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Ryzen 7000 performance leak

Jul 26, 2013
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System Name Electra II
Processor AMD Ryzen 5 3600 @ 4.40 GHz (1.3 V)
Motherboard ASUS PRIME X570-PRO (BIOS 3405)
Cooling Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO
Memory 16 GiB Corsair Vengeance PRO RGB (DDR4-3200 16-18-18-36)
Video Card(s) SAPPHIRE PULSE RX 570 (4 GiB GDDR5; 1,284 MHz core / 1,750 MHz memory)
Storage 1 TiB Samsung 970 EVO Plus + 4 TB WD Red Pro
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Case Fractal Design Focus G (Black)
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Keyboard Gigabyte GK-K7100
Software Windows 10 21H2 Pro x64
Benchmark Scores CPU-Z = 542/4,479 — R15 = 212/1,741 — R20 = 510/3,980 — PM 10 = 2,784/19,911 — GB 5 = 1,316/7,564
I'd be interested to see what Intel could do if everyone used an Intel operating system on Intel hardware within a strict ecosystem. Works for AMD as well.


Dec 16, 2012
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Processor AMD Ryzen 5 3600 / Intel Xeon X5675
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Storage ~2TB of SSDs + 2TB / 240GB of SSDs + 1.25TB
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Power Supply Fractal Ion 550W / Seasonic Focus+ Gold 750W
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Keyboard NOS C450 Mini Pro RGB / IBM Keyboard
VR HMD Oculus Rift CV1
Software Win 11 Pro ENG / Win 10 Pro ENG
At least they improve the IPC on every generation, unlike Intel who used the same architecture for 5 generations with just adding cores and clocks. And these clock higher than current Zen3s, so there will be higher performance.

And I know that Intel has improved now, but AMD has improved with every new generation.
May 20, 2020
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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.
Adding to this however - software should not be confined to an "ecosystem"/some "fruit or mushy&mini store", but freely distributed and this was probably the root of X86's success. However said fruitcups and mushymicrons are doing their best to lock users out of their computers under guise of "secure platform" and that's the real problem.