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Thread: AMD has RYZEN!!

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    Wow... that's an impressive difference there, especially taking into account that BIOSes, Operating Systems, and applications are all still being tweaked to better perform with it as we speak.

    Keep a close eye on the motherboard manufacturers pages, it seems the Ryzen mobo BIOSes are still under heavy tweaking and getting better.

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    Gigabyte just has released two boards featuring the A320 Chipset, making (stock speed) Ryzen computing even more affordable:
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    That is a serious increase there Jason, nice job with the improvement!





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    Has anyone read the rumors about the possible upcoming X390 chipset?

    Oh man.. now that's the stuff I want! Full on Dual CPU mobos, up to 16-core/32-thread Ryzens, Quad channel ECC memory support and a whoooole lot of RAM slots!

    And then the new Ryzen beasts with up to 16 cores may run at 3.1GHz (also rumor) (but the TDP is brutal.. between 150W and 180W)
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    As far as I read up about it the X390 chipset will support a single 'Naples' CPU with 12-cores/24 threads or more and quad-channel RAM, while the X399 chipset is to be found on dual 'Naples boards' with up to two 32-core/64-threads CPUs and octo-channel RAM. If all is well, these two chipset/board combos share the AM44 LGA Socket.
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    I think it may be time to scrap the dual cores and quad cores :P
    The power savings may add up enough if this can replace 3 to 4 computers a guy typically runs.
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    Please heart be still, as it is quaking and shuttering in its holder in my chest. Oh My, Intel just might be running in circles when this RZ4700 come's out! Holy Cow I am excited, all this news and colorful dramatic descriptions are awesome to project visually. I want to hold it in my hand though, when will that happen I ask?





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