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post #21 of 645 (permalink) Old 07-24-2018, 09:14 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.
Doubt many will go past the 5ghz mark

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post #22 of 645 (permalink) Old 07-24-2018, 09:15 AM
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That is stupid, they call it i9... next year amd will propably release ryzen 5 with 8c/16t, and that will most likely be equal to that i9 in performance, if not better. They should just call it i7, and call that 8c/8t i5, or change i5 to 6c/12t.

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That is stupid, they call it i9... next year amd will propably release ryzen 5 with 8c/16t, and that will most likely be equal to that i9 in performance, if not better. They should just call it i7, and call that 8c/8t i5, or change i5 to 6c/12t.
They called it i9 so they charge you i9 price for it, for $499 at least lol.


No doubt next year Zen 7nm with 8C/16T can overtake it at only $199-249

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Isn't the lack of HT in i7 result of Spectre variant.... I will call it fix? God please no... .
This is still the same skylake CPU with better clocks. How many motherboards have it been since than? No mega-tasking Intel? No Iris Pro? A new socket there is isn't it?

edit: Wonder if Nvidia still made some decent chipset for thease CPU would it also drop support.

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Word on the street is it's going to be $599 CAD
No source, just hearsay. As what we all should do, reserve judgement for final launch price and performance.
Also remember that people do other things besides gaming. I for one do a lot of virtualization work and starting to get into content creation.

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If this is the best Intel can do, I see AMD overtaking them next year with Zen 2. Stripping HT and basically dropping the i7 into the same class as an i5 and dropping the i5 into basically an i3. Sleazy.

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Doubt many will go past the 5ghz mark
"internet" doubt about OC potential in 7980xe too

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Isn't the lower thread count going to be a big hit in performance for a lot of games? I moved up from an i5 because hyperthreading really seemed to be making a big difference now.
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Numbers and performance aside, will these chips have in-silicon fixes for the Spectre/Meltdown vulnerabilities or will they still be susceptible to them?



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Man at this rate im def holding on to my 4790k as long as possible, never seen so many chip releases from intel in such a short time period!

Maybe end of next year il bite on something!

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