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    Leaked benchmarks show sizable Intel Sunny Cove IPC uplift

    The batch of single core CPU-Z benchmark runs also features some new AMD Ryzen 3000 chips.
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    Re: Leaked benchmarks show sizable Intel Sunny Cove IPC uplift

    This should have been plastered with "rumour" stamps everywhere. It's not just a wccftech article, it's a random dead link to a picture on baidu it came from. It is literally just a colour coded screenshot that looks like a CPU-Z output but with no backup, no watermarkkng, nothing. I could go and mock this up in a heartbeat in Paint for petes sake. Obviously anything "leaked" could be faked and mocked up but honestly.

    It's very unjust for the CPU market to report this the way it has been. Sure it could be possible there is a 40% IPC uplift but it's either a misreport of frequency by CPU-Z (not the first time) or Intel really have sorted their game out.

    I'd rather the latter but this is just beyond believabilty right now.
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    Re: Leaked benchmarks show sizable Intel Sunny Cove IPC uplift

    Very confusing 'news' article! Talking about chips not coming out until 2020, but concluding that:
    Quote Originally Posted by hexus
    2019 is looking like it will be a vintage year for CPUs
    The slide showing Intel are saying 18% increase in IPC at a given frequency is fine, but then it gets even more confusing as Hexus talk about a non-iso frequency picture and use it to make a comment about iso-frequency IPC, which as noted above is utterly dependant on an accurate frequency report in the first place. Why the 9900 and 9700 are only represented at overclocked frequencies I don't quite get.

    So also in line with previous comment, I don't think this should have been presented under such a leading title. Also title implies there are more than one benchmark, but it only talks about one?

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    Re: Leaked benchmarks show sizable Intel Sunny Cove IPC uplift

    Please prepare your salt shaker…
    *Buys bulk amount of salt*

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    Re: Leaked benchmarks show sizable Intel Sunny Cove IPC uplift

    If we are doing crazy unreferenced benchmarks, here's a geekbench with a massive 69% increase in performance versus skylake! Orrr, that's just one type of metric...

    https://m.imgur.com/S8Z339c

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    Re: Leaked benchmarks show sizable Intel Sunny Cove IPC uplift

    Like I know you say take it with salt but its clearly fake right?
    AMD Pinncale Ryzen is for starters typed wrong and it should be Pinnacle Ridge if I am correct.

    Intels 18% IPC is such a bold claim I cannot reasonable accept it as truth, Intel are just as bad (if not worse) than Nvidia for lying/bending the truth so I expect to see very limited scenarios (probably AVX related) and thats it. Rest of the chip will be no better and its extremely limited in the mobile market, ryzen will have sizable market share by the time this gets to desktop.
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    Re: Leaked benchmarks show sizable Intel Sunny Cove IPC uplift

    you could grit the driveway with the amount of salt needed for this article!

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    Re: Leaked benchmarks show sizable Intel Sunny Cove IPC uplift

    Sunny lake (according to quote in article) is designed for and is tailored for low latency and burst workloads so depending on what is being tested it could show a huge up tick in relative performance.

    Do I actually think there will be such a huge performance boost across the board as suggested in the second image... um nope.

    I can however believe the 18% because it's over SKYLAKE....which is from 2015 and has had several nerfs due to the patches for things like spectre. Actually when you think about it that alone should show the second image is pretty much a load of rubbish.

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    Re: Leaked benchmarks show sizable Intel Sunny Cove IPC uplift

    For some reason I was once again reminded of the sage words of one Homer J Simpson, Esq...

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    Re: Leaked benchmarks show sizable Intel Sunny Cove IPC uplift

    As an aside is sunny cove going to have solved the exploits like spectre etc?

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    Re: Leaked benchmarks show sizable Intel Sunny Cove IPC uplift

    Quote Originally Posted by chj View Post
    As an aside is sunny cove going to have solved the exploits like spectre etc?
    As far as can be told, they have the same mitigations as 9th gen.

    At least from doing cursory googling about Intels plans for the fixes.

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