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When will it be available in India? Will it be good for PS4 generation?
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Originally Posted by maarten12100 View Post

If 4 jaguar cores can be made to scale up to 4,5GHz it may actually compete with the i5 at 2GHz or with any i3

Pssh. Give me an AM3-sized socket amd eight cores. Actually, these would make pretty good server chips. Low clocks, pretty good efficiency and power, and lots of cores. Remember, Opterons and Xeons don't really need high clockspeeds, so these would be perfect cores for that purpose.

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I see you have no experience with playing with PCIe or SATA clocks.

How did you know? upsidedwnsmiley.gif
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I've made that mistake before. You know how when you overclock data gets corrupted and then you crash? Well PCIe (if your SATA controller is on PCIe) or SATA overclocking does just that! It takes the data that's being ready to be read or written to disk and garbles it up! I lost a ton of data, pretty much everything I wrote to my hard disks that day...

Huh. That sound like a bad thing. Interesting, the instability from too high a bclk implies AMD didn't disconnect them.
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But that would be redundent because AMD already have FX4300 for that job. IPC haven't increased by that much for jags and SR.
Jaguar has the benefit of not having the module arch while a single jaguar core is weaker than a sr module at the same frequency it would be faster than a single core in that module.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/7933/the-desktop-kabini-review-part-1-athlon-5350-am1/4

The increase from 2 to 4,5 could double the perf if there are no other bottlenecks really interfering. It would put a chip that costs next to nothing to produce into i3/i5 territory.

I5 like perf for cheap would be an amazing addone to amd's portfolio. Making it a dgpu chip trading the gpu for 2 extra jaguars and outfitting each core with 1,5 (3 shared) MB. Or if possible with extra logic.

I can't wait for puma however I fear that the reduced power will make tge ocing lower as we've seen with kaveri
Edited by maarten12100 - 4/23/14 at 6:28am
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Originally Posted by sepiashimmer View Post

When will it be available in India? Will it be good for PS4 generation?
If you OC to 2,6 and add a dgpu I think you'll get a good experience even in dx 11 and older games.
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But that would be redundent because AMD already have FX4300 for that job. IPC haven't increased by that much for jags and SR.
Jaguar has the benefit of not having the module arch while a single jaguar core is weaker than a sr module at the same frequency it would be faster than a single core in that module.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/7933/the-desktop-kabini-review-part-1-athlon-5350-am1/4

The increase from 2 to 4,5 could double the perf if there are no other bottlenecks really interfering. It would put a chip that costs next to nothing to produce into i3/i5 territory.

I5 like perf for cheap would be an amazing addone to amd's portfolio. Making it a dgpu chip trading the gpu for 2 extra jaguars and outfitting each core with 1,5 (3 shared) MB. Or if possible with extra logic.

I can't wait for puma however I fear that the reduced power will make tge ocing lower as we've seen with kaveri

Jaguar CPU core on 28nm TSMC is only 3.1mm^2.

Here is the massive amount of die space Jaguar cores take up:

The overall die size is about 110mm^2.
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Jaguar CPU core on 28nm TSMC is only 3.1mm^2.

Here is the massive amount of die space Jaguar cores take up:

The overall die size is about 110mm^2.
So what is the gray big area on the left as suspected the cache is big.
Still if they can push 100 dollar a8-7600's with a profit the can certainly sell kabinis for under half the price. These small cores pack a punch really.
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I'm pretty sure that the current motherboard selection is the largest limiting factor for these APUs, assuming this score is legit(I honestly don't know).

http://hwbot.org/submission/2536243_toyone_cpu_frequency_athlon_5350_3156.84_mhz

We need a 4 phase motherboard for these chips to see what they can really do, lol.

*edit* yeah, pretty sure it's legit lol.


Edited by Alanim - 4/23/14 at 3:34pm
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Everything people whine about with FX (low IPC, high power consumption) doesn't exist with Jaguar.
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But that would be redundent because AMD already have FX4300 for that job. IPC haven't increased by that much for jags and SR.

ITT: People think Jaguar has better IPC than Piledriver (and maybe even Steamroller).

Protip: it does not (especially vs Steamroller)
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Bomb shell; Jaguar has the same IPC as with the current Steamroller implementation in KV-A1.
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Bomb shell; Jaguar has the same IPC as with the current Steamroller implementation in KV-A1.

...and yet Jaguar is absolutely trashed by Steamroller in IPC for processor simulation & emulation, which is one of the few things that really shows Haswell's benefit over Ivy Bridge.
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