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MacClipper 11-04-2017 12:24 AM

Not sure if there is any point waiting for the NDA to expire... afterall, a few sites like the 1st Spanish exposť , [H] etc already did show enough to see what the R5s are about and R5s are being sold in retail in many countries.

Anything else left over which you want to see?

MoneyFace =p 11-04-2017 01:01 AM

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Originally Posted by MacClipper (Post 107379236)
Not sure if there is any point waiting for the NDA to expire... afterall, a few sites like the 1st Spanish exposť , [H] etc already did show enough to see what the R5s are about and R5s are being sold in retail in many countries.

Anything else left over which you want to see?

They don't answer my concern.

How do they pitch against the similarly priced Intel non-K CPUs?

How much of an advantage/disadvantage do the 6C12T Ryzen have over Intel non-K Core i5 in games since many games can tap on 4+ physical cores while Ryzen's lower IPC and low clock speed holds back performance?

Power consumption figures before and after overclock?

Performance against Core i3-7350K when overclocked?

Memory scaling against R7s?

Wraith Stealth's performance?

Those expose do not address them. And i have to take their review with grain of salt as long as NDA aint lifted.

ikkozilla 11-04-2017 08:37 AM

Nda what time? Now can buy ryzen at sim lim liaoz?

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haylui 11-04-2017 12:01 PM

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Originally Posted by MoneyFace =p (Post 107379571)
They don't answer my concern.

How do they pitch against the similarly priced Intel non-K CPUs?

How much of an advantage/disadvantage do the 6C12T Ryzen have over Intel non-K Core i5 in games since many games can tap on 4+ physical cores while Ryzen's lower IPC and low clock speed holds back performance?

Power consumption figures before and after overclock?

Performance against Core i3-7350K when overclocked?

Memory scaling against R7s?

Wraith Stealth's performance?

Those expose do not address them. And i have to take their review with grain of salt as long as NDA aint lifted.

Against i3 ? Serious?

wwenze 11-04-2017 12:12 PM

You don't have to follow the NDA if you got your CPU buying it instead of free sample from signing the NDA

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C3mMlmMWcAADoMp.jpg

Encrypted11 11-04-2017 12:37 PM

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Originally Posted by MoneyFace =p (Post 107379571)
Performance against Core i3-7350K when overclocked?

Its OT link so I won't embed.



But it pretty much indicates the i3(K) and i5(K) are nonsense moot products unless niche use case.
(Z board reqs and performance).
But there is a case to be made between i5, i7, i7(k) vs Ryzen 5/7 on your use case and price point.

So this answers a small part of your qn.

Ferolare 11-04-2017 01:04 PM

By that stroke,

The Ryzen 5 1400 & 1500X fall into the same "nonsense moot products" too given that it's only 20 plates of chicken rice difference between 1400 and 1600 :s13:

concept_fuel 11-04-2017 02:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Ferolare (Post 107386360)
By that stroke,

The Ryzen 5 1400 & 1500X fall into the same "nonsense moot products" too given that it's only 20 plates of chicken rice difference between 1400 and 1600 :s13:


I wholeheartedly agree. In fact in my view the r5 1600 is a gem in the whole of the ryzen lineup. Compared to the Ryzen 5 1600X the r5 1600 provides substantial savings. Foregoing 400MHz (~12.5% clock speed) saves you $30 plus the cost of a cooler ~$45. With a theoretical budget of 1200sgd you could get yourself a great system with a b350 board to go with it to cover all your computing needs including gaming=:p. saving about the performance impact. If you were to overclock the chips it is likely you would find the difference to be even less.

serverxeon 11-04-2017 03:31 PM

i am also stuck betw the 1600 and 1600x.
i understand the 1600 can overclock pretty well,
but doesnt the 30W difference in the TDP restrict the 1600?
(I'm assuming using a same after-market cooler on both chips, so heat dissipation is neutralised)

im waiting for more info with regards to this concern...

Ferolare 11-04-2017 04:17 PM

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Originally Posted by serverxeon (Post 107388851)
i am also stuck betw the 1600 and 1600x.
i understand the 1600 can overclock pretty well,
but doesnt the 30W difference in the TDP restrict the 1600?
(I'm assuming using a same after-market cooler on both chips, so heat dissipation is neutralised)

im waiting for more info with regards to this concern...

Not in the slightest

How well a chip overclocks is based on the lottery. TDP has nothing to do with it

serverxeon 11-04-2017 04:59 PM

That's not entirely true.
The TDP, if enforced, will limit the amount of power drawn and dissipated by the chip.
That means performance diff!

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Originally Posted by Ferolare (Post 107389678)
Not in the slightest

How well a chip overclocks is based on the lottery. TDP has nothing to do with it


ZrE0_Cha0s 11-04-2017 09:13 PM

a lot of reviews are out guys. (waiting for onoboy to post :p)

MacClipper 11-04-2017 11:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MoneyFace =p (Post 107379571)
Performance against Core i3-7350K when overclocked?

Really hard to fathom this one.

The i3-7350K is probably the most overpriced and totally out of place dualcore CPU out there. It's a ridiculously laughable attempt by Intel to squeeze more out of the K tag.

Wonder how many bought this stinker at its RRP... :s22:

royfrosty 11-04-2017 11:16 PM

Not bad performance for its price lol. This site just nice at i5 pricing combo and yet able to perform really well. Finally an alternative to the pc hardware.

ikkozilla 11-04-2017 11:18 PM

Yes ryzen 5 wansuiii

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