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post #1 of 50 (permalink) Old 05-18-2020, 08:44 AM - Thread Starter
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[Various]Zen 3, 15-20% IPC Uplift, due Q4 2020

https://www.dsogaming.com/users-arti...-ipc-increase/

https://www.forbes.com/sites/antonyl.../#a1dd05e2c04c

I'm much more excited for this than 10th gen Intel.

20% IPC over 3000 series, considering 39XX is about as fast as 9900k, I think this could seriously give 10900k a run for the money at half the TDP (and ability to cool proc without resorting to $1000 in loop + radiators).

https://www.techspot.com/review/1877...ryzen-9-3900x/


This has me excited, unlike what Intel currently has on offer. Interested to see if 4000 series chipset has DDR5, if it does, Intel is pretty much done.

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How is this news when Rocket Lake is also due Q4 2020 and will also have 15% IPC Uplift ?

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I will wait for the pudding. Hopefully the higher clocking chips wont be limited to the 12-16 core parts.

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How is this news when Rocket Lake is also due Q4 2020 and will also have 15% IPC Uplift ?
That would still put put Zen 3 between 5-10% faster than Rocket Lake since it's expected to be 15% faster than Skylake not Ice Lake. Intel wont have anything impressive until Core is retired by Ocean Cove.

It would be impressive though to see another 14nm part get a massive 15% IPC increase and keep up with Zen 3.

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That is impressive. Thing is lot of people will be choicing between this and the new GPU's. Those new GPU's could be an even bigger jump for us gamers than these CPU's.
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I think the people who make the gpu jump will follow it up quickly with a cpu jump. 2080ti levels of performance should get a lot cheaper, and that level of gpu performance is pushing the limits of existing cpus.

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I think the people who make the gpu jump will follow it up quickly with a cpu jump. 2080ti levels of performance should get a lot cheaper, and that level of gpu performance is pushing the limits of existing cpus.
Depends. If we are talking 4k Raytraced, then pretty much any CPU in the last 5 years will be plenty fast enough to keep up. If we are talking 1080p non-raytraced ultra high fps, then you will probably need to be in the market for a new CPU to go with that new GPU.


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We need 6 and 8 core chips that can hit the max possible OC numbers in the line-up. Intel still reigns supreme in this regard.

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