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Bits And Chips - Eng
Zen+ -> Zen2: +13% IPC (Average) in scientific tasks. Not bad. P.S. No gaming data, atm.
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Hasman Oct 16
Replying to @BitsAndChipsEng
The clock speed?.
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Filipe DA COSTA Oct 16
Replying to @BitsAndChipsEng
Server scenario? (aka lower mem speeds)
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Georgi Krumkov Oct 16
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avx-256 bit ?
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Bits And Chips - Eng Oct 16
Replying to @whateverfithere
Same clock speed. ;)
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Bits And Chips - Eng Oct 16
Replying to @dacostafilipe
Yep.
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Bits And Chips - Eng Oct 16
Replying to @Krumkov
Mixed tasks.
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Bits And Chips - Eng Oct 16
Replying to @autistic_doll
One of my friends. The same how told me about Zen ( ), IPC of Zen ( ) and Pins of AM4 ( ). 😉
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Oraclus_Srogus Oct 16
Replying to @BitsAndChipsEng
Any info about turbo clocks for deskop?
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Bits And Chips - Eng Oct 16
Replying to @autistic_doll
He works in a big company, but I don't know what software they use. He told me just "+13%". 😬
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Bits And Chips - Eng Oct 16
Replying to @OraclusS
ATM, no.
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Bits And Chips - Eng Oct 16
Replying to @autistic_doll
Eheh, I'm sorry, but he can't tell me anymore. I want to know more, too. :(
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Matan Mos Oct 16
Replying to @BitsAndChipsEng
what clocks can we expect from 7nm? it should be much higher than 14/12nm mobile processes
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Bits And Chips - Eng Oct 16
Replying to @matan9212
Not much higher.
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Filipe Alves Oct 17
Replying to @BitsAndChipsEng
Just to recap, how much was the IPC gain from Zen -> Zen+?
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Bits And Chips - Eng Oct 17
Replying to @Filipe_Alves_PT
It depends. Here there my AIDA64 tests. However, in videogames, the difference is about 2-3% at the same frequencies.
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Danilo "18pF flip-flop" Cominotti Oct 26
Do you and your friend have good vibes about it?
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