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AMD Zen SR7 to sell for $499

AMD Zen SR7, it's top of the line CPU is said to sell at $499 and it's faster than Intel's 5960X. Zen SR7 is a 8 cores/16 threads, running at 3.2GHz turbo up to 3.5GHz. It has 4MB of L2 and 16MB of L3 and a TDP of 95W.

 

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If this is true then that's awesome.  Also I expect Intel to reduce their prices to stay competitive once this comes out (assuming the performance is true).

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1 minute ago, zMeul said:
  1. the naming scheme is absolutely retarded

Why?

 

Not trying to be patronising or anything, just asking why you think this.

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A new CPU thats 2 years behind current gen Intel. Sounds like amd to me. ?

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I could actually see this as being a somewhat believable price. Zen might offer performance close to Intel's top end, but they can't promise the same features. And to that end, as much as they'd like to price to match with Intel, they can't. And they know that now.

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Just now, ThinkWithPortals said:

Why?

 

Not trying to be patronising or anything, just asking why you think this.

they are trying to do the exact same thing with Pentium Rating they did decate+ ago with Athlon XP line

and that was utter retardness 

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1 minute ago, ThinkWithPortals said:

Why?

 

Not trying to be patronising or anything, just asking why you think this.

I don't know why he said it, but I think it would be best to avoid the 3/5/7 scheme unless you mimmic Intel's specs at this point. Or maybe they just want to make it so the SR3s always beat i3s, the SR5 beat i5s, and so on, in case consumers pay attention to names instead of physical characteristics...

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4 minutes ago, zMeul said:

they are trying to do the exact same thing with Pentium Rating they did decate+ ago with Athlon XP line

and that was utter retardness 

Not exactly, they are just copying a good well known way to easily see the different lvl of performance of there CPUs? For me I like it. If its a sr7 it's top end sr3 low end.

 

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5 minutes ago, WereCat said:

If this is true then that's awesome.  Also I expect Intel to reduce their prices to stay competitive once this comes out (assuming the performance is true).

Yeah, if this is true, AMD is probably gonna wreck shit, especially if intel doesnt do a major price drop if performance is similar, but if PtP is similar then I'd probably hit up AMD finally, I like my cores.

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4 minutes ago, RS2007GOD said:

A new CPU thats 2 years behind current gen Intel. Sounds like amd to me. ?

Yeah but if it is better than the 5960x (doubt it will be, but oh well) the 5960x performs better than an i7 6800k which is around the price of this SR7.

Im not sure if that makes any sense, but basically it should be better than the current gens 6800k for around the same price.

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2 minutes ago, RS2007GOD said:

Not exactly, they are just copying a good well known way to easily see the different lvl of performance of there CPUs? For me I like it. If its a sr7 it's too end sr3 low end.

 

Perfect ? 

no it's not

if you establish your product as a rating to something that already exists, you establish yourself as a 2nd place manufacturer - and that is fucking retarded

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6 minutes ago, RS2007GOD said:

A new CPU thats 2 years behind current gen Intel. Sounds like amd to me. ?

If I could buy a 4th or 5th gen i7 for 150 I would. if the price is right them being behind a few gens won't matter. I mean the newer gen intel processors aren't that much better than their older gen.

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2 minutes ago, zMeul said:

no it's not

if you establish your product as a rating to something that already exists, you establish yourself as a 2nd place manufacturer - and that is fucking retarded

The thing is everyone including AMD already know they are 2nd place lmao so who cares? Seems good to me and hope its going to actualy be this naming scene I want no other

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9 minutes ago, zMeul said:

they are trying to do the exact same thing with Pentium Rating they did decate+ ago with Athlon XP line

and that was utter retardness 

I thought it was pretty obvious they are copying Audi. 

The ability to google properly is a skill of its own. 

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2 minutes ago, RS2007GOD said:

The thing is everyone including AMD already know they are 2nd place lmao so who cares? Seems good to me and hope its going to actualy be this naming scene I want no other

I want an SR9, because 9 is my favourite number, Intel just call your 5960x and 6950x an I9 instead of I7Extreme edition

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4 minutes ago, RS2007GOD said:

so who cares?

the consumer cares

because they'll end up in the same clusterfuck confusion they caused with the Athlon XP - consumers are not smart and they aren't informed 

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2 minutes ago, zMeul said:

the consumer cares

because they'll end up in the same clusterfuck confusion they caused with the Athlon XP - consumers are not smart and they aren't informed 

Yeah Ikr, Same with the X99 platform of I7's

I've seen a customer ask an employee if this 5820k will fit in his z79 board because "It's an I7"

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3 minutes ago, RS2007GOD said:

The thing is everyone including AMD already know they are 2nd place lmao so who cares? Seems good to me and hope its going to actualy be this naming scene I want no other

 

Don't bother. @zMeul is the resident AMD hateboy. Apparently, AMD violated his young person, and now he has gone on a mission of vengeance to take down the mighty AMD with many a shitposts on the interwebs.

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Just now, zMeul said:

the consumer cares

because they'll end up in the same clusterfuck confusion they caused with the Athlon XP - consumers are not smart

And that my friend is why places like the LTT forums or the couple active sub reddits exist. And if the consumer cared about what they were buying, they'd actually do research, watch benchmarks ECT.

 

 

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Just now, SpaceGhostC2C said:

Enable HT -> change name

Double the core count -> keep name

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1 minute ago, zMeul said:

the consumer cares

because they'll end up in the same clusterfuck confusion they caused with the Athlon XP - consumers are not smart

Wait so your saying having a bunch of random numbers is easyier than a generic value for (hopefully) close to the same speed processers? To me if a see a x8736 and x8865 that's confusing which is the better quad core/hyper thread etc If it said sr5-8736 and sr7-8865 you know instantly which is the higher end chip. Easy to compare cross brands too. Atleast if the lvls of performance are compatible if not the naming sucks.

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