Ryzen vs i7 (Mainstream); Threadripper vs i9 (HEDT); X299 vs X399; Xeon vs Epyc

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    Probably, if there is a 16-core, something like a 3955X or similar, then 24-core is 3960X, 32-core as 3970X, 48-core (if they make one) as 3980WX, and 64-core is the new 3990WX would be my prediction.
     
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    no point if the 16 cores can only hit like 4.2 - 4.3ghz at absurd voltage like 1.4v.

    more interested in seeing how new TR silicon will bin, everything else now is secondary.
     
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    Except silicon lottery binning on the 3900X and 3800X show the top bins do that at the 1.2V-1.3V range. So if these are binned better than mainstream, should be looking at 50-150MHz, as TR also spreads the heat over a much larger surface area.
     
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    Silicon Lottery Reveals AMD Ryzen 3000 Binning Stats
    by Zhiye Liu August 14, 2019
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    Starting with the AMD Ryzen 9 3900X, Silicon Lottery's data show that only 6% of its samples were able to hit 4.20 GHz on all 12 cores with a voltage of 1.250V. Needless to say, this is a pretty disappointing figure for performance seekers who love overclocking their processors for extra performance. On the bright side, 35% of the tested Ryzen 9 3900X chips could do 4.15 GHz on 1.237V.

    Source: Silicon Lottery Twitter
     
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    Everyone knows you can not get much from overclocking Ryzen 7nm. As far though as performance seekers, well Ryzen is the ticket.
     
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    You'll need 3900X
     
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    < Waiting for 32 core TR3 here :).
     
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    If that 32 core does anywhere near 4.4 all cores, then Intel's OC Xeon is dead, along with with equivalent priced 16 and 18 core Intel extreme CPUs.
     
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