Ryzen 7 2700X Proc Spotted - 300 MHz extra on Clocks Frequencies

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Ill be upgrading my 1700X to this one or the new 2800X i realy need a bit more core speed , iam currently running my cpu @ 3975mhz if these manage to get all cores at 4400 it will truly be a beast for gaming and probably on par with the 8700k for gaming .
     
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    That's looking great if true.

    Will certainly be looking out for a 2600... that'll be sweet value.
     
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    yea, that +5/10% performance will make it a "beast". Right.
     

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    You speak as a intel fanboy, only they are expecting 5-10% improvements every 6-8 months with a new socket/chipset/motherboard!

    That 4.1 Ghz it's at least 15-20 % improvement over the 1000 series. ;)


     
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    Kind of underwhelming.. I was hoping for a 4.2/.3 boost and hopeful ability to take it .4/.5 clocking. I doubt the headroom for ocing will increase. Gonna wait for Zen 2 - unless of course this information is inaccurate.
     
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    Zen+ is more of a fine tuning for Zen2 I think. I will be interested most in seeing the efficiency numbers compared to Zen. I will be waiting for Zen 2 regardless, if not Zen3. I am pretty happy right now.
     
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    Looks good! The previous leak (forgot about which processor / from where) also hinted at some IPC improvement even if you factor out clockspeed.

    Combined looks solid. Maybe not warranting an immediate upgrade if you already have 1000 series CPU but promising nonetheless.

    Though I might get one anyway, just to:

    - support AMD / Ryzen in general
    - support a company that retains CPU socket / chipset compatibility over generations
    - support a company that uses reasonable pricing

    EDIT:
    - support a company that uses soldered heatspreaders in entire product lineup (Ryzen, Epyc, Threadripper)
     
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    I said it would be 400mhz increase max, I wasn't far.
    As for performance, the IPC improved slightly and the clocks too, so we should see the expected improvement from a refinement.
    Hopefully this time AMD can manage a launch without memory issues.
     
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    Oh yeah that's a good question. Especially as faster supported memory could push the performance a notch further still.

    Though given Ryzen is pretty stable with memory support up to 3466 speed atm, I don't see why this would become an issue.
     

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    2700X @ 4.2Ghz (It's XFR or Turbo?)
    2800X @ 4.3-4 ??

    Looks great. :D
     
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    Probably saving higher frequencies for 2800X.
     
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    Can't wait for those 8 cores @ 4300 or more !
    (Wanted Threadripper but I feel like I won't be able to use it properly... so scaling down)

    My current Intel cpu (Broadwell-E 6800K) is only stable at 4.1 without going overboard with voltage and heat, and even so it was somewhat disappointing (not much better than the Ivy Bridge before it).

    Perhaps 2018 is the real year of the upgrade !
     
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    If it were the 2800x, i'd agree with your statement (specifically about doubting the increase in headroom of OCing), but since it's the 2700x, i'm not sure how your statement makes sense.

    If the "increase" is the same across the bored, then boost will be somewhere around 4.4-4.5Ghz on the 2800x (depending on the max boost here if its talking about XFR or not)

    And if it's the same increase across the board, that'd mean the 2800x would be:

    2800x 8c16t 3.9Ghz/4.4-4.5Ghz Boost

    And it wouldn't surprise me if they simple decided to go with 4Ghz as the base.

    If the OC headroom becomes 4.4-4.6Ghz as the "easy" mark vs the 4.1Ghz that it is currently, that's a 7-12% increase in OC capability, and from such minor changes from Zen to Zen+, since this isn't Zen2, i'm not sure what (if these numbers are true) is disappointing. But ofcourse, again, if these numbers hold true.
     
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    I honestly completely forgot the 1800x exists.. I've recommend the 1700x so much. My bad.. lol
     
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    Memory support is hit or miss unless u buy specific kits that in my experience have a hefty premium over the others. Maybe this is just me but I had 3200mhz stable and after about a month of running computer became unstable for what seemed like no reason and I noticed it was doing the repetitive boots as if memory was unstable so now it only runs at 3066mhz.
     
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    lol nice
     
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    4.1GHz Turbo on 2700X is great. Because there is likely to be 2800 and 2800X and that requires clock uplift. And 2700X may reach similar clock as 2800X.
    And since this IS Zen+, Fixes are in place, improved IMC and CCX latency, ...
    Clock by 8% up, memory performance 4% up, architecture fixes/tweaks 4% up => ~17% up from 1700x

    Edit: I see Ninjas.
     
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    Does that mean the 2800x could potentially have a turbo of 4.4ghz? Sounds pretty great to me.
     
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    Unsubstantiated rumor is often either grossly exaggerated or else underwhelming...;) Wouldn't worry too much about any of it until you see actual official announcements.
     

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