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Old 19-05-2017, 20:52   #5641
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Threadripper a Brand, not Codename: AMD, More Details
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Old 19-05-2017, 21:10   #5642
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Ca Kaby Lake/Coffee Lake, si tot cu "lache" in coada tare Hardware suna. )

Coffee Lake de exemplu faci dupa ce te strici la burta.
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Old 19-05-2017, 21:24   #5643
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Pe bune...?!? Threadripper suna mai mult a formatie rock decat a ceva hardware... AMD chiar ma uimeste cu denumirile lor total neinspirate... lol
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Ca Kaby Lake/Coffee Lake, si tot cu "lache" in coada tare Hardware suna. )
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parca ai fi copil ma jur. )
=))))))))))) Daca mi-o zicea altcineva, dar daca vine de la tine aproape ca e compliment.
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Threadripper, the new AMD rock band is in town Intel bitch.

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Mie Threadripper īmi suna foarte bine.

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Old 19-05-2017, 23:00   #5646
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Threadripper sună bine, da' mă rog, īs metalist deci e pe gustul meu
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Old 19-05-2017, 23:06   #5647
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AMD Ryzen 2000 Series Processors Based on Refined 14 nm Process

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At its Analyst Day follow-up conference call, AMD confirmed that the company could build a new generation of Ryzen processors on 14 nm (albeit refined 14 nm) process, before transitioning to "Zen2," which will be built on the 7 nm process. As the first "Zen" based products built on the 14 nm process, the Ryzen "Summit Ridge" processors are based on the current-generation 14 nm FinFET process. AMD hopes to tap into a more refined version of this process before moving on to "Zen 2."

This could indicate that AMD's next generation of Ryzen processors, likely the Ryzen # 2xxx series, could be minor incremental updates to the current product stack, likely in the form of higher clock speeds or better energy-efficiency facilitated by the refined 14 nm process, but nothing major in the way of micro-architecture. Assuming the current Ryzen product stack, which will be augmented by Ryzen 3 series, Ryzen Pro series, and Ryzen APUs in the second half of 2017; last till mid-2018, one could expect a follow-up or refreshed Ryzen # 2xxx series run up to another year, before AMD makes a "leapfrog" upgrade to the 7 nm process with "Zen2," in all likelihood, by 2019.


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Old 22-05-2017, 10:20   #5650
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AMD Ryzen-optimized C and C++ Compilers Improve Performance



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AMD followed up its Ryzen processor launch with support for the software development ecosystem by releasing special C and C++ compilers that let you make software that can fully take advantage of the "Zen" micro-architecture. The new AOCC 1.0 C/C++ compilers by AMD are based on LLVM Clang, with "Zen" specific patches. AMD claims AOCC offers improved vectorization and better code generation for "Zen" based CPUs. It also includes a "Zen" optimized linker.

Phoronix benchmarked AOCC against other more common compilers such as GCC 6.3, GCC 7.1, GCC 8, LLVM Clang 4.0, and LLVM Clang 5.0 using a Ryzen 7-1700 eight-core processor powered machine, running on Ubuntu 17.04 Linux, and found that AOCC offers higher performance than GCC in most cases, LLVM Clang in some cases, and marginally higher performance than LLVM Clang in some cases. Find more results in the link below.
Foarte frumos, acum si Microsoft sa isi updateze compilatorul si lucrurile incep sa stea mai bine.
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Old 22-05-2017, 16:35   #5651
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De fapt ar fi mai bine să citești articolul inițial. Tot pe phoronix este și un articol ce continuă testele acestea folosind o funcționalitate nou introdusă de AMD. Rezultatele nu sunt īmbucurătoare. Există cod ce nu compilează macar. Oricum, rostul acestui compilator e să fie o etapă īn integrarea īmbunătățirilor AMD in clang.

