Specifications for AMD's Ryzen 9 series of 10+ core CPUs have leaked

Specifications for AMD's Ryzen 9 series of 10+ core CPUs have leaked

Specifications for AMD's Ryzen 9 series of 10+ core CPUs have leaked

Specifications for AMD's Ryzen 9 series of 10+ core CPUs have leaked

 
Specifications for AMD's Ryzen 9 series of 10+ core CPUs have leaked, offering insane levels of multi-threaded performance for consumers. 
 
Right now leaked data suggests that AMD's upcoming HEDT platform will come with the Ryzen 9 naming scheme and with 9 different CPU SKUs. These CPUs are said to come with 10-16 CPU cores and 20-32 threads, which is more cores than any of Intel's existing desktop platforms. 
 
These new leaks suggest that AMD will be able to offer CPUs with clock speeds that are all over 3GHz, with select models boosting to 4GHz. If these leaks are correct, AMD's HEDT platform will offer a lot of CPU performance, with up to 4 more cores than Intel's upcoming X299 Skylake-X offerings.  
 
 
 CoresThreadsTDPMemBase clockBoost Clock XFR
R9 1998X1632155W4x 3200MHz3.5GHz3.8GHz+100MHz
R9 199816323.2GHz3.6GHz-
R9 1977X14283.5GHz3.9GHz+100MHz
R9 19771428140W3.2GHz3.7GHz-
R9 1976X12243.6GHz4.0GHz+100MHz
R9 1956X1224125W3.2Ghz3.7GHz+100MHz
R9 195612243.0GHz3.7GHz-
R9 1955X10203.6GHz3.9GHz+100MHz
R9 195510204x 3200MHz3.1GHz3.7GHz-
R7 1800X (AM4)81695W2x 2666MHz3.6GHz4.0GHz+100MHz
 
As can be seen in the graph above, these leaks come with some very complicated naming schemes, with X series models coming with XFR support and higher base/boost clock speeds and the CPU's core count being double the final number in the CPU's name. 

This naming scheme is not exactly user-friendly, though to say the least a 10+ core CPU is simply beyond the requirements of most PC users. 

Specifications for AMD's Ryzen 9 series of 10+ core CPUs have leaked

 

AMD will be hosting their Financial Analyst Day tomorrow, May 16th, where AMD are expected to reveal their Naples server platform and other new HEDT CPUs. This event will be detailing a lot of AMD's upcoming 2017 product lineup, with AMD's new "threadripper"/"Whitehaven" platform being expected to make an appearance. 

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's rumoured Ryzen 9 series CPUs on the OC3D Forums.  

  

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15-05-2017, 11:33:57

AlienALX
Genuinely excited about the AMD parts. If the 10 core comes in at £500 or so Intel are in all sorts of trouble Quote

15-05-2017, 12:22:40

Chrazey
What I find both rather funny/amusing and interesting, is that despite Intel's decades of experience and billions of money, in comparison to AMD, they still have a high TDP in their CPUs. Meanwhile AMD is keeping them lower, even though having more cores and more threads.Quote

15-05-2017, 12:34:44

WYP
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
What I find both rather funny/amusing and interesting, is that despite Intel's decades of experience and billions of money, in comparison to AMD, they still have a high TDP in their CPUs. Meanwhile AMD is keeping them lower, even though having more cores and more threads.
It needs to be remembered that AMD are measuring TDP in a different way than Intel for CPUs, just look at power draw testing that compares a i7 6900K and a R7 1800X.

Both of those CPUs use similar amounts of power under load, but the Intel has a 140W TDP whereas the AMD has a TDP of 95W.Quote

15-05-2017, 12:46:17

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
It needs to be remembered that AMD are measuring TDP in a different way than Intel for CPUs, just look at power draw testing that compares a i7 6900K and a R7 1800X.

Both of those CPUs use similar amounts of power under load, but the Intel has a 140W TDP whereas the AMD has a TDP of 95W.
Well that is just so missleading then... What if your purchase is based on an SFF build with for example an Noctua NH-L9i cooler and the TDP is important for that type of cooler?.Quote

15-05-2017, 12:46:32

Bagpuss
If core counts keep rising like this we'll be able to run the Cinebench test...in real time at 24fps.Quote
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