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Very important question about the Ryzen 3000 processor 3850X.

Let's say if amd did make that 16 core of a monster and any retailer makes a compatible itx motherboard for it. Do you think it'd survive in a system built in a coolermaster elite 110 mesh version ? 

I was thinking to go 8 cores in that case due to my render 4K workload but I realized I can afford to get the freaking monster 16 core processor. I plan to cool the cpu via corsair H80i but I'm worried the cpu may overheat and die. 

Do any of you think the build is possible? 

If I had the parts? 

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it totally depends. we have no clue yet on what AMD are doing yet. they could say welp, yall are fucked because we wouldn't get it to work, or it might release a 24 core behemoth for AM4. we have no clue yet. so its hard to say. 

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Ask this question when the CPU is actually out and we have physical specs to go off of. Without it we can only speculate.

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2 minutes ago, TH3R34P3R said:

it totally depends. we have no clue yet on what AMD are doing yet. they could say welp, yall are fucked because we wouldn't get it to work, or it might release a 24 core behemoth for AM4. we have no clue yet. so its hard to say. 

 

2 minutes ago, ThePD said:

Ask this question when the CPU is actually out and we have physical specs to go off of. Without it we can only speculate.

Damn, drools in my dreams. Just imagine my usual workload on R5 2600 takes 30 min to do, how fast the 16 cores chew thru it. 

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9 minutes ago, Galion said:

 

Damn, drools in my dreams. Just imagine my usual workload on R5 2600 takes 30 min to do, how fast the 16 cores chew thru it. 

I put a R7 2700X in my Father's 4K Rendering computer. He does a lot of work with Drones and likes to make videos of his Drone content. That CPU was a beast when it came to 4K rendering, and he wouldn't let me overclock it so I didn't even see its full potential.

That being said, I am sure whatever we get from AMD, this generation will be a substantial upgrade. I personally cannot imagine just how good the performance will be. Like you, I also plan to get the 3850X if it ends up being real. A large upgrade from my i7-5820K.

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36 minutes ago, Galion said:

was thinking to go 8 cores in that case due to my render 4K workload but I realized I can afford to get the freaking monster 16 core processor.

that will work fine. we allready have itx mobos that will work with the CPU. 

 

though we arent 100% sure AMD will introduce the 16 core part at launch or if they will start at 12 cores. we also arent sure when they are launching. 

 

in the end we are waiting for leaks

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3 hours ago, ThePD said:

I put a R7 2700X in my Father's 4K Rendering computer. He does a lot of work with Drones and likes to make videos of his Drone content. That CPU was a beast when it came to 4K rendering, and he wouldn't let me overclock it so I didn't even see its full potential.

That being said, I am sure whatever we get from AMD, this generation will be a substantial upgrade. I personally cannot imagine just how good the performance will be. Like you, I also plan to get the 3850X if it ends up being real. A large upgrade from my i7-5820K.

Nice, I've watched my cousin's Ryzen R7 2700 which he overclocked to 4.1 on all cores rip thru his 4K vids and architecture 3d model like they were tissue paper, AMD truly gave intel a kick to the face this time lol. 

2 hours ago, GoldenLag said:

that will work fine. we allready have itx mobos that will work with the CPU. 

 

though we arent 100% sure AMD will introduce the 16 core part at launch or if they will start at 12 cores. we also arent sure when they are launching. 

 

in the end we are waiting for leaks

lol, AMD hinted they were waiting for 07.07 but I do hope sooner,and I don't think it's just going to be just 8 cores because of the chiplet structure and that there will be 10 different processors. 4tiers 2 from each tier and each sagmented to dual chiplet. Even the G series most probably be dual chiplet 1process 1 graphics, and if amd does launch 16 cores there's nothing intel can + to their dumb 14 nanometer ++++++++++++++ any more lol. 

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9 minutes ago, Galion said:

lol, AMD hinted they were waiting for 07.07 but I do hope sooner,and I don't think it's just going to be just 8 cores because of the chiplet structure and that there will be 10 different processors. 4tiers 2 from each tier and each sagmented to dual chiplet. Even the G series most probably be dual chiplet 1process 1 graphics, and if amd does launch 16 cores there's nothing intel can + to their dumb 14 nanometer ++++++++++++++ any more lol. 

dont overhype. 

 

we KNOW it will be more than 8 cores. we just dont know if they will be launching with 12 or 16 cores. 

 

we dont know the performance offered per core, and for that we will have to wait. 

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1 hour ago, GoldenLag said:

dont overhype. 

 

we KNOW it will be more than 8 cores. we just dont know if they will be launching with 12 or 16 cores. 

 

we dont know the performance offered per core, and for that we will have to wait. 

I'm not over-hyping, because even if is just a 8core give or take 15-20% their unfinished chip kept up with Intel's 9900k at 70% the power draw don't forget that wasn't on overclocked even if it's at 80% speed when it launches it still beats Intel's 9700k both in price and IPC. And belive me no one ne needs a 9900k in their system at Intel's prices. 

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