Discussion in 'AMD x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by luke o, Dec 27, 2018.
Can we stop referring to him please, he it just encourages him in this thread
did you miss my post a page back
I said I dont see up sniffing intel glue on the desktop line up any time soon
It's hardly new.
If that link works properly you should see the year 07 on it.
I'm pretty sure there are older. You could even make the case that the pentium pro was 'glued'.
Do you still need the AMD Ryzen power plan for Ryzen 3?
Also Rob from AMD technical posted about the higher than normal idle voltages, seems it's got to do with monitoring tools:
I bought mine $469.
4790k was a high water mark. Neither and nor intel have significantly moved on from its stock single thread performance.
Was expecting more than 10%. Maybe of can lift to 20%
You're really starting to head into treeplant territory now.
Hmmm very interesting
Should check out the 5960x benchmarks as well..
Given its a haswell-e cpu.
8 cores 16 threads ... haswell based cpu with ddr4 at 2133mhz.
And 3.0gb base and 3.6 turbo.
The J cpu regularly overclock to 4.5ghz as well
Someone should line up all of intels and amd’s 6 and 8 cores cpus and bench them at a fixes speed eg 4.0ghz and 3.0ghz. to work out the succesive ipc gains ..and ote and post mitigation of the spectre etc...
Looking at your bench link it does look closer to 20% faster ST
Lets say its 20%..
I dont think.. the 4770K has the same IPC... and release date was June 2013
the 4790K release date was June 2014..
the last 5-6 years.. has given us a 20% increase in IPC and more cores only...
Important tidbit directly from AMD about Zen 2 idle voltages and the cc6 sleep state and the measurements of both - https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/cbls9g/the_final_word_on_idle_voltages_for_3rd_gen_ryzen/
Explains why I'm seeing high idle volts on my 3700x.
TLDR: Schrodinger's voltage.
Can't measure it without upping it.
If anyone, you have all the necessary CPUs to do this.
That's been pretty much the case since sandy though.. in 5 yrs from 2600k to 6700k (2011 to late 2015) was also 20-25% ST uplift.. BUT you didn't even get more cores. At least you're getting that now on mainstream socket
Strangely it makes even less sense now you've repeated it
Msi is a shame. So far their bios is nothing but rubbish. I want to buy a mobo but the beta "bios" doesn't work...
There's only one person that's been sniffing glue around here.
THere are lots of people that have bought a 3xxx chip so its more than one it seems
Intel's research and development team and during the process it dripped onto a sample?
I’m tempted to go to a 3900x from the 2700X I’m running now but it won’t be until prices go down/there’s a sale and even then it’s only if my strix X470-I will allow it ♂️