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>> No.59070461

oy vey

>> No.59070550
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>> No.59070627

Will there be wide spread Mini ITX for Ryzen?

>> No.59071050
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Good luck with that OC

>> No.59071073

Good luck with that credit card debt.

>> No.59071078
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>multithreaded performance
wow it's bulldozer all over again

>> No.59071104
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>nigga it's half the price

>> No.59071121

You can literally see the abysmal Bulldozer performance and see how much they've improved.

>> No.59071122

>get shit on by massive margins in multicore
>barely squeak out a 5% single core lead while at higher clocks
I-its bulldozer g-guys please don't buy it or intel will stop paying me

>> No.59071142

now gimme a dual CPU workstation board

>> No.59071163

Doesn't Cinebench utilize AVX? It's quite amazing Ryzen does it so fast with 128bit width SIMD.

>> No.59071205

That bitch on the right is prime breeding material.

>> No.59071846

Hey man can you please delete this?

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>> No.59072098

Man that 1800K looks sick as hell. It's only 500 bucks and you get better performance than a 6900k for half the price!

>> No.59072140


>> No.59072309

Intel is finished. FINISHED.

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>> No.59072412
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Somebody call 911

>> No.59072435

Who gives a shit about multi thread performance. Gaymes only use 1-2 cores. Any single core/thread benchmarks?

>> No.59072461
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>> No.59072472

>AMD owns Havoc
Try again Jewtel

>> No.59072498

>>> /v/

>> No.59072516
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>> No.59072522

Don't pretend you do anything that uses more than 2-4 cores

>> No.59072562
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Ryzen single core has Broadwell-E performance

>> No.59072613

Damn was hoping it would be closer to 6700/7700 performance but still not bad.

>> No.59072638

Put turbo speed to 4.2 Ghz and you have 6700k. No need to even overclock

>> No.59072681
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This is actually pretty fucking nice, lol pahjeet actually delivered.

>> No.59072700

Intel is literally finished and bankrupt.

>> No.59072703

Yeah thought so. If they overclock well it's a guarenteed purchase pretty much.

>> No.59072725

>3.5gh vs 4.2ghz
Sure it does got low scores

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Good luck with that OC

>> No.59072858

>6900k and a Titan XP
Just end yourself man

>> No.59072890

That's on LN tho.

Looks like 4.5 on air at best

>> No.59072896

They are soldered and have a much less TDP, they will be overclocking monsters.


>> No.59073124


That's an anemic clock speed for such an insane voltage, perhaps this is shit silicon.

I was hoping to pull 5ghz on a custom loop and lapped cpu but it seems impossible now, even if its 1.6v for 5 ghz no one wants to give that to a 14nm chip 24/7.

>> No.59073168

sorry :(

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>> No.59073237
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DAMAGE CONTROL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!DAMAGE CONTROL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!DAMAGE CONTROL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!DAMAGE CONTROL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!DAMAGE CONTROL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!DAMAGE CONTROL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

>> No.59073295


...wait, there's no avx?

>> No.59073335

IPC should be clock independent.

>> No.59073371

there is

>> No.59073506

They are talking about single thread score not IPC.

>> No.59073839


>> No.59074639


Some people saying that the way the voodo magic that makes the r7s 65w and 95w causes the shown voltage to look higher, people are reporting the actual power draw is dam close to stated tdp.

>> No.59075084


Caught with what?

>> No.59075300

bruh, this is my life.

>> No.59075440

Is that total package draw or the cores themselves? Because I guarantee you the 1800x stock only puts ~65-75watts on the cores alone...we still have GMI link, memory controller and L3 cache (the "uncore" elements) power usage to consider.

Just about every high performing CPU is targeted for no more than 10 watts per core maximum usage factoring in single-thread turbo states because that is the general safe limit for these process nodes.
I would be surprised to see Ryzen chips using more than 7.5-8.5 watts per core in typical >95% confidence use cases.

Heck, my old Xeon only reports ~80-90w of power use being overvolted from 1.005 to 1.275 and overclocked from 2.6/2.9Ghz to 3.9/4.1Ghz, when in reality the platform is using more than 140w when ran full tilt.

Ryzen at top bin clocks is likely consuming ~8.5 watts per core.
12-15w per core is generally the upper limit for safety and 24/7 longevity if you have a monster cooling solution.

>> No.59075514

Since /g/ is so contrarian, are we going to start sucking Intel's dick once AMD is the market leader? People used to always say they bought AMD products even though they were inferior because they didn't want to give Intel/Nvidia money because of their near monopoly position. I wonder if people will start saying the same things about Intel...

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>be AMDrone
>can't use Thunderbolt accessories because Thunderbolt is an Intel technology

>> No.59075560

Jewtel needs to sell 8+core CPUs at reasonable price or I won't give a fuck.

>> No.59075612

Well now that AMD is competitive, they have to lower their prices to compete. And they will.

>> No.59075642


>This much of a try hard

>> No.59075657

Thunderbolt still exists? I thought that died the instant USB 3.0 was available everywhere

>> No.59075662

If you can't afford a $1000 cpu, you probably shouldn't be buying things on credit.

Not making a judgement on the merits of getting a 6900K or ryzen here, just good financial advice.

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>> No.59075666


you fuckin what.

>> No.59075684

>itty bitty titties

not really.

>> No.59075687

it's porn. caught fuckin each other.

>> No.59075690
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>that core voltage

>> No.59075711

Thunderbolt isn't a Mac thing.

>> No.59075718

Not even Macs use Thunderbolt any more.

