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ok plz do pros and cons of both
many companies lauch many products at teh same time
I can tell you 1 big event would sky rocket their stock
cheaper by far
plentiful reviews of using both and would be easier for exposure
if 1 product fails and other doesnt they are still in the iime light for awhile
I could go on

by the way I dont see their gpus failing at all considering many users by them for other means than gaming
and if cpus are on par with current intel or slightly less they will sell

Actually, launching all your products at once would most likely net you a lower stock price than if you kept delivering good products throughout the year. It looks more like "continued success" over "one and done".
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Actually, launching all your products at once would most likely net you a lower stock price than if you kept delivering good products throughout the year. It looks more like "continued success" over "one and done".

both methods work
but for a company that needs to gain some ground work in cpu and gpus atm its not going to hurt, thats up to the products they are launching
launching a product has its costs
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That's my question as well. Besides increased core count will it be worth replacing ivy bridge.

I'd say so. Sandy and Ivy platforms (not so much the CPU's) are really starting to show their age. I mean, you don't even have RGB's on your heatsinks.
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I'd say so. Sandy and Ivy platforms (not so much the CPU's) are really starting to show their age. I mean, you don't even have RGB's on your heatsinks.

I realize by now the chipset is in the stone age but in terms of raw performance for what i do..which is truthfully gaming, some light benching, and basic HTPC stuff. Would it be worth it? I wont lie i've wanted a nice hexa-core or Octo-core setup for sometime just because.

How far is Ivy Bridge behind skylake? 30% or so?
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I realize by now the chipset is in the stone age but in terms of raw performance for what i do..which is truthfully gaming, some light benching, and basic HTPC stuff. Would it be worth it? I wont lie i've wanted a nice hexa-core or Octo-core setup for sometime just because.

How far is Ivy Bridge behind skylake? 30% or so?

https://www.io-tech.fi/artikkelit/intel-core-i7-7700k-core-i5-7600k-kaby-lake/
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I realize by now the chipset is in the stone age but in terms of raw performance for what i do..which is truthfully gaming, some light benching, and basic HTPC stuff. Would it be worth it? I wont lie i've wanted a nice hexa-core or Octo-core setup for sometime just because.

How far is Ivy Bridge behind skylake? 30% or so?

Something in that range. Honestly upgrading to a higher number of cores doesn't seem to be really beneficial in anything other than doing some image editing and packing/unpacking large 7zip files. I went from a 4770k to 5930k so Haswell 4 core to Haswell 6 core. The extra PCIE lanes are nice though.

Although there do seem to be more multi-threaded pieces of software and games as of late and that trend should continue to do so. If you are planning on upgrading and sticking with it for the long term, an 8 core Ryzen may be the most cost effective thing to do or wait til Cannonlake which is when Intel is supposed to shift their mainstream chips to hex cores.
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Because intel has the 200 series, and 3 is better then 2!

Seriously, its all about the boxes. Consumers see 3 and think its better then 2.

Isn't it sad that this is plausible?
    
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Man, I'm pumped. Looking to build a new server for my home (storage, plex, various automations) and I'm looking at the AM4 platform for this. Hope this thing delivers.
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That's my question as well. Besides increased core count will it be worth replacing ivy bridge.

Yep, it will. I'll be replacing my Ivy Bridge E setup with Ryzen.
DDR4
Native M.2
USB 3.1

And yes I can get those new features now with an Intel build but I'm ready to support AMD again. It's been so long since they've given me reason to.
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28 Feb is the specific launch date wink.gif

mind showing proof of this date?
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