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    Ryzen 3000

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    AMD’s CEO had already demo’d an 8 core Ryzen 3000 series 7nm processor back at CES earlier in the year. And the chip put on quite a surprise upset, outperforming Intel’s i9 9900K in Cinebench at stock clocks whilst consuming significantly fewer watts.


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    Re: Ryzen 3000

    Update: The 3850X should have a base clock of 4.3GHz and boost to 5.1GHz.

    And since the 3000 series supports PCIe 4.0, m.2 SSDs with 5GB/s bandwidth are already in the works.


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    Re: Ryzen 3000

    Wow. Love the idea of even faster storage.
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    Re: Ryzen 3000

    Update: The 3700X and 3800X will be 8c/16t. The 3900X is 12c/24t. The 3950X is 16c/32t.


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    Re: Ryzen 3000

    Threadripper expected in Q4. 64c/128t.


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    Re: Ryzen 3000

    Err mu grrrrd!

    I am really looking forward to seeing AVX (all versions) performance vs Intel. I have high hopes, but need to see it demonstrated.
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    Re: Ryzen 3000

    Intel is cutting CPU prices by ~15% because they're afraid of AMD's Ryzen 3000 series. Only applies to 9600K, 9700K, 9900K and 9900KS so far.


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    Re: Ryzen 3000

    Any demos or word on AMD's latest AVX performance compared to Intel for crunching?

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    Re: Ryzen 3000

    Quote Originally Posted by DrPop View Post
    Any demos or word on AMD's latest AVX performance compared to Intel for crunching?
    When compared to previous Ryzen CPUs, the AVX2 speedup has been from 40% to double, depending on the application. Not sure how that compares with Intel in those specific apps but when the NDA lifts on July 7th we'll know more.


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    Thanks! Sounds like they put some effort into it, at least. Looking forward to seeing their results in July.

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