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Kinda disappointed if this ends up being the gains although >15% is kinda vague....


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Kinda disappointed if this ends up being the gains although >15% is kinda vague....


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Single thread uplift, meaning not IPC, just performance. With those clocks it might end up being furnace, if that's true, then it's very disappointing. There was no need for that, not when AMD shows superior engineering. Perhaps, AMD is running out of steam again. Either way, this is sending some RX 6500XT and FX 9590 vibes.
 
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So.... >15% Single-Thread Uplift , great if you benchmark Cinebench R23 single-thread all day long.. :D
 
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>15% single threaded is vague? lol wut?

And this thread is all wrong. This isn't a leak.
 
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It technically was because the slide presented was posted a day before the AMD computex presenation
It was a leak for what a few hours. It's not now. Making a new thread calling it a leak when it comes right from AMD is well...
 
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As long as they don't include E-waste cores for the sake of pretend-lower power consumption (hint:i ntel).
There's a lot of valid ways to critisize ecores. I for one don't like that they mix instruction sets, etc. But the low power side of them is actually usable, good, and very valid when sitting in Desktop apps. Nothing "pretend" about that.

I'd still prefer they just made allaround efficient pcores but thats a bit OT.
 
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There's a lot of valid ways to critisize ecores. I for one don't like that they mix instruction sets, etc. But the low power side of them is actually usable, good, and very valid when sitting in Desktop apps. Nothing "pretend" about that.
With pretend-lower power consumption I meant the whole CPU. There's nothing simpler (to the over-zealous leadership of the company) than to order to mix low power production line with high power to (in their heads) get an acceptable product. Either it's very hard to optimise normal cores further or there are process limitations (still) in the way.
And what is better than the compromised software maker that does everything to make such a product really look good?
I'd still prefer they just made allaround efficient pcores but thats a bit OT.
My point exactly.
 

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As long as they don't include E-waste cores for the sake of pretend-lower power consumption (hint:i ntel).

E waste cores. you clearly do not understand them, maybe you should try before making yourself look dumb
 
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E Cores are called Efficiency Cores and not Performance Cores for a reason... they belong into devices with a battery...
the cripple the Ring clock by at least 1Ghz, turning them off without touching anything else can boost some games by so much that you think you went from a 2600k to a 12900k (Valorant is the best example where disabled e cores bump up the framerate by around 150-250 FPS on average.)

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turning them off without touching anything else can boost some games by so much that you think you went from a 2600k to a 12900k
Out of curiosity, with what OS i.e. even Win11?
 
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Every time I come back here I am amazed at how close minded you all are and still hold the same opinions over E-cores lol. They're good, and it was a good idea to make Alder Lake competitive, can't change my mind. Lock a 5950X and 12900K at 35W, see who beats who.
 
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Every time I come back here I am amazed at how close minded you all are and still hold the same opinions over E-cores lol. They're good, and it was a good idea to make Alder Lake competitive, can't change my mind. Lock a 5950X and 12900K at 35W, see who beats who.
You’re amazed by their options and your mind can’t be changed. So you’re … close minded? (;
 

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So just a mere optical shrink of Zen3 with clock and L2 bump, an they shunck in the decrepit RDNA2 in the IO chip to negate shrinking space benefits of 6nm, compared to 12nm.

E Cores are...

You have crippled the PCIe to 12x and removed the direct M.2 off the CPU die, perhaps you might want to rethink this decision.
maybe in meteor lake there will be performance core only variant, but in fewer core count 6-8, so we get what we get.
The presence or not of Ecore and iGPU is irrelevant and not many people can afford 12-16 core anyways,
or should they even consider it, what for. the forum signature, no idea.
 
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Out of curiosity, with what OS i.e. even Win11?
i only use windows 11 with alder lake.

Every time I come back here I am amazed at how close minded you all are and still hold the same opinions over E-cores lol. They're good, and it was a good idea to make Alder Lake competitive, can't change my mind. Lock a 5950X and 12900K at 35W, see who beats who.
because it is so important in a desktop PC cooled with a 360mm radiator and a 1200W PSU that my 600 dollar CPU beats another one at 35W. (btw their multicore performance is so low that a 10 core would already be faster even with slightly lower clocks)
i want the maximum performance and not this hybrid laptop junk that makes everything worse just by existing. (including wasting die space and raises the price of the CPU)
 
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i only use windows 11 with alder lake.


because it is so important in a desktop PC cooled with a 360mm radiator and a 1200W PSU that my 600 dollar CPU beats another one at 35W.
i want the maximum performance and not this hybrid laptop junk that makes everything worse just by existing. (including wasting die space and raises the price of the CPU)
So recent software can't work with e cores yet? I thought at least Windows 11 can?
 
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Lock a 5950X and 12900K at 35W, see who beats who.

I would actually like to see that, because I seem to remember a 5950X being locked to a very low TDP before was actually exceptionally good.
 
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So recent software can't work with e cores yet? I thought at least Windows 11 can?
Valorant somewhat utilizes ~12 threads and two are under high load.
as soon as e cores are enabled one of these two threads sits in the last e-core and one on the p cores.

the "standing still in a corner on an empty map" FPS are similar but while playing the game it's massive. (250-400 FPS with the E Cores and around 400-600 FPS without them)
the "4.65GHz" in Task Manager are there because of the 4Ghz E-Core clock that loweres the average. both are at 5Ghz and 4.3GHz Ring.
 

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Valorant somewhat utilizes ~12 threads and two are under high load.
as soon as e cores are enabled one of these two threads sits in the last e-core and one on the p cores.

the "standing still in a corner on an empty map" FPS are similar but while playing the game it's massive. (250-400 FPS with the E Cores and around 400-600 FPS without them)
the "4.65GHz" in Task Manager are there because of the 4Ghz E-Core clock that loweres the average. both are at 5Ghz and 4.3GHz Ring.

Is it worth disabling my E cores( 12700k) and running just as 8/16 on P cores then?
 

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And now everybody look at M1 and realize how outdated X86 is.
 

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X86 is what it is; thank wintel over the years for pushing it. So now we are kind of stuck with it.
More important is to not make it even worse because some company can't get their manufacturing process together.

You come up with something better then, you seem to know better than Intel. You will make a million selling them your better idea.
 

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X86 is what it is; thank wintel over the years for pushing it. So now we are kind of stuck with it.
More important is to not make it even worse because some company can't get their manufacturing process together.
If Microsoft would make Windows ARM version that works as good as the OSX for M1 with good emulation for x86 just to make the transition smoother from X86 to ARM it would be a different story.
I'm not saying the x86 should be buried I'm sure it will have place in the server world and personal space for some as well but for 99.99% of people ARM just makes more sense.
If we would have ARM desktop chip that was as mass produced like the x86 are ARM should be cheaper while faster and more energy efficient.
 
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Apple could do that because the Mx chips have class leading IPC & thermals, QC or anyone else in ARM space isn't anywhere within a million miles of them right now! Of course Apple owning the whole ecosystem makes a massive difference but still.
 
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