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Could be a high Ghz chip. I do recall some hype about a high clocked Xeon for some specific group (maybe NSA). I wouldn't be surprised if they came out with a low core, high clock chip to compete with IBM's POWER8 and 9 5Ghz chips.
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Could be a high Ghz chip. I do recall some hype about a high clocked Xeon for some specific group (maybe NSA). I wouldn't be surprised if they came out with a low core, high clock chip to compete with IBM's POWER8 and 9 5Ghz chips.
Intel made some very high clocked dual core Westmere-based Xeons for the financial sector i believe, equipped with a ridiculous 4.4/4.6ghz base clock. Not sure if they've done anything else like that though.
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Given the increased TDP I'm guessing the Kaby X will come with higher base and boost clocks but will have the same max oc potential of the 7700k.
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if ryzen was crushing 6900k or any broadwell they would have dropped prices. pretty sure they havent changed. has amd market share gone up since ryzen release? curious but i dont think intel cares what amd does. the only thing that will make braodwell drop in price is this not anything amd does.

Ryzen has been on the market for 2 months. Did you really think in 2 months AMD could make a dent in Intel's market share? Intel doesn't need to lower prices no matter how good Ryzen is because they already own the mind share of the PC consumer. Its going to take years for AMD to make a dent in that...
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Until Intel starts losing money because of AMD, there is no competition.
Wow, You definitely are not saying so on behalf of real consumers.
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I would think at this point that Intel's company entertainment budget is bigger than AMD's R&D budget.
That is so sad because then it makes Intel more incompetent as compared to AMD if we look at the performance difference between the two.

I'm speaking in business terms. Intel right now is looking at AMD like a mosquito, because for a couple years, AMD hasn't been able to compete. I'm all for competition, but AMD as a company has a lot of catching up to do. Not just with sales, with consumer confidence.
Intel isn't more incompetent, they have just had no reason to innovate due to lack of competition. We all saw this coming when Bulldozer performance was released. Hence the ridiculous prices Intel has been charging since.
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I'm speaking in business terms. Intel right now is looking at AMD like a mosquito, because for a couple years, AMD hasn't been able to compete. I'm all for competition, but AMD as a company has a lot of catching up to do. Not just with sales, with consumer confidence.
Intel isn't more incompetent, they have just had no reason to innovate due to lack of competition. We all saw this coming when Bulldozer performance was released. Hence the ridiculous prices Intel has been charging since.
I don't think that you need to have a reason to innovate , and I most certainly don't believe that offering 5-10% increased performance at higher price(a tactic that intel follows with each new release)boosts consumer confidence as you said..People usually prefer more bang for their buck as they say,and even if AMD hasn't been at all competitive the last few years,that is the sole reason that they're still alive imo..

Now that they've become more competitive,it will be very interesting to see how the market develops in the next year or so
   
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I'm speaking in business terms. Intel right now is looking at AMD like a mosquito, because for a couple years, AMD hasn't been able to compete. I'm all for competition, but AMD as a company has a lot of catching up to do. Not just with sales, with consumer confidence.
Intel isn't more incompetent, they have just had no reason to innovate due to lack of competition. We all saw this coming when Bulldozer performance was released. Hence the ridiculous prices Intel has been charging since.
I don't think that you need to have a reason to innovate , and I most certainly don't believe that offering 5-10% increased performance at higher price(a tactic that intel follows with each new release)boosts consumer confidence as you said..People usually prefer more bang for their buck as they say,and even if AMD hasn't been at all competitive the last few years,that is the sole reason that they're still alive imo..

Now that they've become more competitive,it will be very interesting to see how the market develops in the next year or so

Stockholders demand costs are kept to a minimum unless necessary. This is why there must be a reason to innovate.
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Don't know if this has been posted but apparently Intel will brief the press about Skylake-X on May 2 (source: SemiAccurate). Hopefully we get some details about the new HEDT platform.
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The price isn't justified, but Intel Extreme series chips are tough, I'll give them that. My 980x has endured 7 years of absolute torture and shows no signs of slowing down.
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I'll take an 8 core for 399.99 Intel. No? Then i'll wait for the 16 core Ryzen
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