- May 7, 2009
- 5,371 (1.41/day)
- Carrollton, GA
|Processor||AMD Ryzen 7 1800X @ 3.9 GHz (all cores)|
|Motherboard||ASRock TaiChi X370|
|Cooling||Cryorig Universal R1|
|Memory||16 GB G.Skill FlareX @ 3200 MHz 14-14-14-34|
|Video Card(s)||Nvidia Gigabyte Aorus GeForce GTX 1080 Ti|
|Storage||WD Blue M.2 1TB SSD :: 10 TB RAID 1 Array of 2 drives|
|Display(s)||Dell S2716DG 27" 144 Hz G-SYNC|
|Audio Device(s)||Onboard Audio|
|Power Supply||Antec HCP 850 80+ Gold|
|Keyboard||Corsair K70 RGB Lux|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro 64-bit|
|Benchmark Scores||I don't benchmark.|
The will not be moving the Enthusiast chips to FM2. FM2 will be the successor of FM1 and strickly for the APUs. The next socket for enthusiast will be AM4. What they will do with that structure, I am simple not sure.BD should bring them back to atleast, nipping at the heels of sandy bridge. pile driver isn't comming till mid to late 2012 and considering they mentioned q3, i'd guess that would be about the time they come. So is almost a year really that soon?
personally i'm going to wait it out till 2013 when they should be moving to a socket (FM2?3?) that does away with the NB, has native usb3, etc. the only upgrading i'll be doing in the mean time is probably moving to a 1055t and maybe a new gpu.
Also I think the 10% gain is the minimum gain expected from Piledriver with some tests show even more improvement.