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Message 2061270 - Posted: 13 Nov 2020, 6:59:43 UTC

I went back a re-read the article. I see where I made an assumption based on the commentary about low clocks that the chip was an ES sample.

Makes sense it was a retail chip with the part number being printed on the IHS. But I know there have been many deep fakes on leaks before with manipulated images.

The socket is supposed to be the same SP3 socket as the 7002 series. Just would need a BIOS update supposedly.

I expect the same kind of price creep we saw with Ryzen 5000 series chips too.
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Message 2061420 - Posted: 14 Nov 2020, 19:05:12 UTC

The Ryzens breeze ahead!


AMD Ryzen 7 5800X Linux Performance [Benchmarking]


AMD Ryzen 9 5900X + Ryzen 9 5950X Dominate On Linux [Benchmarking]




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Message 2061451 - Posted: 15 Nov 2020, 12:23:09 UTC
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I am running QuChemPedlA@home on a Windows 10 PC with an Intel i5 9400F CPU. 94% users run Linux, most with an AMD Ryzen CPU. Since I am using Windows I must use VirtualBox. Funny thing, in most of my validated tasks using VirtualBox my CPU is faster than my wingmen who don't use VirtualBox. Having joined only on September 5, I am in number 47 position as user and my Windows CPU is number 97. I have another CPU running the same project, a 2014 vintage HP laptop with an AMD E-450 CPU running SuSE Linux 15.0.
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Message 2061555 - Posted: 16 Nov 2020, 21:08:34 UTC

AMD is also using SC20 to say that EPYC "Zen 3" processors are shipping in volume to select HPC and cloud customers this quarter. The public launch of AMD EPYC Zen 3 CPUs will be in Q1'2021.

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Message 2062051 - Posted: 23 Nov 2020, 12:35:06 UTC
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Some video cards with both display ports and hdmi ports won't display the POST Bios. Just the OS start up.

I am looking at your Rx 580 on my Amd 3950x

I am going to have to go borrow an hdmi to vga adapter from another machine and look at my bios settings again. The cpu is not running up near 3.9 like it used to.

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Message 2063627 - Posted: 14 Dec 2020, 22:56:56 UTC

Latest product leaks about the upcoming Epyc Milan Zen 3 server cpus to be announced before the end of the year and available in 1Q 2021.

Base clocks as high as 2.95Ghz and boosts as high as 4.0Ghz on some models.

https://wccftech.com/amd-3rd-gen-epyc-milan-cpu-specs-benchmarks-leak-out-up-to-64-cores-280w/
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Message 2063665 - Posted: 15 Dec 2020, 10:13:36 UTC - in response to Message 2063627.  

Latest product leaks about the upcoming Epyc Milan Zen 3 server cpus to be announced before the end of the year and available in 1Q 2021.

Base clocks as high as 2.95Ghz and boosts as high as 4.0Ghz on some models.

https://wccftech.com/amd-3rd-gen-epyc-milan-cpu-specs-benchmarks-leak-out-up-to-64-cores-280w/
Looks like there are going to be some truly impressive new server systems out come next year.
You're looking at a single socket system that is more powerful & uses much, much less power than an octa socket system from just on a decade ago.
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Message 2065831 - Posted: 16 Jan 2021, 2:09:53 UTC

Looks like the rumors about the WRX80 Threadripper chipset were real. New Threadripper Pro cpus are now available to everyone, not just the OEM vendors. Same goes for new WRX80 based motherboards.

https://www.anandtech.com/show/16396/the-amd-wrx80-chipset-a-few-boards-for-3rd-gen-threadripper-pro

Will be nice to have proper 8 channel, ECC memory support and a proper amount of PCIE slots from boards from SuperMicro, ASUS and Gigabyte. I'm sure more will follow.

That ASUS Sage WS board looks especially sweet.
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Message 2065839 - Posted: 16 Jan 2021, 5:50:37 UTC - in response to Message 2065831.  

I agree, I like that ASUS board.
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Message 2066856 - Posted: 26 Jan 2021, 18:50:55 UTC
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Seeing is believing...

A Threadripper laptop?!


DIYer Builds Bootleg AMD Threadripper Laptop
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The most difficult part ... was figuring out how to run the "laptop" purely on battery power ... six Dell companion 18,000mAh power banks...




Way to go! :-)

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Message 2067200 - Posted: 29 Jan 2021, 20:33:04 UTC

Annandtech have a hands on look at a retail Threadripper Pro motherboard.
ASUS Pro WS WRX80E-SAGE SE WiFi.


And as for how the Threadripper Pro performs, a reminder.
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 3995WX Review A Bold WEPYC.
Normal Threadrippers are great if memory bandwidth isn't an issue, but if you have a workload that does require plenty of per thread memory bandwidth then the performance of the Threadripper Pro is in a league all of it's own.
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Message 2067214 - Posted: 29 Jan 2021, 22:42:48 UTC - in response to Message 2067200.  

Jeebers. Approx. £5.4k for MB & CPU (64 core). Need a decent lottery win. :-)
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Message 2067221 - Posted: 30 Jan 2021, 0:30:29 UTC - in response to Message 2067214.  

Jeebers. Approx. £5.4k for MB & CPU (64 core). Need a decent lottery win. :-)
Yep. And even at that price, it's still cheaper per core than the Intel offerings (although the distance is closing), but it does out perform them by a huge margin in most cases. So, it's still value for money (if your workloads can make use of all that memory bandwidth, otherwise just use a regular Threadripper).
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Message 2067226 - Posted: 30 Jan 2021, 2:12:06 UTC - in response to Message 2067221.  

Yes, but a regular Threadripper can't support the number of PCIE devices the WX80 motherboards can. No way to run 7 water-cooled single slot gpus on regular Threadripper. They don't make the mobos that can do that.

A regular Epyc motherboard and cpu is cheaper than the mentioned platform. Mine cost $1800 for 24 cores and 64GB of memory. You just won't get the same cpu clocks that TR can manage.
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Message 2067986 - Posted: 9 Feb 2021, 21:53:38 UTC

New article benching the new Threadripper Pro TR3995WX cpu against the older Threadripper, Epyc and Intel workstation parts.
https://www.anandtech.com/show/16478/64-cores-of-rendering-madness-the-amd-threadripper-pro-3995wx-review
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Message 2067988 - Posted: 9 Feb 2021, 23:26:13 UTC

A look ahead to theoretical performance gains of future Zen 4 and Zen 5 AMD processors.
https://wccftech.com/amd-5nm-next-generation-zen-4-ryzen-epyc-cpus-to-feature-over-25-ipc-increase/
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Message 2069640 - Posted: 1 Mar 2021, 23:38:07 UTC

Another leak of the upcoming "Genoa" AMD Ryzen/Threadripper/Epyc cpus alluding to PCIE5, DDR5, Socket SP5 and up to 96cores/192threads per cpu package.

https://www.techpowerup.com/279116/amd-genoa-expected-to-cram-up-to-96-cores-mcm-imagined
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Message 2069641 - Posted: 1 Mar 2021, 23:39:55 UTC

Ryzen "Zen4 " to support AVX-512 operations.

https://www.techpowerup.com/279129/amd-zen-4-microarchitecture-to-support-avx-512
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Message 2069673 - Posted: 2 Mar 2021, 7:17:35 UTC

And *fingers crossed* by then the wafer & manufacturing shortages will be behind us and it'll be possible to actually buy some of these products when they are finally released.
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Message 2069674 - Posted: 2 Mar 2021, 8:12:32 UTC - in response to Message 2069673.  

Still at least a year out for these products. So good chance the foundries will have caught up with demand by then.
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