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  1. AMD to unveil the "next generation of Ryzen processors" later this month | PC Gamer WWW.PCGAMER.COM Hopefully, this means more details on the much anticipated Ryzen 7000 series CPUs.
  2. Review round ups: https://videocardz.com/127562/amd-ryzen-7-5800x3d-review-roundup https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/u5jadk/amd_ryzen_7_5800x3d_meta_review/ 40 game benchmarks 5800x3d vs Intel i9-12900K: Ryzen 7 5800X3D vs. Core i9-12900K in 40 Games | TechSpot WWW.TECHSPOT.COM A massive gaming benchmark comparison between the Ryzen 7 5800X3D and Core i9-12900K, pitting the two head to head across 40 games at 1080p, 1440p and 4K,... Performance degrades in applications outside of gaming relative to a regular Zen 3 5800x, but significant gains are made in gaming. In two separate 40 game tests, it matched or exceeded the 12900k by a smidge on average. The amazing thing is how well it does against the 12900k with far less power. Multiple reviews have confirmed this result. Intel is basically throwing brute force at games and AMD is getting lots of frames in an efficient way. This is the opposite of what we used to come to expect from the two companies a mere 5 years ago when bulldozer was AMD's architecture. 5800x3d is on AM4, so with a bios update, many of us can just drop it in to our existing motherboards which is nice. I may consider it in one or both of my desktops eventually. The bad news is AM4 is dead after this chip, so if you're building a whole new rig and want more cpu options down the road, you need to look elsewhere such as Intel or wait for AM5 later this year. The price isn't great at $450 unless you are competing with Intel's 12900k for gaming, but it could be worse. Maybe it goes down some when Zen 4 and next gen Intel comes out. Overall a remarkable showing from AMD considering this is basically a 1.5 year old architecture with some cache slapped on top. Rumor has it Zen 4 with Vcache will be released early 2023 if this chip is successful.
  3. AMD CEO: Ryzen CPUs Now Account To More Than 50% Premium Processor Sales Globally, Strong Demand For Ryzen 3000 & Ryzen 2000 CPUs
  4. According to a slide we received today, AMD will launch Ryzen 9 3950X as world’s first 16-core mainstream processor. The slide basically "confirms” the speculation which began at Ryzen 3000 announcement at Computex.
  5. https://www.anandtech.com/show/13829/amd-ryzen-3rd-generation-zen-2-pcie-4-eight-core While the chip showed was only 8 cores/16 thread, there is clearly room for another chiplet to make it 16 cores/32 threads. They could also add an integrated Vega GPU.
  6. https://www.marketwatch.com/story/amds-stock-craters-more-than-20-after-hours-on-weak-graphics-sales-2018-10-24 https://www.wsj.com/articles/amds-gain-before-pain-1540429159 AMD just hit a huge bump in the road, although one that in my opinion should have been expected. They are making huge gains in the CPU market over time, but their GPUs are behind Nvidia, and they have a lot of work to do still to become what we all hope they will become.
  7. https://www.anandtech.com/show/13279/amd-to-fab-7nm-cpus-gpus-at-tsmc This is huge. GlobalFoundries is effectively out of the race now, which is a blow to AMD as they had used them for much of their manufacturing, and a blow to the chip manufacturing world where the competition is needed.
  8. The 2990WX kicks ass in just a handful of tests, but in applications that use all the threads WHILE needing memory, it completely chokes. The 2950X with half the CPUs doesn't have this problem and so can often beat its larger brother in many productivity tests (and games).
  9. https://semiaccurate.com/2018/08/07/intel-has-no-chance-in-servers-and-they-know-it/ I always find articles like this amusing because we really have no idea how AMD and Intel will end up executing. However, it does seem like the perfect storm working against Intel right now and playing in AMD's favor. I just think it will be much more difficult than the author assumes for Intel to have 'no chance' against AMD. My bet is Intel comes out swinging really hard after 2020.
  10. https://wccftech.com/amd-epyc-rome-zen-2-7nm-cpus-compete-favorably-against-intel-ice-lake-xeons/ If this is true and AMD takes the complete performance crown, I wouldn't be surprised if AMD took 30% of the server market share by mid 2020.
  11. https://www.marketwatch.com/story/amd-stock-rises-after-strong-revenue-fuels-earnings-beat-2018-07-25 Advanced Micro Devices Earnings Boosted by ‘Epyc’ Sales https://www.barrons.com/articles/advanced-micro-devices-earnings-boosted-by-epyc-sales-1532554046
  12. The rest can be found: https://www.anandtech.com/show/13048/an-anandtech-exclusive-the-jim-keller-interview So my question to everyone here is this: Is AMD in trouble since Intel is scarfing up big names like Raja and Keller, or do you all think that Intel is just hiring these people because it's good PR?
  13. https://www.techspot.com/review/1655-core-i7-8700k-vs-ryzen-7-2700x/page8.html Impressive performance from AMD here.
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