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post #1 of 160 (permalink) Old 11-07-2019, 08:09 AM - Thread Starter
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[Anand]AMD's TR3 CPU for High-End Desktops: 24/32 cores for Above $1300/$1900

https://www.anandtech.com/show/15062...19-fall-update

AMD is not wanting to compete with Cascade Lake X...

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post #2 of 160 (permalink) Old 11-07-2019, 08:27 AM
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I do not know how I feel about the prices. I think they know how much TR sells and its most likely a product to "flex" then to sell in large numbers. The nice thing is that they don't really lose anything because if TR does not sell, they can use those chiplets for other CPUs.

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Quote: Originally Posted by dansi View Post
https://www.anandtech.com/show/15062...19-fall-update

AMD is not wanting to compete with Cascade Lake X...
Intel needs to compete with AMD this time around. Outside of lacking AVX512 (afaik) Cascade Lake cannot touch Threadripper 3000. Compared to Intel previously charging 2k for an 18c CPU, you're disappointed AMD is going to charge $1400 for a 24c/48t CPU that is superior?! AMD isn't here to give handout's.

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I was hoping we might see a 16 core TR, but I guess that is still a ways off. I'd really like to go Enthusiast platform this fall. I want some more cores and more PCIE lanes.



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The 3000 Threadripper series is effectively a workstation variant of the Eypc Rome series. Prices line up with Epyc P versions, but have higher core frequencies at the cost of memory channels and potentially pcie lanes. High productivity on heavy long term or repeated workloads. Maybe a home server for work loads.

Not sure why people would think that TR is going to the some amazing platform for playing a game or two, maybe a random video and stream. Its just not what they are meant for at this point. The 3900x and 3950X is well more than the normal user needs and will continue to be for 3+ years.
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Assuming it can actually maintain 4.5 ghz across all cores under water, if the memory can clock up there pretty quick, I may just upgrade to the 24-core TR over christmas time.


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IMO they will make EPYC compatible TR boards, WRX80 will support TR and EPYC since till this day they have no Workstation MB for EPYC- only server stuff.
Also look at those Base clocks! they are higher then Inte's i9 x299 all core clocks!, in theory they could offer similar gaming performance as 3700X/3900X.
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IMO they will make EPYC compatible TR boards, WRX80 will support TR and EPYC since till this day they have no Workstation MB for EPYC- only server stuff.
Also look at those Base clocks! they are higher then Inte's i9 x299 all core clocks!, in theory they could offer similar gaming performance as 3700X/3900X.
3950X looks to be the gaming chip with a 4.7 boost clock. Wonder if they will be able to hit 5.0 on single threaded applications consistently with a little bit of massaging.


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Quote: Originally Posted by dansi View Post
https://www.anandtech.com/show/15062...19-fall-update

AMD is not wanting to compete with Cascade Lake X...
Absolutely correct. Why would they drop the price to compete with an inferioror product?

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Hi,
Depends on definition of competing
Looks to me like amd has a lower per core pricing than Intel does but cascade lake has obviously not been released yet either
But at 18 core for 1k.$ not looking like a good average compared to amd's

But amd will have a 16 core 3950x for 750.us so that will be hard to beat.

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