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NDAs are actually rare. Reviewers agree, usually by email these days, to not release date until AMD releases a review embargo. If you re in such a position, you will usually do your best no to violate the embargo because it will hurt your ability to get review samples every again (and not just from the one company you crossed...).

No telling how these people got a 1700X, but it seems pretty clear they did.
yep, it's called an embargo, not NDA. No legal repercussions if you break, but you sure as heck won't get pre-release briefings if you go plastering stuff all across the web that you're not supposed to.
 

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Hahaha this thread is approaching FTL speeds.. we may actually invent time travel here :).
They've gone . . . oh wait someone already did the Spaceballs ref. Shucks.

Why do these benchmarks always have the slowest DDR4 RAM lol?
Good question, though my guess is they're just using standard JEDEC timings for the RAM. Even fancy shmancy DIMMs default to DDR4-2133 CL15 in most cases. Anandtech seems to do the same in many cases.

what about if you also resisted Haswell, Ivy, Sandy, Nehalem, Core2, P4 and PIII :p
What you mean like . . .

386dx40 -> Pentium 100 (oh noes) -> k6-233 -> k6-II 350 -> Athlon 1400 -> Sempron 2800+ -> x2-3600+ -> Athlon II x4-635 (died tragically) -> Sempron 140 -> Athlon II x2-250 -> A10-7700k -> A10-7850k

Nope, not smug at all. Not even a little. Mostly because I did own an Intel chip from 1995-1997. It's like a black stain on my soul! It'll never wash away. Even if I didn't understand the difference or even know that my 386 was an AMD chip for the longest time . . .
 

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https://videocardz.com/66204/amd-ryzen-supports-ddr4-3600-mhz-memory

According to Biostar AMD Ryzen will support high-speed DDR4 memory.

Biostar X370 Racing GT7 supports G.Skill F4-3600C17D-8GVK
I know some of you are concerned that there is little to no information about Ryzen’s DDR4 memory support. Thanks to Biostar, we can finally say that there should be no problem with high-speed memory with Ryzen.

The list is not complete yet, but it’s already confirmed that Ryzen will support 4x4GB DDR4 memory kit at 3600 MHz. In fact, Ryzen could support even faster memory, but so far no such kit was evaluated.

 

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I am so out of the loop when it comes to benchmarks and CPUs.

So my fastest and most recent rig is an Intel i5-2500K (3.3 GHz) CPU, where does my i5 rank with the latest "disclosures" of Ryzen? I've searched google for ZD cpumark test results for the i5, but the first two pages are mostly passmark website links.
 

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I am so out of the loop when it comes to benchmarks and CPUs.

So my fastest and most recent rig is an Intel i5-2500K (3.3 GHz) CPU, where does my i5 rank with the latest "disclosures" of Ryzen? I've searched google for ZD cpumark test results for the i5, but the first two pages are mostly passmark website links.
I think this graph should be stickied.



Your Sandybridge is around 20% slower than Skylake at the same clocks, on average. The current leaks suggest that Ryzen is around Broadwell levels of performance.
 

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According to Biostar AMD Ryzen will support high-speed DDR4 memory.
That's a weird-ass QVL list. Why just those select 4GB DIMMs from G.Skill (and the one slow 8GB DIMM)? It's like they're validating with Samsung D-die and E-die but not B-die? Hmmm.
 

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https://videocardz.com/66204/amd-ryzen-supports-ddr4-3600-mhz-memory

According to Biostar AMD Ryzen will support high-speed DDR4 memory.

Biostar X370 Racing GT7 supports G.Skill F4-3600C17D-8GVK
I know some of you are concerned that there is little to no information about Ryzen’s DDR4 memory support. Thanks to Biostar, we can finally say that there should be no problem with high-speed memory with Ryzen.

The list is not complete yet, but it’s already confirmed that Ryzen will support 4x4GB DDR4 memory kit at 3600 MHz. In fact, Ryzen could support even faster memory, but so far no such kit was evaluated.


Ah crap, my 16GB sticks aren't on there. I really hope I wont be stuck at 2133mhz...
 

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I am so out of the loop when it comes to benchmarks and CPUs.

So my fastest and most recent rig is an Intel i5-2500K (3.3 GHz) CPU, where does my i5 rank with the latest "disclosures" of Ryzen? I've searched google for ZD cpumark test results for the i5, but the first two pages are mostly passmark website links.
This is my 2500K @ stock, compared to the CPU-Z Reference 2500K. 6900K is 1901/13152 in comparison

 

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Thanks! I just typed in Ryzen in Amazon and it seems you can pre-order the AMD YD170XBCAEWOF Ryzen 7 1700X Processor & Corsair Hydro Series H100i water block for $498.30. It looks like it would be coming directly from Amazon Prime / AMD and not so one-off personal store.

For $598 you get the 1800x and the same water block.
 

DrMrLordX

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Thanks! I just typed in Ryzen in Amazon and it seems you can pre-order the AMD YD170XBCAEWOF Ryzen 7 1700X Processor & Corsair Hydro Series H100i water block for $498.30. It looks like it would be coming directly from Amazon Prime / AMD and not so one-off personal store.

For $598 you get the 1800x and the same water block.
Sadly they aren't taking pre-orders on just the CPU. I definitely do not want that H100i.
 

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Ah crap, my 16GB sticks aren't on there. I really hope I wont be stuck at 2133mhz...
Not an issue. As soon as you know that the board can handle the frequencies (and obviously the CPU can), then it's pretty safe to say that RAM with generally similar timing and frequencies will be compatible as well.
 

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Thanks! I just typed in Ryzen in Amazon and it seems you can pre-order the AMD YD170XBCAEWOF Ryzen 7 1700X Processor & Corsair Hydro Series H100i water block for $498.30. It looks like it would be coming directly from Amazon Prime / AMD and not so one-off personal store.

For $598 you get the 1800x and the same water block.
link?

Dang, removed.. I don't want that cooler though
 
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