AMD Ryzen

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    Wow!
     
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    Healthy competition in action: It's over 3000! :D

     
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    Just remember this pretty power draw comparison chart. To clarify, the Intel i7-7700K is 4 cores and the Intel i7-6900K is 8 cores. All the rest, Ryzen and FX, are 8 cores. Note who the overall power hog is (excluding AMD's last gen FX wildfire starter which I am sure Smokey the Bear wasn't all too fond of):
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    The results are in! A stock AMD ThreadRipper 1920X at $799 beats a Intel Core i9 7900X at $999 overclocked at 4.7 GHz:
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    I did some digging and today I am pleased to share some verified results of the upcoming 15W Raven Ridge's graphical performance versus the Surface Pro 4's Iris Pro Graphic 540. What we are seeing below is a greater than 2X improvement in overall graphical compute performance in AMD's Raven Ridge 15W mobile processors. Keep in mind that many of these processors also come with 4 full general processing cores with 8 threads (4C-8T configuration). All I can say is Intel must be shaking in their boots with EPYC benchmark scores like this coming out from Team Red:

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    Sources:
    http://ranker.sisoftware.net/show_r...efdbe8dbeadcebcdbf82b294f194a999bfccf1c9&l=en
    http://ranker.sisoftware.net/show_r...efdce5d1e2d2e5c3b18cbc9aff9aa797b1c2ffcf&l=en

    One other quick tidbit. AMD's 15W Raven Ridge processors will have a much higher base clock than the 8th Kaby Lake quad cores based on this information extracted from the engineering sample's coding scheme:

    AMD Eng Sample: 2M3001C3T4MF2_33/30_N

    2 = ES1

    M = Mobile

    300 = 3 GHz Base

    1 = Revision

    C3T = Unknown

    4 = Cores

    M = AM4

    F2 = Stepping

    33/30 = 3.3 GHz boost/ 3.0 base
    Since 8th Generation Kaby Lake quad cores have base clocks well below 2 GHz...

    upload_2017-8-23_2-8-0.png

    ...I wager dollars to donuts it is safe to assume AMD Raven Ridge just beat Intel in the mobile computing market until Cannonlake and Coffee Lake hit.

    Later.

    -Sonic
     

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