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post #11 of 48 (permalink) Old 07-12-2019, 05:00 PM
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>8 cores at any frequency higher than what the 9900KS is already at is a pipe dream on 14nm regardless of how many +'s you add to the end of it.

I've got 0 interest in any CPU Intel can offer until they do a die shrink.
Cores isn't all that matters -- some of us really wished the KFC edition materialized. 9900K with 32MB, 64MB, or even 128MB of L3/L4 will outpace anything in the 8-10 or even 12 core area right now. There is still a gap to fill between 40ns (DDR4) and 10ns (L3), but this fruit definitely doesn't hang as low as it is with Ryzen 3000.

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Cores isn't all that matters -- some of us really wished the KFC edition materialized.

When the competition has a CPU on the horizon that boosts to 4.7Ghz with 16 cores/32 threads (and 64MB of L3) it definitely matters a whole lot though.

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When the competition has a CPU on the horizon that boosts to 4.7Ghz with 16 cores/32 threads (and 64MB of L3) it definitely matters a whole lot though.
At a different price bracket.

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Quote: Originally Posted by mouacyk View Post
At a different price bracket.

You are assuming Intel wont charge their 10C at $749? The last time I rmb they charge their 10C for $1700 for BW-E

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Well that doesn't appear to be something worth waiting for.
Especially you need to buy a new motherboard that only last for a gen, again.


We are all sick of Intel BS.

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But the latest reviews say your hardware at stock speeds isn't much better than the other stuff when overclocked ;P

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But the latest reviews say your hardware at stock speeds isn't much better than the other stuff when overclocked ;P
I would of had to spend $100+ if I went with that options and disassemble my loop. The point was to not upgrade my motherboard/take apart my loop.

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Intel has explained how it struggled to bring 10-nanometer processors to market, while also admitting that we won’t see its 7nm chips until 2021.

However, as Swan notes, “The short story is we learned from it, we'll get our 10nm node out this year. Our 7nm node will be out in two years and it will be a 2.0X scaling so back to the historical Moore's Law curve.”

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