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post #21 of 667 (permalink) Old 05-27-2019, 12:12 PM - Thread Starter
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For my PC will be 3700X or 3800X right choice and for benchtable Ryzen 9 3900X

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Quote: Originally Posted by deepor View Post
I would assume it's the same hardware design, it's just the turbo clocks set up differently for the default BIOS settings. The 105W model will keep the clock higher when all cores are in use.
It's probably a higher power limit for the Ryzen 7 3800X and silicon likely binned for lower power on the 65W model rather than higher clocks.

The claim is +32% over Ryzen 7 1800X in CB R20 1T to the Ryzen 9 3900X (4.6Ghz boost) which is rather large.



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That board will probably cost more than the chip. Yuck. Asus sells too many boards. If you are going to spend the money for Asus, at least get a TUF series board for the reliability and 5-year warranty.

It will be interesting to see overclockability. Perhaps the 65W will limit the chip and is a way to get people to pay for the faster chip.

Either way, I couldn’t imagine not spending the extra $100 to go right to the 3900X... and for how long a desktop can last it is obviously the best choice for anyone building a new system.
Or you could just not buy ASUS and get something as cheap as the X570 TUF board from another vendor (Asrock/Gigabyte/MSI X570) that is better in every way (IO, power, features, aesthetic vs TUF and STRIX).

The TUF lineup is no longer a good lineup, it's literally their lowest end board besides the -K boards and the ASUS no name ones. If you look at z390 and Nvidia GPUs for example it's ROG Crosshair/Maximus > STRIX > PRIME/Dual > TUF


Update: the article over on https://edgeup.asus.com/2019/the-x57...express-4-0/2/ suggests it's 12 powerstages but I'll believe it when actual reviewers look at it

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I'm waiting till I get some benchmarks for the likes of Gamers Nexus or other third party sites before I hop on the hype train but I do want these to be good. With the issues Intel has been having with things like Specter and Spoiler my confidence in Intel is just not great. I realize me being effected by these issues is really slim but the performance hits from the "fixes" is something I'm just not ok with. I love the performance of my 8700k but I'll gladly sell it for some peace of mind

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No word on the G variants with integrated GPU?

Edit: AMD has the new processors live on their official website -

Ryzen 9 3900x - https://www.amd.com/en/product/8436

Ryzen 7 3800x - https://www.amd.com/en/product/8441

Ryzen 7 3700x https://www.amd.com/en/product/8446

Ryzen 5 3600 - https://www.amd.com/en/product/8456



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I'm going to buy on 7th July (or 8th as 7th is a Monday).

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That board will probably cost more than the chip. Yuck. Asus sells too many boards. If you are going to spend the money for Asus, at least get a TUF series board for the reliability and 5-year warranty.
THe legendary TUF series boards like the Sabertooth 990FX R2 are long gone. The TUF branded boards of today are garbage.

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How would X370 boards like the Crosshair VI Hero cope with the 3800X and 3900X? Will there be official support for the 3900X or would I have to upgrade to an X570 board?

Money's been tight so I can afford only the 3900X on X370 or else I would have to drop down to the 3700X or even the 3600X if I have to upgrade to X570, depending on pricing.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Malkorath View Post
How would X370 boards like the Crosshair VI Hero cope with the 3800X and 3900X? Will there be official support for the 3900X or would I have to upgrade to an X570 board?

Money's been tight so I can afford only the 3900X on X370 or else I would have to drop down to the 3700X or even the 3600X if I have to upgrade to X570, depending on pricing.

your mobo will be more than enough for a new 8 core.

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