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So much unneeded attention for the CPU. We know gamers will get this manly and at the same time 7700K does fine there yet people want this for "future-proofing"
Here I am on my 6600k and while I want one of these, I can't justify spending the money on a platform change when there really isn't anything wrong with my current setup.

If people on a 7700k want these, I hope they at least have the money and a use for it once removed from their system.
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By this time, you should've already realized that you are definitely a jerk. You tend to fight and disagree with most of the people here and fill the thread with too much garbage. I bet you have the most number of posts/double-posts in this thread.


Does that mean it is better to sell my brand new 7700K and Z270 board now while I'm waiting for all my parts for my new build to arrive?


If you can a get decent amount for it, I would hands down. You're talking about similar (or possibly a bit better) IPC with 12 threads for a similar price. I would regret that because of how close to coffee we now are. If you would have bought it a year ago, I wouldn't feel as badly.
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WHY THEY KEEP USING THE RAM CRIPPLED THE PERFORMANCE rolleyes.gif
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So much unneeded attention for the CPU. We know gamers will get this manly and at the same time 7700K does fine there yet people want this for "future-proofing"
well i5 doesnt seem that bad of a deal the thing is what would perform better a 6core or a 6c12t since HT gains wont be as high on a quadcore with SMT since the games probably are ok with 6 cores
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I wonder if this will sell out. The 14nm process and Skylake architecture are super mature so yields should not be an issue, but I can see high demand for these.

I hope I can get the board I want too...
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It would be more interesting to see 4000C16 on all 3 of them + lock the cores to 4500mhz on all. Also set NB clock for the 7700K/8700K to 4500mhz and NB clock for the 7800X at 3000 or 3200.

Previous max for the 630 igpu was 1150mhz ( 1200mhz now ). So the 95TDP is including faster memory and faster igpu.
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It would be more interesting to see 4000C16 on all 3 of them + lock the cores to 4500mhz on all. Also set NB clock for the 7700K/8700K to 4500mhz and NB clock for the 7800X at 3000 or 3200.

Previous max for the 630 igpu was 1150mhz ( 1200mhz now ). So the 95TDP is including faster memory and faster igpu.
why not 4GHz and 5GHz all biggrin.gif same uncore, all at 3200MHz DDR4 CL14

also the TDP is ot a measure for power. this CPU will have higher power than a 7700k it has 50% more cores
  
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why not 4GHz and 5GHz all biggrin.gif same uncore, all at 3200MHz DDR4 CL14

also the TDP is ot a measure for power. this CPU will have higher power than a 7700k it has 50% more cores

The Core i7 8700k should be the same TDP as the 7700K. AMD's Ryzen 7 1700 uses less power than the current 7700K which has 100% more cores.
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The Core i7 8700k should be the same TDP as the 7700K. AMD's Ryzen 7 1700 uses less power than the current 7700K which has 100% more cores.
7700K 91w tdp
8700K 95w tdp
1700 65w tdp
1600x/1700x/1800x 95w tdp.
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The Core i7 8700k should be the same TDP as the 7700K. AMD's Ryzen 7 1700 uses less power than the current 7700K which has 100% more cores.
They cant be the same TDP since 8700k should output more power, it is on the same node and power improvement have to be as good as 10nm FF to make a noticeably power reduction

4cores at similar voltage will output less heat than 6cores

also TDP on intel lately is more like of a arbitrary number
  
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Those benchmarks are irrelevant because you are posting gpu limited scenarios.

Gaming is very much more so GPU dependent. I could have a build with a 7700K @5Gigglehertz, but it's going suck an egg trying to run 1440p if I give it a 1050Ti or 1060 compared to a 980Ti/1080/1080Ti.
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Or you are just cherry picking what you post.


You actually kind of proved his point for him... the last couple generations of i7s do just fine if they are given a GPU with the oomph necessary.... Stock SB i7 is neck and neck with Ryzen7 1800x at stock clocks... It may leave out the 3770K and 4770K but it illustrates the point that the latest 3 or 4 generations of i7s still perform well enough to continue to use them instead of upgrading. My Haswell i5 and 780 for instance... ehhhh.... not as much. For 1080 it will do alright for another 6 months to a year (Ice Lake and Volta build next fall maybe... hmmmm)... but as a 4c/4t CPU... it's getting to the point where it's long in the teeth.
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