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Quote: Originally Posted by looniam View Post
the bus speed of DDR 4000 is 2000.
Maybe he meant Dance Dance Revolution memory. First game launched in 1998. If you OC it a bit you get 2000.

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Maybe he meant Dance Dance Revolution memory. First game launched in 1998. If you OC it a bit you get 2000.
If I didn't live in an apartment I would still play DDR. I still have my DDR pad and PS2.

Back to the topic at hand..

"~4.4GHz performs similar to a 5Ghz 9900k – in Cinebench" awesome if true but seems hard to believe. Doubt AMD would be that far ahead so soon.

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If I didn't live in an apartment I would still play DDR. I still have my DDR pad and PS2.

Back to the topic at hand..

"~4.4GHz performs similar to a 5Ghz 9900k – in Cinebench" awesome if true but seems hard to believe. Doubt AMD would be that far ahead so soon.
Cinebench is a high parallel task and AMD's multithreaded performance was already higher with Zen 1.

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This must be the 12 core model... I don't imagine the 8 core version would outperform the 9900k at a lower clock speed, sense IPC should be similar.

Hopefully the 8 core and 6 core versions can clock a bit higher. 4.7ghz on an 8 core stable would be pretty sweet.
Nope, IPC is stronger for Zen 2.

The one demo by LISA at CES should be running at 4.4-4.5GHz for 8C ES against 9900K. And Lisa ask the crowd after cinebench score is out:

"Is that a win, yes it is a win" (before she start to talk about power consumption advantage of Zen 2)


So its is very clear at 4.4G the Ryzen equal to a 5GHz 9900K, and that was before it was fully optimized. Also for the leaks, the user never mentioned it is faster in multi-threaded or single threaded, so I am assuming when he is mentioned faster than 9900K it should be ST performances.

OR

He has multiple Ryzen CPUs to test, and that his general consensus is that both the 8C/12C variant is faster than 9900K at 4.4GHz



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Meh I have to wait so long to get gaming benchmarks. That is all I care about and where AMD actually performs worst.



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Quote: Originally Posted by Imouto View Post
Maybe he meant Dance Dance Revolution memory. First game launched in 1998. If you OC it a bit you get 2000.
In socialistic block it was called east Germany, not dance revolution. It unified years ago, people forgot on its abbreviation.
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In socialistic block it was called east Germany, not dance revolution. It unified years ago, people forgot on its abbreviation.
LOL at both y'all posts

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7nm power efficiency will be neat to see.

If amd can beat intel at gaming, The entire PC world will go upside down. 4.5-4.6 all core on the 8 core be nice to see.

12 core I suspecting will have some heat to deal with, but still be unreal for heavy multi thread work loads. Im interested to see how it overclocks and the spacing of the 2 dies behave with regards to heat.
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Yeah this just furthers my suspicions that AMDs stock boost numbers were multi core(probably not all core) and they're deliberately hiding XFR/PBO until E3.
If taken as real, he's saying 5ghz is possible but difficult. I'd be willing to guess 4.7/4.8 for single core XFR.

Of course this is speculation and a bunch of idealistic hoping so definitely assume what I say here is entirely wrong.

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They were talking about voltage in the 1.35v range. I'm sure running 4.7 daily will be a real possibility for most of us, anything past that won't likely matter much. We like 5ghz because it's a nice round figure but the real difference between 4.7ghz and 5ghz is around 5% so it's not like we're losing much if they top out as described in the article. I'm pretty interested to see how the voltage scales this time due to the low TDP but I won't be disappointed if they don't have a lot of head room.

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