AMD reveals Ryzen 5000 processors, 19% IPC uplift, up to 4.9GHz boost, available Nov 5th

Written by Chad Norton on Thu, Oct 8, 2020 6:07 PM
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AMD has just officially revealed their new next generation of Zen 3-based Ryzen 5000 processors, giving us a look at all the official specs, prices and launch date for the new CPUs. The new Ryzen 5000 processors are officially launching November 5th starting at $299.

First of all, AMD announced 4 new processors at the event, including the Ryzen 9 5900XRyzen 7 5800XRyzen 5 5600X, as well as the top-end Ryzen 9 5950X. These were previously leaked before and it looks like the info from those were pretty much true.

According to AMD, Zen 3 sees a 19% IPC gain over the previous-gen Zen 2 architecture - the largest IPC improvement generation over generation - and a 24% improvement in power efficiency compared to Zen 2. All this culminates in an average of 26% performance improvement in gaming when upgrading from a Ryzen 3000 CPU.

Zen 3 is also apparently a total redesign, with higher frequencies, higher IPC, and lower latency compared to the Zen 2 architecture. With a new layout of the processor, this now brings all cores into a unified 8-core complex, accelerating core-to-core computation. AMD also revealed that this new layout allows every core to directly access the 32MB of L3 cache for reduced memory latency in gaming.

AMD also provided some interested performance benchmark results for the Ryzen 9 5900X when compared to the Core i9-10900K processor from Intel:

In another cheeky dig at Intel, AMD revealed that the Ryzen 9 5900X is also 2.8x more efficient than the i9-10900K when it comes to performance per watt.

AMD Zen 3 Ryzen 5000 processor official specs

CPU Cores Threads Base clock Boost clock Cache L2+L3 TDP Price
Ryzen 9 5950X 16 32 3.4GHz 4.9GHz 72MB 105W $799
Ryzen 9 5900X 12 24 3.7GHz 4.8GHz 70MB 105W $549
Ryzen 7 5800X 8 16 3.8GHz 4.7GHz 36MB 105W $449
Ryzen 5 5600X 6 12 3.7GHz 4.6GHz 35MB 65W $299

In terms of raw gaming performance, AMD showed off some gameplay for Shadow of the Tomb Raider, running on an identical PC setup but comparing the previous-gen Ryzen 9 3900XT to the next-gen Ryzen 9 5900X, with a 28% increase in FPS at 1080p resolution from 141fps average to an average of 181fps.

Zen 3 also boasts a very strong single core performance, and is the first processor to break the 600 score on Cinebench in single-core performance. The Ryzen 9 5900X and Ryzen 9 5950X both reached a score of 631 and 640 respectively.

Finally, AMD wanted to reiterate at the end that their next-next-gen 5nm Zen 4 architecture is still on track and currently in the Design phase.

Radeon RX 6000 GPUs

But AMD didn't stop there, as they know we're all anxiously awaiting their new next-gen Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards. So to prepare us for the official reveal in a few weeks' time, the Red Team gave us a little sneak peak at the kind of performance improvements we can expect.

The new RDNA2-based RX 6000 series sees incredible performance at 4K resolution with Max graphics settings, reaching 61fps in Borderlands 3 at Badass Quality, 73fps in Gears of War 5 at Ultra Quality, and a massive 88fps in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare at Ultra Quality.

So that's it for the official Zen 3 reveal! What did you think? Did you watch it live? Which processor are you most interested in? And how do you feel about the performance increase? Let us know!

Which Zen 3 processor are you most interested in?

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19:22 Oct-19-2020

ALL HAIL AMD!

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10:24 Oct-18-2020

I'm curious about AMD's pricing on the 5700x in particular. $150+ more for just 2 more physical cores, a negligible 100 MHz bump in core clocks, only 1mb more of cashe, nearly twice the power consumption. It seems gimmicky to me . To be clear, I'm an AMD fan and absolutely love what they have done and continue to do with regards to the PC market. But, why not go straight to the 5900x (if you can afford it) and get much more noticeable gains when compared the the 5600x. The 5700x looks to be, imho, a poor price to performance choice. I am very interested in hearing your replys! I honestly may be missing something about the 5700x so please, let me know if I'm wrong in my thoughts.

