Ryzen 3000 series CPUs

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  1. PureFire

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    3700x review

    Only able to o/clock to 4.25Ghz all cores due to heat
    9900k and 3700x are within 10% performance of each other depending on benchmark

    Edit: Using chilled water (ice) he got 4.4Ghz all core o/clock

     
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    Also beat his all time best cinebench 9900k score with the 3700x. That's impressive. That isn't even looking at the 3800x or the 3900/3950x. Wow.
     
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    the real question is will there be a 3700 with <65w.

    im happy to take out some perf for lower system heat
     
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    holy shit that guy's annoying.

    interesting though.. Was thinking 4.4ish might be doable on 3700x, but looks like that might be difficult unless you get a good chip. Esp when you start hitting up AVX loads - being 256bit wide now you'll see similar issues intel does.

    looks like pretty much default ryzen behaviour though otherwise
     
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    Baah, video is gone.
     
  6. PureFire

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    Your aren't missing much. He's a terrible reviewer, even releasing a review video before embargo.
     
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    What is the exact time for the embargo to end?
     
  8. El Dudrino

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    11pm AEST I think
     
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    yeah, 2 hours from now.
     
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    Yes, they are a redistributor. I haven't dealt wit them for many years but they were always pretty ordinary and expensive. I didn't think they sold directly to the public so the prices listed might be slightly inflated so that the retailers who are actually selling them look like they have better pricing. A lot of PC retailers put a lower margin on the CPU as that is often the parts that get compared. Whoever has the cheapest CPU then often automatically gets the sale.
     
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    -edit oops , already posted..

    (Chiphell)

    TLDR 3700x = 96% of a 9900k @ 63% power




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    Drilling down to the power figures - have to wonder if PBO is enabled with some of these benches though - shouldn't be drawing that much power, and is too close to an uncapped 9900k .... (yet is still blowing it into the water efficency wise at this perf level)
     

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    What I find the most interesting from those benchmarks is that in the gaming scores, the 3900X shows less than 3% gain over the 3700X. This probably isn't a huge surprise as the target for the 3900X isn't likely to be people who only game. You can spend the extra money and get performance on par with the 3700X but also gain significant benefits in other workloads.
     
  18. PureFire

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    games were benched at 1440p, which isnt an ideal CPU benchmark.
     
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    That's cause hes running the Gaming tests at 1440p which is just working the 2080ti not so much the CPU.

    Not long now for some real benchmarks
     
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    several reasons.

    -Games aren't going to benefit from the extra threads.

    -it's probably not boosting much higher under the 4-6 thread utilised load of most games

    -As I mentioned earlier - Memory latency is a bottleneck.
     

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