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Ryzen 5 2600X And Ryzen 7 2700X Zen+ CPUs Reach 5.8GHz Overclocks On LN2

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Apr 16, 2018.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Is it just me, or he really did turned off the SMT for r5 2600X?
     
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    beta-sama Member Guru

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    And its only on one core...
     
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    But again, 8700k was OCed to 7.3GHz on all cores. The LN2 numbers are funny to watch, but nothing relating to us mere consumers.
     

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    Been done before, I guess it's still fun but getting high LN2 clocks is a bit dated now.
     
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    Stay tuned for the review(s) people.
     
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    Well... :

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    Well, that is not a very impressive number. Some delided Intels with liquid cooling + liquid metal can already achieve stable 5.4 - 5.5GHz.
     
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    I guess it is how you look at it. If you are comparing to Intel then yeah its pretty bland. It is pretty impressive to get Ryzen up that high. That gloflo process they are using was never made for high frequencies and starts to eat power like mad as you push it.
     
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    Speaks more about difference in quality of lithography. At this moment in time, AMD has CPU design superior to intel. But intel still holds clock crown due to better lithography.

    Intel is well aware of this and since it has been announced that Zen2 may reach 5GHz too, I am pretty sure that intel's techs are working overtime on real innovation.
    We may see notable improvements in next 1~2 years on both sides.
     
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    Didn't the 1800X on LN also reach 5.8GHz? I'm not sure if that was all cores, but it seems the maximum OC potential of these chips aren't really a whole lot better than the first generation. But, note I said maximum potential - I'm aware the overall potential is improved, hence the XFR speeds already being higher than what most people can OC to on 1st-gen parts.
     
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    Indeed
    http://www.guru3d.com/news-story/ry...ks-cinebench-r15-world-record-at-5-36ghz.html

    Still happy to see they have made improvements in other areas though.
     

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    And breaking NDA in the process. No reviews or benches of any kind are supposed to be released until the 19th
     
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    Not sure what the big deal is? I get 5.0ghz on air on an 8600
     
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    That's assuming AMD gave these CPUs are review samples. So, there's a good chance this person isn't breaking an NDA, seeing as he/she probably never got one. It isn't that unheard of for people to get their hands on hardware that isn't supposed to be on shelves yet. Doing a quick google search, TSAIK is just a hardware enthusiast.
     
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    Zen+ is not under NDA and been in retail for weeks already. That's a reason why they announced it much earlier of planned April 19.
     
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    That's just a bunch of nonsense right there.

    Zen+ is under NDA till its official release date of April 19th, 2018.

    The fact that some retailers are deciding to release early against AMDs release date doesn't change anything.

    There are ASPECTS, such as frequencies and etc. that are not NDA, since AMD has released that information. Anything OTHER then that information that AMD themselves have provided, such as reviews, overclockability, etc. is under NDA.

    Effectively, if what you're saying would actually be true: Then Guru3d, and most other review websites that are not shady and releasing "reviews" early, would have full reviews of these products out already, rather then waiting for the 19th.
     

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