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14:23 Oct-10-2020

That is alot of game cache
For now zen 3 made zen 2 more appealing to me . I wonder which will end up being overal better a r7 3700x or a r5 5600x since they ll cost about the same. For gaming I am gonna assume the r5 5600x will be better but in multitasking its questionable. Will see the reviews and comparisons after they ll be released.

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18:47 Oct-11-2020

Smart call

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04:12 Oct-10-2020

iam so confused shall i buy new pc with amd specs now ryzen3600 msi tomahak max b450 or carbon max or shall i wait for buy b550 model with ryzen 5600x but i think new b550 mb and cpu are going to be expensive

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10:23 Oct-11-2020

depends on your budget. If you want to go cheaper, then go for the b450 and r5 3600, if you don't care about the money go for the b550 and r5 5600x.

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10:24 Oct-11-2020

Doesn't matter which one you choose, both will play games with hundreds of FPS and both will for sure play with 60fps+ for the next 4-5 years or so.

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13:45 Oct-11-2020

If you're willing to buy a used 3600, you could save quite a bit of money.
As long as you can confirm that the CPU is in working order (prior to buying it), you shouldn't have any issues whatsoever.

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06:37 Oct-16-2020

from my experience buying and selling used computer parts, cpu is actually the part that im rarely have an issue with, probably like 1 every 50 pcs of used cpu, the more concerning parts usually are either psu or the harddrive so i think you could save a lot of money going on the used part

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12:09 Oct-16-2020

Interesting username.
Are you an active trader?

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00:31 Oct-12-2020

Your PC is 15 years old so might as well wait a few weeks and grab a B550 board with the Ryzen 5600x along with the AMD 5600xt graphics card and 16GB of ram with SSD storage and a 1440p motherboard that will be a mammoth upgrade my friend.

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17:57 Oct-12-2020

will do

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02:34 Oct-12-2020

Btw, heard from GN that most B450 boards will receive the BIOS updates for the 5XXX CPU's January next year. So if you can't wait and really want a 5XXX CPU you'll have to get a B550 mobo.

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17:57 Oct-12-2020

yeap

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13:08 Oct-09-2020

I was actually a bit underwhelmed, somehow I had higher expectations. It's still a very good jump again for AMD, don't get me wrong, but somehow I expected a bit more performance out of the new gen. Nevertheless I'm still very happy that my 9900k isn't made obselete haha, seems to be reasonably on par with the 5800X, which is priced a bit higher at the moment.

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17:01 Oct-09-2020

CPU development is really slow in general. GPUs have made insane strides, CPUs have not. Partly due to the nature of how differently they work to begin with. I'm still sitting here with my 5960X OC and I really don't see a need in upgrading just yet (for games, anyway).

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17:51 Oct-09-2020

CPU development is fast, it's just that AMD and Intel are focused on making small but many cores for servers since that's where the money is at.

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22:15 Oct-09-2020

So, in practical terms, it's slow...

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10:41 Oct-10-2020

yes and no. In practical terms it's fast for servers, in desktop applications and about 99% of software it's about a decade behind.

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19:28 Oct-10-2020

heres something to consider - from zen 1 to zen 3 (4 generations) AMD has effectively doubled its effective ipc (is ipc+clock speed) for its top cpu if its claims come out true (1.19x increase this time). at the same time, the top scores in cinebench went from 381 to 640 (1.68x). intel in the same timeframe went from 446 to 518 (1.16x).

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19:31 Oct-10-2020

that's an increase based on increases in clock speed (4.1 to 4.9) and ipc (those are single thread scores).

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10:26 Oct-11-2020

Here is something to consider, they could have done that in 2018. XD
Don't call it effective IPC, call it single-core performance.

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10:26 Oct-11-2020

Clock speeds don't increase IPC they increase overall single core performance.

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10:27 Oct-11-2020

Also IDK why they don't do it, but CPUs with hyper-threading/marketing SMT should be tested with two threads per core for single core performance.

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14:51 Oct-11-2020

You can't test two threads for single-threaded math, it's not how it works (even if cinebench isn't trictly single-threaded by nature, but that's beside the point). Hyperthreading should be disabled for such a test then, but since for the absolute majority of people it will be left on - the test is valid, as it would test the single-threaded math as it would be running on the PC.
What I'm basically saying is you should consider why it's done how it's done before you type, since you try to come off as an "all-knowing techie".

