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The 6c/12T Ryzen 1600 AF is a pretty good deal at $85...

Back on topic though - This looks pretty neat. Chiplets are a game changer for GPU tech. Looking forward to seeing what comes of this.

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Yes, technology gets cheaper. 7 years later a 6c/12t processor dropped to $250. Back in 2006 a dual core cost $354, a 6c/12t cost $600 from 2010-2013 then dropped to $390 with the release of the 3820k in 2014.
It was a 4c8t cpu, nice try.
It's called a mistype, 5820k. A 3820k was out in 2012.

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us...-3-60-ghz.html

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Yeah, the 3930 was the 6c part in that family it seems and intel listed it at 599
Yeah, and that was before 2014 too. The 2014 chip would have been the 6c12t Haswell E 5820k for $396box/ $389oem.
Thanks for pointing out the mistype.

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3820k was the smallest of the big boy chips. all the lanes, none of the extra cores.

i miss that SKU range.

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It's called a mistype, 5820k. A 3820k was out in 2012.

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us...-3-60-ghz.html
How dare you!!!

I didn't move past 4c/4t until my 8700k. I just need a new GPU.

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Its a benchmark thread...if you want pics go look on newegg. Thats what the cards look like. They didn't secretly send me orange ones.
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How dare you!!!

I didn't move past 4c/4t until my 8700k. I just need a new GPU.
I owned the Core i7 970, 3930k and 4930k then switched to a 6700K.

Back on topic, curious if that large GPU outperforms Habana's Gaudi training performance while using less power. I feel as though they're wasting their R&D budget when they could shift it over to their Habana products.

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A V100 at 250w with mixed precision delivers 1,551 images/second training throughput.

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2500K >>> 3930k>>> 4930k >>> 9700k >>>> ????

I'd like to hop on something like AMD's 4700 when it drops, but it sure seems like people have to troubleshoot out lots of little issues via bios tweaking on existing ryzen stuff.

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lol OH WOW only $600? 6/12 is the $200 minimum acceptable processor now.

You can literally buy a Ryzen 3600 for $166.99 on Newegg right now
You're talking about the biggest change in consumer silicon since the i7 branding was introduced.
Between Bulldozer and Ryzen practically nothing changed. Intel desperately needs competition to motivate them to do anything of significance.
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You're talking about the biggest change in consumer silicon since the i7 branding was introduced.
Between Bulldozer and Ryzen practically nothing changed. Intel desperately needs competition to motivate them to do anything of significance.
You forgot about the brief interlude with dual concurrent memory controllers with on package memory and then the reversion away from them (Haswell & Broadwell edram). Also they came out with Atom. And PHI.
And I believe Intel's R&D budget was larger than AMD's during this time period you mention, so it is not like they weren't trying. AMD is just rewarded because their chips were so hopeless they had to completely scrap them and start over. Unfortunately for Intel in this regard, their chips are still better at some things.

A lack of the results you desire isn't proof of not trying, there is ample evidence they spent more money on trying.

You would be more accurate if you stated that Intel didn't improve a lot in that timespan.

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I'm looking forward at the Compute tests on those things. I'm wondering how close to nVIDIA Intel will be able to get.

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3820k was the smallest of the big boy chips. all the lanes, none of the extra cores.

i miss that SKU range.
isn't it what 10900X is?
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