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Kinda wished TR3 wasn't going to be delayed. That really irked me tbh. As it stands right now, I am not willing to jump back to the TR wagon.
TR3 wasnt going to be delayed, They probably see no need for 32C/64T atm to compete with TR2. Hence the chiplet they were saving for TR3 might transfer to AM4 to suit the demand.


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TR3 wasnt going to be delayed, They probably see no need for 32C/64T atm to compete with TR2. Hence the chiplet they were saving for TR3 might transfer to AM4 to suit the demand.
I don't care much for the core count past 32. I care more about have 8 sticks of ram not running at a lower than rated speed and higher clock speeds. All of the things that ryzen 3000 series is suppose to bring.
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I keep on hearing that TR3 will eventually come to market, including a 32c with 'monolithic' RAM. AMD however may want to see what the new Intel HEDT line will bring to the table, and probably move TR3 upmarket a bit more... and the 3900X and 3950X are opening important segments and price points already, anyhow.

There's also the fact that between 8c and 16c Ryzen 3k and the lucrative $erver-chip market (7nm Epyc, facing increasing demand), a lot of binned 8c chiplets will already be spoken for. Still, like other posts above, I prefer / need at least quad channel RAM and more PCIe lanes than 3950X offers (ie. partial productivity work w/ extra raid cards, Intel network server cards etc)
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I don't care much for the core count past 32. I care more about have 8 sticks of ram not running at a lower than rated speed and higher clock speeds. All of the things that ryzen 3000 series is suppose to bring.
I thought there were demo about RAM running at 5GHz for DDR4 on Ryzen 2? I bet Ryzen 2 can easily go beyond 4000MHz this time.

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I have some workloads that will utilize all of the threads, but it's only once every couple of months. Beyond that, I'm with you. Turn off SMT and see how far we can push those 12 cores.

I'm really excited!!!
Yeah I'm not even sure I'll need to overclock it. I've heard that AMD's XMP(?) (automatic profiles) work really really well and you'd be hard pressed to find a better manual overclock, but then again I'm turning off SMT so the profile might not take that into account? No prior experience with AMD here

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Yeah I'm not even sure I'll need to overclock it. I've heard that AMD's XMP(?) (automatic profiles) work really really well and you'd be hard pressed to find a better manual overclock, but then again I'm turning off SMT so the profile might not take that into account? No prior experience with AMD here
On Intel if you disable HT you can easy get 200Mhz more out of the cores. Maybe its the same thing with AMD and SMT
Maybe a golden hip withouth SMT can scratch the golden 5Ghz with a good cooling.

Cant wait to get my fingers on the new hardware

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On Intel if you disable HT you can easy get 200Mhz more out of the cores. Maybe its the same thing with AMD and SMT
Maybe a golden hip withouth SMT can scratch the golden 5Ghz with a good cooling.

Cant wait to get my fingers on the new hardware
That would be cool! I bought an intel extended warranty for my i5 because I was worrying about bricking it. Does AMD have a similar thing?

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I was originally only planning on getting an 8C 3000 series chip, and seeing how high I could overclock it (Also because of it only having a single chiplet, which in theory should improve the memory latency)...but due to it looking like the higher end SKU's have the best binned chiplets reserved for them, I'll probably have to fork out for a 3950X and disable HT now.

I wonder if Silicon lottery will stock some decent 3800X's...
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I don't get the point of liquid nitrogen... It's not worth the cost and most of us wouldn't be regularly using it to run our PC's.
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That would be cool! I bought an intel extended warranty for my i5 because I was worrying about bricking it. Does AMD have a similar thing?
so far as i know amd dont has this cpu replacment plan thing. Only the normal warrenty

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