AMD’s Next Gen x86 High Performance Core is Code Named “Zen”

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  1. nCrypt

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    Nah, not taking into consideration.

    so still then comparison @ IDLE

    1800x with 360mm rad 30-40 idle
    5960x with 240mm and cooling a strix 1080 24C and 29C

    not that the temps are an issue anyway, because even in games, the temps go up all of 1-5C from idle temps, thats it.

    so still then comparison @ GAMING is more interesting.

    1800x with 360mm rad 40-50
    5960x with 240mm and cooling a strix 1080 45C and 41C

    interesting.
     
  2. G-PhresH

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    Yeah gotta take off 20*C of those temps if you have a "X" chip.
     
  3. TaroT

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    i found locking the voltages as described by Sarg worked really well for me lowered power and temps leave on auto things hit 1.5 every now and then and get very warm :)

    as for those leaks...lovin it.
    249=329 here if the 1700 is anything to go by.
    so that aims it dead at the 7600k.
    now IF the 1600x performs the same sort of way single thread as the big brothers which i guess it should straight out speed wise it should be close to a 1800x...yes? which would make it a lot friendlier to the gaming slant BUT still having 12 threads much better in anything multi.

    same issues though with any of them the single threaded performance but unlocked..overclocked...who knows :)

    April should be a very interesting month...may even save up and buy my daughter a new setup
     
  4. TaroT

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    yes...temps
    ok mine on auto at 4g was hitting 95...yes 95 and not crashing but the weird thing is hwinfo reported 2 different temps that kept in line with each other...the lower was 75.

    now in prime 95(i hate that thing) i managed to get the lower of the temps to 93 and then prime crashed...not the computer just prime.

    manually setting the volts to 1.387 has fixed that and now at 4g i don't get over 80 top figure and 70 lower figure.

    so for me i am more inclined to believe the lower figure not the tcl figure.

    as for cooling whatever you put on really has to cover the entire heatspreader if you look at the thermals on one of those videos the guy heats it up on the plate it is very even not really any big hotspots like the intels.
     
  5. bobster

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    My Thermaltake CL-P022-AL12RE-A Riing Silent 12 is keeping temps around "60'c" in game, allegedly this is mean to be more like 40's
     
  6. TaroT

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    cn someone with hwinfo check temps and see if they get what i saw especially the 1700 which is supposed to be the correct temps.(tcl vs the other reading :) )
     
  7. sammy_b0i

    sammy_b0i Laugh it up, fuzzball!

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    Hnngh :weirdo:
     
  8. Aussiejuggalo

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    Those idle temps I get on my 3570K, load is easily 60 than again Ivy Bridge was pretty shitty in terms of temps :rolleyes:.

    I'll have to add some stress tests to my benchmarks and see how the temps are, doing a bunch of game benchmarks to see how the 1800X compares with my current setup. Slightly unfair because the 1800X will be using faster RAM & SSD's but oh well :p.
     
  9. mAJORD

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    That's not unreasonable actually. XFR single core boost VID can be as high as 1.55v, but the actual (offset) voltage would be lower - 1.45-1.5ish.
     
  10. Bertross

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    pics when landed. :thumbup: Should have my babies on Monday.
     
  11. TaroT

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    well....isn't that interesting....same date as the release of the e5's etc it seems...coincidence...i think not :)

    who wants to throw up a pool that the Vega will release at the same time....

    and if not a coincidence...why?
    http://www.marketwired.com/press-re...p-pcs-starting-april-11-worldwide-2203321.htm

    found it

    http://www.berserkcomputers.co.uk/microsoft-windows-vista-reaches-end-of-support-11th-april-2017/

    they are all celebrating vista being buried :p
     
  12. sammy_b0i

    sammy_b0i Laugh it up, fuzzball!

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  13. Bertross

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    nice, let us know how the Carbon goes Sammy
     
  14. TaroT

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    ok Baymax Qcodes...who knows them :)

    start up 24 all good but as soon as i load realbench it pops 44 (once a FF)
    now it will realbench all day long as well as everything else and i cannot find anything about a code 44.
    now the image bench is down a little on what it was yesterday but not by much and superpi si the same so i, m a little stumped.
     
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    Good to see they've set a date. Really looking forward to seeing how the 1400 and 1500x do against the i3s and i5s they're priced against. 1500x the same price as an i3 7350k and $50 cheaper than an i5 7600k and not that far behind in default clock speeds.
     
  17. m0n4g3

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    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?3018-Maximus-Debug-LED-Codes&p=19907&viewfull=1#post19907

    https://www.asus.com/support/faq/1002017/
     
  18. bobster

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    Yay looks like ITX boards coming out soon, bye C6H
     
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    yeah i found those still at a bit of a loss if they are error codes or just telling me something else.
    anyway just ran all the 3dmarks even the api tests and all of them my 1800x beat my oc 4.5 6700 in total scores(mostly because of the physics of course but still :) and in 4k it beat it handily.

    on the front page there is a story of the 1080ti/fe on a stock 7700k vs a 4g 1700 with i think some interesting results(the 7700k of course wins quite handily at the lower reses but at 4k same story.
    if you have a ryzen though and play lower reses no difference between the 2 cards in low res.

    at the end the update with the cpu usage...the ryzens have so much room left to move :)
     
  20. Sgt Bilko

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    Niiiiiice

    24 and 44 are normal, I get them when running daily stuff so don't stress.
     

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