E un pas mic pentru AMD dar īn direcția corectă.
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Old 22-05-2017, 20:05   #5652
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Niste teste pe care de mult as fi vrut sa le vad 1700X https://goo.gl/WCpYs2
Si aici apare i7 7700k cu ram 3200, nu prea inteleg...ryzen pare prea bun aici https://goo.gl/3RZ7nX Care e faza?
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Old 22-05-2017, 22:07   #5653
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AMD Announces AGESA Update 1.0.0.6 - Supports up to 4000 MHz Memory Clocks
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http://www.anandtech.com/show/11447/...sa-1006-update

Demonstrating their commitment to keep improving the AM4 platform, AMD has just published a suite of details about their upcoming AGESA 1.0.0.6 firmware. Of particular interest here, the latest firmware is going to enhance memory overclocking and compability, as well as add a much needed virtualization-related feature.

AGESA is an acronym for “AMD Generic Encapsulated System Architecture", and it is essentially the foundational code on which BIOS files for AM4 motherboards are built. When the Ryzen AM4 platform was launched back in March, the early AGESA versions lacked a lot of the core capabilities and settings that we have come to expect from a modern platform. As a result, motherboard manufacturers did not have a lot to work with when it came to creating feature-rich custom BIOSes for their own motherboards. Since then AMD has been pretty vocal and proactive about fixing any bugs, opening up new BIOS features, and improving overclocking.

With this new AGESA version, AMD has added 26 new memory-related parameters. The most dramatic improvement is the significant expansion of memory speed options. If we exclude base block overclocking - which relatively few motherboards support - the AM4 platform has thus far been effectively limited to memory speeds of DDR4-3200. Not only that, but the supported range of options from DDR4-1866 to DDR4-3200 was in large 266MT/s increments. With AGESA 1.0.0.6, memory frequencies have not only been expanded all the way up to DDR4-4000, but between DDR4-2667 and DDR4-4000 the increments have been reduced to 133MT/s. Not only does this mean that more memory kits will be able to be run at their rated speed - and not get kicked down to the nearest supported speed - but it also significantly reduces the high-speed memory gap that the AM4 platform had with Intel's mainstream LGA1151 platform.

The other important announcement is the unlocking of about two dozen memory timings. Up until now, only five primary memory timings have been adjustable and there wasn't even a command rate option, which was natively locked to the most aggressive 1T setting. All of this should help improve overclocking and most importantly compatibility with the large swathe of DDR4 memory kits that have largely been engineered with Intel platforms in mind.

AMD has already distributed the AGESA 1.0.0.6 to its motherboard partners, so BIOS updates should be available starting in mid to late June. Having said that, there are apparently beta versions currently available for the ASUS Crosshair VI and GIGABYTE GA-AX370-Gaming 5.


Prin acest update ne apropiem mult de tot ce ar trebui sa fie platforma AM4 din cate se pare...

L.E: screenshot-uri cu un beta-Bios pentru Asus Crosshair Formula si (inca odata) motivele pentru care acest update e atat de important pentru platforma AM4
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Pot să vă zic că, īntr-adevăr, s-au mișcat lucrurile īn bine dpdv al memoriei cu noul agesa. Memoria mea nu e complet stabilă la 3200,dar merge foarte bine la 3066 cu timinguri bunicele, 14-14-14-30.
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AMD Ryzen 5 1400 3.2 GHz
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AMD Ryzen 9 Threadripper Lineup Leaked – up to 16 Cores & 4.1GHz With Quad Channel DDR4 Support & 44 PCIe Lanes

http://wccftech.com/amd-ryzen-9-lineup-threadripper/
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Daca iese iar la jumatate din pret din cat o sa fie i9-le cu 18 Core, dar cu frecvente de 4.1 in boost... omg
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Is foarte curios cat o sa urce in frecvente i9-le cu 18 Core-uri.
Nu cred ca poate 5 Ghz.......4-4.5Ghz......

Aaa si pretul normal, cred ca cer mai mult de 100$ per core
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