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For those that missed it, I made a translation of the article, it's post #92, here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1619110/cpc-first-unofficial-ryzen-benchmarks/90_30#post_25730623
 
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Here's the translation (converting French expressions to English as well):
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The Zen architecture allows AMD a serious return onto the CPU market, including a return to the high performance segment which AMD seemed to have abandoned a long time ago. Intel therefore risks suffering a violent market backlash, the consequences of which are well deserved after years of arrogant laziness ( a Core i7 6950X at 1,900 Euros is a perfect example of this). If we hope for a return to real competition on the CPU market, everything is not yet won for AMD. While it is true that the octo-core model seems to perform very well, the maker has to immediately finalize the specs of the various quad-core RyZen models and ensure that they're equipped with clock-speeds which are much higher than the prototype we tested today: see 3.8GHz, 4GHz or even 4.2GHz seems to us to be the minimum needed to compete with Intel's latest Kaby Lake architecture. Finally, there remains an unknown as to the various models and prices. If certain rumors speak of low prices, we are not convinced that AMD would sell its CPU's for such a low price when they finally have an occasion to catch up to years of economic losses.
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Originally Posted by Mahigan View Post

Here's the translation (converting French expressions to English as well):
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The Zen architecture allows AMD a serious return onto the CPU market, including a return to the high performance segment which AMD seemed to have abandoned a long time ago. Intel therefore risks suffering a violent market backlash, the consequences of which are well deserved after years of arrogant laziness ( a Core i7 6950X at 1,900 Euros is a perfect example of this). If we hope for a return to real competition on the CPU market, everything is not yet won for AMD. While it is true that the octo-core model seems to perform very well, the maker has to immediately finalize the specs of the various quad-core RyZen models and ensure that they're equipped with clock-speeds which are much higher than the prototype we tested today: see 3.8GHz, 4GHz or even 4.2GHz seems to us to be the minimum needed to compete with Intel's latest Kaby Lake architecture. Finally, there remains an unknown as to the various models and prices. If certain rumors speak of low prices, we are not convinced that AMD would sell its CPU's for such a low price when they finally have an occasion to catch up to years of economic losses.

That's the last paragraph only though. Also, "devrait permettre" in the first sentence translates to "should allow", rather than "allows", which makes sense given the context of this preview. The "violent market backlash" on the other hand is probably where I had the most difficulty with, I just translated it with "setback" because the rest of the sentence makes it clearer, but I guess we end up in the same place overall.
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You're both pretty! :D
 
Seriously though, thank you to both of you for the translations.
 
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Your argument is something that a minuscule number of people (Us) are impacted by.

Even when OCing was ruled out, I generally put i5s in budget gaming builds because it was necessary to have more lightly threaded performance than an FX could provide in a ~$900 dollar system budget when I was spending 500 of that on video card.
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The processors are cheaper, the motherboards were cheaper, and they performed to a point that you wouldn't know what was what in a blind test.

You could get more aggregate CPU performance per dollar on an FX CPU, sure. However, when it was even possible to do so, getting more lightly-threaded performance cost at least as much.

I had no issues using sub-60 dollar motherboards for mainstream Intel processors, because even the cheapest VRM made was overkill for any near-stock 1155/1150/1151 CPU. Pairing a 60 dollar board with an eight-core FX is asking for trouble. I could swing it with a hex core, but I couldn't OC the hex core on that board to match an i5 in lightly threaded tasks.

Plenty of games ran noticeably better on say an i5-3570, or even an i3, than an FX-8350 when paired with a high-end GPU for the time (something like a GTX 780).

Only with more games, and more prominent games, becoming well threaded has this trend really begun to change...and there are still more games that will run poorly on eight weak cores than four strong ones.
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you have a system with a CPU that pushes 62 fps to the left and one that pushes 47 fps to the right. In a blind test they feel the same.

I get what you're saying in your post, but 47 vs. 62 is a huge and blatantly obvious difference. You don't increase your frame rate by ~30% and not notice it unless you aren't paying attention or are already getting absurdly high frame rates.
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During gaming i don't see why the 6900k's cores wouldn't be running at 3.7+ (in some reviews I remember seeing cores hit 4.0). Vs the gimped 8 core Ryzen @ ~3.3, lets also not forget the 6900k costs $1100+.

Going to depend on the game and the system setup.

If you have the Turbo Boost 3.0 driver installed, the 6900K can push it's best core to 4GHz. X3 and ARMA were probably at 3.7GHz+ the entire time, but the better threaded games like BF4 would likely have been around 3.4-3.5GHz.
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You're both pretty! biggrin.gif

Seriously though, thank you to both of you for the translations.

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You know, ahem... OCN isn't only about Mhz bragging, it's also overclock-my-French.n'est-ce pas? biggrin.gif

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I get what you're saying in your post, but 47 vs. 62 is a huge and blatantly obvious difference. You don't increase your frame rate by ~30% and not notice it unless you aren't paying attention or are already getting absurdly high frame rates.

That part didn't translate very well into writing, I was being half playful there in order to reduce his argument to the absurd; I even changed the fps from 60 - 45 to 62 - 47 to align with one of the Anand benchmarks (the same article I linked to when talking about power consumption).

http://www.anandtech.com/show/4955/the-bulldozer-review-amd-fx8150-tested/8




Some of the other gaming benchmarks have an even larger percentage gap (with the 2600K being more than 50% faster) despite the fps numbers being higher for both, but I wanted to highlight a case where the Bulldozer CPU wasn't even able to crack 60 fps in order to make the question even more glaring as to why someone would chose one over the other.
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Very impressive showing for zen. Not a haswell killer but a ivy bridge killer and considering the likely price difference, this is huge for AMD. Hopefully this overclocks but for some reason I have my doubts for clocking.

What ?? According to the chart, its ipc is almost on par with Skylake.

If true, how come this is not a Haswell killer ?
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Read what I said again slowly.

Read my correction, I was referring to Haswell, obviously.
    
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What ?? According to the chart, its ipc is almost on par with Skylake.

If true, how come this is not a Haswell killer ?

Haswell and broadwell have nearly the same IPC and this seems more around that range. Maybe a touch less. This is beating ivybridge IPC, but you can't call this has haswell killer no matter what. Killer means faster normally, and significantly so.

Skylake isn't that impressive in normal reviews, but looking back and putting some real DDR4 in it that's 3000mhz plus, you have a 10 gain or so then what you see in the reviews.
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Haswell and broadwell have nearly the same IPC and this seems more around that range. Maybe a touch less. This is beating ivybridge IPC, but you can't call this has haswell killer no matter what. Killer means faster normally, and significantly so.

Skylake isn't that impressive in normal reviews, but looking back and putting some real DDR4 in it that's 3000mhz plus, you have a 10 gain or so then what you see in the reviews.

Hahahahhahaha, that is just your position on it.

Most would likely argue that anything matching the same performance at a considerably less cost of acquisition is a "Killer". Something consumers of all products have shown time and time again.

Further, even if these are real we are looking at an early engineering sample without proper drivers. So the fact an ES on engineering drivers is matching Intel's highest end is incredible.
    
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