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Old 5th December 2016, 10:10 PM   #31
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any ECC support on the mainstream chipsets?
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Old 6th December 2016, 8:48 AM   #32
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10 years time Phil will be benching old windows 7/8/10 intel i5 / i7 boxes with Nvidia 10x0 cards I'm sure.
Haha, yea that's it
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Old 3rd January 2017, 9:55 AM   #33
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I havent owned an AMD cpu since 1090, I am way out of touch and do not understand the heirarchy at all.

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Old 3rd January 2017, 10:08 AM   #34
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Well it went to the FX series. FX4xxx, FX6xxx, FX8xxx and FX9xxx.

The FX4xxx has four cores. FX6xxx has six, FX8xxx has eight and the FX9xxx has 8 but highly overclocked.

Ignore the FM1/2/2+ sockets, as they're good for APUs but not the enthusiast platform.

New ones will follow the same pattern but they've dropped the FX naming convention and are instead going with SR. As far as I can tell it'll be SR3, SR5 and SR7 but no one knows until it's officially announced. I'd say they'll be split based on cores again, possibly with a combination of [4c/4t, 4c/8t], [6c/6t, 6c/12t], [8c/8t, 8c/16t] one or both of each bracket.

I think they're expected to announce some specifics at CES(?) which starts tomorrow in the US and runs for the week.
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Old 8th January 2017, 2:35 PM   #35
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i may go red if ryzen is any good.
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Old 8th January 2017, 2:45 PM   #36
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Well it went to the FX series. FX4xxx, FX6xxx, FX8xxx and FX9xxx.

The FX4xxx has four cores. FX6xxx has six, FX8xxx has eight and the FX9xxx has 8 but highly overclocked.

Ignore the FM1/2/2+ sockets, as they're good for APUs but not the enthusiast platform.

New ones will follow the same pattern but they've dropped the FX naming convention and are instead going with SR. As far as I can tell it'll be SR3, SR5 and SR7 but no one knows until it's officially announced. I'd say they'll be split based on cores again, possibly with a combination of [4c/4t, 4c/8t], [6c/6t, 6c/12t], [8c/8t, 8c/16t] one or both of each bracket.

I think they're expected to announce some specifics at CES(?) which starts tomorrow in the US and runs for the week.
Do we know they're doing non-hyperthreaded chips?
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There is at least one web page saying AMD will drop a 2 core part into the mix. Its anyones guess what will transpire. AMD are really controlling the media "leaks" this time around. Better than Apple with the iPhone 7 for sure.

Id imagine that the small cores will be a APU with high clocks, as is the way of binning silicon these days
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Old 11th January 2017, 3:17 PM   #38
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Would be super keen to get my hands on an A12-9800E for a nice PicoPSU PC that the father can use...
Most people would love to get their hands on a nice pair of Bristols.
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Old 11th January 2017, 5:19 PM   #39
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I still don't understand it - Why do they insist on putting GPUs in these things?
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I still don't understand it - Why do they insist on putting GPUs in these things?
So one doesn't have to buy a Video card (unless they want to play demanding games)
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So one doesn't have to buy a Video card (unless they want to play demanding games)
And it makes the boards cheaper, with no onboard graphics. I guess it's a matter of node shrinks increasing on-die real estate as well.
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Xbox and Playstation dont mind it ....
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Old 11th January 2017, 6:43 PM   #43
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laptops and OEM's, thats why.


also https://twitter.com/CPCHardware/stat...29683633127424

6c/12t has 65 watt TDP , dont know specs but we know base clock will be minimum 3.4ghz
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Old 11th January 2017, 8:13 PM   #44
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I havent owned an AMD cpu since 1090, I am way out of touch and do not understand the heirarchy at all.

What amazed me about the Phenom II x6 1090, is that with DDR2, you can use ECC sticks and buy 16GB for about $40 for the system.

Certainly gives a good upgrade to an older system.
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Have put the following on the main page, so easy to find.

Hopefully they make platform comparisons a little clearer. But be aware there's some uncertainty around PCIe lane usage on the southbridge, AMD's footnotes don't make 100% sense to me, but pls point out if anything is a miss.






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