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    Re: AMD "ryzen" performance.

    Geez Beer....I thought you fell into a beer barrel and couldn't (or didn't want to) get out. Good to see you again.

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    Re: AMD "ryzen" performance.

    Quote Originally Posted by zombie67 View Post
    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.

    I will look into it definately. But since I am no REAL tech freak, I will probably go for a single GPU - if I can scrape enough dimes and quarters together....
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    Re: AMD "ryzen" performance.

    Quote Originally Posted by c303a View Post
    Geez Beer....I thought you fell into a beer barrel and couldn't (or didn't want to) get out. Good to see you again.

    Not really. But sometimes I wish it were true though...I really get some "beating" at my job once a while...But thatīs the price of responsibility...I am always at work...But at the other hand, I am more secure in this job...

    Great so see you again also!
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    Re: AMD "ryzen" performance.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
    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 !
    Hey Bryan. Great to see some old faces still hanging around here! Itīs great being back!
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    Re: AMD "ryzen" performance.

    Beer! Way cool to see you again. I'm glad the job is secure as I ran into that myself recently. Hope the family is doing well.


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    Re: AMD "ryzen" performance.

    Here's my 1700 non X : http://stats.free-dc.org/stats.php?p...hostid=3839262
    Compare to my 5960X: http://stats.free-dc.org/stats.php?p...hostid=3847304

    The 1700 is running at 3.625ghz, 2667mhz dram
    The 5960X is running at 4.25ghz, 3000mhz dram
    Both are running Linux and crunching FAAH on WCG.
    The 1700 is pulling 173W at the wall, and the 5960X is pulling 305W
    The cost of my entire 1700 system with a nice case and an AIO cooler was still less than what i paid for the 5960X

    1700 = money well spent

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    Re: AMD "ryzen" performance.

    Quote Originally Posted by VietOZ View Post
    Here's my 1700 non X : http://stats.free-dc.org/stats.php?p...hostid=3839262
    Compare to my 5960X: http://stats.free-dc.org/stats.php?p...hostid=3847304

    The 1700 is running at 3.625ghz, 2667mhz dram
    The 5960X is running at 4.25ghz, 3000mhz dram
    Both are running Linux and crunching FAAH on WCG.
    The 1700 is pulling 173W at the wall, and the 5960X is pulling 305W
    The cost of my entire 1700 system with a nice case and an AIO cooler was still less than what i paid for the 5960X

    1700 = money well spent


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