Originally Posted by LancerVI
Please understand; I'm not saying you're wrong, I just thought it important to note the rest of what he said. Having said that, Intel surely knows what's going on. They bifurcated their TDP into two specifications and they can't have it both ways at the same time. One spec to make their cpus look more efficient. Another to make it the fastest cpu around. I maybe over simplifying it, but essentially, that is what they've done. I don't think you can lay ALL of the blame on mobo manufactures.
Its kind of nice to have a choice between the 2 as a consumer.
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