Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Jun 10, 2019.
Thanks for the laugh.
Is there an NDA for early reviews or do we all have to wait for the 7th till they released ?
7th July for legit reviews. Before that only leaks and unconfirmed benchmarks.
I'll settle for unconfirmed leaks. Anything...
5GHz is not happening.
https://wccftech.com/intel-10nm-ice...met-lake-amd-ryzen-3000-cpu-z-benchmark-leak/ is this fake???
It'd be nice if intel actually improved their architecture for once in the last 5-6 years, but even if it is true, it's not coming to desktop for a couple years yet.
*May not reflect all publicly available security updates*
- means that chip is still in need of some
- means that results are to be adjusted for all those people who actually have them applied since they do not mess with system patches
- Very likely uses DDR5 and they stated that configurations differ (higher memory clock/bandwidth?)
I could bet that they tested "older" chip with memory running at supported frequency. Which even for i9-9900K is 2666MHz.
Looks pretty fake to me, slide says 18% IPC improvement but then they say it's faster than a 9700K at 5.3GHz which is 43% typically when they announce a specific IPC increase that's the best case scenario although instructions like AVX could improve by that much. Although it's not due to late 2020 thus i would be surprised if they have a working sample let alone CPU-Z even detecting what the hell it is besides the CPU string. Then theres the Ryzen 3xxx CPU's which have higher clock speeds than their max turbo.
First Gen Ryzen is supported on Gigabyte's X570 board