Watch the AMD CES 2019 Event & CEO Dr. Lisa Su Keynote Live Stream Here

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. HardwareCaps

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    Let's go, hopefully product announcements!
     
  3. ManofGod

    ManofGod Maha Guru

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    Ugh, wish they would start on time.
     
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    Did Jensen sent Lucky charm Jacket to Lisa?
     

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    Radeon 7 announced. 30% faster then vega 64 at the same power on 7nm. 16GB HBM 2 mem 1TB/sec.
     
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    RTX 2080 performance level. Likely Compute performance around 2080 Ti.

    Only question unanswered is price. It should be noted that Lisa said 60 CUs instead of 64 in Vega 64.
     
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    Yeah no matter how good it is if it's 1k i'm not interested.
     
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    price at $699. Not bad
    Only question remains at what power draw, judging by the 3 fan cooler on their reference card I guess it'll be on the high side.
     
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    Not really. 599 would be a good price but when I can pick up 2080 with RT technology for the same price then guess what will I choose?
     
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    Hello to Mars! How is the red planet doing? 699$ for RTX 2080? What?
     
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    2x 8-pin and Lisa mentioned same power draw as Vega. I guess Vega 64.
     
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    Pretty much no information or numbers on Zen 2. Disappointing.
     
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    Huh. I thought they were going to tell about Navi, not that rebaked Vega.
     
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    Seems like Vega 7nm refresh is what we are getting.....we are stuck with RTX and Vega.....
     
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    New Ryzen clocks all cores under full load to 4.4GHz instead of 4GHz. And matches 9900k in total performance. Not bad, not great. I hoped for those 12C/24T to have something to upgrade to. This 15% performance bump is not enough for me.

    As for Radeon 7. I did not want to buy Vega and that stands. I guess, I'll have to wait for Navi bit longer. (That's unless 7nm Vega fixed mishaps of Vega 64.)

    I/O Die on desktop chip is surprising a bit. What's more surprising is placement. Guys, Now we have to test all rotations of cooling solutions to find best one.
     

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    They did a Cinebench run i9 9900k stock vs the new 8 core Zen stock ( not final version ) . i9 9900k got 2040 points, Zen got 2057 points at 30% less power.
     
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    lol, yeah, the CPU core (the smaller chip) is located up in the corner there at the edge of the heatspreader, and that's where most of the heat is gonna be coming from, and also not the most heatpipe covered place of the total footprint!
     
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    1) Radeon VII on games i've played has done just as well as RTX 2080 ti.
    in real world conditions it is probably in-between 2080 and 2080ti.
    2) nothing is wrong with Vega cores and this is not rebaked in any sense. the power draw is way down, the clock speeds are almost 50% higher (1850MHz)
    this is far better than just a die shrink, it is 2nd generation AND a die shrink.
     
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    I'm curious about the layout though. It seems like they could fit another 7nm chiplet underneath. Not sure what that empty space is for otherwise.
     
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    Thinking about Ryzen again. They did show 8C/16T for reason. To have core count same on both systems. IT actually does not mean there may not be 12C/24T
    And because CPU core is offset, there can be 2nd one at other free corner.
     
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