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    AMD Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series listed by Singapore retailer

    10 processors listed. Expected top end part will boast 16C/32T and cost SGD$760 (£425).
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    Re: AMD Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series listed by Singapore retailer

    This is a launch worth waiting for, in my opinion.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series listed by Singapore retailer

    It is definitely worth waiting for. My major hope is that clock for clock AMD has at least finally managed to match the IPC of Intel. At least in the general areas that people are moaning about.

    That and the 8c/16t matching of the 9900k at CES at those thermals would be sweet.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series listed by Singapore retailer

    I'll be getting the highest clocked 8 core variant, most likley the Ryzen 5 3600K.

    AdoredTV leaked this literally 3 months ago to the day, 4 Dec 2018
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCdsTBsH-rI&t=317s

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series listed by Singapore retailer

    So Ryzen 9 3850x is Threadripper 2950x+ in disguise?
    Just imagine how much process power is coming to a consumer platform! Wow

    AMD is pushing everyone else and we should thank them for that.
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    Re: AMD Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series listed by Singapore retailer

    Quote Originally Posted by darcotech View Post
    So Ryzen 9 3850x is Threadripper 2950x+ in disguise?
    Just imagine how much process power is coming to a consumer platform! Wow

    AMD is pushing everyone else and we should thank them for that.
    With even more efficient architecture to boot, almost seems to good to be true!

    Hopefully the TDP will be manageable with a x470 board, will be a nice upgrade from a 2700x.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series listed by Singapore retailer

    *fingers crossed* AMD rumor mill always tends to generate unrealistically high expectations

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series listed by Singapore retailer

    This is one launch I've been waiting for so I can finally build a decent new PC for my mum for a fraction of the cost compared to an Intel platform, even if the IPC doesn't stretch as far as Intel it's worth the wait.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series listed by Singapore retailer

    Was starting to price up a new AMD based rig, no rush so it looks like I'll hang tight for a little bit longer Evolution not revolution, but it all helps!

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series listed by Singapore retailer

    Quote Originally Posted by darcotech View Post
    So Ryzen 9 3850x is Threadripper 2950x+ in disguise? ...
    Well, it is if all you want is MOAR COARS!! For people who care about the platform, Threadripper 29xx on the X399 platform offers quad-channel memory and up to 60 PCIe lanes (v dual channel memory and max 20 PCIe lanes on AM4). So it depends on your workload. Still plenty of life in Threadripper yet.

    And don't forget that we'll almost certainly see a new Threadripper release not too far down the line. It'll be interesting to see where they top that out now Ryzen's rumoured to be getting 16 Cores. I imagine they'll do 16, 24 and 32 core versions (4 chiplets with 4/6/8 cores enable each), with the lowest core-count bridging the gap between the consumer and prosumer space again (like they did with the original Ryzen/Threadripper line-up)

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series listed by Singapore retailer

    Seems with ram prices also coming back down this might just be reachable for my next rebuild.

    Happy days!

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series listed by Singapore retailer

    AFTER all this Apple is going the ARM direction.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series listed by Singapore retailer

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    AFTER all this Apple is going the ARM direction.
    It's just a shame they can't go RISC-V, but they have a lot invested in ARM software now. No reason they can't make an ARM chip this quick.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series listed by Singapore retailer

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    AFTER all this Apple is going the ARM direction.
    Why does AMD care? Apple have never used AMD processors (afaik) so no loss. But it doez benefit them indirectly as a hammer blow to Intel.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series listed by Singapore retailer

    Quote Originally Posted by scaryjim View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by darcotech View Post
    So Ryzen 9 3850x is Threadripper 2950x+ in disguise? ...
    Well, it is if all you want is MOAR COARS!! For people who care about the platform, Threadripper 29xx on the X399 platform offers quad-channel memory and up to 60 PCIe lanes (v dual channel memory and max 20 PCIe lanes on AM4). So it depends on your workload. Still plenty of life in Threadripper yet.

    And don't forget that we'll almost certainly see a new Threadripper release not too far down the line. It'll be interesting to see where they top that out now Ryzen's rumoured to be getting 16 Cores. I imagine they'll do 16, 24 and 32 core versions (4 chiplets with 4/6/8 cores enable each), with the lowest core-count bridging the gap between the consumer and prosumer space again (like they did with the original Ryzen/Threadripper line-up)
    I have Threadripper 1950x and I know how great it is.My compile times have been shortened to the point I am no longer afraid to run a build and see what's happened as I do not need to wait for half an hour.

    It is great thing, and to think that similar is coming to consumer level is great.

    Do you guys remember how i7-7700k was the top cpu to buy for most and it was just 4c/8t. Then AMD upped their game. Look at what you can buy now. Being AMD or Intel. It is the great CPU era again.
    Wish AMD can bring the same fight on GPU side.
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    Re: AMD Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series listed by Singapore retailer

    Quote Originally Posted by skidu View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by darcotech View Post
    So Ryzen 9 3850x is Threadripper 2950x+ in disguise?
    Just imagine how much process power is coming to a consumer platform! Wow

    AMD is pushing everyone else and we should thank them for that.
    With even more efficient architecture to boot, almost seems to good to be true!

    Hopefully the TDP will be manageable with a x470 board, will be a nice upgrade from a 2700x.
    I think x470 will be fine, I'm hoping my b450 board will handle it so I can upgrade once the second wave of stock hits as I imagine prices will be high to start with.

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