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AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X - 8-ядерный процессор с тактовой частотой 3800 MHz и кэшем 3-го уровня 16384 KB. Процессор предназначен для настольных компьютеров, разъем - Socket TR4. Имеет встроенный контроллер оперативной памяти (4 канала, DDR4-2666) и контроллер PCI Express 3.0 (количество линий - 64).
|Сегмент||для настольных компьютеров|
|Базовая частота||3800 MHz|
|Turbo Core||4000 MHz|
|Макс. температура||68° C|
|Официальные спецификации||перейти >|
|Кэш L1, КБ||8x64+8x32|
|Кэш L2, КБ||8x512|
|Кэш L3, КБ||16384|
|Контроллер оперативной памяти||4-канальный(DDR4-2666)|
поддерживается ECC память
|Контроллер PCIe||PCI Express 3.0 (64 линии)|
|Другие модули / периферия||• Secure processor|
|• MMX• SSE• SSE2• SSE3• SSE4A• SSSE3• SSE4 (SSE4.1 + SSE4.2)• AES (Advanced Encryption Standard)• AVX (Advanced Vector Extensions)• AVX 2 (Advanced Vector Extensions)• BMI1 (Bit Manipulation inst. 1)||• SHA (Secure Hash Algorithm extensions)• F16C (16-bit Floating-Point conversion)• FMA3 (3-operand Fused Multiply-Add)• AMD64• EVP (Enhanced Virus Protection)• AMD-V (AMD Virtualization)• SMAP (Supervisor Mode Access Prevention)• SMEP• Precision Boost• Extended Frequency Range• SMT (Simultaneous MultiThreading)|
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Ryzen Threadripper 1900X - AMD - WikiChip
Ryzen Threadripper 1900X - AMD
Ryzen Threadripper 1900X is a 64-bit octa-core high-performance x86 desktop microprocessor introduced by AMD in mid-2017. The 1900X, which is based on their Zen microarchitecture, is fabricated on a 14 nm process. This processor operates at a base frequency of 3.8 GHz with a TDP of 180 W and a boost frequency of up to 4 GHz. This MPU supports up to 2 TiB of quad-channel DDR4-2666 memory.
CacheMain article: Zen § Cache
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Cache Organization Cache is a hardware component containing a relatively small and extremely fast memory designed to speed up the performance of a CPU by preparing ahead of time the data it needs to read from a relatively slower medium such as main memory.The organization and amount of cache can have a large impact on the performance, power consumption, die size, and consequently cost of the IC.Cache is specified by its size, number of sets, associativity, block size, sub-block size, and fetch and write-back policies.
Note: All units are in kibibytes and mebibytes.
This processor supports up to 512 GiB per memory channel for a total of 2 TiB.
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Integrated Memory Controller
|Quad Channel||Single Rank||1 DIMM per channel||4 of 8||DDR4-2666|
|2 DIMMs per channel||8 of 8||DDR4-2133|
|Dual Rank||1 DIMM per channel||4 of 8||DDR4-2400|
|2 DIMMs per channel||8 of 8||DDR4-1866|
This processor includes 60 PCIe lanes with PHY of 16 lanes may each have a maximum of 8 PCIe ports (x1, x2, x4, x8, x16). Note that 48 lanes are dedicated for multiple GPUs with the other 12 lanes for I/O.
- eMMC, LPC, SMBus, SPI/eSPI
This processor has no integrated graphics.
- This model has full XFR support, allowing for an additional +200 MHz boost frequency.
FrequenciesSee also: AMD's CPU Frequency Behavior
Beyond the frequencies shown below, with a sufficiently good cooling, this processor has XFR suport for +200 MHz. That is, with good enough cooling, this processor can reach 4.2 GHz on up to four cores.
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|4,000 MHz||4,000 MHz||4,000 MHz||4,000 MHz||3,900 MHz||3,900 MHz||3,900 MHz||3,900 MHz|
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X CPU Review
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The Threadripper processors feature a unique architecture that underperforms AMD's other Ryzen chips in some games. To offset the 1900X's compromises, AMD facilitates its novel Game Mode, which switches the processor into NUMA mode and disables one die. We covered the feature in-depth in our AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X Game Mode, Benchmarked article.
