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  • دومین نسل پردازنده‌های رکوردشکن AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ عرضه شدند

    دومین نسل پردازنده‌های رکوردشکن AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ عرضه شدند

    تاریخ: 1397/05/23

    بیش از 80 توزیع‌کننده عمده قطعات رایانه در سراسر جهان امکان استفاده از فرصت فوری پیش‌خرید پردازنده‌های نسل دوم AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX با 32 هسته و 64 رشته پردازشی را فراهم می‌کنند.


    شرکت AMD اعلام کرد امکان پیش سفارش پردازنده‌های پرچمدار AMD Ryzen Threadripper توسط بیش از 80 توزیع‌کننده مطرح جهانی فراهم شده است. در تست‌های انجام شده توسط Cinebench R15 این پردازنده‌های رکوردشکن با 32 هسته و 64 رشته پردازشی توانسته‌اند بالاترین امتیاز را در گروه پردازنده‌های دسکتاپ تک سوکت کسب کنند. پردازنده‌های AMD Ryzen Threadripper برای تولیدکنندگان محتوای صوتی و تصویری، برنامه‌نویسان و کاربران حرفه‌ای طراحی شده‌اند و نسل دوم این پردازنده‌ها که در چهار مدل وارد بازار خواهند شد دارای معماری 12 نانومتری زن پلاس (ZEN+) هستند. این پردازنده‌ها را می‌توان در مادربردهای مجهز به تراشه X399 مورد استفاده قرار داد. شرکت AMD با معرفی دو مدل رایزن Threadripper 2990WX و 2970WX عملا سری جدید رایزن Threadripper WX را در بالاترین دسته‌بندی پردازنده‌های Threadripper X قرار داده است که به نیاز تولیدکنندگان حرفه‌ای محتوا برای دستیابی به بالاترین سطح توان پردازشی در رایانه‌ها پاسخ می‌دهند.


    جیم آندرسون، معاون ارشد AMD و مدیر کل گروه تجاری رایانش این شرکت با اشاره به استانداردهایی که سال گذشته با معرفی نسل اول پردازنده‌های رایزن در بازار HEDT برای ارائه سطح جدیدی از توان پردازش جهت پاسخ به جدی‌ترین نیازهای پردازشی کاربران ایجاد شد، می‌گوید: هدف ما در معرفی نسل دوم پردازنده‌های Ryzen Threadripper افزایش مرزهای عملکرد حتی فراتر از مدل‌های قبلی است و می‌خواهیم به نوآوری در این مسیر ادامه دهیم. از تاریخ 13 اوت، کاربران حرفه‌ای، گیمرها و تولیدکنندگان محتوا می‌توانند مزایای این محصولات جدید را تجربه کنند.
    دومین نسل پردازنده‌های Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX در رویدادی با حضور خبرنگاران، تحلیل‌گران و شرکای تجاری AMD از سراسر جهان، مورد بررسی قرار گرفتند. این پردازنده‌ها پیش از این موفق به ثبت رکورد در نرم‌افزار Cinebench R15 آزمونmulti-threaded شده بودند. تیم اورکلاکینگ AMD Ryzen با استفاده از نیتروژن مایع توانسته است فرکانس Threadripper 2990WX را به بیش از 5.1 گیگاهرتز افزایش دهد و با غلبه بر رکورد پیشین Core i9-7980XE با امتیاز 5828 در گروه تک سوکت‌ها، امتیاز 7618 را ثبت کند. ابزار Ryzen Master Software کنترل کاملی روی تنظیمات پردازنده را در اختیار کاربران قرار می‌دهد تا از تمام توان عملکرد پردازنده خود بهره‌مند شوند.

    خط تولید دومین نسل پردازنده‌های AMD Ryzen Threadripper
    با رویکرد گسترده و تهاجمی پردازنده‌های مورد تقدیر رایزن در سال 2018، دومین نسل از پردازنده‌های AMD Ryzen Threadripper برای پاسخ به نیاز گیمرها و کاربران حرفه‌ای وارد بازار خواهند شد.

