Monday, April 9th 2018

AMD 2nd Generation Ryzen "Pinnacle Ridge" Available in Russia?

Ahead of their mid-April launch, AMD's second-generation Ryzen 7 2700X, 2700 and Ryzen 5 2600X processors allegedly began surfacing in Russian brick-and-mortar stores, with enthusiasts already being able to buy them, and put them through popular benchmarks online. This thread on Russian PC enthusiast community Overclockers.ru shows several users claiming to have retail 2700X and 2600X chips, and are putting them through benchmarks such as Cinebench R15, AIDA64 benchmarks, etc. Increased performance aside, these benchmark screenshots seem to confirm that AMD has reworked its cache and memory sub-system to be faster on 2nd generation Ryzen chips, with users reporting lower CPU cache and DRAM latencies on AIDA64 latency and bandwidth tests.
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btarunr
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Many Thanks to HTC for the tip.
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T1beriu
these benchmark screenshots seem to confirm that AMD has reworked its cache and memory sub-system to be faster on 2nd generation Ryzen chips, with users reporting lower CPU cache and DRAM latencies on AIDA64 latency and bandwidth tests.
You guys at TPU are amazing. You have no idea that these were the same screenshots you've posted yourselves a month ago.
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#3
HTC
There's also this:



Source here.
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#4
R0H1T
btarunr
Many Thanks to HTC for the tip.
So he's the one they were looking for, paging CIA/NSA/FBI & Mueller :laugh:
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HTC
R0H1T
So he's the one they were looking for, paging CIA/NSA/FBI & Mueller :laugh:
Yup: that's me ...
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Totally
T1beriu
You guys at TPU are amazing. You have no idea that these were the same screenshots you've posted yourselves a month ago.
Because those are the same screens that they posted a month ago, follow the source link if you want to see the new screenshots.
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simlariver
You guys are late to the party, those chips have been in the backstore of many canadian store for over a week now. Some are even displaying them on the shelves (but refuse to sell them to general public yet).
Many youtubers also claimes to have aquired them (and 400 series mobo) trough "unoficial channels" and have been testing them already but withold results out of respect for other publications (and possible retaliations).

The takeaway here is that April 19 won't be a paper launch :)
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