AMD aims Threadripper at content creators, heavy multitaskers, and gamers who stream simultaneously. It also says the processors are ideal for gaming at high resolutions. Threadripper CPUs and the GPUs they're likely paired with aren't intended for playing around at low resolutions, particularly in older, lightly-threaded titles. Still, we test at 1920x1080 to emphasize the difference between competing processors, rather than show you results bound by our graphics card.
VRMark & 3DMark
We aren't big fans of using synthetic benchmarks to measure game performance, but 3DMark's DX11 and DX12 CPU tests provide useful insight into the amount of horsepower available to game engines.
Futuremark's VRMark test lets you gauge your system's suitability for use with the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift, even if you don't currently own an HMD. The Orange Room test is based on the suggested system requirements for current-generation HTC Vive and Oculus Rift HMDs. Futuremark defines a passing score as anything above 109 FPS.
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As expected in VRMark, Threadripper 1900X offers its best performance in Game Mode, even beating the tuned Creator Mode configuration. VRMark tends to favor high clock rates, so the Ryzen 7 1800X suffers at stock settings due to its lower frequency. However, it nearly catches the 1900X after tuning.
The 1900X in Creator Mode takes a healthy lead over its competition during the DX12 tests, even beating out Intel's tuned Core i7-7820X. It suffers in Game Mode, though. That isn't surprising; we disable half of the chip's compute resources in a test that scales well with core count, after all.
Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation
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Ashes of the Singularity is the poster child for threaded game engines. And while the Core i7-7820X at 4.6 GHz leads, the Ryzen 7 1800X at 4 GHz challenges Intel's Skylake-X solution. The 1900X trails mightily in Game Mode, but fares better in Creator Mode with eight threads available.
Even in heavily threaded games, mainstream processors like Ryzen 7 1800X offer the best value.
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AMD releases its eigth Core Ryzen Threadripper 1900Xby Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 08/31/2017 03:03 PM | source: | 27 comment(s)
Some news from AMD today, first and foremost, the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X 8-core / 16-threaded processor is available starting today.
The Ryzen Threadripper 1900X, an 8-core part, has its base clock is set at 3.8 GHz and the precision boost is 4.0 GHz, this SKU will get 16 threads. Allcore boost is 3.9 GHz btw. The part uses two zeppelin dies in a dual 4+0 configuration (this is four cores - one CCX per die).
|CCX Configuration||4+0 (Die0) / 4+0 (Die1)||3+3 (Die0) / 3+3 (Die1)||4+4 (Die0) / 4+4 (Die1)|
|L2 Cache Configuration||512K per core (4MB total)||512K per core (6MB total)||512K per core (8MB total)|
|L3 Cache Configuration||8MB per die (16MB total)||16MB per die (32MB total)||16MB per die (32MB total)|
|All Cores Boost Frequency||Up to 3.9GHz||Up to 3.7GHz||Up to 3.7GHz|
|Boost Frequency||Up to 4.0GHz (4 cores)||Up to 4.0GHz (4 cores)||Up to 4.0GHz (4 cores)|
|XFR Frequency||Up to 4.2GHz (4 cores)||Up to 4.2GHz (4 cores)||Up to 4.2GHz (4 cores)|
|PCIe® Gen3 Lanes||64||64||64|
- Ryzen Threadripper 1950X: 16-Core, 32-Thread, 3.4/4.0 GHz, $999
- Ryzen Threadripper 1920X: 12-Core, 24-Thread, 3.5/4.0 GHz, $799
- Ryzen Threadripper 1900X: 8-Core, 16-Thread, 3.8/4.0 GHz, $549
The advantage for this processor is that you can house it on the X399 platform with its 64-PCIe lanes and Quad-channel DDR4 compatibility. This part will cost 549 USD and it will come in the same retail packaging as you have seen with the 1920X and 1950X.
