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Ryzen 9000 leak shows 19% IPC gains


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Specifically, an engineering sample with the OPN code "100-0000001290" has surfaced, indicating a peak boost frequency of 5.80 GHz, which is a notable 100 MHz increase over its predecessor, the Ryzen 9 7950X. This higher clock speed contributes to an impressive 19% increase in single-threaded performance compared to the Zen 4 architecture.

https://www.guru3d.com/story/new-amd-ryzen-9000-zen-5-cpu-leak-runs-58-ghz-and-faster-than-7950x/

 

 

Pretty impressive increase in this day and age. 

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That's a pretty solid number if true and in line with the IPC increases of the last 2 gens.

 

I am interested to see how Arrow Lake turns out, but I think a 9800X3D might make a nice upgrade from my 5900X.

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On 29/05/2024 at 17:54, Sir Beregond said:

I am interested to see how Arrow Lake turns out, but I think a 9800X3D might make a nice upgrade from my 5900X.

As much as I'd love to say I've owned at least one Ryzen 9 of every gen, the 9800X3D would make more sense for all I use it for... 9900X sounds cooler and the ole Microcenter will have them on sale a lot sooner though so I might end up going that way again 🤣

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3 minutes ago, Fluxmaven said:

As much as I'd love to say I've owned at least one Ryzen 9 of every gen, the 9800X3D would make more sense for all I use it for... 9900X sounds cooler and the ole Microcenter will have them on sale a lot sooner though so I might end up going that way again 🤣

Haha, that is true. Might be a case of 

Why Dont We Have Both GIF

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22 minutes ago, Sir Beregond said:

Haha, that is true. Might be a case of 

Why Dont We Have Both GIF

If I could afford to buy both, I'd love to have them both. 

 

I sold my 7900X to get a 7800X3D and don't regret that since it ended up in a dedicated 1440p gaming machine. In the main rig I lean towards not regressing on core count.

 

I'm not buying both because I need to put money away for CCW2025 in the Netherlands 🙂

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On 30/05/2024 at 00:54, Sir Beregond said:

That's a pretty solid number if true and in line with the IPC increases of the last 2 gens.

 

I am interested to see how Arrow Lake turns out, but I think a 9800X3D might make a nice upgrade from my 5900X.

Hopefully it is. I have the upgrade itch on both laptops/desktop side just need right worthwhile hardware to release

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On 31/05/2024 at 20:37, iamjanco said:

 

I was simply acknowledging that was a good idea; Lord knows what sort of shape I'll be in come 2025.

 

I take it day by day these days.

Off topic but I hope you feel better bud. Taking it day by day is all I can do too, and takes a lot of learning and proper self care.

 

Regarding the 19% improvement: somewhat impressive but I think its not really worth the upgrade for me, if it were on TSMCs 3nm node I would be more interested.

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4 hours ago, neurotix said:

Regarding the 19% improvement: somewhat impressive but I think its not really worth the upgrade for me, if it were on TSMCs 3nm node I would be more interested.

Yeah I very much figure that if you are already on an X3D Zen 4 chip, that there would be very little to no reason to upgrade. Keep in mind the IPC increase claimed is against Zen 4 non-X3D. I suspect the 7800X3D is going to hang right up there with launch Zen 5 just like the 5800X3D did with Launch Zen 4.

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