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15:15 Oct-11-2020

Clock speeds increase all performance. Ipc = instructions per cycle. Increase the amount of cycles, you increase the available amount of instructions that can be completed. That is the effective ipc. Low ipc and high clocks can be effective (pentium 3) against high ipc and low clocks (athlon xp). Hence the term, effective ipc.

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17:29 Oct-11-2020

instructions per second sure, the amount of instruction done on every tick is the same.
Effective IPC would mean that the instructions done solve more data.

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17:36 Oct-11-2020

It's in the name - Instructions Per CLOCK... call it "effective" or whatever you wrongly please - IPC will only ever stand on its own, regardless of what the clockspeed is. More ticks means more of the instructions themselves get solved, but the IPC does not change whether the processor is clocked at 500MHz or at 5GHz. So, on this one, I'm with psycho.

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17:40 Oct-11-2020

Exactly what I said.
Effective IPC though depends on the instruction set. SIMD(Single instruction multiple data) has higher effective IPC as each instruction

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17:42 Oct-11-2020

each instruction computes more data. Now usually that comes at the expence of CPI, Cycles per instruction.

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17:37 Oct-11-2020

@Xquatrox yes of course for suepr linear tasks you can only test a single core and not even all the resources of the single core.

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04:58 Oct-12-2020

Effective ipc means (for the ones who can't understand this) means how much ipc it has multiplied by its effective clock speed. Thus a high ipc/low clock cpu can have comparable performance to a low ipc/high speed cpu. It's all actually really simple to understand if you follow the examples above. It's so f*cking simple.

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05:13 Oct-12-2020

By doubling the effective ipc, AMD increased performance without having to resort to just cranking up the speed.
Effective ipc is a calculation based upon the actual performance, not just a single clock/cycle

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08:20 Oct-12-2020

That's effective single core/thread performance
The effivness of IPC is measured by the amount of data the instruction computes vs the amount of cycles it take

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08:23 Oct-12-2020

For example if 1x instruction computes 4x additions and takes 5 cycles to compute, that has an efficiency coefficient of 0.8.

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08:28 Oct-12-2020

There is also a third factor that comes into play and that's the total amount of instructions and thus cycles it took to complete a task. Which for cpus of the

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08:29 Oct-12-2020

Same instruction set architecture with the same or equivalent instructions are the same 99% of the time

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08:31 Oct-12-2020

On the other hand Risc architectures such as ARN were originally designed so that each instruction would take exactly 1 cycle, but that limits the

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08:32 Oct-12-2020

The instruction set and increases the instruction count per task drastically, so nowadays, thanks to out of order execution on average arm instructions

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08:33 Oct-12-2020

Instructions take 1.2 cycles and the instruction count per task is vastly reduced.

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13:11 Oct-12-2020

TL;DR

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13:25 Oct-12-2020

This is a tldr. But basically he is referring to effective single core/thread performance as effective IPC and it's not.

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11:47 Oct-09-2020

If it fits my x470 and runs without issues then im game.

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10:35 Oct-09-2020

5900X seems like a sweetspot for all-round workstation,
for casual use like internet and email though, even the lowest model is overkill :D

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11:49 Oct-09-2020

I think 5800x is perfect for gamers, the fact that single score has gone way up should be amazing for games that use single core cough cough "Frostpunk"

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14:10 Oct-09-2020

I Frostpunk, but imo my 5-year old overclocked i7-5820K does just fine in that game :D

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14:42 Oct-09-2020

Haha, maybe you haven't gotten your cities big enough. Mine tanks in my massive cities, cpu usage is 100% on one core quite often. Then again i haven't played in ages might have been fixed.

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16:04 Oct-09-2020

I do have drops to 30-40ish fps at 3440x1440 and gpu is not the bottleneck, I figured out it's the game engine itself which can't handle 700 people on the map xD

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16:48 Oct-09-2020

700 people sounds like a village :D

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09:43 Oct-09-2020

but why increasing the prices were is the " amd care about the customers" ? once again INTEL pls comeback soon this doesnt sound good at all we need competition !!

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10:53 Oct-09-2020

They don't and never have. otherwise the price increase comes from the fact that now they have 8x core complexes instead of 4x, which means lower yields

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10:53 Oct-09-2020

Which in turn means higher cost for amd and on top of that the cores are a bit bigger too.

