AMD's next 12-core CPU appears in benchmark database denoted as Ryzen

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If by "trying" you mean 144hz gaming then yeah. Tell me more about having a capped, locked and steady VRR/Async 141 framerate with Ryzen on Battlefield V, Black Ops 4, Destiny 2, Pubg, Fortnite, WW2, etc

As you can see I didnt have to "try" that much
And you say those are not edge cases? They are.
 

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If by "trying" you mean 144hz gaming then yeah. Tell me more about having a capped, locked and steady VRR/Async 141 framerate with Ryzen on Battlefield V, Black Ops 4, Destiny 2, Pubg, Fortnite, WW2, etc

As you can see I didnt have to "try" that much
That is an edge case. You are talking about 144Hz, 1080p, gaming. That's a lot of qualifiers there buddy. Do you really call a 10% win in low resolution gaming a "win"?:

https://tpucdn.com/reviews/Intel/Core_i5_9600K/images/relative-performance-games-1920-1080.png

I couldn't laugh more at how stupid a statement that is. It takes Intel twice as much money and more power usage to make a CPU 10-20% more powerful than the 2700X - and that's just at the very top. Once you go below the 2700X, AMD blows everything out of the water in both performance and efficiency.

This is before we even talk about HEDT and Server chips (The true halo products) where AMD is making $1800 HEDT chips that destroy $10,000 Xeons.
 
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That is an edge case. You are talking about 144Hz, 1080p, gaming. That's a lot of qualifiers there buddy. Do you really call a 10% win in low resolution gaming a "win"?:

https://tpucdn.com/reviews/Intel/Core_i5_9600K/images/relative-performance-games-1920-1080.png

I couldn't laugh more at how stupid a statement that is. It takes Intel twice as much money and more power usage to make a CPU 10-20% more powerful than the 2700X - and that's just at the very top. Once you go below the 2700X, AMD blows everything out of the water in both performance and efficiency.

This is before we even talk about HEDT and Server chips (The true halo products) where AMD is making $1800 HEDT chips that destroy $10,000 Xeons.
10%-20% on average fps. I clearly stated Locked framerate. TPU doesnt show minimum fps figures. There are differences up to 50% in some titles on the 1% lows (wont even mention 0,1%).

An Intel chip paired with 2400mhz ram is better than a max OCed ryzen + expensive 3466mhz ram. Check gamernexus video on 144hz gaming Intel vs Ryzen.

" edge", yeah right.
 
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Some of this article is misleading, leading to a bunch of people in the comments to make uninformed statements. The part that says "which indicates that it hasn't improved on the IPC front from the last generation." is completely incorrect. It has improved drastically and, contrary to all the comments saying "I'd prefer them to increase their IPC to be closer to intel-" ryzen is in fact right there with intel now, if not marginally better, given the demonstration of the 8 core ryzen 2 cpu at CES keeping up and actually beating the i9 9900k cpu at stock speeds in the benchmark. 8 cores vs 8 cores, and the ryzen part won by around 1%. This means the IPC is right there. And that was just an engineering sample! (though I have heard it was running close to final speeds for the demo). By contrast, this engineering sample is totally down-clocked by a full 1GHz, as most testing samples are. So saying "it hasn't improved much" by going off an intentionally down-clocked cpu in a test that favors clock speed is ridiculous. Make no mistake- if the mid-tier ryzen part matched the i9-9900k core for core, the 12 and 16 core parts will blow it out of the water completely. They will be both the worlds fastest gaming cpus AND the fastest multi tasking/productivity mainstream desktop cpus, *period.*
 
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