    مدل AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ هسته/رشته فرکانس پایه/تقویت حافظه L3 (MB) TDP (وات) لنزهای PCIe® Gen 3.0 قیمت (دلار) موجودی
    2990WX 32/64 4.2/3.0 64 250W 64 $1,799 Aug. 13, 2018
    2970WX 24/48 4.2/3.0 64 250W 64 $1,299 October 2018
    2950X 16/32 4.4/3.5 32 180W 64 $899 Aug. 31, 2018
    2920X 12/24 4.4/3.5 32 180W 64 $649 October 2018

    آمادگی برای پردازنده‌های جدید
    تمام پردازنده‌های نسل دوم AMD Ryzen Threadripper از مادربردهای سوکت TR4، 64 مسیر PCIe® Gen 3.0 و حافظه‌های چهارکانال DDR4 با قابلیت ECC پشتیبانی می‌کنند. همچنین این پردازنده‌ها در زمان انتشار از پشتیبانی کامل مدل‌های X399 برخوردار هستند و طراحی آنها با محصولات برترین سازندگان جهان مانند ایسوس، گیگابایت، ازراک و MSI سازگار است. در میان خنک‌کننده‌ها نیز طیف گسترده‌ای از محصولات سازگار با پلتفرم‌های SocketTR4 مانند Wraith Ripper محصول کولرمستر که در نمایشگاه کامپیوتکس امسال رونمایی شد برای این پردازنده‌ها قابل استفاده است. امکانات Wraith Ripper آن با مادربردهای SocketTR4 سازگار است و از پردازنده‌های نسل اول و دوم رایزن Threadripper پشتیبانی می‌کند.

  • اینتل قرار است تا به‌زودی پردازنده‌های جدید نسل نهم را معرفی کند

    اینتل قرار است تا به‌زودی پردازنده‌های جدید نسل نهم را معرفی کند. اما همچنین بر روی پلتفرمی کار می‌کند که در نمایشگاه کامپیوتکسآن را به نمایش گذاشت. پردازنده 28 هسته‌ای اینتل نیاز به یک مادربورد دارد و شایعات جدید حاوی اطلاعاتی از این مادبردها هستند.

    مطابق گزارش وبسایت HD Tecnologia، اینتل درحال آماده سازی پلتفرم دسکتاپ بالارده جدیدی بر پایه چیپ‌ست X599 است. این پلتفرم احتمالا درکنار X299 به بازار بیاید. پردازنده‌های نسل دوم Threadripper شامل پردازنده‌هایی با 32 هسته و 64 رشته می‌شوند درحالی که اینتل با پلتفرم X299 نهایتا تا 18 هسته و 36 رشته را ارائه می‌کند. اینتل برای پرکردن فضای خالی ایجاد شده اعلام کرد که قرار است پردازنده‌ای 28 هسته‌ای را برای پلتفرم دسکتاپ معرفی کند.

    پلتفرم X599 پشتیبانی از 6 کانال حافظه را خواهد داشت و از سوکت LGA3647 که برای پردازنده‌های Xeon است، استفاده می‌کند. سوکت پردازنده توسط 12 اسلات DDR4 محاصره خواهد شد و با توجه به قیمت‌های رم پرکردن این اسلات‌ها دردناک خواهد بود. البته 6 کانال حافظه نسبت به 4 کانال در پردازنده‌های جدید Threadripper بیش‌تر است و تاثیر قابل ملاحظه‌ای بر عملکرد پردازنده خواهد گذاشت.

    اینتل پیش از این در نمایشگاه کامپیتوکس یک دمو از پردازنده 28 هسته‌ای خود را به نمایش گذاشت؛ این دمو تا فرکانس 5 گیگاهرتز اورکلاک شده بود و توانست امتیاز 7334 را در بنچمارک Cinebench ثبت کند. برای مقایسه پردازنده 18 هسته‌ای i9-7980XE می‌تواند امتیازی در حدود 5000 را بدهد و پردازنده 2990WX امتیاز حدود 6000 را با اورکلاک به 4.1 گیگاهرتز می‌دهد.

