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post #1 of 41 (permalink) Old 07-27-2020, 10:01 AM - Thread Starter
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[Anand] Intel Adds Core i9-10850K To Desktop Chip Lineup

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Intel this morning is taking the wraps off of a new Core i9 processor that it’s adding to its family of Comet Lake desktop CPUs. Taking its place as the closest thing to a budget option in the i9 pile, the i9-10850K is a slightly lower-clocked version of Intel’s flagship 10-core i9-10900K processor. Overall the chip is clocked 100MHz slower than the 10900K in every aspect, from base clocks to turbo clocks, a rather small increment at a time when Intel’s chips boost to over 5000Mhz. Meanwhile, although Intel has yet to publish an official price, expect to see the 10850K priced a bit lower than the $488 10900K.
https://www.anandtech.com/show/15929...op-chip-lineup

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Aside from clockspeeds, the Core i9-10850K is a fairly unremarkable processor within Intel’s larger lineup. The chip features the same fully-enabled 10-core configuration as the 10900K, as well as Comet Lake’s full UHD 630 integrated GPU. The unlocked chip also features the same Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) capabilities as the flagship i9, and while Intel’s figures don’t include a TDP rating, we’re confident that it’s the same 125 Watts as the company’s other high-end K-series parts. So for all practical purposes this is a 10900K clocked 100MHz lower, and that’s it.
While this is hilarious you can save a little money by not getting the KFC and getting this instead as the performance will be identical.

Edit: my analysis of this chip is LAWL.

People at Intel must be running around like headless chickens screaming "WHAT DO? WHAT DO?"

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May as well release every possible 14nm+++++ CPU they can, because it's all they'll have for a few years.

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May as well release every possible 14nm+++++ CPU they can, because it's all they'll have for a few years.
Intel hasn't announced further 10nm delays and announced Alder Lake will be out for desktops. This will be based on Golden Cove cores which rumors suggest are 50% faster than Skylake cores. Hopefully Zen 4 can compete when it's out.

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First off, Alder Lake has finally been formally outed. The successor to Tiger Lake now has an official launch window of the second-half of 2021. The 10nm chip will be for both mobile and desktops, making it the first 10nm chip that Intel has confirmed will come to desktops
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A 100Mhz. difference in clock speeds warrants a new SKU? As someone else said, Intel must be desperate.

I'm surprised they can bin out CPU's at 100 Mhz. increments.
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hmmmm. I think intel is making the right decision in how they release their chips this generation, they released the best performer first(10900K), then a slightly less powerful version(10850k) after. This is better than when they released the 9900K (R0) and then the 9900KS (R0)later after that as that whole debacle left a sour taste in many consumer's mouths as no one was informed that all the good silicon had already been cherrypicked off the wafers and sandbagged for the KS.

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Intel hasn't announced further 10nm delays and announced Alder Lake will be out for desktops. This will be based on Golden Cove cores which rumors suggest are 50% faster than Skylake cores. Hopefully Zen 4 can compete when it's out.



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It's weirdly admirable how much you defend them. Mostly weird.
Seems like someone is disappointed that Intel has something aside from 14nm+++ coming out next year.

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Seems like someone is disappointed that Intel has something aside from 14nm+++ coming out next year.
Yes if there's one thing I want, it's for AMD to pull a 2010's Intel and stagnate all technology to milk profits.

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Yes if there's one thing I want, it's for AMD to pull a 2010's Intel and stagnate all technology to milk profits.

AMD is already doing that now by only giving an extra 100mhz or so with their refreshes at an increased price point. Do they forget why people joined team red in the first place? It ain't because their new chips are "overclockable", because they are kinda not. I wonder how many oc enthusiasts who left intel for amd are disappointed that they don't actually get to overclock like we can on intel.
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