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

That's super exciting. A 9900k alternative that costs 330 USD? 65 freaking watts?!

Hell yeah, I'm getting on that train.

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1 minute ago, That Franc said:

That's super exciting. A 9900k alternative that costs 330 USD? 65 freaking watts?!

Hell yeah, I'm getting on that train.

dont forget the pcie 4.0

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21 minutes ago, dgsddfgdfhgs said:

dont forget the pcie 4.0

we need multiplex add-in cards to split those 16 lanes into 32 PCIe 3.0 lanes.........

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AMD's Gaming benchmarks

 

R7 3800x vs R7 2700x

Below results are from the combination of 200Mhz clockspeed bump and IPC improvements.

  • 34% uplift in CS:GO
  • 33% uplift in League of Legends
  • 31% uplift PUBG
  • 21% uplift in Overwatch
  • 15% uplift in DOTA2
  • 11% uplift in GTA5

 

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11 minutes ago, Humbug said:

[...]

R7 3800x vs R7 2700x

-34% uplift in CS:GO

-33% uplift in League of Legends

-31% uplift PUBG

-21% uplift in Overwatch

-15% uplift in DOTA2

-11% uplift in GTA5

[...]

Sounds great, but using the minus signs as markers can be misleading, I would use bullet points instead.

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19 minutes ago, greenhorn said:

Sounds great, but using the minus signs as markers can be misleading, I would use bullet points instead.

Or plus signs

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20 minutes ago, greenhorn said:

Sounds great, but using the minus signs as markers can be misleading, I would use bullet points instead.

done, thank you!

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Such a great Shake up from AMD. Exciting times ahead.

 

Intel
5960X $1000
6900K $1000
9900K $499
9700k $385 8/8


AMD
1800X $499
1700 $329
2700 £299
2700X $329
3700X $329

3800X $399
3900X $499 12/24
 

5950X | NH D15S | 64GB 3200Mhz | RTX 3090 | ASUS PG348Q+MG278Q

 

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is it just me or the price seems a little high compared to what the ryzen 2000 costs now?

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Even though the reality didn't live up to the hype from the rumours, I'm not disappointed in the least... those are still very good specs.

Now to decide between getting the gains from going 8 core /16 thread, to the same on Zen 2... or get the 12/24... after seeing some actual reviews and benches of course.

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7 hours 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 F40 firmware on my Gigabyte B450 Pro has an option to enable Gen 4 PCIE.

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16 minutes ago, Neftex said:

is it just me or the price seems a little high compared to what the ryzen 2000 costs now?

that is to be expected,  as amd continuously dropped the ryzen 2000 series over the last couple months in order to ensure zen 2 cpu's dont cannibalize demand for the earlier ryzen cpu's

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22 minutes ago, Neftex said:

is it just me or the price seems a little high compared to what the ryzen 2000 costs now?

Sure, but then they probably want to clear the backlog. Prices should drop significantly within 6 months.

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Ha ha, where's those $500 16 core 5GHz CPUs. /s

 

Lesson: Stay off the hype train.

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1 minute ago, r2724r16 said:

Ha ha, where's those $500 16 core 5GHz CPUs. /s

 

Lesson: Stay off the hype train.

its not unveilded at least. we know it exists. we have ES entries of it. 

 

but yes hypetrain can be a bit of a throwoff. at least we know when the 16 core is comming. its comming whenever intel launches the 10 core of theirs. 

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5 minutes ago, GoldenLag said:

its not unveilded at least. we know it exists. we have ES entries of it

 

but yes hypetrain can be a bit of a throwoff. at least we know when the 16 core is comming. its comming whenever intel launches the 10 core of theirs. 

not @ 5Ghz we don't.

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1 minute ago, Humbug said:

not @ 5Ghz we don't.

no we dont have it at 5ghz. 

 

but we haave entries. i guess i should have specified. 

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3 hours ago, ravenshrike said:

 

As I stated in the initial announcement thread for Lisa Su's keynote, AMD has done their damnedest to plug leaks these last several years. This has been born out by the fact they managed to completely conceal either a brand new uArch for RX or at least a very, very heavily modified uArch. As for leaks, the fact that Adored got a 50% hit rate on the important part of his leaks is actually pretty impressive all things considered. Regarding 5 Ghz, we have no clue what the power curve and/or heat output on these things looks like. They very well could hit 5 Ghz, but at power or heat requirements that AMD didn't want to be part of the spec. Since the only ones that really need the extra 400 Mhz would be enthusiasts and hardcore gamers, they can OC on their own time and AMD can run the spec at 65 and 105 watts instead of pushing that up to 150-200.

Where is this "50% hit rate" coming from? 

I counted his statements and how many were inaccurate a few pages back. He got 3 things right and around 11 wrong (and that's when I was generous and counted being extremely wrong on every single price as just 1 thing wrong). 

 

That's about 25% correct. Not 50%.

 

And that's also if we include things which had been hinted and speculated about before Adored made his video, like the chiplet design. 

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Side:   i7-4790K @ 4,5GHz   -   Maximus 7 Hero        -   GTX 1070 @ 2114MHz    -  16GB DDR3 @ 2666MHz / CL12

 

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2 hours ago, Humbug said:

 

you can tell just how much he wanted to rush this video out based purely on that amazing photoshop job

Judge the product by its own merits, not by the Company that created it.

 

Don't dilute <good thing> by always trying to focus on, and drag conversation back to, <bad thing>.

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Oh, that title hit me in the feels...

 

8 hours ago, Origami Cactus said:

Ryzen 5 3600X

6 Cores | 12 Threads
3.8GHz Base | 4.4GHz Boost

32MB Cache | 32MB L3, 3MB L2
105W TDP

249$ USD

It's kind of crazy how that's the price I paid for my i5-8600K last year.

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27 minutes ago, Arika S said:

you can tell just how much he wanted to rush this video out based purely on that amazing photoshop job

"hey would it help if we find a white wall to shoot against?"

"yeeeah maybe. it'll be easier to work on at least, if we have the time to crop you out"

 

*MAGIC WAND TOOL ON OBJECTS*

*STROKE ON ONE OF THEM*

*MOUSE ERASER CLEANUP*

*BASE VIDEO UNTOUCHED*

 

(on that moonshot that GN's reading: lol not knocking on your travelling team, good job with the recap ❤)

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9 hours ago, ThePD said:

The leaks were completely unrealistic. I am happy for such high IPC improvement with the massive drop in power consumption. That 3900X tho... Goddamn

 

The leaks weren't terribly far off either. The information I have gotten also points to the 16c/32t chip launching in another 1/4 or so. Apparently, they haven't got enough binned chips for it. Some of that is due to the epyc line, some because they don't really need to launch it right now.

 

I think they are keeping it as an ace in the hole for when Intel launches their 10c chips.

 

As for the 12core chip... I am really curious to see how it overclocks, but I would expect those 4.6ghz chips to hit 4.75 or 4.8ghz with XFR 2.0. My only real requirement for this series was to hitting 4.7ghz or higher and I am pretty confident that will be happening.

 

I have a feeling micro-center will see a 2500+ dollar build from me in July. Now I need to decide whether to keep my evga reference card with block or if I should sell it and pickup a ftw3 with block. 

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