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>> No.73475855 [DELETED] 
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>>73475768
So you have no argument. Sad!

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>>73475855
>da joos control the media!
>da joos control intel!
>da joos control the banks!
>da joos are why my life is in shambles!

Take your meds and get punched, Nazi.

>> No.73475911
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>>73475754

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFd-UodssUc

280w TDP.

>> No.73475935

>>73475754
Also Athlon 3000G. New entry level killer at just $49.

>> No.73476061

>>73475910
>da joos control the media!
>da joos control intel!
>da joos control the banks!
It has yet to be proven that these things are not the case

>> No.73476075

>>73476061
That's not how burden of proof works.

>> No.73476673

>>73475754
shameless bump for interest
Where are the Renoir APUs? I want one, please mommy Su.

>> No.73477000

>>73476061
based and redpilled

>> No.73477379

>>73476075
They still have yet to forgive the Persians, I don't think they particularly like white folks.

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>>73475754

>> No.73479963
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>>73475754
wryyyyy

>> No.73480842

>>73477536
Because of budget cuts, their internet defense force is a shadow of it's former self.

>> No.73481066

32 cores is crazy. what do you need them for except servers?
i rarely use the 8 cores of my ryzen 1700

>> No.73481104

>>73481004
they aren't, the 24 core 2970wx launched at 1300$
the new 24core 3960x is 1400. seems ok, inflation is about 2 percent so , the price increase is only about 80$, seems ok since its got more of everything.

the 32 core increased by about 160$

>> No.73481193

What the FUCK even uses all those 88 pci-express 4.0 lanes?

>> No.73481241

>>73481193
>88 4.0 lanes
>4.0 double bandwidth over 3.0
>can run 88 mining gpus at 1 lane each
>tfw each will run as if its on pcie 3.0 x2
now if i can just find a way to run 2 gpus on a single pcie 4.0 lane...

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>>73481066
I mean you gotta gauge your own needs. Both the single core and multicore performance of the entire 3000 series is in a completely different league compared to the 1000 series, but if you're not having any issues with performance then you shouldn't update just for the hell of it. At least sticking to 1700 you don't have to worry about getting the right BIOS update that doesn't gimp its performance.

>> No.73482127

if you had the choice between a new 3rd gen build and a used 2nd gen 32 core threadripper with x399 creator board with 64gb of ram for $1800, which would you get?

>> No.73482184

>>73475911
>>73476009
>>73476028
>>73481040
More is better

>> No.73482210

>>73481226
Dude can you even imagine how fast those Minecraft chunks are gonna be loading?

>> No.73482219

>>73476075
That statement want in any way extraordinary and doesn't require any extraordinary proofs. Regular proofs are within grasp of anyone who has internet access, specifically - anyone can look up these companies in Wikipedia and by following generously provided context links verify that these are all controlled by people of Jewish descent.

>> No.73482226

>>73482167
This is not uncommon
Motherboard manufacturers are still using machines that run windows xp, that's not to say windows 7 is bad but it's an appliance, it has no need for a newer version if it already works
If a new appliance machine was made right now it would probably run Windows 10 LTSC and would continue to run win10 LTSC even way after it was unsupported

>> No.73482227

>>73482167
That's a remote desktop, and manufacturing software is usually only certified for one version of Windows.

>> No.73482267

>>73481066
Try coding

>> No.73482269

>>73481193
The botnet demands 32x pcie 4 lanes

>> No.73482333
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>>73476028
Intel is doing more with 8.

>> No.73482348

What did dumb frog poster mean by this?
>>73482333

>> No.73482350

>>73482227
yeah I noticed it was a remote desktop
>>remotely using windows 7 from a windows 10 PC

>> No.73482380

>>73482226
Well that's probably because the manufacturing machines themselves are using outdated hardware.
Hell we have a few PLC-3s and lots of PLC-5s where I work so I know what it's like using outdated software.
Data Highway is the bane of my existence. networking all our machines on 1970s protocols connected to the plant network and ultimately collecting data from everything so some corporate goon can see part counts or whatever on his smart phone.

>> No.73482405

>>73475754
>tdp 280w
2000W toaster CPU when?

>> No.73482752

>>73476028
>>73481040
You know 2990WX with 250W TDP routinely pushes 500W+ in reality, right?

>> No.73482790

>>73482752
citation needed

>> No.73483183

>>73482339
Threadripper 3000 with UMA is basically slightly lower clocked 3700x with the multithreading of Epycs, from my point of view Threadripper 2000 is nearly obsolete

currently using a 2920x

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>>73482790

>> No.73483554

>>73483543
AVX isn't even the most power consuming load on Zen+; with SSE it can go beyond 600W.

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>>73475911
NO NO NOOOOOOO DELETE THIS!!!

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>>73482752
avg power consumption is within tdp, it will not exceed 250w unless you are overclocking/using pbo

intel on the other-hand is selling 56core cascadelake-ap with a rated 400w tdp

>> No.73483612

>>73483525
>>73483554
>>73483543
>omg this cpu uses more power than stock when overclocked

kys

>> No.73483617

>>73483581
>when running all cores under POV-Ray, we observed each core running around 3150 MHz
Wow, nice $1800 3GHz CPU there.

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>>73483525
we really dont need to play this game, intel wins fair and square

>> No.73483624

>>73483612
When your stock frequency is 30% below that of Intel's, yeah, if you're not overclocking you've fell for the red team jews

>> No.73483646

>>73483623
>4.6GHz vs 4GHz
Power grows linearly with frequency and quadratically with voltage; when overclocking voltage grows roughly quadratically with frequency, which means power grows quintically with frequency. 32core at [email protected] translates to [email protected] if it were an AMD CPU, which so far STILL fails to hit 4.6GHz even on the newest 3970X.

