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post #11 of 112 (permalink) Old 06-24-2019, 01:26 PM
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So much hype and still just yesterday's performance...
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I don't know about that. 196 in cinebench st is kind of low. Not sure what clock speed that was at but my 7820x @ 4.6 does 207ish.
Low for a 4.2GHz CPU?! I think 3950X will beat 9900K's 204 points.

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Low for a 4.2GHz CPU?! I think 3950X will beat 9900K's 204 points.
I might clock my 7820x to 4.2 and see what my ST is. I bet it's close to that

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7820X @ 4.2GHz and you're looking at 180 something, but definitely wouldn't reach 196.

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Again, games tested without BIOS security patches on the Intel chips. When are these review sites going to start implementing the BIOS and microcode patches for Intel chips before benchmarking them?

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Again, games tested without BIOS security patches on the Intel chips. When are these review sites going to start implementing the BIOS and microcode patches for Intel chips before benchmarking them?
Last time every reviewer tested showed gaming wasn't affected. Unless you want them to disable hyper-threading?

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So much hype and still just yesterday's performance...

Yeah and 1.35V at a measly 4.2Ghz has me worried. That's a 22nm kind of voltage right there, even worse now when I think about it.
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That latency isn't what I was expecting tbh. They also had issues with G-skill Flare X memory for AMD. I'll still be waiting until proper reviews are out on X570 boards.
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That latency isn't what I was expecting tbh. They also had issues with G-skill Flare X memory for AMD. I'll still be waiting until proper reviews are out on X570 boards.
Right now I am still taking everything with a grain of salt, everything looks pretty decent but it is on a 470x board, so who knows if it will improve with a 570x board or not.
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Keep in mind it's tested on a x470 Gaming 7. If you actually own the board you know that F40 BIOs isn't fully ironed out yet even for Ryzen 7 2700X let alone the 3rd gen Ryzen chips.

For example with 1778 CB R15 score that's around 3.95-4GHz all core and even with Hynix RAM I attain over 176 single core CB R15. The CB R20 score seems in line with stock though.

Essentially what this suggests is that with mere 4.5GHz boost clock Ryzen 7 3800X/3700X will edge out the i9-9900k (5GHz single core boost, ~4.8GHz quad core boost) at stock. The cooling used isn't listed and that affects clockspeeds with precision boost.



The latency numbers for memory leave a lot to be desired. AMD slides have it at 69ns for 3200C14 kit , this review has 80ns. This may partially explain the gaming deficit., since in DX11 Firestrike and Dx12 Timespy Ryzen 5 3600 is almost on par with the i9. They didn't use 1% or 0.1% lows , a mere FPS number is given.

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