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China’s Domestic Zhaoxin KH-4000 16 Core CPU Offers Single-Core Performance Close To AMD’s 1st Gen Zen Chips


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1st Gen AMD Zen Performance In-Sight By China's Domestic Zhaoxin KH-4000 16 Core CPU.

The Zhaoxin CPUs are produced domestically for the Chinese consumer and server segment. We have already seen the consumer-level chips in action but this time, performance of the server-tier KH-4000 CPUs has been showcased. The performance was measured within the SPEC CPU2006 workload and focuses purely on the single-threaded performance. 

As for performance, the SPEC CPU2006 Integer results show that the Zhaoxin KH-4000 16 Core CPU was mostly on par with the AMD EPYC 7601.

 

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The first benchmarks of China's Domestic Zhaoxin KH-4000 CPU have appeared online and show performance close to AMD's first-gen Zen...

 

 

I wonder how Floating Point performance will be. Intel is now in the gpu market. We need a new opponent in the cpu world!

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8 hours ago, UltraMega said:

 

Yea... but not from China. 

Asus is from taiwan as Msi and gigabyte. I don't see an issue except that everything is built there that for sure an issue. But that the government problem somewhat. If we end up in a war with china we are for sure in trouble!

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10 hours ago, bonami2 said:

Asus is from taiwan as Msi and gigabyte. I don't see an issue except that everything is built there that for sure an issue. But that the government problem somewhat. If we end up in a war with china we are for sure in trouble!

Whoever controls Taiwan will control the next century.

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10 hours ago, bonami2 said:

Asus is from taiwan as Msi and gigabyte. I don't see an issue except that everything is built there that for sure an issue. But that the government problem somewhat. If we end up in a war with china we are for sure in trouble!

Taiwan isn't controlled by China yet. The issue would be security. For the same reasons the US banned a bunch of Chinese phone manufacturers, for the same reason that using Kaspersky is a bad idea. Imagine something like Intel ME designed and controlled by the Chinese government. 

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15 hours ago, UltraMega said:

Taiwan isn't controlled by China yet. The issue would be security. For the same reasons the US banned a bunch of Chinese phone manufacturers, for the same reason that using Kaspersky is a bad idea. Imagine something like Intel ME designed and controlled by the Chinese government. 

I agree with you. I even made a complain to the Canadian National Security thing about some cheap phone on amazon that got software connected to china for some reason.   They havent done anything yet pretty funny how canada sleep with china.

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