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WannaBeOCer 07-10-2019 12:27 AM

[TweakTown] Intel Core i9-10900KF - 10C/20T @ 5.2GHz for $499 on 14nm+++
 
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A perfectly timed leak of Intel's new 10th-gen CPUs has hit with an exciting line up of 'Comet Lake' CPUs that will fall into 13 different chips, and will act as yet another refresh that will add on another plus bringing it up to a 14nm+++ node, up from the 14nm++ from the Coffee Lake refresh. Anyway, check them out:

Newbie2009 07-10-2019 12:49 AM

lol another new socket

garych 07-10-2019 01:02 AM

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Originally Posted by Newbie2009 (Post 28034750)
lol another new socket

AMD: Same socket - smaller lithography


Intel: Same lithography - different socket


LEMAO :laughings

naved777 07-10-2019 01:11 AM

Still PCIe 3.0 ?

GHADthc 07-10-2019 01:15 AM

"A socket a year keeps the goyim in fear" as they say....same ish, different smell, just more 14nm+++++++++ rehashing, the top model SKU will get trounced by the 3950X in productivity, and it'll be even more of a house-fire than the 9900 kelvin fried chicken, and make its "105" TPD look like a joke as usual.

Absolutely zero reason to go this over a 9 series Intel offering if all you are interested in is 1080p/240hz gaming or 4K/144Hz+ (Not that any company has any product offerings that are adequately up to that task yet), and absolutely zero reason to get these if you are interested in any sort of productivity that doesn't involve AVX512.

But you watch, the "Tech-Journalists" and media outlet's will climb their pedestals and crow at the top of their lungs on how amazing these are, NPC drones will flock to it, replace their perfectly adequate current Intel set-ups, or choose one of these over a Ryzen 2 for productivity related workloads, and then rinse and repeat the next year when the next rehash and socket comes out, ad-infinitum...It's getting pretty old and stale at this point Intel, some one wake me up when Ocean Cove leaks, as Intel is currently dead to me, until they sort out their myriad of security issues, their BS pricing, and actually improve in IPC significantly (And don't parrot that +18% IPC Sunny Cove BS, it was in a vacuum with no security mitigations in place, as stated by the fine-print on the marketing slide).

Imglidinhere 07-10-2019 01:22 AM

OMG that... that's so dumb... xD

Intel needs to stop with their ridiculous TDP naming scheme. This is hilarious, there's NO WAY their 10-core i9 is ONLY sitting at a TDP of 105w. That's hilarious. Not at 14nm+++, it doesn't matter how refined it gets.

Also another socket change!? Jesus Intel, take pointers for once in your life. This is getting silly. So you expect to remain competitive by forcing your customers to buy yet ANOTHER motherboard for these new chips? Yeah right. :P

NexusRed 07-10-2019 01:26 AM

This is most likely going to get lost in the storm of usual internet nonsense, but notice that this was posted in the RUMORS AND UNCONFIRMED ARTICLES section.. so please.... for the love of all things OCN.... TAKE THIS WITH A PLANETARY SIZED GRAIN OF SALT!

ibb27 07-10-2019 01:30 AM

New socket, OMG! Intel never change... :D

garych 07-10-2019 01:34 AM

Unfortunately this must be fake news, cause even for Intel it would be dumb to release a CPU with PCIe 3.0 after AMD had already launched PCIe 4.0 support.

ku4eto 07-10-2019 02:00 AM

Haha, yea, right.

10 cores at 3.6Ghz base, with 95TDP from Intel? 1st April is long gone. Even without boosting, it will be past those 95W.

Also, lower price than the 9900K, despite havign more cores?

I call gake and fay.


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