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SceptreCore last won the day on August 18 2018

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    AMD Zen

    It's super good ay
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    Radeon VII (VEGA 20)

    Because I don't know anything about modern 3dmark... I'm guessing those are great scores. The site says a 2080Ti gets 31,000+. The only way to go higher would be a CLR chip. The temps are fantastic, are you happy with the card though?
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    Navi Confirmed: 2019

    I'm not really excited for Navi... but I hope it does okay.
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    Navi Confirmed: 2019

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    AMD Zen

    AMD to Launch 7nm Navi GPU and EPYC Rome CPU in Third Quarter, Stock Rises https://www.tomshardware.com/news/amd-earnings-financials-navi-ryzen,39218.html
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    AMD Zen

    No. You need a new motherboard to get new features. But a Zen 2 chip would be a serious upgrade even in an older motherboard
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    AMD Zen

    AMD Ryzen 3000 CPUs Allegedly Feature 15% Better IPC, Up To 4.5 GHz – X570 Rumored To Have 40 PCIe Lanes
  8. More Lakes have been discovered... but they aren't getting any smaller. Meanwhile... TSMC is starting 5nm risk production, which might be equal to or slightly better than Intel's 7nm.
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    Navi Confirmed: 2019

    Alleged AMD Navi GPU Based Graphics Card PCB Leaks Out – Features GDDR6 Memory, 256-bit Bus For Next-Gen Radeon
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    AMD Zen

    yeah you gotta factor in the platform cost. You'd be looking at nearly $1200 bucks for CPU, mobo, and RAM
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    AMD Zen

    Ryzen 5 1600 on amazon for $119
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    AMD Zen

    AMD 50th Anniversary Ryzen 7 2700X I would say these would probably come packed with the highest binned silicon, usually reserved for Epyc. Orders for Epyc must be slowing down now as AMD is set to release the new parts shortly.
  13. With lower power TDP they'll be clocked very low. They'd perform lower than a Ryzen at that TDP I reckon. Not that Intel sticks to TDP.
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    AMD Zen

    They're ahead of Intel
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    AMD Zen

    In this day and age... how hard is it really to expand the BIOS chips sizes though? But for the boards that have already been made I can see it being a huge headache for motherboard manufacturers. As they will have to remove CPU compatibility from boards that might render them useless to the unsuspecting person using a board chip combo that could be broken by an update. Not a lot of planning was put into this... and I blame AMD.