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    German IT distributor shares AMD and Intel 2018 CPU roadmaps

    AMD spills include a 2nd-gen Threadripper, on the Intel side an octa-core CFL part is seen.
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    Re: German IT distributor shares AMD and Intel 2018 CPU roadmaps

    I wonder what new chipset features would be added on the AMD side, they already seem pretty feature rich so would it just be more.

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    Re: German IT distributor shares AMD and Intel 2018 CPU roadmaps

    <crossed fingers>5GbE networking?

    10GbE still seems stupidly expensive for something that is no faster than the USB ports that are now commonplace. We know AMD have the IP as it is in their ARM chips.

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    Re: German IT distributor shares AMD and Intel 2018 CPU roadmaps

    Z490 seems to be a lot better...

    https://www.techpowerup.com/243419/amd-readies-z490-chipset-with-more-and-faster-pcie-lanes
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    Re: German IT distributor shares AMD and Intel 2018 CPU roadmaps

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    That would make more sense if the chipset to CPU connection was PCIe 4.0, which in a closed CPU to chipset setting they could push for.

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    Re: German IT distributor shares AMD and Intel 2018 CPU roadmaps

    At last a date set for B450 motherboards. I'm keen to pick up an ITX one with HDMI 2.0 for a new HTPC build.

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    Re: German IT distributor shares AMD and Intel 2018 CPU roadmaps

    I look forward to finding out why they're bothering to launch Z490. B450 launch will be good too, it'll drop the price of a full-enabled 2000 ryzen CPU

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    Re: German IT distributor shares AMD and Intel 2018 CPU roadmaps

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    That would make more sense if the chipset to CPU connection was PCIe 4.0, which in a closed CPU to chipset setting they could push for.
    Don't think that's the main issue - the extra lanes meaning 2 m.2 drives can work nicely is the biggest benefit I reckon
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    Re: German IT distributor shares AMD and Intel 2018 CPU roadmaps

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    I look forward to finding out why they're bothering to launch Z490. B450 launch will be good too, it'll drop the price of a full-enabled 2000 ryzen CPU
    Extra pcie lanes seems to be what the 490 is bringing to the table. Reviewers have noticed that you can't have 2 x m.2 slots working well for example and that should solve that issue along with a nice fast gpu. Horses for courses as always but a fully featured desktop system without going Threadripper is a bit easier to achieve I guess with 490
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    Re: German IT distributor shares AMD and Intel 2018 CPU roadmaps

    Come on DDR5, get on with it already!!!

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    Re: German IT distributor shares AMD and Intel 2018 CPU roadmaps

    Quote Originally Posted by ETR316 View Post
    Come on DDR5, get on with it already!!!
    It's in the pipeline:

    https://www.anandtech.com/show/12710...ddr5-subsystem

    CAS latency of 42 though!

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