corres wrote: ↑
Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:01 pm
If there are everything in order around 3900 series why we can not buy a 3950x processor still?
Maybe you should try to buy an Intel I9 10980XE and see where that gets you. You act like Rome was built in a day!
I would like to build a machine with it and when I searched for news about it I found the issues what I lined up.
Naturally I read not only the self advertisements of AMD but a lot of forum about beta-BIOS-s,...
There will be standard bioses built on AGESA 184.108.40.206 (or later) available when it launches. So this isn't much of a worry.
... about there is no only one firm what is ready to produce official cooler for 3950x, ....
WTF... Tell me which desktop CPU has more than one "official" cooler. E.g. name all the "official" coolers for the Intel I9 10980XE.
As I understand it, ALL Ryzen 9 CPU's come with a cooler so unless you're VERY technically challenged this shouldn't be an issue.
You sound technically challenged. Maybe you should mosey on down to your local Apple store and buy whatever their VERY knowledgeable sales person recommends and leave the computer building to those that actually know how!
issues with 7 nm produce line,
To my knowledge TSMC hasn't had an issue with their 7nm line since it was declared HVM ready.
still AMD is working on standardizing the power regulation of 3900 line, etc.
Seriously, you shouldn't ever pick up a screw driver, you could seriously injure yourself! You might even poke your eye out!
So if you want to find you can find real issues with Ryzen 3rd gen processors.
The only issue I have with Ryzen or Ryzen Threadripper is I don't have one YET! But that will soon change!
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