4C/8T Zen 2 processor appears on SiSoftware's database (NOT an April Fool's joke)

Discussion in 'AMD Processors' started by _mockingbird, Apr 1, 2019.

  1. _mockingbird

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  2. _mockingbird

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    So there's your 3rd gen Ryzen 3
     
  3. SeymourGore

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    I don't know what to believe anymore when it's _mockingbird posting it!
     
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    So it's 100Mhz faster than a 1300X? Colour me unimpressed lol
     
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    It is an engineering sample, I say wait until a final release until making a judgement.
     
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    If they had priced the 1500X correctly, I'd already be using a B450 board - waiting on Zen2 and the 8-core chips....

    These 4c/8t chips definitely have a place in the market.
     
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    Thats a good point about smt, does the 1300x have it? I can't remember, but I think not.
     
  8. Woot910

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    you are acting like IPC would be the same... sheesh

     
  9. sirmonkey1985

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    the 1300x was the 4c4t chip, the 1500x was the 4c8t chip. so the engineering sample base clock is 100mhz lower than the 1500x but 100mhz higher on the boost.
     
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    Well if the final silicon boosts to at least 4Ghz and the price is right it would be good. If it matched the 2200G price it would be compelling.
     
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    Very hard to guess final clock speeds off a engineering sample.
     
  12. NKD

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    Could be 400-800 mhz difference between ES sample and final clocks. But it really depends on where this fits in the product stack. I wouldn't be surprised if these 4 core low end unlocked chips are super overclocker. 3.4 to 4.5+ lol.