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12:25 Oct-09-2020

you mean it comes from the fact the AMD says they now have the single core and multicore crown and are therefor the premium product and premium products come with premium prices.
until we have chip measuments, they are using the same process as zen 2 xt which comes with a higher density for the same die size and potentially have the same cost per die.

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13:21 Oct-09-2020

Pretty sure that 8x zen3 cores have a bigger die size than 4x zen2 cores, unless 7nm+ is smaller by a substantial amount

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13:22 Oct-09-2020

And I'm pretty sure zen3 cores have more transistors per core as the pipeline is wider, so again unless 7nm+ is much smaller than 7nm they are bigger and more

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13:37 Oct-09-2020

More expensive.

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21:36 Oct-09-2020

this aint an excuse we take nvidia and their ampere gpus for example more advanced technologie better performances smaller die size so more price right ? nope half price of of their previous gen...

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03:30 Oct-10-2020

you do realize that a ccx is 8 physical cores and that they arent separated except on an atomic scale where they are joined. that is the single reason that under an ihs, all ryzen 5 and 7 look the same. therefore. an 8 core zen 2 die is phsycally the same size as a 4 core zen 2 die.

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03:33 Oct-10-2020

until we see something else, ryzen 3xx0xt all use the newer node and AMD is using the exact same io die (minus some tweaks so the real estate is the same so that die is the same size or such a incremental increase that it requires a micrometer to measure the difference.

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03:38 Oct-10-2020

https://wccftech.com/ryzen-3-3100-and-ryzen-3-3300x-have-very-different-ccx-configurations/
just for the sake are arguement, 2nd paragraph should show the finer points of this.

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10:30 Oct-11-2020

2x 4 core dies vs 1x 8 core die give higher yields if there are defects, at 100% yield rate, sure it's the same, but that's never the case.

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10:35 Oct-11-2020

Also the r3 3300x is 8% faster on averge than the r3 3100 at the same clock speeds. Zen 3 for sure has more transistors per core.

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12:05 Oct-11-2020

@Thepowerful
At 627mm^2 die size on a new-ish process node the rtx 3080 is priced pretty well, the rtx 2080Ti is a 754mm^2 die size chip after all

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12:05 Oct-11-2020

Now we don't know the price of GDDR6X, but chances are that it's more expensive per GB than GDDR6 just because of the lower volume it's produced at for now.

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06:45 Oct-09-2020

with AMDs new chips officially launched a question of mine is pondering and that is "optimization". With both new consoles bosting both AMD's cpu and gpu chips, will a full AMD rig with AMD's navi 2 GPU be the new king of Meta builds. As such its all speculation until real world results but with optimization now fully on AMD''s side? , what does this mean for the for new build META and results ?

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07:54 Oct-09-2020

current gen consoles already had amd hardware and it made no difference whatsoever in optimisation

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08:57 Oct-09-2020

Because the cpus in the current gen consoles have an architecture very similar to Intel's, although a lot weaker, than to zen/bulldozer.


Ironic isn't it?

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09:42 Oct-09-2020

Did you change your name? lol

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10:52 Oct-09-2020

Nope my other account can't comment as it's -16

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12:06 Oct-09-2020

I wonder why...

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12:18 Oct-09-2020

Censorship

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12:38 Oct-09-2020

Or maybe you annoyed people? Did that ever cross your mind?

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13:19 Oct-09-2020

Yup, but they opt for the available censorship instead of debating about them.

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14:35 Oct-09-2020

I personally can't find a fault with Psycho for speaking his mind.
His posts (the ones that I saw) always contained a reason/explanation behind his stance.

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16:33 Oct-09-2020

Thanks, I think so too, but people only care if what you are saying is for ot against the popular opinion (not even facts) and if it is against they censor you

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16:52 Oct-09-2020

No, they "censor" because not everyone wants to be argued with or read a spreadsheet of "facts" in their comment thread. I'm not saying that something is incorrect or whatever - it may as well be - I personally find it all boring anyway, don't care enough to verify and, frankly, I'd rather spend my time playing a game or watching/reading something more fun. It's always very robotic and complainy. And if people don't like it - well then either change or deal with it.

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16:55 Oct-09-2020

The biggest irony was when someone on this page went "can't wait for psycho to tell us it's not enough again" and then there you pop up from the bushes "Well let me tell you that it IS not enough!" and then a tirade of blurb. The ignorance there was pure comedy, IMO. Don't get me wrong, it's a free site, you're free to express your opinion. But there's no need to blame everyone else if they don't find your statements engaging. Learn to read the room, as I keep reminding my socially-awkward buddies. That is all.