    انتظار می‌رود این پردازنده 28 هسته‌ای قیمتی بیش از 2000 دلار داشته باشد و دارای توان گرمایی معادل 250 وات باشد. همچنین الگوریتم‌های جدید توربو و افزایش پشتیبانی I/O نیز محتمل هستند

  • به دلیل افزایش قیمت ها بدون هماهنگی واحد فروش پرداختی انجام ندهید

    به دلیل افزایش قیمت ها بدون هماهنگی واحد فروش پرداختی انجام ندهید

  • ROG Strix RX VEGA64 OC edition 8GB with Aura Sync RGB for best VR & 4K gaming

    ROG Strix RX VEGA64 OC edition 8GB with Aura Sync RGB for best VR & 4K gaming

    ROG-STRIX-RXVEGA64-O8G-GAMING

    • MaxContact Technology that is 2X more contact with GPU for improved thermal transfer.
    • Patented Wing-Blade IP5X-Certified Fans for maximum airflow and longer fan lifespan.
    • ASUS FanConnect II equips with hybrid controlled fan headers for optimal system cooling.
    • Industry Only Auto-Extreme Technology with Super Alloy Power II delivers premium quality and best reliability.
    • ASUS Aura Sync RGB LED synchronization enables a gaming system personalization.
    • VR-friendly HDMI ports let you enjoy VR experiences anytime without having to swap cables.
    • GPU Tweak II with XSplit Gamecaster provides intuitive performance tweaking and real-time streaming.
  • ROG Strix RX VEGA56 OC edition 8GB with Aura Sync RGB for best VR & 4K gaming

    ROG Strix RX VEGA56 OC edition 8GB with Aura Sync RGB for best VR & 4K gaming

    • MaxContact Technology that is 2X more contact with GPU for improved thermal transfer.
    • Patented Wing-Blade IP5X-Certified Fans for maximum airflow and longer fan lifespan.
    • ASUS FanConnect II equips with hybrid controlled fan headers for optimal system cooling.
    • Industry Only Auto-Extreme Technology with Super Alloy Power II delivers premium quality and best reliability.
    • ASUS Aura Sync RGB LED synchronization enables a gaming system personalization.
    • VR-friendly HDMI ports let you enjoy VR experiences anytime without having to swap cables.
    • GPU Tweak II with XSplit Gamecaster provides intuitive performance tweaking and real-time streaming.

    ROG-STRIX-RXVEGA56-O8G-GAMING

  • Intel Z370 EATX enthusiast motherboard

    Intel Z370 EATX enthusiast motherboard with extreme performance, DDR4 4500MHz+, ROG DIMM.2 (dual M.2), onboard 5G Ethernet, USB 3.1 Gen2 and Aura Sync RGB lighting

    http://rayansaba.com/asus---rog-maximus-x-apex/

  • MSI X370 Gaming M7 ACK AMD Ryzen Motherboard Review

    MSI X370 Gaming M7 ACK AMD Ryzen Motherboard Review

    MSI’s X370 Gaming M7 ACK brings a solid feature set and potential overclocking to the table. So far things have been a bit bumpy regarding AMD’s AM4 platform, but things have improved a lot recently. AMD’s AGESA code being up to scratch doesn’t mean anything if the motherboard manufacturers don’t do their part. Did MSI do its part?

    Introduction

    MSI is one of the largest and most influential motherboard manufacturers in the world. MSI recognized the fact that desktop computers in a traditional sense are obsolete and even unnecessary. Many, if not most of the traditional desktop PC’s are primarily gaming and high-end workstation builds. It’s for this reason that MSI has gone all in on PC gaming and rebranded nearly everything in its product portfolio as "Gaming" products. MSI also took the red and black color scheme started and abused by other brands and made it their own. It’s been a wildly successful move for MSI and it’s moving lots of product as a result. MSI, like it’s competition, makes a wide variety of products beyond motherboards. However, MSI remains known as a motherboard manufacturer first, and everything else second.

