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  • monte84
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    Michael What CPU govenor was being used in testing? The default OnDemand gives me terrible performance. In CoH2 I lose about 10fpsAVG when using ondemand vs performance. Are the games running at max in game settings?

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  • edwaleni
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    Originally posted by eydee View Post
    Ryzen is supposed to be a Broadwell competitor. Kaby beating it is no surprise, and no BIOS update will change it.
    Agreed. Look at the posts on Zen before it was released. Everyones' conclusion was that it would compete with Broadwell out the door, Not Kaby Lake.

    Look for Ryzen II to exceed Kaby Lake.

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  • sdack
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    What a mixed bag this is... Ryzen obviously has got some great potential, which is really good. But it will take a while until the software developers tap into it. Some will likely ignore it and stay focused on Intel, like it's the case with graphics (and game makers more often focusing on Nvidia).

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  • phred14
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    Wasn't there an Intel price-drop right after Ryzen announced? In the review they compared Intel's $340 to AMD's $499. What was Intel's price before the drop?

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  • eydee
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    Ryzen is supposed to be a Broadwell competitor. Kaby beating it is no surprise, and no BIOS update will change it.

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  • macemoneta
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    Originally posted by bug77 View Post
    Performance per core still matters as some of these benchmarks show.
    Exactly. Even multi-threaded applications will have their threads limited to the performance of a single core. The I7-7700K and I7-4790K still rule in single thread performance. It doesn't fit well into 'more is better' marketing though.

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  • Wielkie G
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    The machine learning SciKit-Learn test was also better on the i7-7700K.
    The graph says otherwise.

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  • bug77
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    Performance per core still matters as some of these benchmarks show.

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  • efikkan
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    Originally posted by danangdk View Post
    too bad for AMD, need more optimized software???
    AMD needs a better prefetcher.

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  • danangdk
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    too bad for AMD, need more optimized software???

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