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MajinCry

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Hate to be THAT guy, but don't go buying Zen until we know how it handles draw calls.

Which requires one of our users to buy a Zen CPU, pair it with an AMD GPU, and run it through that instancing demo.

'Cause if AMD still hasn't cured their draw call deficit, it's going to suck in games like Fallout and Skyrim.
 

IEC

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Not sure how amd justify $100 extra for 100mhz more. Is it the stock cooler?
Debbie Downer interpretation: You're lucky to get > 3.8GHz on lower binned parts, even with manual overclocking. Cough up $100 extra to have a shot at 4GHz+.

Unknown: all core turbo max?
 

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Debbie Downer interpretation: You're lucky to get > 3.8GHz on lower binned parts, even with manual overclocking. Cough up $100 extra to have a shot at 4GHz+.

Unknown: all core turbo max?
What if 4ghz is the max overclock on air
 

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Debbie Downer interpretation: You're lucky to get > 3.8GHz on lower binned parts, even with manual overclocking. Cough up $100 extra to have a shot at 4GHz+.

Unknown: all core turbo max?
Yep, you get that extra base without having to OC and in the same thermal/voltage envelope as lower SKUs.
 
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moonbogg

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I hope I can at least match my 4.6ghz OC. If not, then the IPC benefits will start to shrink.
 

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Canard PC didn't have issues getting to 5Ghz on air single core, or are you talking about 4Ghz base OC?
We don't know if that's 5 Ghz figure is stable however, and in the absence of any evidence, we should be inclined to be critical and assume this was just screenshot stable at 5 Ghz. Big difference from multiple hours prime stable or something... But yes the big question is, how much headroom does Ryzen have. To me the other question is, how much are the 1600X/1700X/1800X turboing up to with their XFR feature during these benchmarks? is 1800X actually clocking at 4.0 Ghz or is it turboing to 4.1, 4.2.... 4.3??? Because if that's the case then it's being benchmarked close to its max air OC, on AMD's "X-series" 140 TDP heatsink anyways...

So, just terribly coded and optimized bethesda games? That's not much of a loss.
http://gamingbolt.com/skyrim-fallout-4-have-millions-of-daily-players-bethesda
 
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unseenmorbidity

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Hate to be THAT guy, but don't go buying Zen until we know how it handles draw calls.

Which requires one of our users to buy a Zen CPU, pair it with an AMD GPU, and run it through that instancing demo.

'Cause if AMD still hasn't cured their draw call deficit, it's going to suck in games like Fallout and Skyrim.
So, just terribly coded and optimized bethesda games? That's not much of a loss.
 

sirmo

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Doesn't even matter if that 5Ghz on air figure is stable or not. It still bodes well for the architecture in general. If it's not 100% stable at 5Ghz, means it's stable at 4.7Ghz which would be pretty good.

I would be happy if we could hit 4.2Ghz on all cores on air.
 
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MaxDepth

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So what cooling solution are you all expecting to use? I saw another website that said the 1800x and 1700x would need really good cooling.
 
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