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AMD's Zen 3 Ryzen 5000 'Where Gaming Begins' Livestream


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Its that time of the year where my INTEL stocks will go down contrary to the upward shift they had in the past day *haha*. 

 

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AMD plans to announce its hotly-anticipated Zen 3 'Vermeer' processors on October 8 at 9am PT. The company will livestream its "Where Gaming Begins" event, which you can watch below.

 

 

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No 4000 series then?

I may upgrade to this. I do need a better CPU and more RAM so it seems like it would be a good idea. I'm going to go 8c/16t this time. I thought 6c/12t would be enough for a very long time, turns out it wasn't.

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In the market to both upgrade my 3900X as well as hopefully nab a 3300x replacement if AMD provides one at a sane price point.

 

Intel's "no XMP unless you buy Z490" policy combined with the pitiful 2666 stock support has me pretty annoyed at their i3 lineup atm, and 3300Xs are gone everywhere, so here's hoping for a theoretical 5300X out the gate.

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If rumours are true then @KyadCK you will have some good upgrade path. Depending on what you aim to do with the machine. 

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2 hours ago, Andrew said:

No 4000 series then?

I may upgrade to this. I do need a better CPU and more RAM so it seems like it would be a good idea. I'm going to go 8c/16t this time. I thought 6c/12t would be enough for a very long time, turns out it wasn't.

 

Yeah, I think AMD is trying to differentiate between 4000 series Renoir APUs which is based on Zen2 and 5000 which I believe is 'Warhol', based on Zen3.

 

If the rumors are true about an 8 core, single CCX; I'm going to switch out my 3900X for the 5800X or whatever the 8 core equivalent is. Not doing much work at home anymore, so gaming/simming is my primary use case. 

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1 hour ago, Lancer VI said:

If the rumors are true about an 8 core, single CCX; I'm going to switch out my 3900X for the 5800X or whatever the 8 core equivalent is. Not doing much work at home anymore, so gaming/simming is my primary use case. 

 

This is where I am with it as well. That feels like a worthy upgrade to retire my 4790k.

 

52 minutes now for the livestream.

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6 hours ago, Lancer VI said:

 

Yeah, I think AMD is trying to differentiate between 4000 series Renoir APUs which is based on Zen2 and 5000 which I believe is 'Warhol', based on Zen3.

 

If the rumors are true about an 8 core, single CCX; I'm going to switch out my 3900X for the 5800X or whatever the 8 core equivalent is. Not doing much work at home anymore, so gaming/simming is my primary use case. 

Zen 3 5000 series = Vermeer

Zen 3 refresh = Warhol

Zen 4 = Raphael

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8 hours ago, Mistio said:

If rumours are true then @KyadCK you will have some good upgrade path. Depending on what you aim to do with the machine. 

 

The low-core box? Hyper-modded MC server. Need every scrap of ST I can get but don't wanna drop much on it.

 

Looks like a 5900X to replace my 3900X, and then maybe just drop this 3900X in the server and turn off the "bad" CCXs if I cant find a buyer. Maybe some new RAM since my board is QVL'd for 4700 kits if the new CPU's IF can handle it. The 4k APUs have me hopeful.

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4 minutes ago, KyadCK said:

 

The low-core box? Hyper-modded MC server. Need every scrap of ST I can get but don't wanna drop much on it.

 

Looks like a 5900X to replace my 3900X, and then maybe just drop this 3900X in the server and turn off the "bad" CCXs if I cant find a buyer. Maybe some new RAM since my board is QVL'd for 4700 kits if the new CPU's IF can handle it. The 4k APUs have me hopeful.

You still doing MC server stuff? Weren't you one of the mods on the OCN-MC server? I still have the map files for that somewhere..

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44 minutes ago, UltraMega said:

You still doing MC server stuff? Weren't you one of the mods on the OCN-MC server? I still have the map files for that somewhere..

 

Was the admin that wrote all the cool stuff (read: GUI menus, manual terrain gain, multi server proxies and chat, etc) at the end actually, but yes, I remember you and all the interesting drama we all caused for Enterprise back in the day, and taking the Builder+ test.

 

I still dabble, but not the the extent it once was. Figured I'd throw up a GT:NH server and see if anyone actually bites. If not, ah well, still get to play with new stuff. I also offered to help @axipher with his server admin side if he wanted it, but I'm not trying to get back into it as deep as before. I regret nothing, but it was work.

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22 minutes ago, KyadCK said:

 

Was the admin that wrote all the cool stuff (read: GUI menus, manual terrain gain, multi server proxies and chat, etc) at the end actually, but yes, I remember you and all the interesting drama we all caused for Enterprise back in the day, and taking the Builder+ test.

 

I still dabble, but not the the extent it once was. Figured I'd throw up a GT:NH server and see if anyone actually bites. If not, ah well, still get to play with new stuff. I also offered to help @axipher with his server admin side if he wanted it, but I'm not trying to get back into it as deep as before. I regret nothing, but it was work.

Sure was. Lots of lessons learned about group dynamics too, like things to avoid. Def got too lax with the control of the server, allowing too many people to make uncoordinated changes and thus breaking plugins. It would be interesting to have an MC server that was just paid hosting with a dedicated site to eliminate the complexity of hosting for all the types of people who used to play again. The things they did with redstone were really impressive. 

 

Not that I'd ever want to deal with all that drama again. If I were to do it over, so many more ppl would have just been perma banned. We were way to forgiving in some cases where people were obviously trying to get away with doing as much damage as they could, or hijacking control for themselves.

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