    Unless this is the first article you’ve come across that mentions socket AM4 motherboards, you probably know that the launch of these motherboards has ranged between problematic and a total disaster. There are lots of reasons for this and tons of articles and posts from people in the industry concerning what went wrong. I’m not going to delve into all that. The short explanation is that AM4 motherboards were launched with AMD’s underlying AGESA code not being up to scratch. The software, in its early state is plagued with memory compatibility and other problems. No motherboard manufacturer has been immune to these problems. ASUS, who is normally on top of things before other board makers are, released the worst AM4 motherboard we’ve seen to date. So how are things now? So many months after release, things are in a much better position. Issues with XMP still remain and memory compatibility outside the qualified vendor list or QVL is a crapshoot.

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    The motherboard we are looking at here is the MSI X370 Gaming M7 ACK. As the name implies, it’s targeted towards gamers. From a feature standpoint, the motherboard has a lot to offer. It’s the first AM4 motherboard I can recall seeing more than one M.2 slot on. It offers wireless networking, M.2 FROZR, turbo M.2, DDR4 boost, audio boost, Military Class 5 components and lots of other standard features for the computing enthusiast. A lot of that is marketing speak, but we’ll cut through all of that as we move through this article.

    Main Specifications Overview:

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    Packaging

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    The box for the X370 Gaming M7 ACK is standard issue. The artwork is basic, and a far cry from the space ships and race cars MSI has adorned it’s packaging with in the past. Our motherboard sample arrived intact, with the following accessories : User Guide, driver disc, I/O shield, SLI bridge, quick installation guide, SATA cables, case badge, M.2 mounting screws, wireless antennas, and Rivet Networks Killer 1535 Wi-Fi card.

    Board Layout

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    The overall layout of the X370 Gaming M7 ACK is excellent. Even when I examine the motherboard closely I do not find any serious or significant problems with regard to the layout. I find the overall aesthetic qualities of the motherboard pleasing albeit very similar to other motherboards on the market. Black and chrome, black and silver, and black and gray are basically the new black and red. Every motherboard manufacturer seems to be using this color scheme to some extent. MSI does have far more unique color schemes that no one else is using but chose not to employ those here. To be honest this is more of a mainstream solution instead of one of those higher-end motherboards used for custom builds. Those titanium color or white and silver and black and white motherboards are somewhat polarizing. The type of styling that people either love or they hate it. There are 6, 4-pin fan headers on the PCB. You’ll find a multitude of USB ports and other headers on the PCB as well.

    This is where you start to see a few minor problems with the motherboards physical configuration. For starters the front panel headers are marked very badly. It is difficult to discern the proper pin orientation for the connections. I found myself referring to the manual quite often when connecting the front panel of the test bench chassis to the motherboard. No M connectors are included with the X370 Gaming M7 ACK, and looking at the front panel header you can see why. MSI changed the configuration of this connector and it is no longer compatible with M connectors. This one is actually shaped like a USB 2.0 header. Why MSI made this change is beyond me. There is plenty of PCB real estate to have use the existing connector from what I can see.

    There are a couple of other quirks about the physical layout of the motherboard which are things I wouldn’t necessarily knock points off for but aren’t necessarily what I like to see. The LCD POST code display is located on the bottom left hand corner of the motherboard. I prefer this to be above the ATX power connector which is also my preferred location for onboard power and reset controls. I built hundreds of computer systems over the years and I find these are much easier to reach in a built system when they are in this location compared to the bottom left hand corner. Before talking about open air test benches like mine this is less of an issue, but when evaluating a motherboard like this you have to consider the fact that most of them will be in computer chassis and not on test benches. This motherboard lacks onboard power and reset buttons however, it does have a couple of buttons which are not marked very well. Fan headers are well-placed, but USB ports could be grouped together more than they are now. It has also been my experience that front panel USB connections should generally be located in the same place as all the cable links will be exactly the same.

