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AMD Ryzen HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED!!!

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Now give me real benchmarks so I can start throwing money at someone!


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9 minutes ago, Mihle said:

Looks really promising!

 

If intel dont counter with lowering prices or something (I hope they dont) Ryzen will be in my next system.

Well they would have lowered prices on the x99 products already if they weren't similar to $1000 Xeons, so I'd say they are going to

 

I really just want to see single core performance at this point to compare more completely. 


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Hopefully we get all the benchmarks by the end if the week :)


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23 minutes ago, DocSwag said:

Yeah, the 4 and 6 core CPUs will have to wait, which kinda sucks since a 6 core 12 thread in the $250 range would've been awesome, but considering the value of these CPUs I'm not too sad.

Which is what I was afraid of, but as long as those R3 and R5 chips launch before may I wont complain. I'm looking at the R3 1100 for $129 for a budget build, and a quad core at that price would be awesome. 


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My god. Are we going to have actual competition now?


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Seriously cannot wait for these processors, from the leaked benchmarks, I'm definitely gonna be having a Ryzen CPU in it. Now I gotta wait for those benchmarks from the reviewers! :D

 

shame they're releasing the R7 processors first as the R5 is the sweet spot for me imo, but meh, I can't complain :P 


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Hmm I think the i7 6800K is pretty much irrelevant now, 6 more threads at the same clocks from the Ryzen 7 1700X and 50 USD less! If the IPC gains hold it's pretty much dead at that price.


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43 minutes ago, DocSwag said:

Well of course :D.

 

But cinebench already gives us a good idea of the approximate performance, so I wouldn't be surprised if the 1800x is basically the equivalent of the 6900k in games.

1800X just broke the Cinebench world record :D fuck yeah!


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3 minutes ago, TVwazhere said:

Which is what I was afraid of, but as long as those R3 and R5 chips launch before may I wont complain. I'm looking at the R3 1100 for $129 for a budget build, and a quad core at that price would be awesome. 

Yeah same, though I'm stuck with just my old laptop until then and it's agonizing :dry:. "Wait for Zen," they said. I guess I have to keep waiting.

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If this chip is as good as it sounds, I know what is going in my next build in 2018. 


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Seems the pricing holds true more or less internationally too. Koreas GMarket has it for preorder too.

 

 

 


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Wake me up when 1600X is out

 

And X370 micro-ATX boards.

 

Enjoy the launch, those of you who wanted 8-cores.


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1 hour ago, goodtofufriday said:

i hope no one complains "but its broadwell ipc". Its not like there were drastic changes in intels lineup. Ive got a 4970k that performs clock for clock with a 6700k I have.

 

Part of the reason why we need the market to be shaken to its core.

I wouldn't say clock for clock since DigitalFoundry did a test between all generation of i7s from 2nd to 6th gen (Skylake) at the same frequency of 4.4 and performance difference widens in CPU intensive games such as GTAV. 

 

I do know DDR4 RAM helped the 6700K's performance by a lot but I include that as part of its single threaded performance.

I do understand what you are saying about Ryzen having Haswell/Broadwell IPC shouldn't be that big of a deal, but it always bothers me when people say the IPC improvement from 4790K and 6700K is nil at the same frequency.

 

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Intel responds:

 

Update Feb 22 @ 4:27am: An official Intel spokesman did respond to today's AMD news with the following:

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“We take any competition seriously but as we’ve learned, consumers usually take a ‘wait and see’ approach on performance claims for untested products. 7th Gen Intel® Core™ delivers the best experiences, and with 8th Gen Intel Core and new technologies like Intel® Optane™ memory coming soon, Intel will not stop raising the bar.” ­
 

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3 minutes ago, VagabondWraith said:

Intel responds:

 

Update Feb 22 @ 4:27am: An official Intel spokesman did respond to today's AMD news with the following:

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“We take any competition seriously but as we’ve learned, consumers usually take a ‘wait and see’ approach on performance claims for untested products. 7th Gen Intel® Core™ delivers the best experiences, and with 8th Gen Intel Core and new technologies like Intel® Optane™ memory coming soon, Intel will not stop raising the bar.” ­
 

unless they have been sandbagging for years and have something incredible with the 8th gen cpus i don't see how they will be competitive if they don't change their pricing. 

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As much as I hate AMD I have to give them a thumbs up for following through with their hype.

 

Finally a time where AMD is actually giving intel some competition and will now force intel to respond.

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Looks great and very disruptive.  After max overclocking it looks to be about 10-15% behind Intel in single threaded performance - we'll see for sure once independent reviews come out - but for most people, even many gamers, that's not going to matter much considering the huge price deltas.  I don't think Intel will have a choice but to significantly cut its prices.

 

I hope AMD is able to disrupt the mobile CPU space just as much.  I'll be in the market for a new laptop in the next year or two and Intel charges ludicrous prices for mobile parts, even wimpy 2c/4t SKUs.  How about a low power 4c/8t part for $150-$175?

 

 


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As Luke said, still skeptical till it's on a non AMD bench. But very glad it's looking this promising.


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1 hour ago, Ekst4zy said:

I still want to see this game benchmarks ;)

 Seems Like the cheaper 8 Core being clocked lower side and the lower IPC it will not game as good as  6700k or even 6600k due to single thread performance ,  This is a guess but overall seems single threaded applications or ones that wont work across that many cores Intel will lead the advantage. 

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20 minutes ago, ApolloFury said:

I wouldn't say clock for clock since DigitalFoundry did a test between all generation of i7s from 2nd to 6th gen (Skylake) at the same frequency of 4.4 and performance difference widens in CPU intensive games such as GTAV. 

 

I do know DDR4 RAM helped the 6700K's performance by a lot but I include that as part of its single threaded performance.

I do understand what you are saying about Ryzen having Haswell/Broadwell IPC shouldn't be that big of a deal, but it always bothers me when people say the IPC improvement from 4790K and 6700K is nil at the same frequency.

 

I'll admit that in some cases the gains are not 0. But I don't think they are worth the upgrade either, as most game won't even use the gains. 


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