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[G3D] Rumor: AMD Seeds Board partners Ryzen 3000 Samples - Runs 4.5 GHz and show 15% Extra IPC

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post #141 of 146 (permalink) Old 05-21-2019, 01:25 PM
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According to the video, 16c Zen2 @4.2 GHz gets ~4300pts in Cinebench R15, while the 2950x gets ~3300pts @4.1GHz. That's a ~30% IPC improvement... I'm a bit sceptical.
I believe in his video he stated by his math its a 12.5% IPC improvement in cinnebench.
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post #142 of 146 (permalink) Old 05-21-2019, 01:36 PM
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4300/3300=1.30 which is a 30% improvement. If the score is correct, Zen2 would have to be clocked at 4.8GHz on all cores for the stated 12-15% IPC improvement, not 4.2GHz.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Frosted racquet View Post
4300/3300=1.30 which is a 30% improvement. If the score is correct, Zen2 would have to be clocked at 4.8GHz on all cores for the stated 12-15% IPC improvement, not 4.2GHz.
Just going off what he stated and his mathematical breakdown.
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I know Just saying the math doesn't add up.

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Yeah 4278 edges out 18 core [email protected] = 4126

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4278 pts in CB R15 with 16C Ryzen 3000 = ~9.35 sec to complete the render, maybe Fast Ram plays big role too since each 0.1 sec is ~36 pts.
Massive improvement over TR [email protected] that needs ~12.0 Sec to complete the render (~3300 pts).
looks like ~20% IPC improvement + Better Ram speeds, looks too good to be true I agree.
If that true then AMD just killed all Intel's HEDT line, since with AIO and water cooling they will OC higher then maybe score near 5000pts- it's crazy!.
You can say they will kill TR lineup too but since the small AM4 will be cheaper to manufacture with better margins then they have with 2950X- I see no problem, Also TR still gonna have more PCI lanes and other benefits with 2990WX and such until next TR 3000

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