AMD Ryzen 3000 Announced
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  • evanh - Thursday, June 6, 2019 - link

    The IGP idea was just an example alternative use of such a large DRAM buffer. Using it as L4 cache would be the general use for max speed of a CPU.

    The question is, how much DRAM is in that I/O die?
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  • BriComp - Wednesday, June 5, 2019 - link

    Where is the Q&A? Reply
  • nn68 - Thursday, June 6, 2019 - link

    Anyone know if Ryzen 3000 will have similar to Ice Lake's Galois Field instructions which supposedly boost performance in AI applications?

    https://en.wikichip.org/wiki/intel/microarchitectu...
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  • evanh - Thursday, June 6, 2019 - link

    The IGP idea was just an example alternative use of such a large DRAM buffer. Using it as L4 cache would be the general use for max speed of a CPU.

    The question is, how much DRAM is in that I/O die?
    Reply
  • evanh - Thursday, June 6, 2019 - link

    The IGP idea was just an example alternative use of such a large DRAM buffer. Using it as L4 cache would be the general use for max speed of a CPU.

    The question is, how much DRAM is in that I/O die?
    Reply
  • KAlmquist - Friday, June 7, 2019 - link

    I'd say that with Zen 2, AMD is copying the pricing on the original Zen. They priced the original Zen flagship (the 1800X) at $499. They've also priced the Zen 2 flagship (the 3900X) at $499. The 1700X one step down from the 1800X, was priced at $399. The 3800X, one step down from the 3900X, is also priced at $399. Another step down gets us to the 1700 and the 3700X, both priced at $329. Below that are the 1600X and the 3600X, both priced at $249.

    The only new price AMD has come up with is for the 3600, which is priced at $199, twenty dollars less that the $219 that the 1600 was listed at when it was introduced.
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  • gronetwork - Friday, June 28, 2019 - link

    The 3900X is 5% more powerful than the 9920X, the 3950X has 32% more performance than the 9960X, if we compare processors with the same number of cores and threads. That is quite outstanding as the new AMD chips are pratically 3 times less expensive.

    https://gadgetversus.com/processor/amd-ryzen-9-390...

    Intel will have to seriously lower its prices if they want to stay in the PC race.
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