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I still find it hard to believe with so many cores... could they make it palatable to desktop users by enabling, for example, turning off two CCXes on the fly for gaming purposes and re-enabling them for productivity?

Has this been proven to be an issue?

Links?

What do you mean exactly?

Edit: maybe the first paragraph of my previous post makes my point clearer:
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Yes, exactly. I haven't looked much into that utility, but that's the question + if they can market it in a way that by disabling two CCXes (half the chip), that you'll be guaranteed to reach the same base / boost clocks as the 1800X.
 
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Do you guys think this is legit or a retread of the 16 core Naples rumors from last year? Since we now know Naples is 32 core could they have re purposed the 16 core variant into an HEDT consumer platform?
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Do you guys think this is legit or a retread of the 16 core Naples rumors from last year? Since we now know Naples is 32 core could they have re purposed the 16 core variant into an HEDT consumer platform?

It's possible. Single CPU workstations are a thing and it doesn't hurt to have mind share in the enthusiast segment.
 
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Do you guys think this is legit or a retread of the 16 core Naples rumors from last year? Since we now know Naples is 32 core could they have re purposed the 16 core variant into an HEDT consumer platform?

Legit since this is a 1P only plattform

edit: just like Purley =/= X299
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AMD already launching a new platform to replace Zen or whatever so soon? They just released Ryzen, but if this is to compete against X99 or Intel's upcoming Skylake X then it should be interesting.
    
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AMD already launching a new platform to replace Zen or whatever so soon? They just released Ryzen, but if this is to compete against X99 or Intel's upcoming Skylake X then it should be interesting.

Ryzen is i7, this is i7-E.

If this works like Naples, it should have almost exactly double of everything Ryzen has, and probably lower clocks to fit in a 140w TDP.
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I believe this to be real, but they want to get their current platform working first.....
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I wonder if they'll do an "enthusiast" line with this platform, or if it'll be specifically workstation/server.
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I believe this to be real, but they want to get their current platform working first.....

It was a rush job, nothing us early adopters can do about it. i have my replacement plan form Microcenter.
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I wonder how rendering and other such applications would fare on this. 16 cores is a lot of horsepower to throw at tasks that need to distribute their loads across multiple CPUs for efficiency.
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