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    AMD product guide mentions as yet unannounced Ryzen 7 3750X

    It may be an OEM-only part as there isn't much space between its nearest neighbours.
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    Re: AMD product guide mentions as yet unannounced Ryzen 7 3750X

    Two chiplets with 4 cores each for double the L3 cache would be interesting.

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    Re: AMD product guide mentions as yet unannounced Ryzen 7 3750X

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    Two chiplets with 4 cores each for double the L3 cache would be interesting.
    I would guess this is probably it, more cache but more CCD latency.

    Basically making 8 core processors with 2 defective CCDs rather than one full core CCD

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    Re: AMD product guide mentions as yet unannounced Ryzen 7 3750X

    A little bit strange specs. May it's really designed for some very specific use)

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    Re: AMD product guide mentions as yet unannounced Ryzen 7 3750X

    I'll bet on the usual 8 core but 3.8GHz base and 4.45GHz Turbo? If 2 chiplet they will disable some L3 cache. There is typically only 3% difference between the 3700X & 3800X so would customers really care? The focus is on a 3700X that can't fit the 65w TDP and would fry eggs at 3800X PBO. Stick with the 3700X and use the small saving towards better cooling.

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    Re: AMD product guide mentions as yet unannounced Ryzen 7 3750X

    Quote Originally Posted by tygrus View Post
    I'll bet on the usual 8 core but 3.8GHz base and 4.45GHz Turbo? If 2 chiplet they will disable some L3 cache. There is typically only 3% difference between the 3700X & 3800X so would customers really care? The focus is on a 3700X that can't fit the 65w TDP and would fry eggs at 3800X PBO. Stick with the 3700X and use the small saving towards better cooling.
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    Re: AMD product guide mentions as yet unannounced Ryzen 7 3750X

    Quote Originally Posted by Percy1983 View Post
    I would guess this is probably it, more cache but more CCD latency.

    Basically making 8 core processors with 2 defective CCDs rather than one full core CCD
    The 3500X says that they now have some 4 core chiplets kicking around. Perhaps they have a lot of them

    Would seem an odd choice for OEM use where they like 65W parts to cut costs on cooling, motherboards and PSU. If they leave the cache enabled then enthusiasts might get interested though.

    ... or it might be a typo of 3950X

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