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I'm going to watch Der8auer's channel just to see if he tries to delid a $$$ W3175X (I assume this has soldered TIM as well). That recent 9980XE delid w/ soldered TIM he tried didn't go so well...
They are soldered. What happened to the 9980XE? Did he try to delid it cold like he did with the 9900k?

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This CPU and motherboard combo to me sounds like Intel had nothing in their pockets but just had to come up with "something". Motherboard and cooling somehow reminds me of their silly Skulltrail system (I have one).

Also what is the use case to pick this up rather than the 2990WX?

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Quote: Originally Posted by white owl View Post
They are soldered. What happened to the 9980XE? Did he try to delid it cold like he did with the 9900k?

The YouTube vid is called "Why you SHOULD NOT delid your i9-9980XE" - ...and as far as I recall he ran Prime 95 prior before delidding
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Gigabyte is also coming up with a mobo for this / it's slightly less insane re. 8 pins, though. Either way, I am sure you already played with multi-PSU setups because you're gonna need 2000w+ if you want to seriously oc the 3175X and do the same with power-hungry multi-GPUs




64 PCI lanes @ Threadripper, and gen-stable TR4 mobo platform
But still x16-x8-x16-x8 like Intel. More pci-e lanes for m.2 ssd's.

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But still x16-x8-x16-x8 like Intel. More pci-e lanes for m.2 ssd's.

Not sure what you're saying, but in addition to the native 64 PCIe lanes in Threadripper, "The interlink between the Threadripper processor and X399 chipset is a 4x PCIE Gen 3 link - and then your X399 chipset will also offer additional 20 (!) PCIe Gen 2 lanes and 12 (!) SATA3 ports. @ guru3D"

Don't get me wrong, until last week, when I got my Threadripper 2950X and MSI Meg X399, I had only owned Intel CPUs (since back in the day of that infamous Cyrix 100 I inherited when in school..). 90% of my active PCs and servers are Intel-powered.

But for right now, it looks like Intel is doing a lot of paper launches, and/or 'hail Mary's', until they can properly respond not only via design but via manufacturing execution - at which point in time, I will rejoice as a consumer about all that real choice competition created when AMD got serious and back on their feet...for now though, AMD got my upgrade money for at least the next 12 months, depending how Zen2 comes in.
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I'll be grabbing this chip just as soon as it's available. I've been waiting a very long time for this type of chip...

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They are soldered. What happened to the 9980XE? Did he try to delid it cold like he did with the 9900k?
The W3175X is NOT a soldered chip. Both the LCC and HCC are soldered but they distinctively did not boast of the soldered 28 core chip during the reveal a couple months back. The conclusion is that the XCC chip is actually not soldered like LCC and HCC.

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They are soldered. What happened to the 9980XE? Did he try to delid it cold like he did with the 9900k?
They added more capacitors probably for ripple suppression so when deliding you risk ripping some off as they are very close to the IHS edges all around. And it's soldered so the pressure to sheer that much solder + silicone "glue" is quite high. Capacitors on all 4 sides right next to IHS edge, you move it in any direction you rip some off. Fixable but a royal pain for almost on gain and massive risk on expensive component.

There is another attempt for lolz, might have actually made it and survived but you can see the amount of work needed to do it at all, plus that power tool on die to grind indium off


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The W3175X is NOT a soldered chip. Both the LCC and HCC are soldered but they distinctively did not boast of the soldered 28 core chip during the reveal a couple months back. The conclusion is that the XCC chip is actually not soldered like LCC and HCC.
OMG you're right! Hahaha

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Looks like a pretty sweet chip, 5.0GHz OC on 28-cores with slightly chilled water was cool to see. Will be interesting too see how many liters of LN2 this thing chugs to do a run of R15.
I won't be getting one though, maybe 10 years from now when they're $100 each.

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