>Intel BTFO

>> No.59075793

I'm sorry, but did Intel already lose? Oh, that’s right. Ryzen isn't even out yet. In fact, it’s only coming out in a week. Does having more or less the same performance as a chip that's as half as expensive count as a loss? Is that what you’re saying? Because if you’re saying that I can assure you that you’re wrong. Why would you make this topic when the real benchmarks aren't out? Intel are still R&D right now and they have been the best microprocessor manufacturers in the industry for how many years now? They’re against one of the worst company in the industry who just happen to have a lead because they’re feeding off the energy of having hired Jim Keller. But you know what? They still fucking suck. Intel own the best fabs, they increased their IPC by 5% last year and would of continued if AMD fanboys didn't shill so much. Maybe you should shut the fuck up before you make retarded topics like this. You know why? Because you’re going to be embarrassed when Intel releases decently priced CPUs and someone bumps this topic. Oh look at that, AMD did not say anything about the R5 where the real market really is. Are you a fucking drunk? Are you retarded? Are you autistic? You are a fucking idiot and you should never make a topic on this board again and I’m fucking serious. I almost have a feeling you’re the only guy making all these anti-Intel topics because you’re a faggot hater who doesn’t like Intel because they’re good. Fuck you, be good at something in YOUR life and then maybe try to troll these fucking companies on the board, like I give a fuck. It’s so easy to spot out your threads now, you’re a retard. Always doing stupid shit like this. Why don’t you try to be a good poster? Just for once? For once in your fucking life try not to make a topic like this. That’s just you, you’re always right at getting it wrong. Fuck you. You are nothing.

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>> No.59075866

Ryzen is roughly 10W per core @3.6Ghz, plus 15W for uncore.

>> No.59075896

any info on the Ryzen 5s yet?

>> No.59075905
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>1.875v suicide run on LN2

>> No.59075942


lol I'm a macfag and don't use thunderbolt. Fuck thunderbolt.

>> No.59076026

Why do you retards associate thunderbolt with Apple? It's not an Apple thing. Plenty of PCs have it. It's just a higher speed connection. If you want to use an eGPU on a laptop, you'll need thunderbolt, which means you'll need an Intel based laptop. If you want to get the most out of an external SSD, you'll need thunderbolt.

>> No.59076037

Apple was the first one to adopt it/advertise it heavily.

>> No.59076046

How soon can I buy it?

>> No.59076122

>Buying products that use proprietary connections.
Have you learned nothing over the years?
What happens if they just "stop " supporting it?
All those things you paid for become worthless or you have to keep around old computers just to use them.

>> No.59076140

They were one of the first to use USB C as well. And they were definitely the ones that pushed it the most.

>> No.59076141

Yeah we're all gonna need hardcore sauce for that claim.

No way the uncore only takes 15w

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>> No.59076218

But, Thunderbolt wasn't taken up heavily by non-Apple hardware vendors because of the high prices Intel charged for Thunderbolt components.

The take-up of Thunderbolt outside the Apple ecosystem is miniscule.

>> No.59076232

Most laptops that are designed to compete with the MacBook Pro have thunderbolt.

>> No.59076233

Because Apple was the only one to really use it and make it relevant. Yeah, some PCs had Thunderbolt, just like some had Firewire. It was still associated with Apple, because they were the only ones that made it standard.

Now, even Apple has completely dropped Thunderbolt in favor of USB - C. Thunderbolt could not be more irrelevant.

>> No.59076242

>I was hoping to pull 5ghz on a custom loop

Why, are you mentally retarded? Intel's octa cores don't come anywhere close to 5GHz. You get 4.5 if you're lucky under water. More cores equals more difficulty in achieving stable overclocks. The idea that Ryzen was going to overclock beyond what Intel's HEDT chips do was always retarded. Broadwell-E can't even reach the same frequencies as Haswell-E on average, and runs a lot hotter in the process.

>> No.59076264

Jesus Christ you're retarded. The the new Macbooks DO have thunderbolt. Thunderbolt uses the USB C connector now. Apple didn't abandon it.

>> No.59076281

But does anyone actually use Thunderbolt port on a Windows workstation laptop when they also have an eSATA port and USB 3.0/3.1 ports?

>> No.59076282

Thats on all 8 cores. That's pretty fucking high in that context. Most of these extreme overclocks are on single core.

>> No.59076298

>half the price
37% is closer to a third of the price

>> No.59076325
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Nope. MacBooks don't have Thunderbolt. It's just USB 3.1 over USB-C.

MacBook Air does have Thunderbolt.

>> No.59076356

>the lowest end modern Mac doesn't have it
Wow. Their new Macbook Pros still have it. You claimed Apple abandoned it.

>> No.59076373

I think the only people who really use it are people who use eGPUs.

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Good on AMD. Hope they deliver a good product.

>> No.59076403

At this point I'm pretty convinced that 1700X is the one to get, it seems to offer the best value unless you really need cherry silicon.

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>just built an intel/nvidia computer a few months ago

I got cucked

>> No.59076492

Intel I can understand but novideo? It's 2017 senpai

>> No.59076493
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What are you talking about? The more cores/threads to give to your VM while utilizing a GPU passthrough to play games means better performance in both the host and the VM. What do you actually have Windows INSTALLED on your PC? I'm lmaoing at your life right now.

>> No.59076504

Unless you actually use programs that are optimized to take advantage of more than 4 cores/8 threads, you aren't losing out on much besides price. Ryzen's single core performance is on par with Intel now, so most programs will be about the same compared to Intel. By the time most games are optimized for 8 cores, it'll be time to upgrade your processor anyways.

>> No.59076513

That wasn't me, anon.

>> No.59076519

the 1060 was cheaper than the 480 when I bought it. I just hope AMD can stay ahead so I can make the switch next time I upgrade

>> No.59076591

Nvidia > AMD > Intel
>he isn't running an Nvidia GPU with an AMD CPU

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