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post #181 of 197 (permalink) Old 06-13-2019, 03:55 AM
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It appears the max boost stated on the box includes XFR boost. It could be attainable in many cores simultaneously depending on other constraints, but most likely on only a few at a time.

But this time PBO is officially supported and adds up to 200mhz on top of the XFR value, according to robert_AMD on reddit.
As it happens on X470, the PBO limiters are tunable.
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Yes, this is why I think it's tuned for better gaming performance since with 12C~16C the CPU utilization will stay well under 50%- so much higher boost clock with new PBO.
Also the new fixes for Win10 1903 update with faster clock ramping will help this.
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I'm not surprised it's priced at that number. It's a $900 motherboard and a 5.1 ghz binned processor (would cost you $930 from silicon lottery), so you save a few hundred bucks over buying it individually.

Don't take that as an endorsement of $900 motherboards or $930 binned processors, I think both items are stupid.

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So found out the well knows 4 core ES inside X570 manual- looks like it could OC to 4.7Ghz! -Ryzen 3 is coming?
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That image makes it look like the OC mode is on all cores. I sure hope is possible.

I suspect (maybe I'm wrong) the 3900X wattage will be quite serious on an all core OC. Around 200W perhaps? My 1800X uses around 170W during Cinebench R20

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That one seems to be an 8 core.

It has "BB" code on the part number, which means 65W Matisse.

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what are the odds I'll be able to drop my current ram kit in one of these boards and get it to 3800 or better

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what are the odds I'll be able to drop my current ram kit in one of these boards and get it to 3800 or better

can't wait for reviews
very good, considering the optimal RAM speed is around 3733 i believe it was. It will all depend on your timings that you will be able to achieve at that speed.
C16 is good, which your RAM is at already so that should be easy. You might be able to tighten up your timings a bit further?

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I think the CPUs announced are not the only ones coming. I have no basis for what I am saying other than the 1000/2000 series ryzen releases had X SKUs and Non-X SKUs. I am probably wrong, but I can hope.
Yeah I thought it was strange that the two 8 cores were both X versions. Seems like the cheaper of the 2 would be the obvious non-x. At this from the specs the more expensive one seems pointless if they have the same boost algorithm. We'll have to wait and see I suppose.

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I think 25~45W models are coming[Pro models?], they will be great for OEM's in cheaper boards and low profile GPU's.
And Quad cores for cheap workstation with entry level Quadro's.

I wonder what kind of performance they can get from passive cooled PC? no fan's to worry about for Office PC's.
There is already 8c Ryzen 2700E 45W, so 3700E could be 25W or much faster at same 45W and could be cooled by cheap Passive heatsink:

https://www.arctic.ac/worldwide_en/a...4-passive.html

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