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For that amount of watt you need a very good CPU cooler.
And using that, you will probably be able to get an IB or haswell CPU to those speeds as well.
Even 3930k doesn't need that much watt to go so high usually.
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Apparently PCGHW already had a little article that said the faster model is supposed to be $800. Article was pulled though.
 
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The naming convention doesn't make much sense taking into consideration this is still the same architecture, with the only added improvement being Turbo Core 3.0 and, of course, the higher clockspeeds. FX-8370 and FX-8390 would be more adequate, or, if they want it to stand apart because of Turbo Core 3.0, FX-8470 and FX-8490.

They are wasting naming conventions for future chips. That high series numbers can only mean they want to match them with the correspondingly stratospherically high prices.

All in all, the practical reason to release these chips is probably so they have something of their own to bench the new Radeon HD 8970 with for the official benchmarks, instead of relying on an Intel CPU.
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For that amount of watt you need a very good CPU cooler.
And using that, you will probably be able to get an IB or haswell CPU to those speeds as well.
Even 3930k doesn't need that much watt to go so high usually.

ONLY if you don't catch your VRMs on fire first.
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Won't have any overclocking headroom.

That's what I was thinking.
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The naming convention doesn't make much sense taking into consideration this is still the same architecture, with the only added improvement being Turbo Core 3.0 and, of course, the higher clockspeeds. FX-8370 and FX-8390 would be more adequate, or, if they want it to stand apart because of Turbo Core 3.0, FX-8470 and FX-8490.

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All in all, the practical reason to release these chips is probably so they have something of their own to bench the new Radeon HD 8970 with for the official benchmarks, instead of relying on an Intel CPU.
This.
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225ish Watts.

I'm willing to bet it will be much more than that.

This processor needs to be significantly cheaper than the 3930K to matter. They're drunk if they think they can charge $800 for this.
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so, still no confirmation if this is boosting on one core or all 8?
i guess, if its only on like 1 or two, then the OC headroom will be to bring the remaining cores up to match...if possible.
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how good is that support ?!

The same as with a Intel chipset. AMD is still on PCIe 2.0, but that's negligible.
    
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I'm willing to bet it will be much more than that.

This processor needs to be significantly cheaper than the 3930K to matter. They're drunk if they think they can charge $800 for this.

no another news article on OCN showed that much TDP/watts in a table.
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