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    AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU (Zen 3, Vermeer) test in AoTS leaked

    Results cast a shadow on the Intel i9-10900K. The Zen 3 launch event is on Thursday, 8th Oct.
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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU (Zen 3, Vermeer) test in AoTS leaked

    So that's the final nail then, until Intel pulls their finger out.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU (Zen 3, Vermeer) test in AoTS leaked

    So I'll wait a year or two for prices on these to fall a bit and I'll bag one to drop in to my B450 mobo to last me another 4 years. What a time to be alive!

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU (Zen 3, Vermeer) test in AoTS leaked

    These will not work on B350.
    The more you live, less you die. More you play, more you die. Isn't it great.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU (Zen 3, Vermeer) test in AoTS leaked

    As we don't have Intels 11th Gen new superfin yet I think those numbers above potentially puts those products in the same performance category so be interesting looks like AMD ahead of the game at the moment but equally Intels 11th Gen maybe in same ball park or slight ahead still hard to gauge but if Superfin 17%/18% better than 10th Gen add that to Intels figures above there maybe still a battle looming.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU (Zen 3, Vermeer) test in AoTS leaked

    Intel will bounce back, they always do. But AMD should monopolise on the advantage while they can.

    I'm more interested in the HEDT space, and I'm thinking that will get some disruption in the next couple of years.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU (Zen 3, Vermeer) test in AoTS leaked

    Quote Originally Posted by PMMEASURES View Post
    but if Superfin
    I wouldn't take Intel's word on anything, you shouldn't either.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU (Zen 3, Vermeer) test in AoTS leaked

    Its going to be at least a year for Intel to get faster kit. 9 Months at the earliest cos thats what it takes time wise to do new silicon. If they still having issues with their process tech? It could be 2 years.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU (Zen 3, Vermeer) test in AoTS leaked

    Quote Originally Posted by edmundhonda View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by PMMEASURES View Post
    but if Superfin
    I wouldn't take Intel's word on anything, you shouldn't either.
    hense ... "if" :-) until silicon in real peoples hands and independently benched it is all just "If's" but if those numbers do translate into real world.. as I say the battle "could" still on or equally not lol.

    I Should say I am in the AMD camp over Intel ;-) both have pro and cons though and Intel have shot themselves in the foot of late so to speak and it does also come down to what the end user regards as being important to them different users look for different metrics be you a Gamer/Business User/ Scientific User/ Video/Media content creator/Data Center.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU (Zen 3, Vermeer) test in AoTS leaked

    Quote Originally Posted by darcotech View Post
    These will not work on B350.
    Should make the 3000 series nice and cheap though.


    Quote Originally Posted by PMMEASURES View Post
    As we don't have Intels 11th Gen new superfin yet
    But aren't those 10nm, and Intel have most of their fabs set to make 14nm parts. So they might go like the clappers, but that only matters if you can actually buy them.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU (Zen 3, Vermeer) test in AoTS leaked

    Quote Originally Posted by PMMEASURES View Post
    As we don't have Intels 11th Gen new superfin yet I think those numbers above potentially puts those products in the same performance category so be interesting looks like AMD ahead of the game at the moment but equally Intels 11th Gen maybe in same ball park or slight ahead still hard to gauge but if Superfin 17%/18% better than 10th Gen add that to Intels figures above there maybe still a battle looming.
    Intel haven't done themselves any favours by limiting core counts and increasing pricing and segregating product stacks by limiting what works on which chipset (let alone security flaws galore). Honestly they could come out with something superb tomorrow and I wouldn't buy from them, my money would go to AMD even if they performed slightly slower IPC wise, pricing and feature wise they're really putting the boot into Intel.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU (Zen 3, Vermeer) test in AoTS leaked

    I probably won't buy one, but it's still brilliant to see AMD bringing some sort of competition to the table.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU (Zen 3, Vermeer) test in AoTS leaked

    I'm taking this with bucketloads of salt until I see some independent benchmarking.

    There's 3 obvious issues with this leak:

    • The AMD bench has double the physical RAM installed (32GB vs 16GB)
    • The Intel bench results are from 4 months ago and there's nothing regarding the GPU driver installed which might affect the results (late May vs earlier today, in itself questionable that a leak can happen that fast)
    • We don't know what frequency either CPU is operating at or whether they're running at stock or overclocked frequencies.


    So I'm holding fire on giving AMD credit until we see some actual independent results that suggest that this is accurate.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU (Zen 3, Vermeer) test in AoTS leaked

    Jensen be like " hey Su can you send some next gen chips for benchmark on our Ampere GPUs?"

    Su be like "sorry they are simply overwhelming for you"

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU (Zen 3, Vermeer) test in AoTS leaked

    Quote Originally Posted by PMMEASURES View Post
    it does also come down to what the end user regards as being important to them different users look for different metrics be you a Gamer/Business User/ Scientific User/ Video/Media content creator/Data Center.
    If the rumours are correct, it looks like AMD will win practically all those metrics.

    But I agree with the note of caution. Thankfully, not all that long to wait to find out.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X CPU (Zen 3, Vermeer) test in AoTS leaked

    I don't have an Intel based system left after the last round of upgrades retired my X5670.
    3 x Ryzen 2000 based systems (the cpu's were extremely keenly priced) and an AMD 5150 quad core as an rtmp server are the main systems in use now

    Oh I forgot I have a Xeon based server/nas. Shortly to be replaced with a Ryzen build as I can get 8c16t in less than the Xeons 85W TDP for 4c8t
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