Corsair Announces AMD X570 and PCIe 4.0 Force Series MP600 M.2 SSD at 4950MB/sec

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    tunejunky Master Guru

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    AMD did an exceptional job of getting all of its ducks in a row.
    after all, what good is next gen perf. w/o next gen products?
    this is how you grow an ecosystem... a Ryzen 3000 customer can now have pcie 4.0 storage and gpus (Navi) at the time of buying the cpu/mobo.
     
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    I wanna get an X570 board now. Eventhough I will be using 2x RX 480s, I feel it would be a good upgrade path for yhe future. Though I will get a 3500x first and use it with my x370 for now.
     
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    I wonder if there will be an option for HEDT? It would be odd for consumer boards to get PCIe 4.0 while HEDT is stuck with 3.0.
     

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    AMD just made high-end mainstream HEDT. R9 12c/24t, 78mb cache, beats $1100 i9 9920x for $499.

    Unless you need quad channel memory and a large number of extra PCIe lanes, the lines between desktop and HEDT just blurred.
     

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