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post #11 of 42 (permalink) Old 08-30-2019, 11:19 AM
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Oh dear...upgrading my current 2950X is going to be an interesting question if I decide to do so, as I really like it the way it is. I went for the 16c 2950X because of the memory access config in the (current) 32c 2990 WX. A next-gen 32c - as far as I understand it - would not have the same issues, and fit perfectly into my existing X399 (sig) rig after a Bios / driver update. Or would it, re X399 and memory config ?

The 32c (= 4x highly binned 3700/3800x) could be the sweet-spot re. power and thermals...if/when there is a core count (ie 64c) coming for 'Pro-sumers', apart from the need for the t/wrx chipset mobo, providing enough power (w/ 2x GPUs) and cooling for such a monster even with a modest oc might be quite a challenge.
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Why can't they mix die sizes? So 2x 4c dies and 2x 6c dies 20c/40t?

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TRX80 is wow.... just bonkers in the best way possible. 32 or more cores of sweet dominating goodness. I may have to pick one up for myself.

And those PCIe lanes are going up, up, up. Nothing wrong with that


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Intel is game over.


And probably so in the next 24 months.

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TRX80 is wow.... just bonkers in the best way possible. 32 or more cores of sweet dominating goodness. I may have to pick one up for myself.

And those PCIe lanes are going up, up, up. Nothing wrong with that
I wouldn't mind seeing gaming benchmarks on these, just out of curiosity. Probably no different from a 3900X, but it would be funny to see thrown at games such an overkill core count with 8 channel memory.

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TRX80 does look insane. These board prices will be out of this world for AMD. Still looking forward to it.

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Castle Peak, great name. Much better than Cascade Lake. Intel needs some new naming conventions.

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Intel is game over.


And probably so in the next 24 months.
No, but I can't wait to upgrade my 1950x

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@thread

One area where AMD really needs to step up is in its marketing of Threadripper. People are/were building EPYC-based workstations for professional use, when they could have been using Threadripper instead, but I suspect it's because

a) The "gaming" look of marketed Threadripper solutions e.g. Alienware
b) Uncertainty of ECC memory support
c) failure to get the likes of Dell, HP and Lenovo on-board with more serious-looking solutions.

I have no idea if these issues have all been ironed out, but to my mind they were very damaging to the Threadripper marketing image.

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@thread

One area where AMD really needs to step up is in its marketing of Threadripper. People are/were building EPYC-based workstations for professional use, when they could have been using Threadripper instead, but I suspect it's because

a) The "gaming" look of marketed Threadripper solutions e.g. Alienware
b) Uncertainty of ECC memory support
c) failure to get the likes of Dell, HP and Lenovo on-board with more serious-looking solutions.

I have no idea if these issues have all been ironed out, but to my mind they were very damaging to the Threadripper marketing image.
Why would AMD want people to buy Threadripper instead of Epyc? If they buy AMD at all, AMD is happy.

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