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[Thread] AMD/Intel CPU 2019

Manaberry

Active Member
Hi there. Computex is happening. AMD and Intel conferences are done. Now we have to wait until further announcement from AMD at E3 (mid June) and Intel might come with something this summer.

Intel has revealed an improved version of the 9900K: 9900KS.
Frequency has been increased on both base and turbo mode.

No announced yet:
16 Cores Ryzen
Threadripper serie
Intel Desktop 10th Gen.



AMD Zen2 General Features
15% IPC
uplift rumor confirmed.



Products
Ryzen 7 3700X
- $329 - 8C/16T CPU comes with a 4.4 GHz boost and 3.6 GHz base frequency, 36MB of total cache, and a 65W TDP.

Ryzen 7 3800X - $399 - 8C/16T CPU comes with a 4.5 GHz boost and 3.9 GHz base frequency, 36MB of total cache, and a 105W TDP.

Ryzen 9 3900X - $499 - 12C/24T CPU comes with a 4.6 GHz boost and 3.8 GHz base frequency, 70MB of total cache, and a 105W TDP. 18% more perf than a Core i9-9920X.

AVAILABLE ON JULY 7

Ryzen 9 3950X - $749 - 16C/32T CPU comes with a 4.7 GHz boost and 3.5 GHz base frequency, 72MB of total cache, and a 105W TDP.
Available on September 2019.


5xx Chipset:
Coming soon



Intel 10th Gen Intel Core Processors
Nothing much on the Intel's side. The 10th Gen is in the pipeline.
Full report here




I will updated this post when we get news from AMD/Intel/Motherboard manufacturers.
 
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chimuelo

Star Of Stage & Screen
The new 9900KS has been revealed, but you can’t even buy models announced @ CES from last January yet, much less the latest “release.”
But a great single core performer, hands down.

Interested in the Ryzen 3700X though.
Already have a motherboard and chassis picked out.
Not the newest but there’s already a BIOS for the 3000 series.


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Here’s the low profile GFX Card too.

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I’m interested mostly in AMD 3000, non Picasso (12nm version of Zen+) Single core performance tests. Cinebech of a continuous simulation of liquid or flight simulator tests, all single core tests.

I gotta work, so thanks for updates on the live stream.
 
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Manaberry

Manaberry

Active Member
Nice unit! Small and useful. I like it!
I'm into Threadripper I guess, because I need a CPU and chipset that control my 128GB of ram :<
 

chimuelo

Star Of Stage & Screen
3700X is the chip @ CES Vegas that was touted as the Intel killer.
With me I’ve already got all the power I need with i7 4790k’s. I’ve got an 8086k fromSilicon Lottery, i7 5775C w/128MB L4 cache. Not much difference from all 3 CPUs, just like the 3700X wouldn’t be much different in regards to speed, but the power envelope is what intrigues me.

The AMD Cache design is also what gets my attention.
Intel gets about 2MB per core where the AMD gets a huge 6 MBs per core of L2 then shared pool of 32MBs of L3. I suspect this is where low watt efficiency meets brute strength.

I noticed years ago when VST FX were just starting they sucked, sounded like metallic crap, but ate up CPU Cycles like nobody’s business. Intels were faster than AMD but AMD could run more FX due it’s larger Cache.

I don’t notice that on my Broadwell 5775C but it’s cache is L4/128MBs.
It does get the same amount of work done @ 3.3GHz as my 4770k’s.

Im hoping the 32MBs on the 65 watt AMD 3700X helps out in the same way.

I’m thinking AMD would like AMD GFX but I’m going to stay small due to size and heat restrictions.

Can’t wait for single core R15 Cinebench tests. Not a real test that we need but a great starting point since Intel chips are all on the single core charts to evaluate.

Cheerz
 

Damarus

Active Member
Cant wait to start seeing some real benchmarks and real-world tests with these new chips. Its ability to overclock is going to show us if they are much better than Zen1 or cant even beat Intel's next offerings.
 

chimuelo

Star Of Stage & Screen
Damn just found out my 2nd trusted review guy was hired by Intel.
Most likely for his mad skills @ OC’ing.
His name is Kyle Bennet (HardOCP) and 20+ years ago he and Anand Shimpli (AnandTech) we’re partners in a magazine, as the web was still young.
Each got their own successful review site and now both are gone..:crying:

Any trustworthy people for reviews?
I got a place where DAWBench is used in reviews but I need a geek who tears apart CPUs, etc.
 

chimuelo

Star Of Stage & Screen
This might make me forget the 3700X if true.
But I’m skeptical when there’s no leaks and suddenly success on the 10nm wafers?
Could explain why we’re not seeing many of the CPUs shown in Vegas @ CES.

Really impressed with the low power claims, and the fact they’re going to less cores means they’re proud of something.
It has to be true, if it isn’t they’ll ruin their name for years to come.

I’ll take a 4.1 quad with 18% uptick in IPC.

https://wccftech.com/intel-10nm-ice-lake-18-pc-ipc/

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Denkii

Active Member
Damn just found out my 2nd trusted review guy was hired by Intel.
Most likely for his mad skills @ OC’ing.
His name is Kyle Bennet (HardOCP) and 20+ years ago he and Anand Shimpli (AnandTech) we’re partners in a magazine, as the web was still young.
Each got their own successful review site and now both are gone..:crying:

Any trustworthy people for reviews?
I got a place where DAWBench is used in reviews but I need a geek who tears apart CPUs, etc.
Steve Burke from Gamers Nexus and Der8auer are mostly in the high end OC game but offer Savage reviews of most things.
 
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Manaberry

Manaberry

Active Member
I guess this year is for AMD until Intel get their next gen desktop ready. Until then, AMD will improve their Zen process with the 7nm+ for very competitive prices. In few months, I will have the choice to get a very nice new CPU to replace my old 6800K.. without selling my house for it.
 

ridgero

Member
AMD still has a 16 Core Ryzen CPU, which they haven't shown so far. I guess they will wait until Intel has something to come up with :)
 
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