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    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    I'm still not sure whether the IF is unstable, or actually the memory is. If you say CJR mem's sweetspot is around 3600-3800 then 4133MHz seems quite high on all accounts. Won't stop me from trying though of course :). Regarding voltages, I'm a bit hesitant going much higher on the VSOC, what...
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    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    Thanks!! that's some great info I believe I did specifically disable TSME after reading about it somewhere, but I'll dig around and see what else can be done. Edit: @tabascosauz After tinkering for too long when I should be doing something else: Apparently my motherboard doesn't automatically...
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    AMD Announces Ryzen 5000G and PRO 5000G Desktop Processors

    Interesting! An upside of that very high powerceiling is them needing to innovate on the heat dissipation front, and apparently it shows! Why do you think you'll get a lot of hate? Kind of a pessimistic outlook, certainly on a tech forum.
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    AMD Announces Ryzen 5000G and PRO 5000G Desktop Processors

    Not to mention "Real men have fabs" by Jerry Sanders from AMD.
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    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    Thanks! With whack and out of sync you mean the MCLK, FCLK and UCLKC? I have most power saving features still turned on. I suppose I'll get better benching scores with everything running full tilt all the time? Would safemode work? I currently have VSOC on auto as manually setting it to 1.1...
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    AMD Announces Ryzen 5000G and PRO 5000G Desktop Processors

    There are some rumors regarding the chips of their next AM5 platform regarding this. Supposedly they will all include at the least some very basic graphics capabilities, perhaps in the IO die.
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    *Important* What do you think when will GPU shortages end?

    A poll would probably be a good idea with questions like these. I'm gonna go with the 2nd half of 2022 at the earliest, but as others have said there might be a need for an industry wide change, something that takes quite a while in this biz, before shortages really disappear.
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    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    Using Hynix CJR B2 sticks at 1,4V. First serious attempt at getting better latencies and speed, as this chip profits a lot from better ram. Used DRAM Calculator to guide me a bit, although it only supports my RAM up to 3800 so i just took those timings wherever possible. Tried to lower most of...
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    AMD Announces Ryzen 5000G and PRO 5000G Desktop Processors

    The GPU is indeed of the Vega type, just like previous ZEN APUs. The next APU is rumored to be RDNA2 based, but a long way off still.
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    AMD Announces Ryzen 5000G and PRO 5000G Desktop Processors

    It might be worth looking for specific motherboards in your case. My current motherboard - APU combo allows me to lower the APU TDP in BIOS; it lets me choose between 65W, 35W and custom TDP profiles. I imagine that would be perfect in your case, and performance is still plenty good with a...
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    TSMC Claims Breakthrough on 1nm Chip Production

    I agree that they currently do have an influence on prices, but would they also be able to do the same if there was enough supply to satisfy demand? If anything it says to me that the products are too cheap for their demand so people are capitalizing on the difference. If supply and demand were...
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    TSMC Claims Breakthrough on 1nm Chip Production

    While I agree that it's slightly dishonest, one can argue that it started to matter a whole lot less when the state of the art switched (hehe geddit) away from planar transistors. Putting 'nm numbers' on things like FinFETs, GAA FETs and whatever else they're cooking up doesn't really make all...
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    TSMC Claims Breakthrough on 1nm Chip Production

    Demand drives price,... Let's hope by that time supply is better able to serve it :)
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    TSMC Claims Breakthrough on 1nm Chip Production

    Haha small but funny spelling mistake. I believe the NUT in the 2nd last sentence should be NTU. Thanks for the article! gives hope for the future of semiconductors.
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    AMD and GlobalFoundries Wafer Supply Agreement Now Non-Exclusive, Paves Way for 7nm sIOD

    The SOC would definitely gain from being produced on a smaller and more frugal node. Current AMD server hardware is actually suffering quite a bit from a very high base line power use because of the IO die. A lot of interesting info on this topic can be found in this anandtech review: Power &...
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