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Am I the only one, that likes the fact that Intel use pigeon poop for their TIM, and actually give the option to dellid the IHS from the CPU with relative ease (in comparison to delliding a soldered chip)?

I like to be able to get possibly better thermals than what their indium solder process can achieve, or forgo the IHS altogether and run direct-die mount and achieve better thermals that way.

I was pretty set on Ryzen up until recently, but you need to run chilled water to get it to be stable at above 4.1, and a really uncommon chip to achieve this with realistic volts as well, as opposed to probably delidding a 8700K (Or whatever this 6 core chip will be), slapping on a block in an ordinary custom loop, and overclocking the crap out of it consistently without needing a unicorn fart tier CPU, and getting quite the performance boost out of it.

The only thing that still makes me gravitate towards an AM4 rig, is the upgrade path, where-is these 8th gen Intel CPU's will no doubt be the last generation to drop into socket 1151.

Yes I think you are the only one.
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I'm going to assume you've not had the pleasure of delidding a chip, running a block directly on the die, and dropping load temps by around 40C in a custom loop? Because its satisfying to say the least.

I remember getting a G3258 to 5Ghz with direct die cooling and it gave my 4770K at 4.8Ghz a good run for its money (In most titles of the time).
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Hopefully i3 will become 4C/4T and i5 will become 4C/8T. $120 quad core i3 will kill Ryzen 3.
    
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I'm going to assume you've not had the pleasure of delidding a chip, running a block directly on the die, and dropping load temps by around 40C in a custom loop? Because its satisfying to say the least.

I remember getting a G3258 to 5Ghz with direct die cooling and it gave my 4770K at 4.8Ghz a good run for its money (In most titles of the time).

What percentage of people go this far? like 0.0001% of consumers? You want something that harms the rest of consumers so that you (the 0.0001%) can go about the extreme stuff you do.
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Intel won't provide an i3 that behaves like an i5 in games- as in a chip that is at the point of severely diminishing gains in gaming performance.

What I'd like to know is if Intel can manage a low-TDP chip with 6 or 8 cores here. I currently have a 7700 desktop in my laptop and I'd prefer to never again use a desktop so having a 6- or 8- core chip with a low TDP would be fabulous.

Not that I really need it- but it would be cool to have.

I also hope they're compatible with my z170 board.
    
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Intel won't provide an i3 that behaves like an i5 in games- as in a chip that is at the point of severely diminishing gains in gaming performance.

What I'd like to know is if Intel can manage a low-TDP chip with 6 or 8 cores here. I currently have a 7700 desktop in my laptop and I'd prefer to never again use a desktop so having a 6- or 8- core chip with a low TDP would be fabulous.

Not that I really need it- but it would be cool to have.

I also hope they're compatible with my z170 board.

They will if people stop buying the i3s.

At this point there is no reason to buy one IMO.
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They will if people stop buying the i3s.

At this point there is no reason to buy one IMO.

They won't if it drives people to buy i3s instead of i5s. They'll try to avoid that and I can't blame them- no need to cannibalize their own mid-range.

The i5 desktop chips are fine for the vast majority of people. The i3 should be anemic for a lot of people- that's the point.
    
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New leak just popped up guys, this could be the new Core i5:

Genuine Intel(R) CPU 0000 @ 3.50GHz (6C 3.5GHz, 6x 256kB L2, 9MB L3)
http://ranker.sisoftware.net/show_run.php?q=c2ffcee889e8d5e3dbecdfe6d4f280bd8dabceab96a680f3cef6&l=en

Nice to see 6C/6T in the mix, clocks are looking good as well
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and if it is Kaby Lake X?
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