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Ryzen 3000 Leaks

Deus Voltage
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Wasn't that leak confirmed to be a fake or am I behind the times?

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Yessssssssss. 12C/24T. I am looking forward to Ryzen 3, even if it's all hype, I don't care anymore.

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Just now, Phentos said:

Wasn't that leak confirmed to be a fake or am I behind the times?

Yea AdoredTV Cross referenced the leaks with his own and made updates. This should be the real deal.

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You should probably mention that there was a leak on Reddit too. That is sort of the same so is more likely to be something true about it.

 

Amazing if it turn out true. Intel dont have stuff to complete rn.

 

One thing I worry about is if it's like Rome, that all data between the cores and IO have to jump between chiplets, is going to limit some workloads. But I will wait and see :)

 

4 hours ago, Phentos said:

Wasn't that leak confirmed to be a fake or am I behind the times?

2 leaks say say the same thing about some things, it becomes more likely. Wait and see is the only way to know for sure tho.

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For some reason, a picture of eye glasses were added at the end of my original post, really strange.... NVM removed it

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Mhm i'll definitely be considering that 3600/3600X. the step up from a 1600 to 2600/2600x wasn't worth it, but that just might be.

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Just hope the single core performance isn't the same as the Zen and Zen+

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3700X looking good if the single thread performance is closer to Intels.

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31 minutes ago, Deus Voltage said:

Ryzen 9 3850X16C/32T //  Base: 4.3 GHz //  Boost: 5.1GHz // 135 W TDP // Price: 499$

I highly doubt that's true (but I hope it is).

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If 16 core parts come with dual channel ram... bottleneck much? Unless it comes with a large side serving of L4...

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1 minute ago, r2724r16 said:

I highly doubt that's true (but I hope it is).

Yea I'm not sure either to be honest. According to AdoredTV It has has to do with AMD's 50 year anniversary or something, who knows....

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2 minutes ago, porina said:

If 16 core parts come with dual channel ram... bottleneck much? Unless it comes with a large side serving of L4...

Never thought of that. This is going to really hinder performance unless they figured out their ram issues for this gen

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I smell FX-9590X2. We shall see though. And it looks like R3 will be the best thing ever lol, new budget builds are gonna be strong af. But don’t get me wrong, I’m still buying dem cores doh.

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I dunno man...as much as I wish this were true, most of this seems like it has to be BS. 5.1ghz on 16c/32t model at only 135W? How tf?

 

Some of them seem pretty reasonable though. To me the realistic boost speeds I expect for Ryzen 2(3000 series) is 4.5 to 4.7 ish tops. 5+ is like......I dunno man. Is the shrink to 7nm really going to make THAT much of a difference? And at such a good bin rate that you can get a 16 core 5.1ghz(probably dual core boost) part for under $500 US? Holy hell?

 

Edit: To be clear, not really doubting the core counts, more the clock speeds.

 

Edit2: actually yeah I am doubting the core counts now in the Ryzen 3 range. This means that any silicon that doesn't make it through with at least 6 cores with SMT enabled is just tossed in the trash? Unless they are going to have something below Ryzen 3 to use them for? Doesn't make sense.

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25 minutes ago, Deus Voltage said:

High End:

 

Ryzen 9 3800X: 16C/32T //  Base: 3.9 GHz //  Boost: 4.7GHz // 125 W TDP // Price: 449$

Ryzen 9 3850X16C/32T //  Base: 4.3 GHz //  Boost: 5.1GHz // 135 W TDP // Price: 499$

 

Assuming this is accurate I will go ahead and assume that the Ryzen 9 will fit in the AM4 socket. This is exciting, however the prices are a large increase from the former top of the line AM4 socket. I also dislike going the way of intel with the i9. They had a 1800x and called it an r7. However if this is true, it is massive. It confirms AMD's claims of doubling the number of cores on a CCX and as the happy owner of a 2700x I am excited for what the next years have in terms of upgrades.

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2 minutes ago, TigerHawk said:

I dunno man...as much as I wish this were true, most of this seems like it has to be BS. 5.1ghz on 16c/32t model at only 135W? How tf?

 

Some of them seem pretty reasonable though. To me the realistic boost speeds I expect for Ryzen 2(3000 series) is 4.5 to 4.7 ish tops. 5+ is like......I dunno man. Is the shrink to 7nm really going to make THAT much of a difference? And at such a good bin rate that you can get a 16 core 5.1ghz(probably dual core boost) part for under $500 US? Holy hell?

Zen 2 isn't just 7nm, it's also a major architectural overhaul.

 

I do agree though, 4.7 is a much more realistic boost speed than 5.0.

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6 minutes ago, Cereal5 said:

I smell FX-9590X2. We shall see though. And it looks like R3 will be the best thing ever lol, new budget builds are gonna be strong af. But don’t get me wrong, I’m still buying dem cores doh.

Could someone care to elaborate about the FX-9590X2. I know nothing about it.

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45 minutes ago, Deus Voltage said:

These leaks were released after the ones that were posted on Reddit (which I cannot find at the moment, if someone can find them, that'd be great!)

Are these the leaks you're looking for?

 

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