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[WCCF] Intel Cascade Lake-X ‘Core-X’ CPUs To Offer Better Performance Per Dollar Than 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen Threadripper HEDT Chips

https://wccftech.com/intel-cascade-l...per-hedt-cpus/



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Intel has said that their next-gen Core-X processors ‘Cascade Lake-X’ will offer better performance per dollar versus AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper CPUs. The latest tidbit was revealed by Intel during IFA and reveals that their next-generation high-end desktop CPUs might actually be priced aggressively against Threadripper CPUs which have almost demolished Intel in the HEDT market.
My 2 cents.
Lets ignore Cascade Lake X vs Threadripper charts. Lets just focus on Cascade Lake X vs Skylake X. We know there's very little difference between the two so the chart suggests that Cascade Lake X is 74% to 109% $/performance better. Lets say Cascade is 10% faster than Skylake from maturity of the process and binning. That's still 60% to 100% better $/dollar.

I think they're going to drop the 18 core processor part from $2000 down to $1000 and all of the other chips will fall in line to reach those $/performance numbers.
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post #2 of 34 (permalink) Old 09-06-2019, 12:24 PM
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Using what bench mark / metric ?
This appears to be little more than Marketing fluff with little if any basis .
Is Intel really getting that desperate ?
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Using what bench mark / metric ?
This appears to be little more than Marketing fluff with little if any basis .
Is Intel really getting that desperate ?
Horrible marketing team is their benchmark... lol

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I mean, I would be interested if this turned out to be true... but I'm certainly not going to be holding my breath on Intel releasing amazing price/performance parts suddenly.

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Quote: Originally Posted by pony-tail View Post
Using what bench mark / metric ?
This appears to be little more than Marketing fluff with little if any basis .
Is Intel really getting that desperate ?
Sysmark and Real world performance not synthetic things line cinebench or whatever.
https://www.extremetech.com/computin...d-benchmarking

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Sysmark and Real world performance not synthetic things line cinebench or whatever.
https://www.extremetech.com/computin...d-benchmarking
If you look at fine print at the bottom of that picture in the article the data comes from two in one and notebooks exclusively. So it's not even desktop data.
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So, Intel is going to dramatically cut prices? Because if the new flagship (10990XE?) is still 18/36 and 44 lanes, it's tough to imagine they'll nuke AMD in any legit price/performance scenario

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Quote: Originally Posted by m4fox90 View Post
So, Intel is going to dramatically cut prices? Because if the new flagship (10990XE?) is still 18/36 and 44 lanes, it's tough to imagine they'll nuke AMD in any legit price/performance scenario
It would almost seem they have to cut prices with being second fiddle now.

Though they are entrenched enough that server and HEDT sales are still going to come in regardless of whether the performance is good or not. Sadly enough I've worked for large corporations where Intel is just the default go to option when new equipment is needed.


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Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post
It would almost seem they have to cut prices with being second fiddle now.

Though they are entrenched enough that server and HEDT sales are still going to come in regardless of whether the performance is good or not. Sadly enough I've worked for large corporations where Intel is just the default go to option when new equipment is needed.
Depends on the task though, Intel has dedicated AI instructions(Deep Learning Boost) and Optane DC memory which are much faster than AMD's platform when used. With Intel's current focus on software I see Intel as a much larger threat to nVidia than AMD.

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