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17:52 Oct-09-2020

Well as I said, ask and you shall recieve, I was on this blog first, but I commented when I was summoned. :P
(probably not first, but there were no comments)

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17:52 Oct-09-2020

And I read the room, just don't give a damn and do as I wish.

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22:47 Oct-09-2020

I was just kidding around when I said that lol

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23:13 Oct-09-2020

No worries


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10:36 Oct-11-2020

I know

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14:53 Oct-11-2020

"And I read the room, just don't give a damn and do as I wish."
Psychopathy isn't a trait you should be proud of...

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18:50 Oct-11-2020

You'd be surprised how many fortune 500 CEO's have a "psychopathic personality"

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18:51 Oct-11-2020

Well only because people would try to restrict a person witch such traits.Technically psychopaths do everything that benefits them and they are logical about it

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18:52 Oct-11-2020

Though if I were to say myself this is more a sociopathic trait than psychopathic. Because psychopaths don't do or say things(not publically at least)...

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18:53 Oct-11-2020

that would cause others to see them in a negative light as they can't use them as effectively or at all if they view them in negative light.

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02:39 Oct-12-2020

You're probably spot on with that.
P.S.
You had a psychology course in collage?

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03:51 Oct-12-2020

Nope, I just observe and have a good understanding of the terms and I've read 2x psychology books which also helps.

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13:14 Oct-12-2020

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13:18 Oct-12-2020

If you take 4 seconds to google "psychopathy" you will find that sociopathy and psychopathy are often used interchangeably and are generally very much the same thing, with the latter word having been introduced in part to avoid confusion with psychosis (which is an entirely different thing, as you know).
Regardless, the traits here are the same.

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17:15 Oct-16-2020

Yes because most people are uninformed, this is why google shouldn't allow anyone to write stuff on their pages and shoudn't promote for profit sites.

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06:24 Oct-09-2020

Will there be Ryzen 5 5600 non X? In my opinion they are a little bit expensive right now

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06:36 Oct-09-2020

Most likely will, but AMD is releasing only the more expensive versions first to reap the extra profits it seems.

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04:53 Oct-09-2020

From my CPU this is a pretty decent upgrade. Definitely considering these in the future.

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15:01 Oct-09-2020

Would certainly be interesting to see, how much FPS you'd gain mainly from the CPU upgrade.
P.S.
I am aware that you'd have to get a new MOBO and RAM, so that would impact the benchmark (apples to apples comparison) as well, but as long as you'd get 16GB or RAM and kept the 1080p resolution that shouldn't impact the hypothetical benchmark that much.

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04:40 Oct-09-2020

why are the 6 & 8 core parts so costly. their previous gen. 6 & 8 cores were much cheaper.

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06:34 Oct-09-2020

Because it's the same process node, but with 8x core complexes the yields are worse and they cost more on top of a slightly bigger core size, results in more...

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06:35 Oct-09-2020

...results in more expensive chips for AMD, and they have pretty much doubled their profit margin percentage in 2019 compared to 2016-17

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02:37 Oct-09-2020

Personally I will wait for 5700X, feels like AMD learned from the past and doesn't want to give us cheaper alternative from the stat. Though I am still looking forward for reviews.


Plus that 4,9Ghz feels so much like troll for all people expecting 5Ghz, like Valve doesn't like 3, AMD doesn't like 5. :-D I know it probably isn't, but still, kind of feels funny. :-D

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02:08 Oct-09-2020

5900x looks nice.
I wouldnt compare what amd has released for gpu performance against a 3080 for the simple reason that there is no idea what system they used.
also cod doesnt have a standardized benchmark and makes for odd comparisons.
have to wait until 3rd party comparisons using the same system.

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00:09 Oct-09-2020

Third paragraph, third sentence needs fixing (and a 24% improvement in power power efficiency compared to Zen 2.)


Fourth paragraph, first sentence needs fixing, too. (Zen 3 is also apparently a total redesign, with higher frequencies, higher IPC, and lower latency compared to the Zen 3 architecture.)


Good article though

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01:14 Oct-09-2020

Good eye.
Was about to write about that, but you beat me to the punch.

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23:29 Oct-08-2020

Would love to get a 5900x. Can't wait to spam F5 all day for one along with the rtx 3080.

