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post #501 of 580
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Maybe we will get a 6950X equivalent for sub $800-1000, looks like the performance is probably about equal clock to clock.

Awesome, didn't realize AMD had a 10c/20t part in the works thumb.gif
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So AMD ZEN Pricing. Based on what you know right now.

250$ US or less, would you buy it? <---- This is where I stand.

300$ US or less, would you buy it?

500$ US or less, would you buy it?
post #503 of 580
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Originally Posted by ShrimpBrime View Post

So AMD ZEN Pricing. Based on what you know right now.

250$ US or less, would you buy it? <---- This is where I stand.

300$ US or less, would you buy it?

500$ US or less, would you buy it?

I would pay $500 and then celebrate, since 6900K costs over $1000.
post #504 of 580
a cpu is only as exciting as the platform it goes with.

but if zen comes with some enticing features on am4 then 500- us i'd buy it.

can't wait to see people suggesting a 6900k over this, if it is par with it.
Edited by Master__Shake - 8/28/16 at 5:28pm
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post #505 of 580
for the same performance it need to have -30% discount.

AMD hasnt been significantly better in price/performance for sometime already. It is usually only slightly better than their competitor.
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post #506 of 580
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I think I had figured that out wrong. Is it due to the 16B store per cycle headscratch.gif ? Because everything other than this "16B store" technically conform AVX parts to be executed in a single cycle. BD had two cores each with 128b FPU and each core had to do one 128b operation in a cycle and combining it as one was obviously 2 clocks one 256 bit operation. But this time with Zen it is not that old Module architecture. Why did AMD not go full 256 per cycle configuration even this time ? Even after 5 years since the introduction of practical AVX with Intel SB ? This doesn't make sense. redface.gif

Okay, I don't know you've perceived this or not by now or may be I am wrong, but I seriously think Intel somehow is barring AMD to use the same 4 x 64b AVX or 8 x 32 float/INT AVX2 configuration for FPU. May be I become overwhelmed about this but, anyway, I seriously think AMD has now completely lost the control of FP part of x86-64 in the market since the Intel introduced AVX. What do you think on this ?

Zen's need for two cycles for 256-bit instructions seems to simply be a cost/benefit decision on AMD's part. They have two 128-bit units in the FPU, but don't have a way to combine them, yet. They probably decided it cost too many transistors or had too much of a power impact for the performance it would provide. 256-bit AVX instructions are still pretty niche.

I highly doubt Intel is blocking anything and I'm pretty sure AVX/AVX2 and it's future iterations are covered by the cross-licencing agreement that AMD and Intel have had forever. Excavator and Zen both support AVX2, they just don't have as robust an implementation as Intel, yet.
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Awesome, didn't realize AMD had a 10c/20t part in the works thumb.gif

I doubt it. We haven't heard anything about a >2 CCX chip for AM4 thus far, so anything more than 8c/16t doesn't appear to be happening, at least initially. SP3 is getting 24c/48t and 32c/64t for sure, and there'll probably be smaller configs as well; but those are Opterons, so will likely have lower clocks and locked multis (and very steep price tags, for that matter).
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I would think that AVX2 in a single cycle should be one of the goals for Zen+ by using 2x 256Bit FMACs or the as some have talked about the possible ability to combine the Zen 2x128bit FMACs together to run a AVX2 in a single cycle. I would rather see 2x 256bit FMACs as I would think it would have much higher performance allowing AMD to keep up with Intel's Kabylake, Coffeelake, and Cannonlake. Speaking of intel's newer cores are they going to be enabling the 512Bit AVX instructions anytime soon?
Edited by Utroz - 8/28/16 at 6:51pm
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I doubt it. We haven't heard anything about a >2 CCX chip for AM4 thus far, so anything more than 8c/16t doesn't appear to be happening, at least initially. SP3 is getting 24c/48t and 32c/64t for sure, and there'll probably be smaller configs as well; but those are Opterons, so will likely have lower clocks and locked multis (and very steep price tags, for that matter).

So nothing to compete with the 6950X?
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post #510 of 580
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So nothing to compete with the 6950X?

what's the point?

i don't really think those 1700+ dollar cpus are flying off the shelf anyway.

besides, if zen is faster than a 4790k it's faster in gaming than a 6950x anyway.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/10337/the-intel-broadwell-e-review-core-i7-6950x-6900k-6850k-and-6800k-tested-up-to-10-cores/8
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