AMD RyZen CPU Architecture for 2017

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  1. Kaotik

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    Actually it's just 15W by default and configurable between 9 to 25 watts
     
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    Slide footnotes:





    And a Raven Ridge high-quality x-ray, it's 209.78mm^2:

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    From TechReport, here's a slide comparing 2700U to a Kaby Lake 7500U + Geforce 950M

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    Its looking good but I need to see actually independent measurable benchmarks on energy performance in real devices. November 2nd cannot come soon enough.
     
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    So its November 2nd. Has anyone seen any reviews?
     
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    No launch reviews, this does not bode well :/
     
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    I have a feeling that the Zen2 CCX will have 8 cores. I'm speaking this after the Carnard PC leak for Zen2 Epyc.
     
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    Unlikely, either 4 or 6 core CCX's and possibly more than 2 CCXs per chip, regardless if the supposed leak has any credibility
     
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    Sam rarely leaks anything he's not really confident in. And he was the first to publish Ryzen benchmarks—that I know of.
     
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    The "5GHz Zen" wasn't worth anyones confidence, even though he claims it's true it's so far from reality at least I can't just take his word for it
     
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    Transistor density has gone up FOUR times. sRAM cell is the smaller on the 7nm market and power reduction is awesome.

    Two 8-core Zen CCX2 with double the cache(thanks to higher sRAM density) gives us 64MB of L3 cache in a 16-core Ryzen. Four of those Ryzen dies gives us the 256MB of L3 cache is leaked for EPYC by CPChardware.
     
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    Do we even have actual density figures for GloFo's 7nm process? Or even TSMC's, for that matter?
     
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    Ye. [​IMG]
     
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    #2736 Arnold Beckenbauer, Nov 14, 2017
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    Cinebench is notoriously Zen-friendly, but that's very good indeed, close to a desktop Ivy Bridge—possibly better than some Ivy i5s. Beating Iris Pro in graphics is quite nice too. I honestly didn't expect that much of a leap in graphics, and I wonder why AMD didn't announce more than marginal improvements on that front. Perhaps we ought to wait for more reviews to verify those results, but they do seem very promising.
     
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    You know: Who cares about CineBench?
    But on the other hand: It's a huge improvement compared to my A10-9600P.
     
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    FYI, apusilicon is my shitty blog.
    I added a gameplay video with instantaneous power.
    It will drink around 40W +/-3W when going all out but with framerate capping and lower resolution I was able to get around 20W +/- 3W.
     
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    Can you tell something about clocks, when you play games like Crysis 3. My A10-9600P (HP15) runs with 1,1GHz/450-480 MHz.

    About your video:
    It looks, like it (Envy x360) uses mXFR (25W TDP).
     
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