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post #11 of 24 (permalink) Old 10-01-2019, 06:15 PM
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Guess I will be getting both the 10 core and 18 core CSL-X.

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post #12 of 24 (permalink) Old 10-01-2019, 07:02 PM
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Well,

This is perfect. My new case should be here any day, and my new build will start this winter.

Now what do I do with this 7980xe that I have sitting on my desk :-D
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Wow. They really did it! They dropped prices! How the mighty have fallen

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You guys celebrating for the price change but you forget how monopoly in CPU for the past 7 years (before Ryzen) almost destroyed us consumers.

This is the best evidence Intel been charging us 2X the premium with pigeon poop product ever since Intel Broadwell-E, yet everyone happily hop on it.


They deserve to lose more market share for their past mistake. And I am not exactly happy as it should have been Ice-Lake HEDT by now if they are keep their butt up, not to mentioned dying DDR3 + PCIe 3.0 combo (which mean it will be a possible dead end socket, again!)

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ZEN 2 price-cuts incoming...

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I'm glad for competitive pricing for consumers for HEDT from AMD and Intel. I'm hoping this will eventually affect the prices of other sectors like mainstream and Intel's Xeon series. Though I doubt prices of flagships from their respective tiers and product sectors will get a heavy price cut from AMD or Intel. Customers interested in flagships from AMD or Intel tend to have a higher spending budget and both companies know this.

I'm still eyeing the W-3175X, especially now that EVGA's SR-3 leaks are become move prevalent. Too bad there's no EPYC enthusiast boards yet.

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Are we looking at a new chipset?
There will be a new version of x299 called the x299x, however these chips will be compatible with the current x299 motherboards.
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Also says you lose 4 lanes(48vs44) using older x299 motherboards. That wouldn't bother me if all is well with my current Apex mobo.

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If the price is true, the 10940XE is actually appealing for my use-case, simply because of AVX-512. If I wasn't using software where I see a 40-60% speed jump between AVX2 and AVX-512, it would be Threadripper/Epyc all the way...

That said, GPU is still faster, but I'd rather like a system that doesn't cost utterly bonkers amounts because of quad GPUs and a 1600w PSU... not to mention seeing 400w power draw at full load will be much nicer than seeing 1300w+...


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