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Ryzen 9 3950X geekbench confirmed and binned chiplets.

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According to this side. That Geekbench result of a Ryzen 9 3950X that leaked out some time ago is true. it whas doen on en ES model Ryzen 9 3950X with an AIO cooler.

Also it seems the model that will be released to the marked will get special binned 8 core chiplets to boost core clock. The special binned chiplets shut also be the reason for why 3950X is so more exspensive over the 12 core part.
https://www.pcgamesn.com/amd/ryzen-9-3950x-best-gaming-cpu

This only for me makes this cpu even more interesting now. Cause it seems that it is really possible to get I9 9960X performance but for half of the price now.
 
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