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post #1711 of 1890 (permalink) Old 05-11-2019, 02:37 AM
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In reality, I don't need anything better than this 2700x, I bough it just to finish my last ACAD program before finally retiring as my previous FX 8350 even at 4.9GHz was getting long in the teeth. Even my first 1600x beat it 3:0.
All this 2700x needs is higher frequency and better IPC and IMC and that would be 3600x. According to some benchmarks, my 2700x beats Intel's flagship 9900k up to 4.3GHz which is my best stable OC, another 500MHz and it would be absolute best buy.

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In reality, I don't need anything better than this 2700x, I bough it just to finish my last ACAD program before finally retiring as my previous FX 8350 even at 4.9GHz was getting long in the teeth. Even my first 1600x beat it 3:0.
All this 2700x needs is higher frequency and better IPC and IMC and that would be 3600x. According to some benchmarks, my 2700x beats Intel's flagship 9900k up to 4.3GHz which is my best stable OC, another 500MHz and it would be absolute best buy.
Indeed!

I think the 12 and 16 cores are there for AMD to continue differentiating itself from the competition. If those prices are real - they would be UNREAL. lol

But, I'll get the 12 core for sure.

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I'll see yet what pricing would look like but loosing up to 100 Euro in exchange to 3700x shouldn't make me problems.

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post #1714 of 1890 (permalink) Old 05-11-2019, 07:28 AM - Thread Starter
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I saw somewhere that I can't find right now that my motherboard (TUF B350 plus gaming) would support the new chips... the vrm on it is the same as the TUF x470 plus gaming (I had one of them too) heck even the bios features was the same... this B350 has some things that it shouldn't according to the naming... The VRM's aren't the greatest, but they can hold upwards of 140 watts with no overheating or throttling.... with PBO enabled it will hold 4.2ghz on all cores under most loads only dropping slightly when loaded with "punishment" loads like prime, line-pack, or similar.... The attached image is what PBO and a slight under volt netted me on my 2700x...


I say all that to lead to this... I think most decent B350 boards will be able to handle the 16 core part at stock or even a slight OC at least.... Most X370 boards should be fine and B450/X470's should fall very closely in line.... The real question is "what will the new boards allow that makes it worth the upgrade?", not so much "will my board be compatible?"... unless you have a very low end B350/X370/B450/X470 you should be fine at the very least at stock... and to be honest if you have such a board the 2700x would suffer now anyway.
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Are you guys and gals gonna use your 300 and 400 motherboards for the new Ryzen 3000 series cpus?

Thinking of getting a 12 core to replace the 2700 on the X470, the 2700 to replace the 1600 on the B350. Buy a cheap ram and motherboard for the 1600 for use as a server.

Wait and see which X570 will perform best.

I've seen some insane "leaks" and some pure crazy speculation regarding the Zen 2 processors. I really do hope that they have a 12 core 24 thread Ryzen 7 processor but some of the leaks out there, if true, would mean that not all Zen 2 processors would be supported by the current boards. I've seen leaks showing the new 3700X (12 core 24 thread) with 4.8Ghz base and over 5Ghz boost clock, and even more unbelievable a 16 core 32 thread processor with a leak of of the same clock speeds which to me is just too good to be true. While I do believe Zen 2 will bring big changes and a very stout performance boost, I can't believe that they would be able to hit those speeds on 12 and 16 cores. If AMD somehow was able to hit those clock speeds I don't believe that the current X470 boards would have capacity to fully support such a processor.


I'm really hoping that there is a Zen 2 12 core 24 thread processor that can hit a 5Ghz boost clock speed and possibly 4.6Ghz all core, however if AMD is able to pull it off I don't see it being fully supported on the current motherboards. I think that the previous AM4 boards will be able to fully support the new Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 3 processors, possibly have partial support (ie lower clock speeds) with the new Ryzen 7 and the only boards that would support a Ryzen 9 with 16 cores and 32 threads would be X570 (or maybe X590).

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R7 2700x and R3 1200.
Which one is which?
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R7 2700x and R3 1200.
Which one is which?
It's 1400 !!!!

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Quote: Originally Posted by cowboy44mag View Post
I've seen some insane "leaks" and some pure crazy speculation regarding the Zen 2 processors. I really do hope that they have a 12 core 24 thread Ryzen 7 processor but some of the leaks out there, if true, would mean that not all Zen 2 processors would be supported by the current boards. I've seen leaks showing the new 3700X (12 core 24 thread) with 4.8Ghz base and over 5Ghz boost clock, and even more unbelievable a 16 core 32 thread processor with a leak of of the same clock speeds which to me is just too good to be true. While I do believe Zen 2 will bring big changes and a very stout performance boost, I can't believe that they would be able to hit those speeds on 12 and 16 cores. If AMD somehow was able to hit those clock speeds I don't believe that the current X470 boards would have capacity to fully support such a processor.


I'm really hoping that there is a Zen 2 12 core 24 thread processor that can hit a 5Ghz boost clock speed and possibly 4.6Ghz all core, however if AMD is able to pull it off I don't see it being fully supported on the current motherboards. I think that the previous AM4 boards will be able to fully support the new Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 3 processors, possibly have partial support (ie lower clock speeds) with the new Ryzen 7 and the only boards that would support a Ryzen 9 with 16 cores and 32 threads would be X570 (or maybe X590).
Easy to get carried away by the hype train. Latest i saw the 16 core having similar base and boost clocks as the R7 2700X, which is still incredible. Incredible based on the rumored price. I would not dare OC a 12 core on my X470. I'd be happy to get 4.5GHz at stock clocks.

The other hype train we have not gone aboard are the next gaming laptops bearing Ryzen 3000 series. Paired with at least a 2060 or the next line of Navis. Can't wait.

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Hey y'all I just wanted to post some new findings I stumbled across this past weekend. I made a huge boo boo with my win 10 install and needed to do a clean install. So since I knew Win 10 1903 ISO can be had, I decided to install it clean since I already had to do this. Anyhow...as most are aware AMD CPU incur the AMD Penalty. This is highlighted best in Firestrike.

Well after installing Win 10 1903, drivers, etc and 3dmark..and setting my timings on my Vega 64< I was in for a shock with the Physics and Combined scores. It is looking like AMD CPU are now on parity or rather scoreing much more what they really should. I never saw this uplift reported anywhere as I kept up with changes to the insider edition changes. SO I think we will need a lot more testing across the board due to possible Windows 10 scheduling changes?
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I get better graphic scores in 1809 than in 1903.
This is in 1809.
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