AMD: Zen 2 (Ryzen/Threadripper 3000?, Epyc 8000?) Speculation, Rumours and Discussion

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    I got a 3600 with an Dark Rock Pro in a b350Strixx. Mine goes to I think 4.117.
     
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    I can't be the only one who thinks this launch has been a clusterfuck of problems, both Ryzen and Navi.
     
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    Sure, people have lots of opinions.. Thus you can't be
     
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    I have a 5700 reference I fail to see what issues it's launch has had. The whole noise thing is massively overstated.

    Zen2 issues have really been backwards compat/inter op(you don't see many x570 mb issues) . I would rather that then buying a new mb every processor upgrade.
     
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    about 3% - neither here nor there imho
     
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    Should we spin-off Zen 3 discussion :?:
     
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    Yes
     
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    Doesn’t the embargo end today on Threadripper?
     
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    Yep, and AMD confirmed they're releasing 64-core Threadripper 3990X too (will be properly unveiled in January)
     
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    Here's the actual slide instead of photo of a slide :cool:
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    Digesting now but it is kind of fun when one sides top mainstream chip competes with the others HEDT chip. Ouch.
     
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    Ouch, it's a slaughter against Intel at the moment. Also media doing their part, originally Intel and AMD had new HEDT NDAs dropping at the same time, at last moment Intel decided to make theirs end 6 hours early to prevent TR numbers in same reviews. AnandTech refused to release their review until TR NDA is over too, and LinusTechTips, while released their video earlier, had blurred Threadripper results in them (with results arranged from best to worst so everyone knew what's being blurred for sure) and never have I ever seen Linus use such harsh language against anything, compared to what they did to Intel here.
     
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    Wow... go Linus. #16 on Trending as well. It's all about having an official set of benchmark publication not containing new Threadripper for marketing purposes over the next year or two. Looking forward to Anandtech.
     
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    Wow holy shit :shock:
     
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    The pr that had the idea of sending the intel's sample to Linus has already walked the border with mexico and still hasn't stopped running.
     
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