*** NEW CONTEST**
It's at Guru3D and the prize is a Toshiba XS700 240GB External SSD: https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/guru3d-2018-december-5-win-a-toshiba-xs700-240gb-external-ssd.html
By the way, have you heard the new rumor about the Zen 2 based Ryzens, the 3000 series? I find it too good to be true, and that's why I decided to not post it, but if one of you wants, I'll put it here so we can trash talk about it .
You talking about the PCI-E 4.0, 16 cores operating in excess of 5ghz?
Entry level chips are set to be 6-core parts... And come with Navi integrated graphics all the way up to 20CU's. - The Vega versions at the moment top out at 12CU's. - Not sure if I am willing to believe those claims, but 7nm is a big step up from the 14/16nm (20nm with Finfet) processes so it could very well be plausible.
Look at it this way... Intel will need to pull it's finger out and get on with 10nm or AMD will take the performance lead if that all holds out to be true, something it hasn't actually done since the Athlon 64 X2 days. (Pre-Core 2 Duo.)
And while I am enjoying my Ryzen 7 2700U notebook with 11CU's... Which is enough for Overwatch @ 1080P @ 60fps... If AMD can almost double that with Ryzen 7 3700U and 20CU's... I will be all over that like flies to poop.