Ryzen 2600 spotted

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goldstone77

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Looks like a 200MHz lift in frequency over last year. Not much.
AMD Ryzen 2 Processor Leaks Out on X470 Motherboard – Includes Ryzen 5 2600 Hexa Core and ASUS’s Crosshair VII Hero Motherboard
The processor leaked out in SiSoftware Database and is part of the upcoming AMD Ryzen 2 family. The codename for this specific chip is ZD2600BBM68AF_38/34_Y and it will be known as the Ryzen 5 2600 which means it replaces the Ryzen 5 1600 (1st Generation Ryzen). Based on the naming scheme, this is indeed a second generation Ryzen processor which comes with 6 CPU cores and 12 threads. The clock speeds for this chip are mentioned at 3.4 GHz base and 3.8 GHz boost clock. In terms of cache, we are looking at 16 MB of L3 and 3 MB of L2 cache in total. The processor will be a 65W chip based on the codename which falls in line with the Ryzen 5 1600 with a similar TDP range.
https://wccftech.com/amd-2nd-generation-ryzen-5-2600-asus-crosshair-vii-hero-x470-leak/




This thread has quickly turned into a troll thread.
OP make his contributions to the current, Ryzen 2 thread here:
https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/amd-ryzen-gen-2-set-for-q2-2018.2530140/


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TahoeDust

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No 5GHz, no care...




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Probably not 5Ghz yet, but the 200Mhz bump could be a bit low and misleading.
 

formulav8

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Possibly up to 4400 Mhz oc's and 5% low hanging performance increase's. 10%-15% increase overall on average. Should do well against coffee until 10nm/7nm.
 

Markfw

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No 5GHz, no care...
Its not all about GHZ, IPC and number of cores as well. Oh, and they don't get hit with a 30% performance penalty on IO like Intel. So that 5 GHZ is really 3.5 GHZ working on IO stuff.

And if you don't like AMD, stay out of AMD threads.
 

TahoeDust

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Its not all about GHZ, IPC and number of cores as well. Oh, and they don't get hit with a 30% performance penalty on IO like Intel. So that 5 GHZ is really 3.5 GHZ working on IO stuff.

And if you don't like AMD, stay out of AMD threads.
I like AMD, I just like performance (multi-core AND single core) more.
 

Markfw

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I like AMD, I just like performance (multi-core AND single core) more.
And you don't think after the IO hit of the meltdown on Intel procs, that AMD might now be faster ?

Your posts wreak of trolling.
 
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