AMD Ryzen 3000 Series 7nm cpus leaked online, R9 16c 32T 4.7Ghz,R7 12c 24t 5.0Ghz,R5 8c 16t 4.8Ghz

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  1. Aura89

    Aura89 Ancient Guru

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    I don't know where this image came from, so i can't really say if it's a legit picture or not other then Chipsy is the one that posted it. But if what you're saying is true, then Gigabyte, is just copying/pasting from adored tv/reddit as well. That is, ofcourse, if the image has not been altered.

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    That sucks. I tested it out on my A8 with my 7850 a few months ago. I hope it's still active. Fun to play with if nothing else.
     
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    I am waiting for some official information to come out , I hope that the news will be good .
     
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    Well Zen 2 is a chiplet design, an IO die with a CPU die slightly off set next to it. Lisa Su showed an 8c/16t sample running Cinebench against a 9900K which it just beat (2057 vs 2040).

    But we don't know how fast it was running unfortunately (well I couldn't make out anything from the screen shots, annoyingly). Looks very promising though :cool:
     

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    This is the main reason i bought a Ryzen 7 1800x when i built my new computer in 2017. I was not sure for how long Intel would support their current socket. They have the bad tendency to release a new socket every time they release a new cpu (for no reason) and i hate having to build a new computer just to upgrade the cpu. Ordering and installing a new cpu takes a few minutes. Ordering and installing a new mobo, ram and cpu is a little bit more time consuming. My previous computer was Intel and was pretty much non upgradable outside of putting a Core i7 instead of the Core i5.

    I hope my Crosshair Hero Vi will be able to support the 3k Ryzen cpus as i will likely upgrade it somewhere in 2020.
     
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    I hope my Crosshair Hero VI supports 3k ryzens also. But I will upgrade already this summer if those come out.
     

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