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21:37 Oct-08-2020

I can't wait to hear pschy or whatever is name was i can't remember to say that this is not enough

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22:28 Oct-08-2020

eh i usually dont argue with him as there is literally 0 chance that he comes to reasonable conclusion, aka waste of time

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23:57 Oct-08-2020

You said it not me.

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06:16 Oct-09-2020

You may be right but please let's not turn this into one of those sites, folks. We should respect our fellow members no matter how stubborn or wrong they may be.

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11:18 Oct-09-2020

Rule #1: Respect is to be earned, not be unconditional.


Being nice to others is the default, of course, but I take the word "respect" a bit more seriously.

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12:50 Oct-09-2020

Decided to actually look up what respect means:
'a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements.'
So yeah 'respect' is a bit much. What about 'be considerate of' ?

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15:17 Oct-14-2020

I think "tolerance" would be a better word here

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06:38 Oct-09-2020

Since my other account can't comment, I will tell you that it's not really enough because it could have been more and in general we are behind on per core perf

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06:38 Oct-09-2020

But hey we got great server cpus for the desktop.

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06:43 Oct-09-2020

The gpu performance seems to be what I expected, so it's down to price now.

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06:50 Oct-09-2020

And there it is!


Price of the GPU will be lower than the 3080 with 16 GBs of GDDR6 vRAM

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08:52 Oct-09-2020

Hehe, you ask and you shall receive.
And sure if the price is lower than the rtx 3080, let's say 550$, then it'd be priced right.

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08:53 Oct-09-2020

The rtx 3080 itself is either 100$ too expensive, if gddr6x costs the same as gddr6 with all things accounted for, or about right if it's a lot more expensive

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11:16 Oct-09-2020

LMFAO, there's a reason why your other acc can't comment... xD

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12:20 Oct-09-2020

When you are -10 or lower you can't comment.

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12:35 Oct-09-2020

Yes, and the water is wet. That's not what I meant...

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15:20 Oct-09-2020

There's either a longer background story that I'm not aware of (or something else entirely), cause I can't see anything that particularly stands out from psychos post.

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15:23 Oct-09-2020

No idea, but you don't rack up a -16 ratio for nothing.

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18:30 Oct-09-2020

I got a -16 cuz I complained that Demon's souls remake is literally a 1:1 remake with better graphics.

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21:10 Oct-08-2020

46% better fps in csgo over 3900xt is freaking godlike, huge cache and unified ccd makes massive difference for this tittle. 5950x and 5900x looks very tasty, although 5800x and 5600x are overpriced at current prices.

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06:39 Oct-09-2020

Yes because playing with around 400fps wasn't enough on the r9 3900x.

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11:50 Oct-09-2020

Heh trust me, every csgo player will take all the fps in the world:D

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12:21 Oct-09-2020

My cousin used to play csgo until 2 years ago, give or take a few months and he became global elite a few months before he stopped playing...

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12:22 Oct-09-2020

...and he played with 35-60fps, depending on the map on his a8 5500 pc.

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15:24 Oct-09-2020

Did not see that one coming.


Would love to hear his whole experience with playing CSGO on such low FPS, cause everyone and their grandma is "CS:GO MUST HAVE OVER 240 FPS"

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20:52 Oct-08-2020

Looks like a solid line up you get top performance for top dollar if the performance gains hold up. The few radeon 6000 series benchmarks they had came close to 3080 in 4k they might have something higher up performace wise.

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20:27 Oct-08-2020

Im still mad at them for not supporting x370 boards...

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20:54 Oct-08-2020

Why? You can go from a Ryzen 1600 to a 3900X without changing any other hardware in your case. That's support for three (!) generations. And you're complaining about why they didn't go for four? Besides, there's no guarantee that it would work properly and you can get a decent B550 mainboard for under 90€ right now or later together with a new Ryzen 5000 CPU.

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21:25 Oct-08-2020

I think your frustration is unwarranted as amd said themselves that they will support backwards comaptibility till 2020, what happens during 2020 amd beyond its up to them. Also is it confirmed that zen 3 wont work with first gen mobos, like there is no chance?

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02:09 Oct-10-2020

'm surprised too what with them being the last AM4 cpus anyway and X470 and X370 being near identical hopefully modders will create bioses to get them running if possible as otherwise will need a new PC.

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