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Old 14-12-2016, 09:37 AM   #1
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Hello AMD RYZEN! 8 cores 16 threads is here.



More details here:

http://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages...ocessor,1.html

http://www.anandtech.com/show/10907/...hz-boost-steps

Ryzen + AM4. Yummy.
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Old 14-12-2016, 09:54 AM   #3
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Hello. .
Be a good boy ok?
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6900k performance! I hope its i5 price
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Old 14-12-2016, 10:11 AM   #5
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Should wait for this or get 6700k now?

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Old 14-12-2016, 10:13 AM   #6
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Old 14-12-2016, 10:21 AM   #7
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6900k performance! I hope its i5 price
I hope also. LOL.
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Damn, the life demo is real >< unlike how they demo their GPU, a stock ryzen can actually beat a 6800k on boost. Hope it stays true and that way.

95w vs 140w. Thats a lot of TDP cut down. Lets see how well they price their CPU.
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Damn, the life demo is real >< unlike how they demo their GPU, a stock ryzen can actually beat a 6800k on boost. Hope it stays true and that way.

95w vs 140w. Thats a lot of TDP cut down. Lets see how well they price their CPU.
This one should be one of the higher end model. I just want a 3Ghz 8 cores 16 threads.
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i have lost updates on all this current gen cpu (im still using sandy bridge...am i?). can anyone do a quick roadmap?

correct me if im wrong...
Sandy bridge - number start from 2k to 3k?
Haswell - number start from 4k to 5k?
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i have lost updates on all this current gen cpu (im still using sandy bridge). can anyone do a quick roadmap?

correct me if im wrong...
Sandy bridge - number start from 2k to 3k?
Haswell - number start from 4k to 5k?
Skylake - number start from 6k?
Kaby lake - number start from 7k?

is it how they name it? what about i3 i5 i7?
i3 = 2 cores 4 threads.
i5 = 4 cores 4 threads.
i7 = 4 cores 8 threads.

Sandy bridge = 2XXX
Ivy bridge = 3XXX
Haswell = 4XXX
Skylake = 6XXX
Kaby lake = 7XXX
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Old 14-12-2016, 10:48 AM   #13
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Looking good for AMD especially the power consumption.
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i3 = 2 cores 4 threads.
i5 = 4 cores 4 threads.
i7 = 4 cores 8 threads.

Sandy bridge = 2XXX
Ivy bridge = 3XXX
Haswell = 4XXX
Skylake = 6XXX
Kaby lake = 7XXX
so basing on this....im not using sandy bridge?...all the while i thought im using sandy bridge ...

*and this ryzen 8 core 16 thread thats like double i7?

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so basing on this....im not using sandy bridge?...all the while i thought im using sandy bridge ...

*and this ryzen 8 core 16 thread thats like double i7?
4590 is haswell, same as me.
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