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post #11 of 105 (permalink) Old 01-13-2019, 05:01 PM
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Anyone expected something else? They are simply selling more dies! Dies that have an error in iGPU portion can now be sold as still higher end products where as otherwise they may need to be degraded to some no iGPU low performance part if they even had any such as i3 or what ever.
They didn't magically whip up a new die did they? It's the same die as always only now with iGPU disabled.
They should sell at lower price but Intel won't, they never do at least not initially.
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post #12 of 105 (permalink) Old 01-13-2019, 05:10 PM
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This is meant for OEMs more than likely.

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Well, Intel finally admits their iGPU is worthless. Oh well. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
They aren't though, how else are you going to get display without a graphics card? That means if you don't need a GPU you'll need to spend even more money buying a GPU of some sort.

Also the disabling of the iGPU is in no way a reflection of the usefulness of one.
How's QuickSync supposed to work now?

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This is meant for OEMs more than likely.
Just like most of Intel's CPUs this is available for OEMs and consumers.
This is being done because there is a shortage, now they can potentially increase supply without changing anything. While it's stupid that the MSRP didn't change maybe this will finally bring their Coffee lake chips down to a reasonable price.


And to all the smart people that think this is somehow BETTER in any way:
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...the only advantage would be that you might actually be able to buy the processors if the normal chips are out of stock

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The key is generally not which brands are good but which specific products are. Motherboards and GPUs are perfect examples of companies having everything from golden to garbage function/quality.
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They aren't though, how else are you going to get display without a graphics card? That means if you don't need a GPU you'll need to spend even more money buying a GPU of some sort.

Also the disabling of the iGPU is in no way a reflection of the usefulness of one.
How's QuickSync supposed to work now?
I was just poking fun at Intel's prices. I am well aware of iGPU's usefulness.

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Unpopular opinion - I am a huge fan of master Craftsman and love the Japanese art of perfecting a tool or product for a task and I view the minimalism of apple products in that light.

I'd never buy one again but I can appreciate what they are doing with them.

The sabotaging of repair shops and repair information is a whole 'nother ballgame. Now that is just awful.

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Get ready to see the normal chips slowly creep up even more in price above the rrp.


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I guess a P-series revival (P67) of motherboards without video outputs is out of the question I wouldn't mind an iGPU-less CPU + mobo combo if it were cheaper.
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Does the F series has anything beneficial? I mean, does it OC better or runs less hot because of the removal of the iGPU?


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