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Why would any one invest more money into this Rebrand as a platform? nothing new over current x299, for now X570 will be a better platform the worth the investment, and when the 16C come out -this x299G rebrand will look pointless.
And if Intel took the x499- does it meat TR will get X599? LOL AMD trolls Intel hard.
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You can thank AMD for name stealing.
How? AMD doesn't have an X499 platform.

X79 -> Intel
X99 -> Intel
X299 -> Intel
X399 -> AMD
X499 -> Intel (maybe)
X599 -> AMD

There currently aren't any model numbers under contention.

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Why would any one invest more money into this Rebrand as a platform? nothing new over current x299, for now X570 will be a better platform the worth the investment, and when the 16C come out -this x299G rebrand will look pointless.
And if Intel took the x499- does it meat TR will get X599? LOL AMD trolls Intel hard.
Cascade Lake supports Optane DC Persistent Memory and rumors are going around x499 will be the second platform to support it. The question will be what are the consumer use cases for Optane DC Persistent Memory outside of a datacenter.

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Cascade Lake supports Optane DC Persistent Memory and rumors are going around x499 will be the second platform to support it. The question will be what are the consumer use cases for Optane DC Persistent Memory outside of a datacenter.
LinusTechTips YouTube Videos. Aside from that, little to no Consumer use case scenarios

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You can thank AMD for name stealing.

That's sidestepping the base issue: is this the same chipset or not? If it's the same, bumping up the numbering scheme just because is empty marketing.

Related, why would Asus release a new X299 motherboard just now to commemorate 30 years (see below)?

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That's sidestepping the base issue: is this the same chipset or not? If it's the same, bumping up the numbering scheme just because is empty marketing.

Related, why would Asus release a new X299 motherboard just now to commemorate 30 years (see below)?

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/as...e-6,39527.html

Following up on the above, Steve from Hardware Unboxed / TechSpot clarified the issue with Gigabyte, it's indeed the same chipset, and it will be called X299G. Apparently Intel gave up on renaming it to X499 (a good decision in my opinion); that name according to Gigabyte was a "placeholder". See below:


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Lest thinks about it, the new X570 boards gone to extreme with the VRM quality and power delivery to support the 16c in future, now think how the new TR motherboards will look? and with all this power the new 48C~64C will be crazy powerful.
3900x is just 105W with higher clocks then 2920X @180W, so looks like the new 32C will be ~150W vs 250W of the 2990WX, they left with extra 100W to play with the clocks.
Good that they stayed with the same name sine they bring nothing new.

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Lest thinks about it, the new X570 boards gone to extreme with the VRM quality and power delivery to support the 16c in future, now think how the new TR motherboards will look? and with all this power the new 48C~64C will be crazy powerful.
3900x is just 105W with higher clocks then 2920X @180W, so looks like the new 32C will be ~150W vs 250W of the 2990WX, they left with extra 100W to play with the clocks.
Good that they stayed with the same name sine they bring nothing new.

I'd say they will keep the same 180w and 250w. Putting 32C/64T on 150w seems a bit low for Threadripper, especially since this time around at that 32C tier they will probably want and even need to get the clocks very near the mainstream parts, so I bet it'll be 180w. A 48C/96T CPU at 250w seems like it has a chance to make an impression too with fairly high clocks. I doubt that they will bring 64C to HEDT this year or the next, that will probably stay reserved for EPYC, but it sure is a possibility in the future. Right now, the clocks would probably not be competitive for what people expect of Threadripper anyway, a great all-round performer.

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