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post #141 of 190
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I need to find it again, but I remember reading a couple of years ago that intel has been "removing" some old instructions and wrapping them using new instructions, in order to save space on the chip.
It is not as effective as keeping them, but they claim that as they see the use of the old instruction diminish, they are accepting the lower performance of the older instructions in order to encourage the move to new ones.

Surely they could shrink the size of the die by 10% if they remove old instructions. On some larger die's for data centers that could be 2-4 more cores.
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Surely they could shrink the size of the die by 10% if they remove old instructions. On some larger die's for data centers that could be 2-4 more cores.
From what I gather this has nothing to do with space saving, amd or even performance, they want create x86 'lite' to compete with the upcoming ARM server chips, ARM's lack of bloat is what gives it its power advantage and x86/intel's ipc advantage is diminishing fast vs ARM.
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and if it is Kaby Lake X?

The 6C/6T 3.5GHz Sisoft part is Coffee:

''Intel(R) CofeeLake Mobile Graphics Controller (192SP 24C 1.15GHz, 512kB L2, 3.2GB) (OpenCL)''
http://ranker.sisoftware.net/show_device.php?q=c9a598d1bfcbaec2e2a1cea8cda8e485ee8babe689eb82ee8babec9eff8fe78eed9eb8dfe2cffed8aa97a680e9d4e4c2aa97a781f9c4f4d2b7d2efdff98ab78f&l=en
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The 6C/6T 3.5GHz Sisoft part is Coffee:

''Intel(R) CofeeLake Mobile Graphics Controller (192SP 24C 1.15GHz, 512kB L2, 3.2GB) (OpenCL)''
http://ranker.sisoftware.net/show_device.php?q=c9a598d1bfcbaec2e2a1cea8cda8e485ee8babe689eb82ee8babec9eff8fe78eed9eb8dfe2cffed8aa97a680e9d4e4c2aa97a781f9c4f4d2b7d2efdff98ab78f&l=en

"CofeeLake" ?

Fake?
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What if the new i7 is just a 6core chip without HT
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You could always swing an r7 1800x. That's a 4Ghz at 95w.

if I were to buy one of the AMD chips, it would be the r7 1700. The others r7s are a waste of money in comparison. They still trail too far behind the i7s in gaming to consider them much of an upgrade anyways.
    
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This result have leaked out a few interesting features.


First it is likely to be compatible with Z270 Kaby-lake platform (notice the Kaby-lake Client platform? This chip is being tested on a Z270)


It is confirm an i5 product based on, 6x1.5MB L2 cache as well as no HT for support. It is clearly possible to have a 12MB + 12T I7 CPU on that case. Which means I7 8700K 6-cores is indeed possible and most likely incoming.
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Thanks AMD once again, you finally ended a quad core domination for the past 11 years.


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if I were to buy one of the AMD chips, it would be the r7 1700. The others r7s are a waste of money in comparison. They still trail too far behind the i7s in gaming to consider them much of an upgrade anyways.

I agree.

If Ryzen could hit ~4.5 it would be far more interesting..
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Yep, nothing to see here. Ryzen is no good for gaming with double the cores. You guys have fun with your quad's in battlefield 1 at 100% utilization on all cores , if you open up itunes in the background get ready for the stutterfest biggrin.gif


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