Discussion in 'AMD x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by luke o, Dec 27, 2018.
Im still getting random restarts...screen goes black and PC reboots.
There was a post from NVIDIA about BSOD and their drivers on Ryzen 3000 series, but that was 10 days ago.
I get this when exiting some games, when trying to load the desktop again, cursor wigs out and I have to reboot:
The description for Event ID 14 from source nvlddmkm cannot be found. Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer or the installation is corrupted. You can install or repair the component on the local computer.
If the event originated on another computer, the display information had to be saved with the event.
The following information was included with the event:
CMDre 00000000 00000200 00000000 00000005 00000015
The message resource is present but the message was not found in the message table.
Intel "Ice Lake" IPC Best-Case a Massive 40% Uplift Over "Skylake," 18% IPC on Average.
i'll believe it when i see it.. intel loves to BS with its marketing
We all remember that 28core CPU at 5Ghz cooled with an industrial water chilling unit under the desk 4 times the size of the PC case lol
When was the last time we saw an 18% IPC / 40% overall performance improvement from Intel?
They achieved an 18% IPC improvement over Skylake, a CPU series that was launched in 2015.. Congratulations guys, that is exceptional
intel will have to pull something out of the bag. as for gigahurtz at 7nm they might manage a tad more (couple of 100 MHz?). if amd's process is anything to go by.
Wonder what tricks they're using.
Convert FPU/SSE instructions to 512 AVX somehow?
Would that work? 8x 64 bit words each with their own operator?
Or adding extra FPUs Athlon 1.0 styles?
No real tricks, it's just a (significantly) wider evolution of skylake - well, Cannonlake technically
can anyone explain how the 3900x is beating stuff like 2950WX? is the improved IPC @ 12 cores really that much it beats the second gen 16 cores? Or is this a bad benchmark to compare em?
Crazy seeing it beat the intel 28 core!
IPC uplift in Gen 3 was significant.
Improved memory latency
Increased cache sizes
Double Infinity Fabric bandwidth
Yes, the next Threadripper using Zen2 is going to be a monster and will dominate so hard
I see the MSI max parts are turning up in retail, that was pretty quick.
Yeh I would expect threadripper to hit it out of the park. I would expect quite higher boost and sustained clocks. Its likely the new memory configuration will really fly with 4 dimms.
More cores isn't always the answer even with highly threaded workloads, often there is balance between IPC and cores.
The 32 core threadripper will be a monster. 12Mb L2, 128Mb L3. Threadrippers really struggled and most of zen2 improvements are likely to have a bigger impact on threadripper than any other AMD chip.
Have they started to sell them yet, or did they just insta sell-out ?
went live 1pm our time yesterday, sold out a few min after release. went quick but i assume they didnt have much in the way of stock. the 3800x went first
they didnt list quantity of each, i was trying to catch a glimpse of goldens vs duds but had no joy ;C
This post has it all - https://forums.overclockers.com.au/posts/18267731/
sold out it is.
guessin that pic must hurt the intel snobs ...
Just a heads up for anyone having stability issues with Ryzen.
I had issues with my Ryzen 3900x.
Issues were predominately to do with no matter what load I put on the CPU, it would lock up in games or any kind of stress test.
Turned out to be that the ram sticks needed to be in slots 2 and 4 to run XMP.
Once I did that, I was able to clock my ram to 3733 CL15 with no issues or crashing.
7750 score in Cinebench @4.4 all core.
Never had stability issues like that, gaming was always stable, but I did put the ram in 2 and 4 from first setup, shows that in the manual, yeah even after 20+ years of building PC's I still read through the manual..
A lot of those System Warning Events I get in Event Viewer happens on my wifes 8700k/Apex machine too, so it's not the Ryzen machine causing it.
It has to be Windows 10 1903, didn't see any of them in previous versions.
nt really they sait its not profitable for them and only a limited number so I guess they sole ther 2 units on hand
I cant see why anyone would pay for a performance decrease so they are not going to be popular
wrong on both accounts.
but keep trying.
no its not they even stated this and a locked processor at 4.2ghz will be slower than one @ 4.6ghz self boosted hell even if ti only hits 4.4ghz in games your better off not locking it and@ 4.2 and paying their $809 price
Q1: Why are you binning these CPUs if they have such little overclocking headroom?
A1: With each launch (and this one in particular), we've had a larger and larger demand to carry these CPUs. As long as we can break even on the labor, I don't mind carrying them a short while and gathering some overclocking statistics to add onto our chart. There has always been more than enough demand on our end, so we will address it.