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post #11 of 645 (permalink) Old 07-24-2018, 06:40 AM
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so if you want the amd equivalent on thread count from intel you have to buy into the I9 series chips, shame on you intel. why no ht on the ranking i7?

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post #12 of 645 (permalink) Old 07-24-2018, 07:06 AM
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4.7ghz all core boost on an 8 core?

On 14nm++ it have to be solder right? It would burn your house down other wise.

Either way this is one impressive cpu. It is going to be a monster for single PC game/stream rig.


Wonder how all these chips will overclock, guess time will tell.
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If these are legit, 4.7 GHz boost all cores at stock would probably mean pretty decent bin. That's a lot of performance precluding overclock, but most likely also a commanding premium.

It would be pretty nice if this were the final configuration at $400 or less. It would be the new 2600K.

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Claimed 95w, yet we will probably have another X299 power and heat catastrophe on our hands with these chips.

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Quote: Originally Posted by m4fox90 View Post
95 watt TDP for the 8 cores at the same clocks as the 6 core 8086K? That doesn't seem right
Intel doesn't quote turbo speeds anymore; combined with this "questionable" TDP, I don't believe this leak.

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I dunno how they get 4.7ghz all core plus 95w tdp on an 8 core.

Something doesnt make sense here.
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8c/8t. I just came.

This is exactly what I've been hoping for. Fingers crossed...

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Quote: Originally Posted by m4fox90 View Post
95 watt TDP for the 8 cores at the same clocks as the 6 core 8086K? That doesn't seem right
TDP is largely arbitrary.

They can target whatever TDP they like with whatever core count they like as long as long as they bin properly and limit all-core turbo to a reasonable figure.

If they are going back to solder on these parts, that could explain some of it as well as a significant portion of the cooling requirements (which is what TDP is) on the non-metal TIM parts is expended on the additional thermal resistance.

Of course, I wouldn't take this chart for granted either.

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