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Speculation about future CPUs and GPUs based on patents, patches, leaks. rolleyes.gif

this guy can't confirm anything as i thought.
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Speculation about future CPUs and GPUs based on patents, patches, leaks. rolleyes.gif

this guy can't confirm anything as i thought.

Perfect name for this thread:


Speculation about Speculation
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Speculation about Speculation

Isn't that every rumors and unconfirmed articles thread...
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Speculation about future CPUs and GPUs based on patents, patches, leaks. rolleyes.gif

this guy can't confirm anything as i thought.

 

I have friends in the OC industry who would have seen a Zen sample or a board sample by now. None of them have said anything or confirmed if they've even seen something. Leaks would have been coming out from Chinese forums by the week if there was hardware out in the wild that could be benchmarked. 

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Speculation about future CPUs and GPUs based on patents, patches, leaks. rolleyes.gif

this guy can't confirm anything as i thought.

I made no claims about his reliability I was simply answering a question. But thankyou for giving me a heads up. thumb.gif
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The thing with Ashe's of the Singularity is that it does not scale well past 4 cores when using Hyper Threading. The engine scales well past 4 Physical cores but not well past 8 logical cores. This tells me that Ashe's of the Singularity was programmed to take advantage of up to 8 physical cores... anything more is a waste. Since the scores provided for Zen also encompass the CPU scores then we can extrapolate that the supposed AMD chip (if this test is valid) is capable of some damn impressive performance figures.



HT seems to give Intel Quad Core CPUs a 20% boost in AotS. Therefore we can somewhat extrapolate that the AMD CPU might be obtaining around or less than a 20% boost in performance attributable to its inclusion of HT.


So 58FPS minus 20% is around 46-47FPS. This means that clock for clock... this supposed ZEN chip is likely/possibly more powerful than the Haswell based Core i5 4670K.

This suggests it uses only 8 threads. I have posted an explanation elsewhere where I saw you post, so you have had a chance to read it with a degenerate response from one of the members for trying to explain something ive gone through your work to see duplicated concerning single threaded DX11 AMD drivers. If this is the case and it does only use 8 threads, a machine with 8 physical cores like zen or what appears you own wont be running its full potential in such an application if one does not force the game using process lasso onto purely physical cores and disabling the logical cores from playing any role in the apps operations. Instead they can run in the background and pick up the slack of the OS. As for the last sentence of your post, if its 8 threaded, unless the developers are coding specifically for hyperthreaded 8 core CPUs, I disagree. Most devs leave it up to microsofts insipid thread scheduler. Its why you can find so many instances of people disabling hyperthreading to get superior performance across numerous titles. The gain you are seeing is the efficiency per clock due to the memory bandwidth coupled with its architecture/IPC, would be my speculation. If its 8 threaded only, then zen is being gimped and comparing to a haswell is an unfair comparison without the proper software utilization. If I am correct, then you neednt cross out what you have. Its a safe bet zen is more powerful than haswell and almost certainly skylake as well if the application supports up to 16 threads, and this assumes the clockrate will jump to close to 4ghz or higher.
Edited by Lucifer1945 - 8/19/16 at 3:05am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdc07vLkKBk

@ 37:42-41:11

In case you missed my post. Video is outdated, performance increases are as such are significantly inferior. I saw you typed somewhere having windows 10 pro. How you liking that ram compression "System and compressed memory" service? -- thats now effectively impossible to disable or decompile........ Does a computer with QUAD CHANNEL DDR4 really need something like that........... lol.
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Zen 8/16 is minisculely faster than intel i7-6900K at 3.0GHz locked.

On the flip, I melted my Cutlass and bought a Terrapin so I'm ready for the rest of this thread.


Cannot wait to see the Naples benchmarks. 32/64 and 8 channel
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