- The Threadripper 1900X has a higher base clock at 3.8GHz
- There’s 20MB of L2+L3 cache
- It has 8 cores and 16 threads
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AMD Ryzen TR 1900X vs Intel Core i9-9900K
|Effective Speed Effective CPU Speed||101 %||Much faster effective speed.+31%||77.3 %|
|1-Core Avg. Single Core Mixed Speed||145 Pts||Faster single-core speed.+28%||113 Pts|
|2-Core Avg. Dual Core Mixed Speed||288 Pts||Faster dual-core speed.+29%||223 Pts|
|4-Core Avg. Quad Core Mixed Speed||568 Pts||Much faster quad-core speed.+31%||435 Pts|
|8-Core Avg. Octa Core Mixed Speed||1059 Pts||Much faster octa-core speed.+36%||778 Pts|
|64-Core Avg. Multi Core Mixed Speed||1502 Pts||Faster 64-core speed.+23%||1221 Pts|
|1-Core OC Single Core Mixed Speed||155 Pts||Faster OC single-core speed.+27%||122 Pts|
|2-Core OC Dual Core Mixed Speed||310 Pts||Faster OC dual-core speed.+28%||242 Pts|
|4-Core OC Quad Core Mixed Speed||618 Pts||Faster OC quad-core speed.+28%||483 Pts|
|8-Core OC Octa Core Mixed Speed||1216 Pts||Faster OC octa-core speed.+29%||942 Pts|
|64-Core OC Multi Core Mixed Speed||1653 Pts||Faster OC 64-core speed.+21%||1365 Pts|
Market ShareBased on 20,821,644 CPUs tested.
|Market Share Market Share (trailing 30 days)||1.02 %||Insanely higher market share.+5,000%||0.02 %|
|Value Value For Money||80.6 %||+3%||78.1 %|
|User Rating UBM User Rating||134 %||Much more popular.+63%||82 %|
|Price Price (score)||£480||£204||Much cheaper.+58%|
The Intel i9-9900K is an 8 core, 16 thread, unlocked 9th generation Coffee Lake processor. It has a base / boost clocks of 3.6 / 4.7 GHz and a single-core boost of 5.0 GHz (the highest frequency achieved yet from this class of Intel CPU). It features 16 MB of cache, a 95W TDP and Intel UHD 630 graphics. The 9900K is compatible with the new Z390 chipset, and subject to a BIOS update, is also compatible with the older Z370 chipset. Aimed at users who do not wish to compromise, the i9-9900K offers the best gaming and desktop experience available at any price. Heavy workstation users should consider the Ryzen 9 3900X which is similarly priced. Comparing the overclocked 3900X shows that it is just 10% worse for gaming and desktop (sub octa-core) but around 40% better for 64-core computations. Gamers should consider the 9700K which offers identical overclocked gaming performance at a $100 USD discount. [Oct '18 CPUPro]
The 8 core, 16 thread 1900X is the third and entry-level processor from AMD’s Threadripper series of high-end desktop (HEDT) processors. The 1900X is based on AMD’s 14nm Zen architecture and features 20MB of cache (16MB of which is L3) and quad channel DDR4, which is twice as many channels as in the Ryzen 7 series. It has a base clock of 3.8GHz increasing to a boost of 4.0 GHz and has an additional short-term boost of 0.2 GHz when thermals allow. Most impressively, the 1900X features 64 PCIe lanes which is the same of number of lanes in the nearly twice as expensive Ryzen Threadripper flagship, the 1950X. This facilitates the simultaneous high speed PCIe connection of up to seven different graphics or storage peripherals. By comparison, Intel’s similarly priced 8 core, 16 thread i7-7820X which, even though it has an 11% effective speed advantage over the 1900X, only has 28 PCIe lanes (down from 44 lanes as recently seen in the recent i9-7900X). Both upgrade options may require new, and not inexpensive motherboards, the 7820X requires an X299 (Basin Falls) chipset and the 1900X utilizes the premium X399 motherboard. Despite the considerable price tags attached to the CPUs and motherboards, never before has HEDT processing been so affordable. [Oct '17 CPUPro]
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Ryzen Threadripper 1900X launches as AMD's most affordable high-end CPU
The third and final piece of AMD’s initial return to high-end desktops slide into place on Thursday, as the Ryzen Threadripper 1900X hit the streets, along with AMD’s Ryzen Pro processors.
