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Zen was designed by Jesus who designed Athlon so Zen is Athlon , thus Athlon > than Intel offerings tongue.gif!

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Wait. It says raven ridge will be 4 core 8 thread? So competing with mainstream i7? So amd wont be competing with x99 tier cpus???
    
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I'm looking forward to what Zen can do, but I'm losing hope that it can deliver good single core performance relative on par with Intels offering for a competitive price.
Skylake-E should come out ~mid next year to, possibly with 8 cores. I don't think AMD can really live up to that.
The 2066 X series have up to 10 cores according to WCCF.


Well you can get a 10 core today. For 1700$.
I was more talking about an 8 core cpu that's affordable.
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I'm looking forward to what Zen can do, but I'm losing hope that it can deliver good single core performance relative on par with Intels offering for a competitive price.
Skylake-E should come out ~mid next year to, possibly with 8 cores. I don't think AMD can really live up to that.
The 2066 X series have up to 10 cores according to WCCF.


Well you can get a 10 core today. For 1700$.
I was more talking about an 8 core cpu that's affordable.

AMD has 8 core for 100$ for a long time wink.gif
Edited by Yttrium - 8/10/16 at 2:57am
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I'm looking forward to what Zen can do, but I'm losing hope that it can deliver good single core performance relative on par with Intels offering for a competitive price.
Skylake-E should come out ~mid next year to, possibly with 8 cores. I don't think AMD can really live up to that.
The 2066 X series have up to 10 cores according to WCCF.


Well you can get a 10 core today. For 1700$.
I was more talking about an 8 core cpu that's affordable.

AMD has 8 core 100$ for a long time wink.gif

I was talking about Intel, and you know that 8 core cpu from AMD for 100$ is trash.
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I was talking about Intel, and you know that 8 core cpu from AMD for 100$ is trash.
not really
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Oh come on AMD I was looking forward to Zen with year sozo.gif, want dem extra cores stupid Intel with there quad cores.

Is there a reason why Zen's been pushed to 2017? I thought it was meant to be launched with Vega for Battlefield 1 headscratch.gif.

Limited release in Q4 2016 and volume shipping in 2017 for desktop still may be the expectation http://www.overclock.net/t/1608237/wccftech-amd-roadmap-update-for-2016-2017#post_25422548 which is what has been the official line for a while now. http://www.tomshardware.com/news/amd-zen-launch-2016-2017,32314.html

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The expectation for Zen has been 1H 2017 for some time with AM4 motherboards and AM4 APUs based on Excavator some time this year. We were expecting 2016 at one point, but that was quite a while ago.

That is the opposite of what has been AMD is saying
Edited by ryan92084 - 8/10/16 at 6:32am
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I loled.

Thing is Athlon 64 never really beat Intel. It was better then Pentium 4, but at the time Intel had Dothan Core, and they even sold it in a desktop.



Pentium M name didn't convinced many, co the "Core" brand was born.
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That is the opposite of what has been AMD is saying

It was at one time and isn't now. I believe I said as much.
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Thing is Athlon 64 never really beat Intel. It was better then Pentium 4, but at the time Intel had Dothan Core, and they even sold it in a desktop.

Pentium M name didn't convinced many, co the "Core" brand was born.

To be accurate here, it's important to note that the Pentium 4 was introduced in 2000 and the Pentium M in 2003. There was certainly a time where Intel was fighting AMD's Athlon (pre-64) and trading blows using their Pentium 4. The Pentium M, however, was primarily a low-power part and wasn't positioned in their product stack as a direct desktop competitor to the AMD's Athlon 64 processors for years. I'd say it's fair to claim that there was a Pentium 4 vs Athlon 64 fight for two or three years. Saying that there was a Pentium M vs Athlon 64 fight outside of the mobile space because the Pentium M existed is not reflective of history as it unfolded.
Edited by Particle - 8/10/16 at 6:53am
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It was at one time and isn't now. I believe I said as much.
To be accurate here, it's important to note that the Pentium 4 was introduced in 2000 and the Pentium M in 2003. There was certainly a time where Intel was fighting AMD's Athlon (pre-64) and trading blows using their Pentium 4. The Pentium M, however, was primarily a low-power part and wasn't positioned in their product stack as a direct desktop competitor to the AMD's Athlon 64 processors for years. I'd say it's fair to claim that there was a Pentium 4 vs Athlon 64 fight for two or three years. Saying that there was a Pentium M vs Athlon 64 fight outside of the mobile space because the Pentium M existed is not reflective of history as it unfolded.

Core 2 was an evolution of Dothan. All i say is Intel had chip that IPC was similar to Athlon 64. Still it was only 32bit.
Edited by Pro3ootector - 8/10/16 at 7:08am
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