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post #61 of 137 (permalink) Old 11-08-2019, 05:55 PM
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No one said WRX80 is multi-socket.

SP3 does not require a new socket. A major selling point of EPYC 2 is that it works in EPYC 1 motherboard;
Yes the socket is the same but it requires new revision of motherboard (maybe 1 or 2 here or there are compatible perhaps I have not looked at every single gen 1 system), it is same as 5600 intel processor line, our Dell servers required us to replace the motherboard to use the new CPUs even though everything was "the same". In our Sun multi socket systems to upgrade from 2 to 4-6 core AMD processors it required new CPU cards even though the "socket was the same". This is just tired marketing and means nothing in reality to actual hardware in my experience.

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I really can't say much other than, you won't be disappointed. I'm literally comparing CPU-Z and CB R20 against @J7SC 's right as I type this. I feel this is going to be a long wait until the 25th for me lol

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Amazed that people don't realise there is only one reason to set the price that high, the performance is there. Now if Intel manages to steal their thunder with the new coffee lake launch...they have room to manuever accordingly.

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Amazed that people don't realise there is only one reason to set the price that high, the performance is there. Now if Intel manages to steal their thunder with the new coffee lake launch...they have room to manuever accordingly.
Best thing is that AMD is known to drop prices like crazy within the first year.


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Best thing is that AMD is known to drop prices like crazy within the first year.
They also hinted during pcworld podcast that the 2xxx series threadripper parts would see a nice discount and continue to be produced.

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I'm guessing $3K.

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I just checked out the first official 'materials' on TRX40 mobos from Gigabyte, MSI, ASRock and Asus. The first three seem to all use the server-grade 16+3 Phases Infineon Digital VRM (70A to 90A power stages), while Asus uses their 'teamed phases' (need to learn more about that, and see head-to-head comparisons). It does seem that for most of the higher-end TRX40 mobos, the MSI X399 Creation served as 'inspiration'

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I really can't say much other than, you won't be disappointed. I'm literally comparing CPU-Z and CB R20 against @J7SC 's right as I type this. I feel this is going to be a long wait until the 25th for me lol

edit : gotta keep my mouth shut.
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What about light threaded work? Will we still be not dissapointed?

I am trying to figure out if I should dump money on x570 extreme and aim for 3950x or set sights at trx40 extreme and 3960x.

Mostly gaming here, but I do love my pci-e lanes
Threadripper is for playing cinebench 24/7

If it had low latency like x299 cpu's when overclocked ~50ns, we would have known already 🙂

Tr3 cpu's can't have lower latency than Ryzen gen 3, so....
If you feel like using it for Cinebench only, feel free to do so. Its a benchmark, not a 24/7 workload.
I need to spam the brown out of you with the AnandTech/Phoronix reviews when they come out, where kind of real life workloads are used.

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I'll just leave this here : https://valid.x86.fr/rnsg7f

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pss, don't bash before you see performance numbers.
Nice!
Also I see there is new AGESA 1.0.0.2 for the board[F3b] - what's new?
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What's odd is that seemed to be on a TRX40 board. Thought TRX40 wouldn't support the 48/64 cores, but who knows.

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They also hinted during pcworld podcast that the 2xxx series threadripper parts would see a nice discount and continue to be produced.
Supposedly TR80(W) is backward compatible with X299. Have to assume the 7nm chips will be in high demand with low availability.

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