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https://hothardware.com/news/amd-ryzen-am5-cpus-2022-intel-z790-raptor-lake-q3I'm still waiting to see where this info came from...
um...no.turns out these vcache cpus will be on AM5 and not on AM4
Will 15% be enough against Alderlake though especially with those supposed ST numbers?I'm calling it now: Ryzen 5000 will see some limited run refreshes - another XT line? - using the V cache to take the performance crown back from Alder Lake. They'll be announced and demoes at CES and available about February. That serves to get TSMC's stacking ultra reliable (allegedly 1 layer is trivial already) ready for volume production of Zen 4 chiplets, and also for memory manufacturers to flood the market with DDR5, let the performance and price stabilise and basically let Intel early adopters pick up the bill.
Will 15% be enough against Alderlake though especially with those supposed ST numbers?
Alder Lake Cinebench R20 Leak is 810 Points ST.
5950X ST is about 650, +15% would = 748, so 9% short.
12900K R20 MT: 11600
5950X R20: 10500, + 15% = 12,075.
Its Zen 4 that Alder Lake is up against tho and the performance increase of that is rumoured to be significant, whatever that means, its going to be higher than Zen 3D.
I guess that depends if the V-cache translates into production workloads as well as it does games as there was only gaming benchmarks shown in the teaser.
We've all seen how Intel has started massaging benchmarks since they lost the performance lead (including claiming higher gaming performance from the higher specced graphics card in a system and pretending it's down to their CPUs), so I'll not trust any numbers they put out until I see independent benchmarks from trusted reviewers.
Isn't the most cache friendly (or dependent) workload something like 7zip?I guess that depends if the V-cache translates into production workloads as well as it does games as there was only gaming benchmarks shown in the teaser.