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The fact that the 3900x works okay in some B350 boards really highlights my problems with Intel...

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Broadwell only and it was HEDT
The 5675c/5775c were HEDT?
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The fact that the 3900x works okay in some B350 boards really highlights my problems with Intel...
Coffee Lake working in z170/z270 and Asus confirming their z270 boards could run Coffee Lake without an issue with a bios/ME update already confirms Intel is full of it.

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The fact that the 3900x works okay in some B350 boards really highlights my problems with Intel...



The 5675c/5775c were HEDT?
Forgot about that, but those really weren't that big of a series were they? Anyway 1151 was used for much time, and it was all 14nm, 1150 was basically all 22nm and a few SKUs at 14nm just at the end.
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Forgot about that, but those really weren't that big of a series were they? Anyway 1151 was used for much time, and it was all 14nm, 1150 was basically all 22nm and a few SKUs at 14nm just at the end.
1151 Had 2 revisions sky/kaby and coffee. They were not compatible so we can basically cut 1151's life by 2/3.
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1151 Had 2 revisions sky/kaby and coffee. They were not compatible so we can basically cut 1151's life by 2/3.
AMD changed as many sockets, stop using this as an excuse to bash on intel, use more reasonable facts instead. The socket is the same, and nobody is 100% certain they did that just for the sake of it.
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AMD changed as many sockets, stop using this as an excuse to bash on intel, use more reasonable facts instead. The socket is the same, and nobody is 100% certain they did that just for the sake of it.
Asus can confirm: https://www.tweaktown.com/news/59584...pus/index.html

AMD keeps backward and forward compatibility with new chipsets while the socket stays the same. Intel kept the same socket without keeping compatibility.

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AMD changed as many sockets, stop using this as an excuse to bash on intel, use more reasonable facts instead. The socket is the same, and nobody is 100% certain they did that just for the sake of it.
I never mentioned AMD. I had a bit of disappointment with my 1151 mobo when coffee lake came out b/c they were not compatible even though both being called 1151. That's it..it has nothing to do with AMD.
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Asus can confirm: https://www.tweaktown.com/news/59584...pus/index.html

AMD keeps backward and forward compatible with new chipsets while the socket stays the same. Intel kept the same socket without keeping culpability.
Not 100% confirmation, but ok, even if so the facts i said remain, whoever keeps complaining about intel's change of sockets, just don't know their facts, or are biased some way, AMD has had the same amount of sockets in the last 10 years, with the difference of having many less products.

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I never mentioned AMD. I had a bit of disappointment with my 1151 mobo when coffee lake came out b/c they were not compatible even though both being called 1151. That's it..it has nothing to do with AMD.

Thing is everyone keep complaining about intel changing many sockets, when they changed just as much as AMD but for some reason nobody ever complains about the same thing with AMD.
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Well I'm sure the A320 ppl are not exactly stoked. Well I wouldn't be...I haven't had an AMD cpu since k6-2 back in '97.

Anyways none of this is here nor there as this thread is about a fake leak. This should be closed as such since ppl tend to not read and will continue to assume it's true.

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