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Doom2pro

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This is not funny. Actually, joking about him appearing should be the only thing that's always moderated. xD
I just got a massive headache reading just 2 posts from him over at SA.
I don't read a post at SA until I have read the top line where it shows who is posting... I used to be able to skip his posts when he had his ridiculous signature but he's since removed that.
 
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i know we donot trust WCC, but they are claiming that 28th Feb is the release date? "With shipments expected to commence on the 28th"

i though 28th was the NDA lift date.

I'm visiting US between 18th Feb and 5th March. I just hope there will be enough reviews to show its worth making the purchase from there. Prices in UK are quite a bit inflated by tax. Then buy a motherboard at a later date once all the boards have been tested
 

realibrad

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So why would you expect him to break NDA?
What makes you think I expected him to break it? My question was more of a joke because I know people can't break NDAs. The :) should have denoted that. People have been asking him question that would break the NDA for a while, and he is a good sport about it.
 

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I know it sounds like an odd choice, but I'd like to see a leak of the Dolphin emulation benchmark for Ryzen. It's a pretty good proxy for overall single-threaded performance, in one of the few real-world apps that still requires this. Emulation is branch-heavy, so any potential issues with the branch predictor should show up here.
 
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Justinbaileyman

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I bet someone will break the NDA for short internet fame.




I think some are BS and some are legit.
Me too!! I mean any one could make a graph, heck I could make a graph showing a raspberry pi zero completely destroying a 6900k. Who's to say these leaks aren't just some guy having some fun trolling the world with some unprovable clickbate.Its to hard to tell truth from untruth these days :(
 

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Me too!! I mean any one could make a graph, heck I could make a graph showing a raspberry pi zero completely destroying a 6900k. Who's to say these leaks aren't just some guy having some fun trolling the world with some unprovable clickbate.Its to hard to tell truth from untruth these days :(
My fear is that they're all fake and ryzen totally sucks on launch day :(
 
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MajinCry

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I know it sounds like an odd choice, but I'd like to see a leak of the Dolphin emulation benchmark for Ryzen. It's a pretty good proxy for overall single-threaded performance, in one of the few real-world apps that still requires this. Emulation is branch-heavy, so any potential issues with the branch predictor should show up here.
Dolphin is actually a fringe case. Haswell got a >30% bump in performance on emulators, over Ivybridge. Did single threaded performance, or gaming performance for that matter, increase by that much? Not even close.

I still say that Oblivion's Imperial Market District (raining weather @ noon) is the best way to check single thread performance.
 
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