>> No.73483651

>>73483617
>>73483624
https://www.anandtech.com/show/13748/the-intel-xeon-w-3175x-review-28-unlocked-cores-2999-usd
>It is worth noting that this processor is rated at 3.1 GHz for 255W TDP

intel literally runs at the same frequency but with 4 fewer cores, under full load

>> No.73483666

>>73483623
>800 watts cpu
There's no way this is legal
They should put a hazard sticker on the box

>> No.73483669

>>73483646
the intel chip is drawing more power at stock than the threadripper, the gap widens the higher the clock goes ,

ive never seen this much cope in a thread before

>> No.73483677

>>73475754
wasn't 4 channel memory main bottleneck of the gen 2 threadripper? I thought that was the reason behind new socket?

>> No.73483727

>>73483677
>wasn't 4 channel memory main bottleneck of the gen 2 threadripper?
thats was NOT the problem, the second gen TR performed stellar on Linux since their sheduler isn't total dogshit crap like windows10
>I thought that was the reason behind new socket?
the reason is money, as always. it sucks tho, you can swap a 'old' NAPLES chip for a new ROME chip but cannot do that on X399? pretty shitty behavious.

>> No.73483750

>>73483727
>the reason is money, as always.
No
AMD and Intel aren't going to spend time and money redesigning the socket unless there's a very good reason to

>> No.73483760

>>73483715
T-that's 128 threads anon-kun
64 core TR confirmed?

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>>73483750
top kek
>>73483760
MSI fucked up a bit.
>https://wccftech.com/amd-ryzen-threadripper-3990x-64-core-128-thread-flagship-cpu-leak/

>> No.73483784

>>73483768
If they cared about money then explain why they would spend it redesigning the socket?

>> No.73483788

>>73483727
>>73483750
my personal hunch is some of the x399 boards lack a vrm powerful enough to get the frequencies amd wanted,

the vrms on trx40 seem alot beefier than any x399 board ive seen

>> No.73483811

>>73483788
I'm of the opinion that they want all boards to support
>88 pcie lanes
>pcie 4.0
and that they can get away with it since they did not promise compatibility like on the AM4 platform.

>> No.73483829

>>73483804
>Gentoo compilation is often bottlenecked by single threaded linking and configurat
Is there a facility in Gentoo to compile multiple packages simultaneously in order to avoid this problem?

>> No.73483846

AMD literally DABBING on israel right now.

>> No.73483886

>>73483866
>3950x 4.7ghz 16 core 105W tdp
>3970x 4.5ghz 32 core 280W tdp (?!?)
Explain this

>> No.73483891

>>73483829
>Is there a facility in Gentoo to compile multiple packages simultaneously in order to avoid this problem?
None that I know of. But I haven't really followed it's development for some time, so I have no idea honestly. It seems kind of doable to some extent.

>> No.73483927

>>73483886
It's the IO die. It has to handle way more PCIe 4.0, double the memory controllers and Infinity Fabric links. That silicon piece will be huge and power hungry.

>> No.73483942

>>73483927
Zen 2's desktop IO die already uses 30-40W and the TRX40 version will use 70-80W ?!? That's beyond insane.

>> No.73484006

>>73483903
>38min of golden locks jesus
just give us a /quickrundown/ instead of posting such a long video.

>> No.73484015

>>73483963
As a comparison the EPYC Rome IO die is 8.34 billion transistors, and measures 416 mm2. GeForce GTX 1080 is 7.2 billion at 314 mm2 while 1080 Ti is 12 billion at 471 mm2.

>> No.73484029

>>73484006
Intel's TDP is a lie. AMD's TDP is a different lie. TDP on coolers is yet another different lie. Only trust real power usage benchmarks.

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>>73484029
ok thx

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>>73483623
>>73483666
The king of infernos

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>>73481787

>> No.73485649

>>73475754
Is 3960x 4x8c or 8x4c? Considering there is supposed to be 64c 3990x which means it's 8 chiplets, right?

>> No.73485678

>>73485649
I'm assuming 4x6c with 4xdummies

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>>73483623 >>73483666 >>73485103
3950x on load uses less power than 9900K.
While being faster than 9920X.
Intel fanbois on suicide watch.

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imagine being an intel stockholder right now

>> No.73486573

>>73483829
Yes, there absolutely is
https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki//etc/portage/make.conf#EMERGE_DEFAULT_OPTS

>> No.73486629

>>73481241
>GPU mining
>2019
what memecoins are people even still mining on GPU's these days?

>> No.73486662

>>73486629
eth and grincoin are both good if you have cheap electricity and buy second hand cards from retarded kids on ebay

>> No.73486664

>>73475754
can i easily make a L3disk like i'm making ramdisks? i could have a small linux distro on 128mb of l3 cpu cache

>> No.73486715

>>73486662
>buying second hand GPUs on eBay
>thinking it's the sellers who are retarded

>> No.73486740

>>73486715
whatever

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>it's another shoah!

Not yet

>> No.73486902

>>73486398
Keep in mind there's simply no overclocked results @ 3950x. There's only one 3950x result overall, leaked.
It'll get fun when the chips are out, more results are uploaded with post-release AGESA and good cooling, and we get to see overclock vs overclock.

>> No.73487106

>>73487033
bigger bipeline

>> No.73487126

>>73487106
t. Bentium 4

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>>73486931
>TR beats Xeon Platinum
the absolute (((STATE))) of israel

>> No.73488019

>>73487779
Oh snap 750usd for 16c ain't bad
Sadly way out of my budget did my big upgrade for the years (2080ti)
Guess ill just put a 3900x used in or something from nerds upgrading to 3950s

>> No.73490922

>>73481066
I'm a 3d artist, I use Arnold renderer which uses the CPU. More cores means faster render times.

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