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05-21-2020 10:51 AM
cssorkinman
Quote: Originally Posted by bigjdubb View Post
I didn't realize we were talking about stock settings.
Gets pretty complicated otherwise - HWBOT has the 2 chips in question trading frequency blows depending on cooling. - going by anandtech's results the 3950X on a 280mm AIO would boost all cores to 4.3 ghz with 4.7 ghz being seen on single core loads.
05-21-2020 10:26 AM
bigjdubb I didn't realize we were talking about stock settings.
05-21-2020 09:38 AM
cssorkinman
Quote: Originally Posted by bigjdubb View Post
I'm pretty sure they did that and maybe even slightly better with the i9 7960x.
I think all core boost clocks were limited to 3.6 ghz when 12 cores or more are being used (non - avx load).
05-21-2020 09:19 AM
qwertymac93
Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
Where? All I see are quad cores connected with an interconnect. Similar to how Intel connects their Pentium D or two of their 28 cores together.
Performance matters. Q6600 was better than Phenom 9900; it didn't matter that the Q6600 was two dual core dies. There are trade offs to everything. Intel engineered a superior technology for the time.

Beyond that, saying "never" is incredibly short sighted and naive. It makes as much sense as saying in 2011 that "AMD will never catch up to Intel IPC.". Never is a long time and you have no idea what will happen 4+ years from now. AMD could come out with an ARM or RISCV core running at 6ghz. Heck, AMD could BUY Intel in 10 years for all you know.
05-21-2020 08:35 AM
WannaBeOCer
Quote: Originally Posted by doggymad View Post
But they can hit 4.1/4.2 all-core on a 16 core CPU?
Where? All I see are quad cores connected with an interconnect. Similar to how Intel connects their Pentium D or two of their 28 cores together.
05-21-2020 08:12 AM
bigjdubb
Quote: Originally Posted by doggymad View Post
But they can hit 4.1/4.2 all-core on a 16 core CPU?
I'm pretty sure they did that and maybe even slightly better with the i9 7960x.
05-21-2020 03:13 AM
doggymad
Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
10 cores on a single die running at 4.8Ghz+ is an achievement AMD will never be able to achieve.
But they can hit 4.1/4.2 all-core on a 16 core CPU?
05-20-2020 02:04 PM
ToTheSun!
Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
You never admire architectural achievements?
Tell me exactly how you expected people to perceive you when you elected to word those two posts the way you did.
05-20-2020 01:38 PM
WannaBeOCer
Quote: Originally Posted by KyadCK View Post
Eight cores with 128-bit FPUs that can be shared to do higher level functions, with advanced silicon saving decoders! Gotta get your marketing degree on, and they were physically capable of doing eight FPU functions at once.

Though, everyone who makes the FPU argument at all is dumb. CPUs have not always come with FPUs, on die or off, at all.
AMD Phenom had 128-bit FPUs per core, clearly they knew they did something wrong hence the settlement.

Quote: Originally Posted by ToTheSun! View Post
Why does that even matter?! What's the point in even adding that to the thread?
You never admire architectural achievements?
05-20-2020 01:33 PM
ToTheSun!
Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
10 cores on a single die running at 4.8Ghz+ is an achievement AMD will never be able to achieve.
Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
You mean 4 modules with 1 shared FPU?
Why does that even matter?! What's the point in even adding that to the thread?
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