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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 08-27-2019, 09:25 AM
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So this 18 core chip on 1151 socket, therefore...being a 9900K replacement?

Lets assume, given the 14nm and amount of heat, that its soldered IHS...your still going to need what $500 cooling just for the CPU to run at average clocks.
I think the 3950X might actually clock better under non-sub zero cooling than this.

It does have more cores though which is very interesting. Clock speeds though will tell the story.
We know that intel can at best get 5% more IPC out of 14nm per iteration...and then remove that performance advantage a few months later with security patches...


Very interesting to see the 3950X having some competition though, that I will say. Get ready for applications to ramp up on multi-threading a lot more rapidly I think?

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post #12 of 16 (permalink) Old 08-27-2019, 09:30 AM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by SystemTech View Post
So this 18 core chip on 1151 socket, therefore...being a 9900K replacement?

Lets assume, given the 14nm and amount of heat, that its soldered IHS...your still going to need what $500 cooling just for the CPU to run at average clocks.
I think the 3950X might actually clock better under non-sub zero cooling than this.

It does have more cores though which is very interesting. Clock speeds though will tell the story.
We know that intel can at best get 5% more IPC out of 14nm per iteration...and then remove that performance advantage a few months later with security patches...


Very interesting to see the 3950X having some competition though, that I will say. Get ready for applications to ramp up on multi-threading a lot more rapidly I think?
This is a new x299 chip or new socket? No clue why x299 exist along side Xeon-W.

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Greed is usually the answer or some marketing team sees too much milk left in the users and are going to tweak it as much as possible to get every last drop they can before Amd puts that Final nail in there coffin.
And forces Intel to innovate instead of reps in 14nm Into the ++++++++++++++

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While I am excited to see this level of competition, I am deeply annoyed at the pricing for motherboards. In the good old days you knew that the one charging you an ARM (get it? ) and a leg for something was INTEL. Nowadays to get something medium to high end, you dish out cash faster than Chuck Norris round house kicks 5 fluffy bunnies .

we all know thats not true!!! we all know when chuck norris walks by bunnies round house kick themselves!!
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so this is obviously a bad reading on software, but why does this cpu even exist? there is no point on selling highly priced, already rehashed Intel CPUs with the same architecture again, unless they think they can compete with Threadripper/Epyc with these CPUs

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The only things I can think of are 1) something new 2) squeeze out an extra 200MHz 3) gives Intel the opportunity to save face by adjusting prices. Prices are tighter on mainstream desktop and you can make a case for 9900/9700k, but current 2066 prices would look bananas compared to say a $749 16-core TR 3000.

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