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12-16-2019 01:27 AM
ilmazzo
Quote: Originally Posted by Fifth Horseman View Post
This makes sense, but i feel like i have not seen any articles on people cherry picking the best cores and disabling the rest to get all core clocks equal to the turbo 4.7. I think it would be interesting if you could pick the best 4 and disable the rest for when you want to game or do single threaded tasks,

we already know the IPC is way ahead of intel so if you can get the clocks to get close wouldnt that be interesting. I know this is a workstation chip but it would be nice to have the best of both worlds.
boost algorythm is already acting in the best way to squeeze out performance, even for a single thread scenario which is an insult for this kind of platforms but I get what you are saying

Pump up the ram speed as much as you can while keeping a decent CL and a 1:1 ratio, freeze that chip with ton of cooling and enjoy it
12-14-2019 12:27 PM
Fifth Horseman
Quote: Originally Posted by ilmazzo View Post
exactly this

amd chiplets design allow them to bin every core and choose th ebetter ones, then give this map to the boost algorithm and boom you have the best performance that silicon can give you (anandtech had a great article days ago explaining the differences between best cores seen by ryzen master and windows scheduler)

you want moar performance on ryzen? give that **** a ton of cooling, pump up the pl and enjoy the show. old all cores oc will gimp it, until you got a golden chip(s) and you want the bigger e-peen on cinebench

out!
This makes sense, but i feel like i have not seen any articles on people cherry picking the best cores and disabling the rest to get all core clocks equal to the turbo 4.7. I think it would be interesting if you could pick the best 4 and disable the rest for when you want to game or do single threaded tasks,

we already know the IPC is way ahead of intel so if you can get the clocks to get close wouldnt that be interesting. I know this is a workstation chip but it would be nice to have the best of both worlds.
12-13-2019 09:07 PM
SwitchFX
Quote: Originally Posted by jomama22 View Post
Are you a clown or somthing?

Not really sure what Intel does belongs In a thread talking about binned AMD chips...

And what you just posted is quite hilarious considering the and part is dirt cheap and has decent integrated graphics.

Are you trying to compensate for some purchase decision of yours? Are you just a shill?

The 3950x is a consumer priced workstation CPU, any usage that doesn't take advantage of that is pointless.

I guess you can be mad AMD is at near IPC parity with Intel while also providing more cores, threads and versatility at nearly the same price.

You have 218 posts and looking through your history, it's pretty clear you aren't one to respect so cheers to you mate.
What I found weird was the comparison to the 2200G which uses "Zen" architecture, not even second-gen Zen+ architecture. It's launch first-gen architecture in a thread about third-gen Zen2 architecture in regard to the 3950X.
12-12-2019 09:19 AM
knightriot [email protected] cb20 + 20min prime95 smallffts lol
12-12-2019 08:48 AM
ilmazzo
Quote: Originally Posted by Kurumi Tokisaki View Post
I think it's common knowledge at this point that the AMD products are generally shipping with one chiplet that will boost better than the other at least where the 3900x is concerned. So attempting to reach an all-core overclock across both chiplets would only get you the best performance that the worst cores can achieve.

I understand that Ryzen Master is the way to go maybe? https://hardforum.com/threads/manual...3900x.1986951/

Thoughts?
exactly this

amd chiplets design allow them to bin every core and choose th ebetter ones, then give this map to the boost algorithm and boom you have the best performance that silicon can give you (anandtech had a great article days ago explaining the differences between best cores seen by ryzen master and windows scheduler)

you want moar performance on ryzen? give that **** a ton of cooling, pump up the pl and enjoy the show. old all cores oc will gimp it, until you got a golden chip(s) and you want the bigger e-peen on cinebench

out!
12-12-2019 06:57 AM
ThrashZone Hi,
Yep amd thank you for adding some freaking competition finally
Now water block manufactures make an appropriate design for these multi die chips
12-12-2019 06:38 AM
Kurumi Tokisaki
Makes sense

Quote: Originally Posted by ilmazzo View Post
logic is enough

why lower max boost frequency for some cores (4,4/4,5/4,6) to get a lower all cores speed (4,1)?

who is robert hallock? a new top gear dude?
I think it's common knowledge at this point that the AMD products are generally shipping with one chiplet that will boost better than the other at least where the 3900x is concerned. So attempting to reach an all-core overclock across both chiplets would only get you the best performance that the worst cores can achieve.

I understand that Ryzen Master is the way to go maybe? https://hardforum.com/threads/manual...3900x.1986951/

Thoughts?
12-12-2019 12:06 AM
ilmazzo
Quote: Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post
And exactly what proof do you have to offer to back up that claim? Don't tell me another Robert Hallock video. Sheez he is a just a PR fop.
logic is enough

why lower max boost frequency for some cores (4,4/4,5/4,6) to get a lower all cores speed (4,1)?

who is robert hallock? a new top gear dude?
12-11-2019 05:56 PM
mcbaes72
Quote: Originally Posted by HeliXpc View Post
my 3900x does 6 cores at 4.4ghz and 6 other cores at 4.25ghz with 1.35V
Nice!

What's your cooling method to keep temps down?
12-11-2019 04:10 PM
os2wiz
Quote: Originally Posted by ilmazzo View Post
all cores oc is not the way to go with a multichiplet cpu like ryzens , you are gimping the overall performance of the cpu
And exactly what proof do you have to offer to back up that claim? Don't tell me another Robert Hallock video. Sheez he is a just a PR fop.
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