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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 07-03-2019, 10:14 AM
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i suppose, specially if you don't wanna spend the hours needed to get truly peak & quality performance. They're great for Vclock OC'ers that like to pretend they're hardcore.

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Does anyone have statistics from SL for Ryzen 2000 series? Indications from reviews are that PBO isn't leaving much left on the table, if at all. This is probably going to be their worst lineup, in terms of head room, in terms of unicorn profits.

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No idea why anyone would bin 3000 Ryzen, even previous ones weren't worth it. They already perform quite peak performance out of the box with their auto OC unlike older Intel with static fixed table defined clocks and very varying silicon quality.
It's like binning 1000/2000 NV GPUs with their auto OC, they all do about the same clocks.

Guess Intel is putting SL "out of business" by not having anything worth buying.
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Does anyone have statistics from SL for Ryzen 2000 series? Indications from reviews are that PBO isn't leaving much left on the table, if at all. This is probably going to be their worst lineup, in terms of head room, in terms of unicorn profits.

Here you go, directly from them: https://siliconlottery.com/pages/statistics

They still don't have Coffee Lake refresh in there, namely the 9700K and 9900K (and now also the KF model). They do have the Skylake-X refresh in there though. It seems that they only update the tables when they stop selling a given product (they no longer sell Skylake-X refresh binned CPUs, for example, even though it's still the current HEDT lineup from Intel, most of the demand probably happened in the beginning).

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I wonder if they are going to make a tier every 50 mhz so that they can have 3 tiers.....4.3, 4.35 and 4.4



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I wonder if they are going to make a tier every 500 mhz so that they can have 3 tiers.....4.3, 4.35 and 4.4
You mean every 50MHz

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