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I wouldn't say they're next to useless... Not sure how one would come to that conclusion.

Them offering the highest end Xeon as an unlocked i7 would be cool, don't see anything like that happening again though.

I should have been more specific..,they're next to useless...for enthusiasts. They're even unattractive to server users...only a very, very low price is getting these chips sold.

I'm sure if Intel was convinced that they could sell acceptable quantities of an unlocked 18-core i7 for $4.5k, that they'd offer them. That being said, a high-end chip could be easily brought to market if the top Xeon SKU was unlocked (like I previously mentioned). Such a chip is low volume anyway and having it (and only it) unlocked so that a few enthusiasts buy it would boost sales of this single (very high margin) SKU and eliminate the need for a separate i7 SKU.
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I should have been more specific..,they're next to useless...for enthusiasts. They're even unattractive to server users...only a very, very low price is getting these chips sold.

I'm sure if Intel was convinced that they could sell acceptable quantities of an unlocked 18-core i7 for $4.5k, that they'd offer them. That being said, a high-end chip could be easily brought to market if the top Xeon SKU was unlocked (like I previously mentioned). Such a chip is low volume anyway and having it (and only it) unlocked so that a few enthusiasts buy it would boost sales of this single (very high margin) SKU and eliminate the need for a separate i7 SKU.

Yes. Like I said: It would be like X58 all over again with everyone going from 4c 9#0s to 6c X56#0s after a few years. If SB-EP were unlocked like the Westmere Xeons, you think a lot of people would be dropping a grand for a 5960X?
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Will most probably have an even lower base frequency compared to the predecessors.
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Yes. Like I said: It would be like X58 all over again with everyone going from 4c 9#0s to 6c X56#0s after a few years. If SB-EP were unlocked like the Westmere Xeons, you think a lot of people would be dropping a grand for a 5960X?

I'm advocating for only the top Xeon SKU to be unlocked! Not ALL SB-EP! If the E5-2687W (V1) were unlocked, would it have mattered? Hardly. People would have sprung for them when they were new at $2100 a pop, boosting sales and profits.

You are making no sense...,you're saying Intel is locking the top Xeon SKU to protect future sales of the i7...yeah, totally...they want to sell fewer $4.5k chips to make sure people buy $1k chips in the future...rolleyes.gif
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I'm advocating for only the top Xeon SKU to be unlocked! Not ALL SB-EP! If the E5-2687W (V1) were unlocked, would it have mattered? Hardly. People would have sprung for them when they were new at $2100 a pop, boosting sales and profits.

You are making no sense...,you're saying Intel is locking the top Xeon SKU to protect future sales of the i7...yeah, totally...they want to sell fewer $4.5k chips to make sure people buy $1k chips in the future...rolleyes.gif

Never said that. I said all of their Xeons (not exclusively the top end) being unlocked would dent their sales. Doesn't matter either way. If you need more processing power just go dual or quad sockets and buy more CPUs.
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I want them to bring back dual oc cpus
like skull trail
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Never said that. I said all of their Xeons (not exclusively the top end) being unlocked would dent their sales. Doesn't matter either way. If you need more processing power just go dual or quad sockets and buy more CPUs.

Unlocking all the Xeons would hurt sales. Unlocking the one top CPU harms nothing. The problem with dual or quad sockets is that the clock speeds are ridiculously low...making them unattractive for those who make mixed workloads. Having the one top E5-2600 SKU unlocked would allow those who want to have an overclockable duallie the ability to do so (when used on the one or two boards that would allow overclocking).
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I want them to bring back dual oc cpus
like skull trail

Me too..,Skulltrail was amazing...but too far ahead of its time. Dual unlocked 18-cores modestly overclocked would provide sickening amounts of computing power....wink.gif
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Well, intel gave us a $400.00 6-core chip, who knows..and, no, I am not praising them for it, just saying..OT: I just added $2000.00+ a Year to my PC upgrade account simply by me quit buying smokes at $10.00 per pack,. my wallet is ready..LOL

Congrats dude, that's awesome! I really need to do the same thing, though I only pay around $4 a pack so not as much savings but still would be better for me...
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Congrats dude, that's awesome! I really need to do the same thing, though I only pay around $4 a pack so not as much savings but still would be better for me...
I live in Taxachusettes, at 5 packs a week, I was spending, on average, $200.00 a month. I stopped buying smokes about the middle of December. since then, I find that I have a lot of extra loot at the end of the Month. with my leaving Verizon for Project Fi, saving another $70.00 a month, I feel RICH...biggrin.gif
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I live in Taxachusettes, at 5 packs a week, I was spending, on average, $200.00 a month. I stopped buying smokes about the middle of December. since then, I find that I have a lot of extra loot at the end of the Month. with my leaving Verizon for Project Fi, saving another $70.00 a month, I feel RICH...biggrin.gif

When I quit smoking I added something stupid to my yearly disposable income. I forget what it was since it's been 3 years but it was in the several thousands of dollars. Not to mention all the time I've saved.
 
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