AMD CEO: Lisa Su in Video - Zen 3 is on track and launches this year

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  1. geogan

    geogan Master Guru

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    Limit performance? There is none to microscopic (1%) performance gain with all cores maxed extra performance. That is just ill-informed myth that people (and most likely third party water cooling manufacturers) throw around. The most it will do is maybe be slightly quieter than stock cooler.

    https://www.techspot.com/review/1875-ryzen-3900x-wraith-prism-rgb-vs-liquid-cooler/
     
  2. fry178

    fry178 Ancient Guru

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    should have said on any non office rig.
    yes, for the cpu it wont matter much, but any one with dedicated gpu will see a difference, cause gpu/chipset/vrm/ram/nvmes will all have significant higher temps, and especially on gpu limit your clocks, hence performance.

    e. g. Nv starts boost throttling past 47*C,
    and no one buys a 3700 or higher to "just" surf the web, so still valid for +90% of users to have at least an AIO (setup as exhaust)..
     
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  3. gerardfraser

    gerardfraser Ancient Guru

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    People actually believe used AMD CPU's are worth pennies.

    I was selling a 3800X and apparently this is true, response I got from someone on a forum.
     

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