AMD RyZen CPU Architecture for 2017

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  1. kalelovil

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    The die sizes are almost identical:
    https://pc.watch.impress.co.jp/video/pcw/docs/1108/259/p08.pdf
    https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/amd-ryzen-5-2400g-zen-vega-cpu-gpu,5467-2.html
    Summit Ridge: 213mm2. Raven Ridge: 209.8mm2 (and a small saving by using IHS thermal compound rather than solder).



    Anandtech have published a Raven Ridge laptop review:
    https://www.anandtech.com/show/12709/the-acer-swift-3-sf31541-review-ryzen-meets-laptop
     
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    Yes it was changed. The previous version had 56 pages, the current one has only 50.
     
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    Aw crap, I should have saved that PDF. The laptops' slide is gone now.
    Though the page didn't have anything but pictures IIRC. There were no brand names or any detail.
     
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    Slide/Page 13 of the original (56 Page) PDF shows 32 Ryzen Laptop Offerings. Of these, 11 are already known/commercially available, with the remaining 21 not named by brand + model that are listed as "launching Q2" but it's conceivable that they could be identified at least by brand if not the series/models by some.
     
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    Why is there GPU talk in a CPU Architecture thread? *ahem* Please be aware of what technical thread you're posting in.
     
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    Multi-threaded discussion is hard with interdependencies.¯\_(ツ)_/¯
     
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    32core 4-die Threadripper on the way https://videocardz.com/newz/amd-announces-32-core-ryzen-threadripper-2000-cpu

    Edit: meanwhile Intel has announced a 28core 6core 4Ghz base, 5Ghz boost chip...

    Edit2: Lisa Su in Computex presentation says 5mil Ryzen sold, mostly DiY (so not lots of OEM, though I think thats more EPYC etc)

    (starts about 12min, first few min muted)

    Edit3: Hmm apparently the Intel chip is a bit bollocks, its a SkylakeX and running liquid cooling to an AC unit, -10C below ambient and with an insane power supply


    Edit again: OK so its 2 separate CPUs, 6 core 4Ghz base, 5Ghz single core boost which is 300Mhz more than current top model and they're only building 50,000 of them. https://www.anandtech.com/show/12875/intel-announces-the-core-i78086k-coffee-lake-at-5-ghz (I think I don't buy their suggestion of staying at 95W TDP)

    Then also they showed the 28core running at 5Ghz https://www.anandtech.com/show/12893/intels-28core-5-ghz-cpu-coming-in-q4

    Edit Next: 24core & 32core Threadripper2 samples both at 3Ghz base, 3.4Ghz boost 250W TDP https://www.anandtech.com/show/12906/amd-reveals-threadripper-2-up-to-32-cores-250w-x399-refresh
     
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    Yeah seems to be a limitation of the original socket/mobo implementation
     
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    No they haven't, they've shown a 28-core chip OCd to 5 GHz using compressor-boosted watercooling or compressor cooling. Intel said nothing about the chips clocks when it will be released, but reaching 5 GHz even on one core at stock is unlikely.
    The 4 GHz base 5 GHz boost chip they announced was Core i7-8086K, 6-core chip made to commemorate original 8086, released 40 years ago at 5 MHz.
     
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    Yeah, that 1600W waterchiller was hilarious. Intel came running to the ASUS and Gigabyte booths to have them whisked away after the Threadripper 2 announcement.
    The media have, unfortunately, run with the "news" that it will boost to 5Ghz on all cores.
     
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    Yes I misunderstood initially :embarrased:
    Added that in Edit once I realised.
     
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    Not all media - we used our brains before posting about it ;)
    (but then again, we write in Finnish so it does little for you here)
     
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    It's not like Intel was inexperienced on this one. At the 18c presentation, they conveniently used one of the many X299 board that does not give a rat's arse about honoring the processor's TDP. At least they did it on air cooling back then. :D
     
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