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You can run all the Skylake based CPUs = 6000-9000 series are the same thing really on any board made for these, Z170 - Z390, and they can use DDR3 or DDR4. Yes even DDR3 support is in there.
It has been done and sold but it's a niche thing because Intel doesn't allow this "hackery" out of wanted specs to large brands that sell in the "western" lands. In China... they got it.
All these talks from Intel how one needs a new motherboard are a load of crap, it all runs even on Z170 even with DDR3. The dies are "universal" and as such contain parts that are not used on desktop in products but are used elsewhere where these dies end up, mobile, etc.

Of course having adequate power delivery is another thing but that goes for any motherboard and CPU combination.

There are some "updated" or hacked UEFIs that add support for 9000 series on lower boards with a flash, you may also need to mask pins.

9900K OC eats a crap ton of power. 170W stock, 200W all core and around 250W OC and 100C on custom loop.
It will be interesting to see how 3900X and 3950X do in terms of power and temperatures beside the expected performance.
Would definitely not bother investing in any Intel platform based on Core, period. Be it for home use or business use.
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Sorry I ran Small FFTs that says maximum, you can check my screen shot and see I ran smallFFTs.
Thats only 24k theres 4 and 8k

24k uses less power

this screen just throw out of the window your 1.5mV as not truth



thats a 8700K <======not a 9900k its not even a 1.5mV with proper load avx

i see there 230w+ avexed on p95 9900k is way way up lol
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Thats only 24k theres 4 and 8k

24k uses less power

this screen just throw out of the window your 1.5mV as not truth



thats a 8700K <======not a 9900k its not even a 1.5mV with proper load avx

i see there 230w+ avexed on p95 9900k is way way up lol
How's my screenshot not true? The max it used in 8 minutes running Prime95 was 24Xw running Prime95 smallFFTs. I'll run the different test this afternoon.

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How's my screenshot not true? The max it used in 8 minutes running Prime95 was 24Xw running Prime95 smallFFTs. I'll run the different test this afternoon.
because the 9900K will pull more power than that in the right "AIMED" load...

if you use your 9900K @ 1.5mV and you decide you feel frisky and you want to do some data crunching stuff that fits in the L caches that cpu will pull alot of power

i can throw some rog bench and my 8700K will not go above 150-160w a 1.35mV

if you know the right app you will see..

its kind of misleading saying the 9900k dont suck enough power i can make a 8700K get to 230-250w and i dont even need 1.5mV as you see above

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I am just waiting to see Performance per Watt chart on 9900KS review in Q4 :-),
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I am just waiting to see Performance per Watt chart on 9900KS review in Q4 &#x1f642;,
It's most likely going to be a binned 9900K with a 205w TDP

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I am just waiting to see Performance per Watt chart on 9900KS review in Q4 :-),
Unless they are specially binned I bet it would be very similar to a 9900k thats been overclocked similarly. Wait for someone to test that new gigabyte 5.1ghz combo, will probably be real close to it.

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And what about performance per dollar? Only the purest of intel fan boys will cough up that extra $100 for that sweet sweet 5% performance gain to be the king of gaming and also stupidity. To each his own.

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