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Will there be new high end AM4 CPU in the future ?

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Just wondering , Will there be new high end AM4 CPU in the near future ?

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I doubt it. Zen4 is just around the corner. Maybe some more copy and paste of shitty binned chips but nothing high end.

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RIP to AM4! 

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29 minutes ago, MedicTim78 said:

RIP to AM4! 

I got mine in 2020, still fast as feck, but ready for something new to play with. Here is hoping AM5 will be a worthy replacement. Or else it’s back to the Blue team lol 🤘🏻

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While I would love them to make a 5950X3D with the extra cache... I don't think they will. 

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it's looking like amd's lead lasted 1 gen lol

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4 minutes ago, WereCat said:

While I would love them to make a 5950X3D with the extra cache... I don't think they will. 

People complain about how hot these run as is, can you imagine doubling the cache? Probably wouldn’t be hitting 5GHz too often 😄

 

Maybe that’s why AM5 is said to use more juice.. maybe they perfected the cache, or it’s smaller size made it more manageable. This is just speculation of course.

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8 minutes ago, freeagent said:

People complain about how hot these run as is, can you imagine doubling the cache? Probably wouldn’t be hitting 5GHz too often 😄

 

Maybe that’s why AM5 is said to use more juice.. maybe they perfected the cache, or it’s smaller size made it more manageable. This is just speculation of course.

It would likely not run any hotter because the limit is the thermal transfer not the cooer itself. And you would be doubling the surface area for cooling leaving you with (likely) the same temps. Obviously it would be clocked lower as 5800X3D is as well.

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1 hour ago, WereCat said:

 And you would be doubling the surface area for cooling

The whole thing about the 3D cache is that it's stacked on top of the CPU dies, so any heat from the CPU needs to go through the cache. It's not increasing the area, it's adding more stuff in the way (that generates additional heat too).

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21 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

The whole thing about the 3D cache is that it's stacked on top of the CPU dies, so any heat from the CPU needs to go through the cache. It's not increasing the area, it's adding more stuff in the way (that generates additional heat too).

No, I mean there would be 2 dies (CCD) instead of one, so it's doubling the surface area in that sense. Basically two hot spots.

 

Basically what I'm saying is that 5950X3D wouldnt be any hotter over 5800X3D as a 5950X isn't any hotter than 5800X.

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