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So anyone got a Ryzen 5000 yet? DC benchmarks? ;)

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Markfw

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Wccftech said great supply of 5600 and 5800 in q1. Limited supply of 5900 / 5950. Not the most reliable site though
My 5950x is due at shopblt on Jan 31st.... We will see. My 3080 is due tomorrow. (at the warehouse)
 

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Initial Rosetta results are that the 5950 on eco mode is generating 2.29x the credit of a full power 2700x at about 60 watts less. I switched both from folding to Rosetta at roughly the same time (15 minutes apart or less). I’ll let it run until RAC stabilizes between the two hosts, but I don’t think this result is much of a surprise either. I’ll absolutely be upgrading the 2700x to a 5950 in the future.
 

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2x should be expected, since you have 16 instead of 8 cores, so 14% improvement per core ??
 

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2x should be expected, since you have 16 instead of 8 cores, so 14% improvement per core ??
Roughly 14-15% per core, with the caveat that its running Eco mode. Currently clockspeed is 2.95 Ghz, which means that Rosetta is hitting the CPU PPT harder than any of the other tests I've run on the system.
 

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Roughly 14-15% per core, with the caveat that its running Eco mode. Currently clockspeed is 2.95 Ghz, which means that Rosetta is hitting the CPU PPT harder than any of the other tests I've run on the system.
What is 2700 hz? for comparison?
 
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