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post #11 of 27 (permalink) Old 05-28-2020, 09:04 AM
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This is interesting. I just wonder what the pricing will be considering the binning.

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This should be rumors as zero confirmation from AMD yet.

Basically as far as I have gathered is this is a WCCF tech rumours that spread like wildfire.
You really think a 300mhz boost is that hard to believe? I don't.

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This should be rumors as zero confirmation from AMD yet.

Basically as far as I have gathered is this is a WCCF tech rumours that spread like wildfire.
You really think a 300mhz boost is that hard to believe? I don't.
Never said it wasn't
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I am more concerned about the price of upcoming re-fresh.



If AMD will do the same trick as nVIDIA did.


and 3600XT will cost almost same as 3600 , but with more performance?


or 3600XT likely will cost$$ between 3600x and 3700x


so as 3800XT $$ between 3800x and 3900x


and 3900XT $$ between 3900X and 3950X?


What you guys think if I will pull the triger on 3900X right now?


Because prices here in Germany dropped from 530 eur to 409 eur.


Help me to end the pain of indeciion
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3900x is tempting right now but I'd at least wait for more info about the XT chips.

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Nice if true but why? Release 4000 instead no?

No idea where they are getting higher clocked chips now, or they simply collected enough of them by now to release them without the masses going "oh no it's out of stock all the time".
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Nice if true but why? Release 4000 instead no?

No idea where they are getting higher clocked chips now, or they simply collected enough of them by now to release them without the masses going "oh no it's out of stock all the time".
Clearly AMD has tricks up their sleeve. Not even that big of a bump, shouldn't be hard to believe.

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Nice if true but why? Release 4000 instead no?

No idea where they are getting higher clocked chips now, or they simply collected enough of them by now to release them without the masses going "oh no it's out of stock all the time".
Well we are still a ways away from the 4000 series release. If you have new chips being spit out of TSMC that are more capable than the original batch, why not make waves and release them as an upgraded part? It will allow them to lower the price on existing parts to move them, but still sell some improved parts for the original price.

If they don't have to sit still and let Intel have the limelight, then why would they. I think the real question is why not?

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If they don't have to sit still and let Intel have the limelight, then why would they. I think the real question is why not?
Yeah, AMD is clearly enjoying now doing to Intel what nvidia is doing to them on the GPU side lol. Immediately release something to get back on top.

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Hmmmfph they did make a 1600 af, maybe will see something dumped out to get rid of stock before rdna 2 releases q3 q4

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