AMD takes over the world of PC gaming

Counting down the days until I can build my new Ryzen rig. STOKED!

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Internet is going crazy if these AMD Ryzen “Leaked” Benchmarks are even Legitimate? Well WccfTech has recently posted some debatable leaked benchmarks before the product’s launch which makes it interesting reading. AMD Ryzen has leaked on some Chinese forums. The current scores verified that AMD RYZEN chips are intending for the enthusiast market.

Just to let you guys know, I’ve been speculating/discussing this leak for the past few days. AMD Ryzen has been the talk, but with so much information and so many leaks, it pays to be a little cautious with what we take to heart regarding Ryzen information.
During the New Horizon event, AMD officially revealed the new CPUs, code-named Zen, which received official brand name Ryzen. These are the fruit of six years of effort.

  1.  8-core Ryzen + Vega GPU, 4K resolution without any optimization to play “Star Wars”, smooth, high frame rate.

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2. Blender performance testing:

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First in the Blender- and Handbrake-based image rendering and video trans-coding test, 3.4GHz does not do any boost of Ryzen with 54 seconds, the same 8-core i7-6900K boost last 59 seconds.

3. With NVIDIA TITAN X SLI 4K resolution to play the “Battlefield 1”, Ryzen platform, the average number of frames is better than i7 6900K

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Ryzen online gossips will be the initial four, of which the most high-end SR7 is relied upon to 500 US dollars, likened with the down is thrilling and anticipate Q1 after the posting of the assessment and genuine performance.

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AMD’s forthcoming fan line of “Summit Ridge” desktop processors in light of the Zen micro-architecture occurs to have a feature of auto overclocking, which is cool!

Let’s take a quick look at the improved features.

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First up we have Pure power which basically monitors temperatures and disable parts of the CPU that aren’t used. Think of it as a Cylinder deactivation in the car. This is what I got from it. off-course we don’t know as more detail will be revealed.

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Precision boost controls the clock speed i 25 Ghz increments. It optimize the performance and power usage. Well as anything they’re looking to use less power to get more power.

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It has extended frequency range or XFR. This is an interesting one, basically this is fully automated overclocking based on your cooling solution. Now that means that your CPU will by itself will choose the appropriate clocks be based on your cooling solution. That is water or liquid nitrogen. We don’t really know if there is going to be manual overclocking for the good old enthusiasts but we are not really sure but I think that there’s no way they’re going to move manual overclocking, where’s the fun in that you know. But off course this is all speculation.

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The smart prefetch which cp’s with each generation try to improve prefetching. The better predicament of the flow data etc etc. Anyways a few more rumors have been floating around that supposedly this line of CPU’s or the enthusiast level AMD Zen CPU’s will cost at the maximum cost of five hundred dollars. If that’s in anyways true that is massive. Let’s have as much for the any comparative CPU. Now that comes because I think it’s going to be a little bit slower, as I said the comparative CPU either 5960X or the i76900k both come at 1000$, so if this is in anyway true this is pretty massive for the market and we need some healthy competition as CPU development has been extremely slow in the past few years due to the lack of competition.

Performance comparison of NVIDIA GTX 1070 and AMD Radeon Fury X on DX11 and DX12