/16Thread :D That is pretty cool. Still an Intel guy, but glad to see some competition :D 

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10 minutes ago, MoonSpot said:

Should have seen Lisa Sue lie to our face about fury x OC'ing "like a beast".   Don't think anyone relized she was talking about a pig or cow until all the reviewers where like "whats this 10-50 Mhz bump bulllshit?".  They've proven they can and will lie.

That wasn't Lisa lol
It was an engineer that was asked that question. Stupid answer, but Lisa never lied.

Also don't he called it an overclocker's dream because an overclocker dreams of it being able to OC. :P


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1 minute ago, dizmo said:

Sadly those are both mATX. Thanks though :)

Oh sorry, just saw it meant ITX. It's going to be a while. mITX X99 took ages to appear and was super niché.

I'd say once the R5 Ryzen chips show up we'll see mITX more.


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What I would be more interested in is the motherboards that support it. If I'm going to have Ryzen in my future build, I'm going to put as much watercooling in the system as possible and practice overclocking and heat management, which I could apply when thinking about extreme performance potential.

 

Forget having a cool sports car to show off; I'd rather have a desktop that concentrates server performance into an ATX case and implement virtualization for family/business use.


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5 minutes ago, Valentyn said:

That wasn't Lisa lol
It was an engineer that was asked that question. Stupid answer, but Lisa never lied.

Also don't he called it an overclocker's dream because an overclocker dreams of it being able to OC. :P

Ah you're right, it was overclockers dream.  But I'm positive it was lisa that said it.

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9 hours ago, Arc_Jester said:

OC'ing looks good, Ryzen 7 got the WR in CB.

Not world record, only the record for 8 core CPU's.


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12 minutes ago, dizmo said:

Sadly those are both mATX. Thanks though :)

7 ITX boards are planned for release from Biostar, Gigabyte and MSI. Coming soonTM. 


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11 minutes ago, MoonSpot said:

Ah you're right, it was overclockers dream.  But I'm positive it was lisa that said it.

It was an engineer during an interview. He was also reffering to the ability of the water cooler they had for the fury x. 

It was a statement that was sadly taken out of context. 


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15 minutes ago, MoonSpot said:

Ah you're right, it was overclockers dream.  But I'm positive it was lisa that said it.

Nope, she never did. Direct from the Fiji launch presentation from their Product CTO on stage @ 1:02:37
 

 


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up here, the Zen prices are ridiculously retarded 

 

Zen 1700 - 374$

i7 7700K - 400$

i7 6700K - 440$

Zen 1700X - 465$

Zen 1800X - 600$

 

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Intel's expensive CPUs are actually cheaper than AMD's xD

 

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ps: the X series doesn't come with a boxed cooler:

 

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4 minutes ago, zMeul said:

up here, the Zen prices are ridiculously retarded 

 

i7 7700K - 400$

i7 6700K - 440$

Zen 1700X - 465$

Zen 1800X - 600$

 

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That's inline with everyone else, it's the 1700 (non X you should be comparing to 7700k for pricing.

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10 minutes ago, Valentyn said:

Oh sorry, just saw it meant ITX. It's going to be a while. mITX X99 took ages to appear and was super niché.

I'd say once the R5 Ryzen chips show up we'll see mITX more.

There's only 1 consumer mITX board for x99 IIRC, but that was mostly because the actual size of the chip is huge and since it can't make use of the memory or PCIe lane improvements it was largely seen as pointless.

 

I hope so, March 2nd can't come fast enough :P


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1 minute ago, TheRandomness said:

7 ITX boards are planned for release from Biostar, Gigabyte and MSI. Coming soonTM. 

Nothing rumored from ASRock or Asus eh? Unfortunate. Gigabytes last two generations of ITX boards have been a massive disappointment to me. So I guess I'm banking on MSI! Don't let me down. Front m.2 and 6+ USB please.


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5 minutes ago, VirtualNinja said:

That's inline with everyone else, it's the 1700 (non X you should be comparing to 7700k for pricing.

1700 is 26$ cheaper than 7700K - but I don't think the 1700 can stand up to the 7700K

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5 minutes ago, dizmo said:

Nothing rumored from ASRock or Asus eh? Unfortunate. Gigabytes last two generations of ITX boards have been a massive disappointment to me. So I guess I'm banking on MSI! Don't let me down. Front m.2 and 6+ USB please.

Well, that's 7 that I've seen rumoured. There might be more, who knows?


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8 minutes ago, zMeul said:

1700 is 26$ cheaper than 7700K - but I don't think the 1700 can stand up to the 7700K

In gaming? Won't beat 7700k in current games the same reason why 6800k doesnt. In something that actually use loads of cores and thread? It will most likely beat it.


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2 minutes ago, VirtualNinja said:

In single threaded applications yes, but the 1700 will stomp the 7700k in multi threaded.

I doubt it since Zen is rumored to have it's AVX capabilities severely handicapped

in workloads that are not AVX dependent, possibly; but otherwise .. no

 

even in gaming, I don't see the 1700 winning but in few titles (Watch Dogs 2 I would bet)

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7 minutes ago, Mihle said:

In gaming? Won't beat 7700k in current games the same reason why 6800k doesnt. In something that actually use loads of cores and thread? It will most likely beat it.

neah ... I doubt it: http://www.anandtech.com/show/10968/the-intel-core-i7-7700k-91w-review-the-new-stock-performance-champion/4

IPC still matters, a lot

 

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7 minutes ago, zMeul said:

Where is i7-6850k, 6900k and 6950X???

Where is i7-5930k and 5960X?

 

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1 minute ago, techstorm970 said:

Where is i7-6850k, 6900k and 6950X???

Where is Haswell-E?

why are you asking me!? ask Anand

and I'm looking at those CPUs because those are the ranges Zen is selling at

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