Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Apr 19, 2018.
So... it seems 8700K is still on top?
It can do 4.55GHz @ 1.51V, but on more exotic cooling
If there is a 2800X in the future, it might do 4.5 or 4.6GHz @ 1.4 - 1.5v.
Zen2 should be a "great" OC'er then, I guess up to 4.6 - 4.8Ghz np.
I'd love to see the 2600 and 2700 non "x" reviewed. AMD has already said the 2800X will be here with in the next few months. Unless that AMD post was a prank.
Please show where this was said...links please?
If you think the bottom is the top...yes!
on top for a gaming with killed GPU bottleneck.
Not knocking anyone but If you follow what AMD says, AMD pretty much said if Intel produces a CPU better than the 2700X, at that price point, AMD will release the 2800X. No idea what that chip could be unless it's a threadRipper kinda CPU. Not going to post links. It all over the interwebs.
Again......Edit: This could be fake news. Google it?
I have seen a few reviews now of the 2600 and 2700 non "X" chips matching their "X" versions. I need more reviews!
The 2600 and 2700 procs have been requested, I have an inbound package upcoming week from AMD, and 'think' it's a 2600.
There are some 2600 reviews out there, 90% of them, however, have simply faked the CPU results, e.g. took the 2600X and changed clocks in the BIOS and ran results. Few reviews are valid with an actual purchased one.
Thanks, I am pretty damn excited waiting for the 2700 (non X) review, not because of the OC potential to match the performance, but more like, is the X really worth the extra? At stock, that is. Sure, beefier cooler, but I'm not a big fan of that clip mounted cooler.
Not sure where you're seeing this....?? Because there isn't one manufacturer on that list that has anything over 3200mhz..... Especially at four dimms populated.
Great to hear that Boss. I'm looking forward to those incoming reviews to see where those cpus stand once overclocked
Technically, there are, if you actually look at the modules. For instance the F4-4133C19D-16GTZKWC is in there and that's a 4133 memory module, but it doesn't say it supports it at that frequency, just says it supports that module.
Sure it states what speed it is using..... 3066 across two 4GB sticks and that is sad as hell in the supported speed/amount library. to the left of the size column shows the actual supported speeds.
Not one of these sticks were ever shown to go over 3200mhz on this entire page, so again I ask where this information is coming from....
Well , there is a rumor going around that they are saving the very best of the best highly binned chips for a Ryzen 2800x to fight off any 8c 16t cpu intel might release .
I just showed you where the information came from you're just not listening.
The guy you quoted is wrong in the sense that 4000mhz is not supported "out of the gate", rather, high speed memory is supported, at lower frequencies then what the memory is stated to be able to do. Which means squat.
With the official roadmaps for both AMD & Intel having leaked, they likely won't even need to. Z390 & Coffee Lake Refresh aren't dropping til the end of the year (most likely around Oct/Nov, just like OG CL), at which point Ryzen 3rd Gen/ 7nm Zen 2 will be only ≈4-5 months out. That being said, by the time the 8-c/16t CL-R DOES drop, GloFo's 12nm will be more than mature enough for a hypothetical Ryzen 7 2800X (if AMD deems it worth the time, effort, & cost vs just waiting for 3rd Gen, that is).