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Old 06-21-2017, 08:24 AM   #21
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AMD Epyc was launched yesterday and I really think that is more than a straw upward for AMD.

8-channel DDR4 and 128-PCIe_Lanes is a number you cant say NO to.

I have to build 2 HyperV/VMware Servers till December, planning already started..and you know what... I ruled out the Intel option right away and was waiting for those news: Dell & HP were up on stage with AMD as well... so it's time now to call my Dell rep again and ask him 2nd time how far their AMD servers are. Last time he had no info on that, now he surely has some more to say.

I only need 16 cores so an Epyc 7351 would be all I need. I am sure it's cheaper than Intel's comparable Xeon which has no 128 Lanes and misses 4 channels as well.


Intel seems to have landed right at that spot were AMD came from ! High TDP, less features but a big mouth. Lets wait what this will lead to.
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Old 06-21-2017, 09:43 AM   #22
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1000USD... so £780...

100c at 1.3v, but they clocked it at 4.7ghz at 1.25v... it IS 10 cores...

maybe actually make use of a 360mm rad, rather than just for show...

also, like with ryzen, the motherboards bios has issues that are being ironed out...
Closer to £900 here unfortunately. Ill wait to see what TR has to offer. OC'd Alienware systems with it wil be released 27th July. I suspect the parts will be available to purchase before then.
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just checking the reviews for the 7900X and:

those wanting multicore chips to play games should look elsewhere. It is equal or slower than broadwell-E (6900K) due to increased core communication latency (basically same as Ryzen) and that despite increased clock speeds. This results in same gaming experience as with Ryzen except with the later you can save alot of money and invest on a better graphics card.

WOW it seems Intel just cant stop shooting themselves on their collective feet lately.

My advice: wait for cofee lake or buy Ryzen right now.
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Anyone who is buying an X299 rig just for gaming has more money than sense. As mentioned either grab a Ryzen 5 series or wait for Intel's Coffee Lake Z370 platform that hopefully will arrive in the next few months.
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Will it impact on the Kaby Lake pricing ?
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Will it impact on the Kaby Lake pricing ?
It's Intel ! I wouldn't bet on that.
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