- Apr 4, 2014
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Dammit then it must be something else. I just cannot seem to get Hyper V working on my Ryzen PC. The same ISO works on my Intel PC.
A CPU to warm the heartAt a Vcore of 1.4V, the system stayed stable for 10 benchmark runs. Intel's Core i9-7900X consumed an average of 261W, while individual peaks jumped as high as 293W. A test at 4.8 GHz using 20 instances of a year-long shading computation for a rooftop photovoltaic array, including profit calculation, pushed power consumption all the way to 335W. The motherboard shut down after we started Prime95 without limiting AVX. The last recorded value was 364W.
VMware workstation would work even with CPU's not running vt-x or AMD-v technology.does it work with Ryzen? :crylaugh:
This is the way Intel is trying to fight Ryzen. They are pushing temperature to the limit, just to pass high benchmark rates. It is uneconomical to build such monster PC's, Intel won't sell many, it is just for marketting purpose.What is very sad about these prices is the fact that in just a few years from now, those CPU s will be worth nothing!
I like intel but always have this thing stuck in my head that they will still be letting us run Pentium 3's if it wasn't for competition.This is the way Intel is trying to fight Ryzen. They are pushing temperature to the limit, just to pass high benchmark rates. It is uneconomical to build such monster PC's, Intel won't sell many, it is just for marketting purpose.