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post #11 of 54 (permalink) Old 05-09-2019, 06:02 PM
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This only really sucks for people that buy a very good MB with their current CPU and want to just upgrade CPU.

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I don't really have an issue with this. I know it bothers some people but I hate the possibility of limitations due to maintaining backwards compatibility. I would much rather have as much new stuff as possible with each release than have the ability to use an old motherboard.

I know that those reasons may not be why they do it, they sell chipsets as well as processors, but I am going to buy a new motherboard anyways. I have no use for a processor with no motherboard to put it in so I always get a new one with the new processor so that I can do something with the processor I am replacing.
agreed.

and you have the option to future proof (to a point) with the 495 and ice lake

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A socket change a year keeps the sheep in fear.

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What a surprise considering 6-9 series run on a same board no problem yet Intel forces sells of new mobos with new chipsets and new Intel LAN, etc. for more profit anyway. Hell there was even a DDR3 board (LOL) for these if I remember right. It's all about how much a mobo maker wants to stick to Intel's guidelines, obviously smaller Chinese etc. mobo makers don't care and will make stuff happen that no large mobo maker dares to.
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Its going to be a 300-350W CPU if you disable the tpd limits, My 7900X at 5ghz pulls 400W at 1.32v and 14nm++ isnt that much better.


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Can't wait for ****-n-Bull lake chips... They'll be 12 core chips that can only get to 4ghz and cost $1800 right?
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Its going to be a 300-350W CPU if you disable the tpd limits, My 7900X at 5ghz pulls 400W at 1.32v and 14nm++ isnt that much better.
If that's the spec, then that would be the major reason for a new socket. No other way of cooling but custom, too.

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I mean duh? It's been exactly 2 generations per 'socket' since at least Nehalem. Not sure how anyone could have hoped for or expected anything different enough to be mad about it now?

We can argue semantics about how SKL, KL, CL8 and CL9 are essentially all on the same socket and technically they should work and you can understandably be mad about that all you like, but fact is it remained in accordance with 2 gens per board sets. If you weren't expecting a new socket ready for the next 2 generations you haven't been paying attention.

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Its going to be a 300-350W CPU if you disable the tpd limits, My 7900X at 5ghz pulls 400W at 1.32v and 14nm++ isnt that much better.
it be around 500+ pushing avx code you know they going to try that lol 50x 1.3-1.4v ufff lol

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this whole 10+ core thing is stupid for gamers and let's be honest it will be marketed towards gamers as well as whatever else. games dont even use 6 threads super well except for a tiny minority let alone 20 threads. only benefit of this is being able to stream while playing.

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