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If the 8 core Zen can beat my OC 4930K then I will absolutely have found my new platform moving forward. Wonder what the chances of that happening actually are?

Seems like it would depends on how high they can get bring up the clock speed. Seems like AMD did what they could do with Zen as much as possible, but now we better hope GF 14nm can deliver.
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Without further details, we are limited in what we can come up. How many cores and threads are there?

Another big consideration is that release silicon often has a bump up in clocks compared to engineering samples. Will Zen? By how much is a big question too.

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Recently I have noticed that many people in the PC Gaming/Tech community seem to lack good long term thinking capabilities or empathy. Which saddens me as it affects our art form as well.

That is how that thinking exists. Without AMD doing well, we the consumers wont get good products. It is that simple. Not an if scenario, but a fact. And our wallets would be under assault even more viciously.

It is not the AMD or Intel engineer that will have any problems (those people wont have problems with well payed jobs) but PC Gaming, us the consumers, technology that will suffer. Such is life though.

At least the drama is fun.

A very well earned rep.

I fear that on the CPU side, since the Core 2 Conroe days, AMD has been trying to play catch-up mode. This was due heavily due to AMD's own mismanagement, particularly under Hector Ruiz and his successors, but Intel's unethical behavior has also added to this. Compounding the problem, AMD seems to have lost a great deal of ground to Nvidia compared to its peak (arguably in recent times, that would be Cypress vs Fermi, although the ATI 9800 Pro days were an even bigger win). I just hope that they can catch up.

These seems to be this perverse pleasure from many, particular right now in GPUs that AMD being knocked out of the picture is somehow good. Compounding this is a rather bizarre Stockholm-like syndrome attacking people for calling out Nvidia for raising the price of both its mid-level offerings like the GTX 1080 and its flagship Titan X. Folks, if Intel and Nvidia gain total control, they will raise prices aggressively. That is a loss for us, unless you own stock of either company. It would take years for another company to rise and the barriers to entry might be so great that a permanent monopoly might be the status quo.

It's the consumer mentality at its worst. The optimal situation is when both sides are roughly at 50-50 marketshare and vying aggressively for consumer money.

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I'd be happy with the bit more than Ivy Bridge performance, because that would mean that AMD isn't entirely uncompetitive. Particularly depending on pricing, this thing will either be uncompetitive, or barely competitive with Intel's offerings. And that won't be enough to capture the larger market imo. Capturing AMD users moving to AMD is one thing, but getting Intel users (a much larger market) to move to AMD is another.

However, I wouldn't purchase it in the slightest if it is Ivy Bridge performance, or very close to it. Making a good CPU is one thing. Making a good CPU worth moving to is another thing. And if it doesn't support XPoint, I'm not moving to it in the slightest, because there is more to a computer than just the CPU. You have to think of the entire platform. I'm due to update my rig since I need more SATA3 ports (and want XPoint/NVMe support). And there are a lot of us on Sandy Bridge/Ivy that are in a similar situation. AMD needs to come up with a part that exceeds Intel or they really are only just going to maintain the status quo.

It really is a combination of everything. The performance and the price of the CPU certainly play a huge factor. Overclocked performance, of course, is what we consumers are after. Power consumption will play a huge role in how the Zen Opteron competes versus the Skylake Purley Xeons.

Other factors though are the platform, the cost of the platform, the motherboards, the RAM support, RAM overclocking, and so on. We will have to wait and see to be honest.

On the other hand, I think there is one matter - it could be big for APUs - for slightly worse CPU performance, you could get a much better GPU than Intel (at a given price), and a much better package overall. Again, price and features will dictate, not just raw single threaded performance.
Edited by CrazyElf - 8/10/16 at 8:39pm
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Same here. Can't wait to back to AMD. 8C/16T looks so good in paper but so did 8-Core FailDozer.
Faildozer is outperforming the i72600 at points now. AMD gave the developers paper they needed to fold it to create origami. It's unfortunately the same in the GPU sector paper monsters waiting to be utilized.
Edited by The-Beast - 8/10/16 at 8:40pm
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Faildozer is outperforming the i72600 at points now. AMD gave the developers paper they needed to fold it to create origami. It's unfortunately the same in the GPU sector paper monsters waiting to be utilized.

It's cant beat 2600K because 2600K can OC. Sometimes is not really good enough.
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Can anyone here post a 5960X/RX480 AoS bench for a comparison?

WCCF is comparing a 8C/16T Zen CPU to 4C Intel ones. That tells us almost nothing.
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7 frames behind a 4790 at a lower clock speed.

not bad.

in fact it's pretty awesome.

can't wait to see some more results.

could have my first amd build since 2009.

Wow that is so Q2 2014 and still cant beat it. baaasmiley.gif You cant spin that even with saying that.
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Can anyone here post a 5960X/RX480 AoS bench for a comparison?

WCCF is comparing a 8C/16T Zen CPU to 4C Intel ones. That tells us almost nothing.







First is most likely close to stock maybe mild OC, second is definitely after OC, and third is probably a much higher overclock (focusing on CPU score and CPU overclock ignoring possible GPU overclocks and scores).
Edited by BiG StroOnZ - 8/10/16 at 8:53pm
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Zen is starting to look very promising. I dont really care about performance as long as it's on par with Intel's i5/i7s, if that's the case i will be buying it for sure as I desperately want to ditch Intel and my H77 mobo. Unlike Intel, AMD doesn't reduce features to justify premium pricing (unlocked cpu,# of usb 3 and sata 3 ports, etc.) and worst of all they don't ditch sockets every year to force people to invest in the new ones if they want to make a mobo or cpu upgrade.
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Wouldnt it make more sense to leak a benchmark like this using starcraft or the like?
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Wow that is so Q2 2014 and still cant beat it. baaasmiley.gif You cant spin that even with saying that.

oh yes.

it's terrible that amd can't beat intels q2 2014 cpu.

from a couple of these benches

http://www.gamersnexus.net/hwreviews/2035-intel-skylake-i7-6700k-gaming-benchmarks-and-review/Page-2#!

looks like intel has some issues beating it too

edit: that is a k variant but the point still stands.

i guess we should all hate the 40 percent increase in performance from the amd chip though.
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