    My last minor complaint simply comes down to aesthetic qualities. MSI uses steel reinforced brackets on its x16 PCIe expansion slots. However, only two of the three x16 slots get steel reinforcement. The value of steel reinforcement on expansion slots is certainly debatable but I feel like if you’re going to do it you should do it to all of the slots not just some of them. Again, my complaint centers around visual appeal rather than functionality.

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    The CPU socket area is somewhat interesting. It’s clear of any major physical obstructions aside from the RAM slots being too close to the CPU socket. This is a problem that can be solved with water cooling or AIO cooling systems. However, if you are using traditional air cooling which requires a large heatsink you may run into clearance issues with certain memory modules. This is not MSI’s fault but rather a technical constraint imposed by both AMD and Intel. The X370 Gaming M7 ACK has 12 power phases. You can see titanium chokes which MSI claims to have 30% better power efficiency than traditional chokes. You will also find dark chokes and dark electrolytic capacitors. These are part of MSI’s Military Class 5 components. Which also includes humidity protection, temperature protection circuit protection, ESD protection, and EMI shielding.

    The MOSFET cooling hardware has a nice, solid look to it. The two MOSFET coolers are joined via a bridge of some sort, but I can’t tell if a heat pipe runs through there or not. The finish work is only what I would consider average, but effective. Most importantly, the MOSFET cooling is secured to the motherboard using screws instead of plastic push pins with tension springs. Another interesting aspect of the CPU socket area’s design are the mounting holes for the thermal solution. These are elongated to accept thermal solutions for socket AM3 or AM4 systems.

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    There are four 288-pin DDR4 DIMM slots supporting a total of 64GB of RAM. Speeds up to DDR4 3200MHz or more are supported through overclocking. MSI chose to use to locking tabs per DIMM slot instead of one which is almost become standard now. I’ve talked with MSI about this as I have come to prefer the newer single locking tab design. I think it retains modules just as well if not better well-being easier to work with overall. According to MSI some markets around the globe do not like this design and prefer the older dual locking tab implementation. MSI only uses the single locking tab design when space constraints on the PCB force them to use it. (Editor's Note: Some "less informed" users have issues with the slots that only have one locking tab, which leads to more support calls and RMAs.)

    The DIMM slots are not color-coded to signify proper dual channel memory mode operation. Again, color coding seems to have become unfashionable as choices are made not for functional reasons but to enhance aesthetic qualities. These slots use steel reinforcement similar to what we see on the U.2 port and PCIe slots. While I find the reinforcement on the expansion slots to be of limited value I find it to be incredibly useful on memory slots. Memory modules often require more insertion force than expansion cards to seat properly. Reinforcement prevents PCB warping and prevent stress on PCB trace paths and any surface mounted hardware.

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    The chipset is in the bottom left hand corner of the motherboard. It is cooled by a low-profile passive heat sink. The actual profile of the chipset is lower than it looks as its covered with a plastic shroud that also covers the M.2 slots. In front of the chipset cooler you will find 6x SATA III 6Gb/s ports, 1x U.2 port and one right angled USB 3.0 front panel header. To the left of the chipset, you will also find the POST code display.

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    The expansion slot area is configured almost perfectly in my opinion. The only thing I don’t like is the placement of the M.2 slots. The slots place the M.2 devices underneath graphics cards. However, there isn’t much else MSI could have done in this case without going to an E-ATX layout. The X370 Gaming M7 ACK supports Quad-SLI, Quad-Crossfire and 2-Way multi-GPU configurations using either brands technology. 3-Way GPU configurations are possible, but only using AMD’s Crossfire technology. SLI doesn’t support this. PCIe lane configurations of x16/x0 and x8/x8/x4 are supported.

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    The I/O shield has a clear CMOS button, 2x USB 2.0 ports, 1x BIOS Flashback+ port, 1x dedicated PS/2 mouse or keyboard port, 6x USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports, 1x USB 3.1 Gen 2 port (type-A), 1x USB 3.1 Gen 2 (type-C) port, 1x optical output, and 5x mini-stereo jacks for analog audio output. The audio jacks are gold plated with a plastic ring around each port. Oddly, only the microphone input port is color coded. The rest are all black.

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