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    AMD "ryzen" performance.

    Hey,

    Anyone have a AMD Ryzen crunching ? Does anyone know how they perform chrunchingwise ?
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    Re: AMD "ryzen" performance.

    Beer! Glad to see you on the boards!

    I had a look at the top 60 computers on Primegrid. Some of them use AMD CPUs, but none of them are Ryzens. Shouldn't be too long before someone tries one out and we can see the results.

    I did find this though:
    Ryzen 7 1800X @stock - Built-in BOINC CPU Benchmarks: 4536 FP MIPS, 15295 Integer MIPS

    Ryzen 7 1700 @3.9GHz - Built-in BOINC CPU Benchmarks: 4755 FP MIPS, 16497 integer MIPS

    Ryzen 7 1700 @3.6GHz - Built-in BOINC CPU Benchmarks: 4351 FP MIPS, 13611 Integer MIPS


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    Re: AMD "ryzen" performance.

    hey beer long time no see. good to see you again.
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    Re: AMD "ryzen" performance.

    Quote Originally Posted by John P. Myers View Post
    Beer! Glad to see you on the boards!

    I had a look at the top 60 computers on Primegrid. Some of them use AMD CPUs, but none of them are Ryzens. Shouldn't be too long before someone tries one out and we can see the results.

    I did find this though:

    Thanks. I will lurk around myself. First I have to come up with some sort of lame excuse to build a computer though. These days we have 2 lappys, which cover our needs just fine......
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    Re: AMD "ryzen" performance.

    Quote Originally Posted by shiva View Post
    hey beer long time no see. good to see you again.
    Hey shiva,

    Thanks, itīs good to be back. It seems like ages ago...But I missed some good old "chatter".....And I remembered how fun S.USA used to be...So here I am.
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    Re: AMD "ryzen" performance.

    Quote Originally Posted by Beerdrinker View Post
    Thanks. I will lurk around myself. First I have to come up with some sort of lame excuse to build a computer though. These days we have 2 lappys, which cover our needs just fine......
    hey now since when was to help out susa a lame excuse to build a new computer. I just tell everyone I'm into medical research or deep space star data research. from there I can just dazzle them with BS.
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    Re: AMD "ryzen" performance.

    Quote Originally Posted by shiva View Post
    hey now since when was to help out susa a lame excuse to build a new computer. I just tell everyone I'm into medical research or deep space star data research. from there I can just dazzle them with BS.


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    Re: AMD "ryzen" performance.

    Quote Originally Posted by shiva View Post
    hey now since when was to help out susa a lame excuse to build a new computer. I just tell everyone I'm into medical research or deep space star data research. from there I can just dazzle them with BS.
    IIRC Beerdrinker was a master of BS

    Hey BD, fantastic to see you on the forums!! It has been a very very long time and it is wonderful to have you back !


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    Re: AMD "ryzen" performance.

    From the reviews I have read, the 8-core version looks very competitive with the intel 8-core chip. And way way cheaper. The only thing that looks concerning is the number of PICe lanes. Don't plan on running GPUs in more than two PCIe slots.
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    Re: AMD "ryzen" performance.

    Yeah, AMD got a winner again. Finally. Things are looking better for the competition in the x86 CPU front!

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