Clevo + Ryzen: possible?

Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by thegh0sts, Feb 23, 2017.

  1. Prostar Computer

    Prostar Computer Company Representative

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    Nothing new when it comes to AMD. Historically, their CPUs tend to draw more power than comparable Intel chips.
     
  2. Stooj

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    Depends on the chip, but the 1700/1700x actually run significantly under Intel 8-core chips. There's also the 20C temperature offset to consider. Most reviews haven't been adjusted for that yet.

    The R7 1700 would be a pretty good candidate. It actually uses less power than the 7700K (stock for stock) and runs a pretty significant performance lead under well threaded benchmarks.
     
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    Generally process related as Intel always has a step ahead in the fabrication game.
     
  4. Papusan

    Papusan BGA Filthy = That sucks!! STAHP! Dont buy FILTH...

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    And Intel coming Intel 300 series chipsets to integrate USB 3.1 Gen 2 and Gigabit WIFI - Guru3d.com You're welcome:vbbiggrin:

    As expected... BGA Trash will also come with 6C-12T as I have seen before.


    "Intel 300 series desktop processor motherboard will be based on the current LGA 1151 socket. Earlier rumours stated that the 300 Series chipset's Coffee Lake-S processor will provide 6 Cores 12 threaded CPUS, which is Intel's first in the mainstream platform to enhance the number of processors and threads."


    Intel axes IDF 2017 as a sign of the changing times - Notebookcheck.net

    "Both San Francisco and Shenzhen have been homes to IDF events. Last year's IDF in San Francisco, which can now be considered the last of its kind, was already heavily focused on IoT, automotive, Optane, and smart clothing rather than PCs and raw processing power;) It's understandable that Intel will be thinning its PC lineup due to wider opportunities elsewhere."
     
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  5. Stooj

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    Psst....this is the Ryzen thread. There's already a rant thread for that.

    Back on topic though, looks like Ryzen 5 was a miss on power consumption. Oddly, the R7 1700 consumes less power than the 6-core 1600x under load which seems to be a side-effect of the lower chips being a cut down die (perhaps lower binned).
     
  6. Meaker@Sager

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    A native quad core die would help, cut down silicon tends to never quite get the best power consumption.
     
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    Intel will not succeed easily if the prices remain sky high. We will see 16 core ryzen cpu during the year. The problem is that mobile computing we will not see soon low tdp 8 core cpus.
     
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    We will need a refocused effort of a dynamic turbo I think which is able to properly turbo up with some cores switched off (with an effective range in the 1Ghz region would be useful).
     
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