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05-28-2019 05:12 PM
Middleman
9900KF

More likely to hit 53/54 core ratio in extreme overclocking than 9900K 52/53
05-20-2019 06:59 AM
KinguBah
Quote: Originally Posted by wingman99 View Post
Does it have turbo to 4.6GHz? if it does than it is 9th gen coffee lake.
Yeah it does... phew. Thanks for the advice.
05-20-2019 06:56 AM
wingman99
Quote: Originally Posted by KinguBah View Post
It's my PC . Hi, Sucker here.

Actually though, I knew what I was getting and am pretty pleased about how it performs and all the specs are correct etc. Until I saw this that is.

No idea why it shows up as a 7300 like that. If it's actually a Kaby Lake under the hood that seems... pretty messed up. Not sure if this is even a realistic worry or it's just a naming issue what with it having 4 cores, not the 2 of the 7300 etc.
Does it have turbo to 4.6GHz? if it does than it is 9th gen coffee lake.
05-20-2019 06:40 AM
KinguBah It's my PC . Hi, Sucker here.

Actually though, I knew what I was getting and am pretty pleased about how it performs and all the specs are correct etc. Until I saw this that is.

No idea why it shows up as a 7300 like that. If it's actually a Kaby Lake under the hood that seems... pretty messed up. Not sure if this is even a realistic worry or it's just a naming issue what with it having 4 cores, not the 2 of the 7300 etc.
05-20-2019 06:08 AM
Martin778 Where did you get that pic? i3 9000 has double the cores and cache though.
05-20-2019 06:06 AM
KinguBah
Quote: Originally Posted by Martin778 View Post
These CPUs suffered defects during manufacturing that would have rendered their graphics subsystems unusable. In the face of a severe shortage, however, Intel figured out how to boost production by resurrecting chips that would have otherwise been considered defective.
It seems they're not even very subtle about it, hah.

05-19-2019 12:08 PM
The Pook losing Intel QuickSync should be enough of a reason to not even consider the KF, ignoring the pricing woes
05-19-2019 11:49 AM
Martin778 Apparently there might be a new revision with some hardware patches for the yet another leak in their CPU's...

The 9900KF is 20 euro cheaper than K here in the Netherlands but I wouldn't bother with it, integrated graphics might come in handy.

I have a 9900K but would love a Ryzen 3000...
Tried 2700X but it just didn't cut it compared to 5.1Ghz 9900k.
05-19-2019 11:10 AM
Cryptedvick
Quote: Originally Posted by wingman99 View Post
Premium for the same processor with a defective then deleted IGP, suckers are born every day LOL.
Haha, this is so true!
This is so typical of Intel. I honestly can't wait for Ryzen 3000 to show up to make Intel sweat a little bit.
They're gonna have to step up their game some, to compete with AMD's price/performance madness.
Can't wait to see the CPU playground in 2 years to see what their next step is.
05-19-2019 10:26 AM
wingman99 Premium for the same processor with a defective then deleted IGP, suckers are born every day LOL.
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