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05-21-2019 02:34 PM
Hwgeek 4278 pts in CB R15 with 16C Ryzen 3000 = ~9.35 sec to complete the render, maybe Fast Ram plays big role too since each 0.1 sec is ~36 pts.
Massive improvement over TR [email protected] that needs ~12.0 Sec to complete the render (~3300 pts).
looks like ~20% IPC improvement + Better Ram speeds, looks too good to be true I agree.
If that true then AMD just killed all Intel's HEDT line, since with AIO and water cooling they will OC higher then maybe score near 5000pts- it's crazy!.
You can say they will kill TR lineup too but since the small AM4 will be cheaper to manufacture with better margins then they have with 2950X- I see no problem, Also TR still gonna have more PCI lanes and other benefits with 2990WX and such until next TR 3000
05-21-2019 02:03 PM
dubldwn Yeah 4278 edges out 18 core [email protected] = 4126
05-21-2019 01:50 PM
Frosted racquet I know Just saying the math doesn't add up.
05-21-2019 01:45 PM
doom26464
Quote: Originally Posted by Frosted racquet View Post
4300/3300=1.30 which is a 30% improvement. If the score is correct, Zen2 would have to be clocked at 4.8GHz on all cores for the stated 12-15% IPC improvement, not 4.2GHz.
Just going off what he stated and his mathematical breakdown.
05-21-2019 01:36 PM
Frosted racquet 4300/3300=1.30 which is a 30% improvement. If the score is correct, Zen2 would have to be clocked at 4.8GHz on all cores for the stated 12-15% IPC improvement, not 4.2GHz.
05-21-2019 01:25 PM
doom26464
Quote: Originally Posted by Frosted racquet View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by NightAntilli View Post
According to the video, 16c Zen2 @4.2 GHz gets ~4300pts in Cinebench R15, while the 2950x gets ~3300pts @4.1GHz. That's a ~30% IPC improvement... I'm a bit sceptical.
I believe in his video he stated by his math its a 12.5% IPC improvement in cinnebench.
05-21-2019 12:44 PM
Frosted racquet
Quote: Originally Posted by NightAntilli View Post
According to the video, 16c Zen2 @4.2 GHz gets ~4300pts in Cinebench R15, while the 2950x gets ~3300pts @4.1GHz. That's a ~30% IPC improvement... I'm a bit sceptical.
05-21-2019 11:07 AM
EniGma1987
Quote: Originally Posted by bigjdubb View Post
My understanding is that it takes the pci-e 4.0 lanes and turns them into double the amount of 3.0 lanes. Pretty sure it some sort of magic bean extract that makes it all happen.
Which would make sense for the chipset connected slots, but they also list one slot on a switch with a PCIE4 4x general purpose expansion slot, and the m.2 connected direct to the CPU on some of its lanes is also listed as an old spec 32gbps m.2 connection. So something is fishy about this page.
05-21-2019 09:29 AM
bigjdubb My understanding is that it takes the pci-e 4.0 lanes and turns them into double the amount of 3.0 lanes. Pretty sure it some sort of magic bean extract that makes it all happen.
05-21-2019 09:29 AM
NightAntilli
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