The Threadripper 1900X ($549 on Amazon) doesn’t offer an almost ludicrous number of threads, unlike its bigger brothers, the 12-core Threadripper 1920X ($799 on Amazon) and the 16-core Threadripper 1950X ($999 on Amazon). Instead, it offers 8 cores and 16 threads—similar to the core count in most previous Intel Extreme Edition flagship CPUs, but also mirroring the hardware inside the superb $500 Ryzen 7 1800X.
So why would you spend more on a Threadripper 1900X for the same amount of cores and threads as a mainstream Ryzen processor? Well, the 1900X’s base clock is slightly higher, at 3.8GHz vs 3.6GHz for the 1800X. But the real reason for this chip’s existence is to grant access to the beefy X399 platform to folks who only need 8 cores.
[ Further reading: Threadripper: Everything about AMD’s monster CPUs ]
The mainstream Ryzen platform only has 16 usable PCI-E lanes for graphics cards, networking cards, sound cards, storage, et cetera. Threadripper supports an unprecedented 64 PCI-E lanes—Intel’s 8-core, $588 Core i7-7820X has 28 and Core i9 chips offer 44—and quad-channel memory, compared to mainstream Ryzen’s dual-channel RAM. AMD also plans to add bootable NVMe RAID support to X399 on September 25 as a free firmware update.AMD Ryzen 7 1800X processor
Be sure you can put those extra features to good use, however, because while AMD’s high-end desktop platform was built to last, moving up to Threadripper doesn’t come cheap. The mainstream Ryzen 7 1800X ostensibly costs $500, but can regularly be found for $430 on Amazon, and Ryzen motherboards aren’t outrageously priced. Most Ryzen boards built around the highest-end X370 chipset cost under $200, with flagships like the Asus ROG Crosshair VI Hero going for $235 on Amazon. That’s $665 total to get a Ryzen 7 1800X and a flagship X370 motherboard—and you can find X370 boards for $100 less if you wanted.Adam Patrick Murray/IDG
By comparison, the cheapest X99 motherboards cost $350, and they go up to $550 if you want all the bells and whistles. That’s a minimum investment of $900 in motherboard/CPU to adopt the Threadripper 1900X, and you’d probably want to spend more to utilize X399’s quad-channel memory support, too. That’s money well-spent if you can put X399 to work, but if you don’t have a concrete reason to put the Threadripper 1900X to work, you’re probably better off getting the Ryzen 7 1800X.AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X
A quick PSA, while we’re discussing cost: Amazon was selling the Threadripper 1900X for AMD’s $549 asking price this morning, while Newegg’s $600 price included a $50 markup. Shop smart.
Speaking of putting processors to work, AMD also launched the Ryzen Pro processor lineup Thursday morning. Every Ryzen Pro chip enhances Ryzen’s base features with enhanced security and encryption functions, longer guaranteed availability and image stability, DASH manageability, a 36-month warranty, and more.AMD
The Ryzen Pro processor lineup.
Here’s a rundown of the commercial-focused Ryzen Pro systems that are coming down the pipeline, straight from AMD:
- Dell Optiplex 5055 desktop PCs are expected to ship in the coming weeks.
- HP EliteDesk 705 desktop PCs are expected to ship in the coming weeks.
- Lenovo ThinkCentre M715 desktop PCs are expected to ship in the coming weeks.
- Lenovo ThinkPad A475 and A275 notebook PCs are expected in Q4 2017.
- Ryzen PRO mobile processors are scheduled for launch in the first half of 2018.