Author Topic: AMD Ryzen 7 series and Corona?  (Read 38367 times)

2017-03-03, 14:56:30
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Hmm that 1800X is like 30% slower then my dual 8c/16t Xeons :O Interesting!
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2017-03-03, 18:57:09
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And, I cannot image the next Naples CPU (32 cores and 64 threads)

2017-03-07, 15:51:33
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And, I cannot image the next Naples CPU (32 cores and 64 threads)

https://videocardz.com/67086/amd-previews-naples-server-processor-coming-q2-2017

Its a great time to be a hardware nerd / geek!

2017-03-07, 16:07:48
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cecofuli

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Naples is really amazing. I hope in the price =)

2017-03-07, 19:29:00
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Naples is really amazing. I hope in the price =)

I hope too... So glad there is some competition going on... Always good for "prosumer".

2017-03-10, 11:05:08
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My Ryzen 1800x build is done, so I'll post some benchmarks and comparisons when I have them. ;)

2017-03-10, 12:34:02
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My Ryzen 1800x build is done, so I'll post some benchmarks and comparisons when I have them. ;)

Isn't that like the worst buy out of the 3 CPU-s currently available? From the benchmarks that I have seen both 1700 and 1700X reach 1800X scores with mild overclock and same temperature as their big brother - for like half the price.

Since 1800X doesn't really have much space for OC, it would seem to me that 1700 could easily be the best buy if you wanna go through some slight "hassle" with overclocking.

Or am I wrong?
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2017-03-10, 13:30:29
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1800X might have better binning in silicon lottery, although only later statistics might prove that.
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2017-03-10, 13:56:02
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1800X might have better binning in silicon lottery, although only later statistics might prove that.

If it is to trust AMD, they are not binned on speed but rather voltage. At least through reviews they have all managed similar speeds (not even 100mhz difference tops). Voltage on the other hand was a limiting factor. Most 1700's would crash after crossing 1.4V where 1700X and 1800X would work good up to 1.5v vCore.
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2017-03-10, 15:44:26
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Isn't that like the worst buy out of the 3 CPU-s currently available? From the benchmarks that I have seen both 1700 and 1700X reach 1800X scores with mild overclock and same temperature as their big brother - for like half the price.

Since 1800X doesn't really have much space for OC, it would seem to me that 1700 could easily be the best buy if you wanna go through some slight "hassle" with overclocking.

Or am I wrong?

You're not wrong. :) But, given the total price of the build, the $100ish difference between 1700x and 1800x wasn't too big of a deal for me, and I'm not really into bothering with overclocking. I just wanted the one that is the fastest of the bunch out of the box. Otherwise I would have went with one of the other two.

2017-03-10, 15:49:04
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You're not wrong. :) But, given the total price of the build, the $100ish difference between 1700x and 1800x wasn't too big of a deal for me, and I'm not really into bothering with overclocking. I just wanted the one that is the fastest of the bunch out of the box. Otherwise I would have went with one of the other two.

Sounds fair enough :) I am really looking forward to your results! Good luck with the machine :)
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2017-03-15, 19:47:03
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Does anyone know which one of these is the fastest single threaded wise?
That would be a good balance for a workstation, no?






2017-03-15, 20:17:51
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Does anyone know which one of these is the fastest single threaded wise?
That would be a good balance for a workstation, no?
The 7700k beat out even the 6950x in terms of single threaded performance, due to higher clock (and higher overclockabiltiy) and is current king of single thread performance.
However, if you aim for Rendering primarily, there is no reason to compromise on Multi-threaded performance, to gain single Threaded performance.

As such, in the mid tear price range Ryzen currently hold the lead for workstations in all 3D related fields.

2017-03-17, 20:02:26
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Does anyone know which one of these is the fastest single threaded wise?
That would be a good balance for a workstation, no?
However, if you aim for Rendering primarily, there is no reason to compromise on Multi-threaded performance, to gain single Threaded performance.

At least 3Ds Max is mostly single threaded when it comes to any regular commands.
Sometimes I'm waiting for a boolean operation to finish with only 10% of processing capacity working.
That's what I want to improve.

2017-03-17, 21:32:27
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maybe it's finally time for AD to make those operations multithreaded