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[Updated][G3D] Intel Core i9-9900K, i7-9700K, i5-9600K specifications also exposed

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  • The Core i9-9900K is an 8-core 16 thread with a base clock of 3.6GHz, a Boost of up to 5GHz, a cache memory of 16MB, a TDP of 95W, and an 8-core maximum acceleration clock of 4.7GHz.
  • The Core i7-9700K is an 8-core 8 thread. It does not support HT. The base clock is 3.6GHz, Boost is up to 4.9GHz, the cache memory is 12MB, TDP 95W, and the 8-core maximum acceleration clock can reach 4.6GHz.
  • Core i5-9600K is a 6-core 6 thread, with the same base clock as 3.7GHz, Boost up to 4.6GHz, cache memory of 9MB, TDP 95W, and 6 core maximum acceleration clocks up to 4.3GHz.
Intel is expected to launch these chips later at the end of Q3 2018.

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ou know that Intel eight-core Core i9-9900K that is coming. Word out on the street is that Intel has been shipping some samples to overclockers. And as they found out, the 8-core parts do not use thermal paste, however, have the heat spreader directly soldered towards the die, much like Ryzen has.
That is going to be interesting

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The eight-core CPU scores 10718 points in the Time Spy CPU test. When you isolate and compare that number a bit back and forth, you can compare it compare with say a Ryzen 2700X, which is at 9147 points, Intel's Core i7 8700K scores an average of 7918 (all at defaults). That's 25% more cores, and 25% more CPU performance.


Seems it will be AMD IPC vs intel clock speeds in the next iteration of chips battle.
Unless AMD are going to push core count further.



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post #2 of 645 (permalink) Old 07-24-2018, 05:36 AM
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An unlocked Core i7 without HyperThreading? and I'm guessing ~350-400 bucks at launch? Maybe they have improved the thermal interface material from bird poop <tm>

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I bet its still bird poo but yes, AMD cores+IPC vs intel clock + IPC.

Who will win....
Exciting times indeed at the moment
Thank you AMD for finally making Intel squirm.

I feel like the CPU race is back on. Each company pushing their technologies and process to make faster processors.
Finally the standard 10% improvements are done for a while and 2500K users have a decent reason to upgrade.

Now if only AMD could pull another rabbit out the hat, and compete with Nvidia for GPU's.
Then things would really be as they were in the mid 2000's where each company was pushing the limits, not sitting idle just raking in cash.

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I bet its still bird poo but yes, AMD cores+IPC vs intel clock + IPC.
Debauer already said its not bird poop but soldered. So please. *frown*

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Seems it will be AMD IPC vs intel clock speeds in the next iteration of chips battle.
Unless AMD are going to push core count further.

AMD going for 16C for 7nm next year Zen 2

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95 watt TDP for the 8 cores at the same clocks as the 6 core 8086K? That doesn't seem right

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95 watt TDP for the 8 cores at the same clocks as the 6 core 8086K? That doesn't seem right
I was thinking the same thing..

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They could just make it simpler just release 2 cpus, i7-9900k w/ 8 cores 16 threads and i5-9700k w/ 6 cores 12 threads. Why release ones without ht and just make things complicated?

And price wise 9900k 8c 16t, should not be more than 400 usd, 1. 8c 16t is nothing new it is around since 2014 with 5960x. 2. AMD is already 2 generations deep in this core count with a 300s price range, is the ipc and clock rate gap gonna be that big to justify the price? 3.This is like what, 3rd or 4th 14nm interation since broadwell in 2014? They should have made at least manufacturing cheaper or more efficient after staying in that node for so long, or they still plan to milk customers to the very end.

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They could just make it simpler just release 2 cpus, i7-9900k w/ 8 cores 16 threads and i5-9700k w/ 6 cores 12 threads. Why release ones without ht and just make things complicated?

And price wise 9900k 8c 16t, should not be more than 400 usd, 1. 8c 16t is nothing new it is around since 2014 with 5960x. 2. AMD is already 2 generations deep in this core count with a 300s price range, is the ipc and clock rate gap gonna be that big to justify the price? 3.This is like what, 3rd or 4th 14nm interation since broadwell in 2014? They should have made at least manufacturing cheaper or more efficient after staying in that node for so long, or they still plan to milk customers to the very end.

They want their pigeon pooped 8700K to sell.

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Always pleasantly amused to see how a little competition can go a long way. We went from 4c/4t and 4c/8t being the top mainstream chips to 6c/6t and 6c/12t to 8c/8t and 8c/16t in under 12 months.

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