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Ryzen 3000 CPUs: Anybody planning to run Snakeoil on it?

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I've been waiting a long time for this, but looks like Ryzen 3000 is finally coming, to be released on 7th July, 2019.

7 nm.

Quote:Today at Computex, AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su is announcing the raft of processors it will be launching on its new Zen 2 chiplet-based microarchitecture. Among other things, AMD is unveiling its new Ryzen 9 product tier, which it is using for its 12-core Ryzen 9 3900X processor, and which runs at 4.6 GHz boost. All of the five processors will be PCIe 4.0 enabled, and while they are being accompanied by the new X570 chipset launch, they still use the same AM4 socket, meaning some AMD 300 and 400-series motherboards can still be used. We have all the details inside.


My first 3000 series will be for Snakeoil development. This is going to replace the current backend dev system. Going for the low end CPU (3600) because of it's 65W TDP. This will hopefully be the machine that powers the kernel download site.

Next year or thereafter, will get one and test that for audio.

Anybody else planning on getting this too? Replacing their Xeons for convolution, HQPlayer, etc? This is a big release. And it will change the IT markets, and perhaps the audio market.
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