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Sixteen Core Ryzen 9 3000 Series Socket AM4 ES Sample at 4.2 GHz spotted?

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, May 9, 2019.

  1. Alessio1989

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    Are those rumours under the new porn censorship law in the UK?
     
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    Considering rules 34 and 35 of the internet, the answer to your question is a resounding "yes".
     
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    I think that is a bad idea... PS5 will be 8-core Zen2.
    Considering many PC games are just console ports, you are going to want just as many cores, plus some to handle the OS/background tasks IMO.
    This wasn't a big deal with PS4/Xbone because they both use the same very slow AMD Jaguar APUs. So even though they also had 8 total cores, they were very slow even when they came out.
    I would go with 12/24 to be future-proof.
     
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    Its not as much as comparing mhz to mhz directly, but using it as a scale to extrapolate future performance of Ryzen 3000. Take a current Ryzen, add maybe 5-10% IPC increase, and add 15-20% clock advantage, and you get a theoretical number (or well, a range of numbers).
    I can compare current Ryzen to my current CPU, as such I can determine which clock on Ryzen 3000 would equal a 10% single thread performance increase, or such.

    Ryzen 3000 also catches up on AVX/AVX2, so thats good.

    I use my system both for mild workstation tasks, hence wanting 12 cores, as well as gaming - so high single-threaded.

    Its really not that complicated math. Ultimately I'm of course going to read reviews and benchmarks quite thoroughly before buying anything (or not buying, if that may be the case).
     
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    This is looking more and more like a chip that will max out at 4.4 ghz, one or all core. No way, shape, or form do I expect any of them to clock near 5 ghz. I honestly hope i'm wrong.10% IPC looks nice but these leaks are quite the debbie downer.
     
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    @nevcairiel we agree actually a lot what it still remains still an unknown is the io die effect , improuve the latency between the chiplets comparing to the ccx's right now increase will there be a noticeable performance hit ? no ?
    @Mundosold aren't the leaked specs dictating 1.6ghz across all cores? while it is a huge improvement over ps4/ps4pro /xbone etc since we are talking about the same architecture cpu's less than 50% clock i do not worry about the pc 6 core parts not able to match the 8core consoles
     
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    From 100 fps to 102? At best ideal super cpu bound maybe 105 fps even on 144 hz a.sync monitor will anyone be able to tell?
     
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