- Feb 4, 2009
Pretty much. Also if you look at Silicon Lottery, I think the 3800x has the highest AVX2 clocks according to their testing.I see, essentially the 3800x is a golden sample 3700x.
If a 3800x was clocked at a 3700x the power would be identical or marginally better.
Gotta dumb it down a bit more than that for me.
However I think I get the point.
I'm sure they're just getting their website ready ahead of timeCurious that they have a 3950X now...
Boost implies not sustained. It isn't a difficult concept to understand.If that bios fix makes single thread sustained at max advertised boost clocks then I think I might go for the 3600X
You are confusing all core and single core boosts. Single core boost can't use much power and thus boost is sustainable forever within power and thermal limits.Boost implies not sustained. It isn't a difficult concept to understand.
If a clock is sustained at max boost then it is operating out of spec, as is the case with Intel CPUs.
Well, that would imply that a core can run at max frequency at max temperature within nominal specifications, i.e. at thermal limit. Cores can achieve higher frequency at lower temperature (about 100 MHz for every 20 degrees C, according to DerBauer).Single core boost can't use much power and thus boost is sustainable forever within power and thermal limits.
From what I know 3500X is priced pretty similar as 9400F. I guess if cache config is true 3500 would be cheaper than expected.Interesting. I wonder whether the 3500 and 3500X are coming to the USA, and how much? You know one of them is going to have to match the price of the i5-9400F, Intel's got a competitive chip @ $140 at that price point, though a 6C/6T Ryzen would be preferable to me.
I think that the "marketing optics" are better, with AMD competing with Intel, with Intel now selling 6C/6T CPUs minus iGPU, rather than 4C/8T, that AMD should match them core-for-core, for the same price, and come out even or ahead on performance, on an arguably superior, upgradable platform.OTOH what surprise me is AMD rather release 6C6T SKUs than 4C8T.
I can't believe it will premere with less than the 2990wx. I would say 48core tops, 24 core min. Then 64 core later.Looks like 24c/48t might be Threatripper 3000 flagship. If there is a higher core count Zen2 part for TR4 I wouldn't expect it till next year and if so, possibly branded under Opteron. Chiplets seem under high demand now. It could be a combo of healthy server and AM4 demand. I think it would be a possibility if parts were still added to the 3000 line in 2020, including Pinnacle ridge; during Q2, close to when the first 4000 series start arriving.
24 cores fully loaded at mid 4's is going to draw like 250+ W as it is. You may as well make an "Epyc W" platform (and charge Epyc prices) if you want to sell 300 W+ monsters.I can't believe it will premere with less than the 2990wx. I would say 48core tops, 24 core min. Then 64 core later.
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