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

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    9900k has a 5ghz single core turbo / 4.7ghz all core combine that with most games only use 4 cores/ 8 threads at best means that stock with good cooling it'll be running close to 5ghz.
     
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    i think i just got an erection
    FUCK intel
     
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    A true AMD anniversary CPU would be the price of a 2600 ($250ish) and would actually be a 2700X with cores turned off for no reason at all.

    Make it happen AMD!
     
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    i wonder if theyll be shitty binned 3000 series :o
     
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    i remember watching an adored tv clip and jim was speculating that the very best cores went to the epyc sku the next best to threadripper and finally into ryzen.
    so i hope its using the usually binned for Epyc cores.
    should be good for 5ghz??
     
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