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Hwgeek 07-10-2019 02:23 AM

Fake or Leaked on purpose to just stay relevant, but it won't be real product since even the 9900KS will be better CPU in gaming and some ADOBE style apps, so how they will justify the new socket cost?

akromatic 07-10-2019 03:51 AM

New socker.... lpddr4 new ram.......

7900/9900x have no reason to exist and they cost so much more for way lower performance

oxidized 07-10-2019 03:55 AM

If confirmed, might actually be ok, intel's main problem is the price, they have the performance with a comparable consumption to ryzen 3000, could be pretty good, the new socket is kinda fair, they've been using 1151 for 4 years now, and it might be because they want to make next gen CPUs compatible with these boards. I'm actually kinda interested.

dantoddd 07-10-2019 04:04 AM

If this is real could be ok. The new socket thing doesn't bother me. No one really buys new processors, people buy new PCs motherboard, CPU, RAM etc....

TriWheel 07-10-2019 04:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dantoddd (Post 28034914)
If this is real could be ok. The new socket thing doesn't bother me. No one really buys new processors, people buy new PCs motherboard, CPU, RAM etc....

Target Audience^

philhalo66 07-10-2019 04:49 AM

LOL @ 105W, chances are its over 300W my 9900K at stock draws over 225

Defoler 07-10-2019 04:56 AM

Quote:

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

Hopefully this means more PCIE lanes directly to the CPU, though 1159 doesn't seems like much, so I don't know what the new pins are going to be used for. The 1150/1/1v2 have been very limited since it came out.
Even AMD's AM4 has 1331 pins.
To get more PCIE lanes out and support more things directly out of the CPU and not just the chipset, they need to add pins.

opt33 07-10-2019 05:20 AM

If it's fake, it's pretty funny trolling. If real, the right direction but a little late. With Ryzen 7nm giving me 20-40% increase productivity/blender/3d for half my computer... intel is a lost cause until at least 10nm is out. 3900 or 3950 will be my first ever amd cpu, then ? zen3 next year especially if it takes both productivity and gaming from intel.

Intel should spend there time on 10nm and trying to take back both gaming and productivity at given price point, even decreasing price of 9900k, while helpful, isnt going to make up for 20-40% productivity deficit.

ozlay 07-10-2019 05:24 AM

They should consider a name change. It seems too long. :)

Cysquatch 07-10-2019 05:29 AM

Obviously I'm taking this rumor with a grain of salt as everyone should. If it is legit, from my broke guy perspective $159 for a 4 core 8 thread cpu with a 4.5 turbo clock, This would be a steal. Also this would compete heavily with AMD's lower end CPUs.


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