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BrokenMachine85
5 months ago#11
Very impressed with mine.
Ryzen 7 2700X | ASUS ROG Crosshair VII Hero X470 | 16GB DDR4 @ 3200MHz | MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X 11G | 28" Acer Predator 4K G-Sync

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ArcadeGuy
5 months ago#12
1337toothbrush posted...
Wow, are they really on track for 7nm? That's amazing. We're reaching the limit of silicon...

7nm CPU exists with AMD which is before Intel.

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samurai1900
5 months ago#13
Very interesting results indeed. Though it's a shame AMD's IPC isn't quite on par with Intel's.
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zhenghan
5 months ago#14
BrokenMachine85 posted...
Very impressed with mine.

any difference from 1800X that you can tell?
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BrokenMachine85
5 months ago#15
zhenghan posted...
BrokenMachine85 posted...
Very impressed with mine.

any difference from 1800X that you can tell?


Yeah a couple actually:

- RAM timings are better.
- 20%+ higher framerate in games so far.
- CPU caches are much quicker so it just feels super slick doing all tasks.
- Not had a single BSOD in testing so far.

This will do it better justice than I could (...oh and it has graphs).

https://www.pcgamer.com/amd-ryzen-7-2700x-is-better-than-its-predecessors-in-every-way/
Ryzen 7 2700X | ASUS ROG Crosshair VII Hero X470 | 16GB DDR4 @ 3200MHz | MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X 11G | 28" Acer Predator 4K G-Sync

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zhenghan
5 months ago#16
BrokenMachine85 posted...
zhenghan posted...
BrokenMachine85 posted...
Very impressed with mine.

any difference from 1800X that you can tell?


Yeah a couple actually:

- RAM timings are better.
- 20%+ higher framerate in games so far.
- CPU caches are much quicker so it just feels super slick doing all tasks.
- Not had a single BSOD in testing so far.

This will do it better justice than I could (...oh and it has graphs).

https://www.pcgamer.com/amd-ryzen-7-2700x-is-better-than-its-predecessors-in-every-way/

the i5-8400 is a really good CPU, performs as well as i expected lol
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User Info: ArcadeGuy

ArcadeGuy
5 months ago#17
BrokenMachine85 posted...
zhenghan posted...
BrokenMachine85 posted...
Very impressed with mine.

any difference from 1800X that you can tell?


Yeah a couple actually:

- RAM timings are better.
- 20%+ higher framerate in games so far.
- CPU caches are much quicker so it just feels super slick doing all tasks.
- Not had a single BSOD in testing so far.

This will do it better justice than I could (...oh and it has graphs).

https://www.pcgamer.com/amd-ryzen-7-2700x-is-better-than-its-predecessors-in-every-way/

Ram speeds are also higher supported unless that's what ram timings is.

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DarkZV2Beta
5 months ago#18
It's not 20%+ in games. It's up to 20% in games, largely closer to 10%. I believe Source was showing +20%, though? Which is the big thing Ryzen was so behind in the first time around.
a quad core i7 was just a rebranded celeron -Pengu1n
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1337toothbrush
5 months ago#19
ArcadeGuy posted...
1337toothbrush posted...
Wow, are they really on track for 7nm? That's amazing. We're reaching the limit of silicon...

7nm CPU exists with AMD which is before Intel.

Actually, that 7nm process is equivalent to Intel's 10nm process.
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ArcadeGuy
5 months ago#20
1337toothbrush posted...
ArcadeGuy posted...
1337toothbrush posted...
Wow, are they really on track for 7nm? That's amazing. We're reaching the limit of silicon...

7nm CPU exists with AMD which is before Intel.

Actually, that 7nm process is equivalent to Intel's 10nm process.

7nm is smaller. Both AMD and Samsung had 7nm in production with Qualcomm following up.
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