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GPU acceleration is what i believe hes trying to talking about.

Though I would love for video editing software to scale up for more cores its not like we havent had many core systems for a while
    
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stop trying to be difficult you know exactly what I'm talking about. you said other uses than games. I gave you ANOTHER usage other than games... good grief
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Still no match for the 7700 in gaming

Your definition of "no match" is quite different from mine. To me, no match means can't compete. A ~10% difference is definitely competitive ...especially when the 7700 is 60% more money.
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Only this time, more competitive cores
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When I build a server to handle my loads I know what Ill be getting.

I want to capture two different 1080p60 sources and the Ryzen arch can do that much cheaper than intel, well we shall see how pricing lands here in Korea; HQ of nvidia.
    
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Still no match for the 7700 in gaming

According to TPU the 1500X is 90% of a stock 7700K in games for 55% of the price. There's still an argument for the 7700K is you absolutely have to have the best gaming CPU today, but spending that extra 160 on a higher tier GPU is going to make a bigger difference overall. Like much bigger.

The 1600X is going to have that extra comfort of having the extra threads left over for tomorrow and still be a 100 cheaper for 95% of the average performance.

A slightly less flattering gaming review from TR here, 99th percentiles not looking as good as the 7700K on Ryzen at times. 1600X though almost identical in performance to the 1800X, the games tested here not using those 8/16 threads enough for them to really matter yet.

http://techreport.com/discussion/31724/amd-ryzen-5-1600x-and-ryzen-5-1500x-cpus-reviewed-part-one#metal
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We're hard at work finishing up our non-gaming testing on this Ryzen 5 duo, but for now, the Ryzen 5 1600X seems like the Ryzen chip to get if you're a gamer. Its high clock speeds and generous thermal envelope let it deliver gaming performance on par with that of the $500 Ryzen 7 1800X, and its six fast cores and 12 threads should let it offer plenty of performance in non-gaming tasks. If the 1600X delivers on its considerable potential in our productivity testing, it might even topple the Core i5-7600K as our Sweet Spot CPU recommendation in our System Guide. Stay tuned.

Well played AMD.
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Your definition of "no match" is quite different from mine. To me, no match means can't compete. A ~10% difference is definitely competitive ...especially when the 7700 is 60% more money.
Precisely this.

I'm getting tired of the hyperbole. It's really silly.
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ROTR 1% minimum frames lol

And another LOL at TPUs negatives.

  1. Gaming frame-rates lower than competing Intel chips
  2. High power draw
  3. Memory frequency options and memory compatibility limited
  4. Setup complicated (memory, HPET, CCX, SMT, and power profile)
  5. Overclocking barely worth it
  6. Requires optimized apps of which there are not many
  7. Lacks integrated graphics

  1. Ok lets show the FPS/price ratio at least? Or overall performance vs price.
  2. Really? 6800K 6850K consume less than Ryzen 6 cores? Total system power consumption is around 6% higher for Ryzen 4 cores that are a cut down 8 core chip not a 4 core die, big deal TPU?
  3. because motherboard manufacturers not a CPU issue
  4. complicated? same as Intel, Intel has HPET, SMT(HT), power profile settings all the same as AMD CPUs, users don't need to bother with CCX one bit, not one bit
  5. OC is always a lottery, at least users get the max when they buy the CPUs and don't need to OC
  6. it doesn't, it requires developers not to do crazy Intel specific hacks and optimizations that do not play well with anything but specific Intel chips
  7. that's an advantage, less cost is wasted on something many won't use, who wants an APU buys an APU

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Ryzen is still working better with AMD GPUs? I thought that would have been fixed by now?
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