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post #31 of 48 (permalink) Old 07-22-2019, 04:36 AM
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Intel clearly stated that all of these are fake speculation
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Max of 10 cores on a ring bus so that you get the best gaming performance? Check, we've known at least since Ivy Bridge that Intel's ring bus tops out at 10 cores.
Intel's ring bus scales up to 12 cores. We've known from Broadwell that 1 ring can scale up to 12 cores.

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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
Intel's ring bus scales up to 12 cores. We've known from Broadwell that 1 ring can scale up to 12 cores.

https://www.anandtech.com/show/10158...e5-v4-review/2

The one dual ring, one memory controller and no bridges design only scales up to 10 cores (on the right below):

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As for Ivy Bridge, it's the same (in the middle below): https://www.anandtech.com/show/7285/...-ivy-bridge-ep


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Quote: Originally Posted by tpi2007 View Post
The one dual ring, one memory controller and no bridges design only scales up to 10 cores (on the right below):

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As for Ivy Bridge, it's the same (in the middle below): https://www.anandtech.com/show/7285/...-ivy-bridge-ep


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Thanks, that makes much more sense why they are dropping the Ring bus with Ocean Cove in 2022-23.

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Came by to check out juicy tidbits on what intel might be responding to AMDs offerings with, but this looks pretty shady, and certainly far enough in the future that it's not worth waiting on.


9900ks? any release dates? I am ready to get off of x99.

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Quote: Originally Posted by inedenimadam View Post
Came by to check out juicy tidbits on what intel might be responding to AMDs offerings with, but this looks pretty shady, and certainly far enough in the future that it's not worth waiting on.


9900ks? any release dates? I am ready to get off of x99.


You can just get a 9900k now, most of them can run 5 ghz all core


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I want something with more than 16 PCIe lanes and 2 memory channels with faster single core than my 7900X.

A TR3 looks very interesting for late Q4 or Q1 2020 but there is nothing else anytime soon that I know of. I am not sure TR3 will be able to match my 7900X at 4.7 GHz for single core (it might) but a 32+ core CPU might be worth loosing some single core performance. I just wish I did not have to make that tradeoff, I want faster single core too!
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I want something with more than 16 PCIe lanes and 2 memory channels with faster single core than my 7900X.

A TR3 looks very interesting for late Q4 or Q1 2020 but there is nothing else anytime soon that I know of. I am not sure TR3 will be able to match my 7900X at 4.7 GHz for single core (it might) but a 32+ core CPU might be worth loosing some single core performance. I just wish I did not have to make that tradeoff, I want faster single core too!
If you aint picky about the 2 memory channel i think the R9 3950X would have been perfect for you.

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If you aint picky about the 2 memory channel i think the R9 3950X would have been perfect for you.
It is actually the PCIe lanes that are the most important to me. If I had PCIe 4.0 devices it would be fine but I want my GPU, 40 GbE card, 900P, and 960 Pro to have their own lanes.
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^^ why i woefully regret going back to a 16 lane chip.

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