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    Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

    This non-X Ryzen Threadripper CPU has a lower TDP (140W) than any of the X-suffix chips .
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    Re: Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

    Hexus should clearly state that it is now sponsored by AMD

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    Re: Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

    Quote Originally Posted by Troopa View Post
    Hexus should clearly state that it is now sponsored by AMD
    So Intel hasn't had enough press over the last ten years? I'd much rather read about something that challenges Intel's marginal incremental performance increases and price gouging.
    Before you judge a man, walk a mile in his shoes; after that, who cares?! He's a mile away and you've got his shoes!


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    Re: Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

    Quote Originally Posted by Troopa View Post
    Hexus should clearly state that it is now sponsored by AMD
    Why do people immediately jump on the "you're just a shill" bandwagon, instead of actually considering the possibility that this is a technological milestone being reached that people (both reviewers and the public) are excited about.

    The technology sites you need to watch out for, are the ones telling you Threadripper/Ryzen/Epyc (goddamn terrible names) isn't much to write home about.

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    Re: Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

    who tought that a 16 core CPU would cost less than $1000? those days of i-Sheep are long gone.

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    Re: Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

    Apparently all X Threadrippers have a non-X counterpart.

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    Re: Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

    Already posted all this on the Zen chitchat thread a few days ago:
    http://forums.hexus.net/cpus/371038-...ml#post3841708
    And this all links back this PDF called 'AMD-Product-Master.pdf' on AMD's website.

    Here was the original post from last Saturday:
    Over on AT, member dooon The Ryzen "ThreadRipper"... 16 cores of awesome" found a Planet3DNow.de post about other Threadripper SKUs:
    http://www.planet3dnow.de/cms/33149-...er-epyc-zp-b2/
    Implicit is that Threadripper is based the B1 revision and not the B2 rumoured for EPYC.

    Which they got using this key

    That article links to an official AMD.com PDF
    https://www.amd.com/Documents/AMD-Product-Master.pdf

    Wonder what price the 1950 non-X is going to be? And the price of X399 boards. The actual chipset seems to the same as X370, but I think one of the earlier articles on Threadripper or X399 implied that the monster socket is very expensive but that might change with a ramp-up and/or be mobo manufacturers trying to justify high prices.

    EDIT: in case AMD pull that PDF, here are the YD19* entries:

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    Re: Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

    I wonder if it is worth a 1900 over my 1700X, if my 2 x GTX 1080 will benefit from the extra lanes. Hexus i think it is worth a test vs the 1800x/1700x/1700 single videocard and SLI.

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    Re: Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

    Quote Originally Posted by Raven74 View Post
    I wonder if it is worth a 1900 over my 1700X, if my 2 x GTX 1080 will benefit from the extra lanes. Hexus i think it is worth a test vs the 1800x/1700x/1700 single videocard and SLI.
    Unlikely to make a any discernible difference running in Dual 8x PCI-E (3.0) vs Dual 16x PCI-E (3.0), but I agree it would be interesting to see.

    These guys already tested the difference in bandwidth/performance with a single card
    https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/...Scaling/5.html

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    Re: Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

    Quote Originally Posted by Raven74 View Post
    I wonder if it is worth a 1900 over my 1700X, if my 2 x GTX 1080 will benefit from the extra lanes. Hexus i think it is worth a test vs the 1800x/1700x/1700 single videocard and SLI.
    W1zzard has done some those tests for years already. Last time was in Dec 2016 so using Skylake i7-6700K with Z170:
    https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/...caling/24.html
    Now, that's using only one GTX1080 without SLI, but PCIe gen 3.0 has not measurable difference between x8 and x16. W1zzard doesn't show decimal places there but for some reason has x8 slightly ahead of x16 at 4K, but even gen 2.0 x8 reaches 98% of the speed of gen 3.0's x8 and x16.

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    Re: Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

    must not say I told you so. must not say I told you so. must not say I told you so. must not say I told you so. must not say I told you so. must not say I told you so. must not say I told you so. must not say I told you so.



    Wonder what the clocks will be on the 1950 non-X....?

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    Re: Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

    If there's a plain 1900 then the 1900X looks quite pointless

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    Re: Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    If there's a plain 1900 then the 1900X looks quite pointless
    I dunno, it's got the highest base clock of any Ryzen processor announced so far. To get down to 140W the 1900 is likely to clock at around 3.2Ghz base...

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    Re: Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

    It's the AMD version of the 7740K, so with the full complement of RAM and PCI lanes. If you need the highest single thread performance get an overclocked 1800X (from scan or the like, if you need the warranty) that costs half the price, and if you need the IO then get the 1900 for a little less

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    Re: Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    ... If you need the highest single thread performance get an overclocked 1800X (from scan or the like, if you need the warranty) that costs half the price ...
    Going by RRP the 1900X is only $50 (10%) more than the 1800X. If all you're interested in is overclocking then sure, you could put the 1800X in a B350 motherboard that'll cost a couple of hundred dollars less than the cheapest X399 motherboard - but even then you're talking about ~ $600 vs ~ $800: nothing like half the price. I anticipate the 1900(/X) will clock to roughly the same level as the 1800X (and, let's be honest, practically every other Ryzen chip). It's all about choosing between stock performance and platform features.

    Besides, this isn't about ST performance - the 1900X may not offer better ST performance than the 1800X: it's boost clock is identical, and we don't have XFR details yet. It offers better stock MT performance through a 5.5% higher base clock. For prosumers that's the bigger deal, and it's offering a compelling package of no-worse ST performance, better MT performance, and platform advantages.

    Anyone who genuinely cares about ST performance will go Intel.
    Last edited by scaryjim; 05-08-2017 at 06:44 PM.

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    Re: Unannounced Threadripper 1920 leaked by AMD hardware partners

    I absolutely, categorically need this in my life.

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