Intel’s Core-X i9 and i7 series (x299) & Xeon (1P/2P)

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  1. hmscott

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    Wow, so at 4.7 GHz we would need to get a TR that at 4.0 GHz and scores 3400 at 100% perfect scale to get too 5.33 GHz. I think that horse race is over for a while.
     
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    It took 4 more threads for Intel to make it past the top ThreadRipper, .7ghz more clock, and most likely a lot more power drawn than ThreadRipper, which is really *a lot* of power - and huge cooling - did you see those coolant feed tubes? :)
     
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    Water Cooling Parts from EK for Arctic Panther (X299) Rebuild!
     
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    ( 4546) This is a massive a CINEBENCH score... I never saw that score before.
     
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    We haven't seen max OC'd 7960X on water yet. Same for 7940X
    And maxed clocks with phase cooler as is my preferred desktop cooling. Yeah, TR is cheaper and win the prize race but loose on what's count... High clocks.
     
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    That's just it, high clocks don't count when the price is too high.

    Intel is doomed unless they drop prices, perhaps even below AMD's, otherwise plenty have woken up to Intel's game, time to feed AMD and give AMD a time out :)
     
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    See intel isn't aiming for better power efficiency but maxing out the CPUs potential and want money so badly.
     
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    Papusan BGABOOKS = That sucks!! STAHP! Dont buy FILTH...

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    But, but low clocks ain't fun as bro @ole!!! so nice said:oops: Reminds me too much about today's Mobile i7's:rolleyes:
     
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    yea man for a true PC enthusiast a highly clocked CPU is a must. i notice lag/spike easily and i want non of that, the less the better and it can be achieved with optane SSDs and intel cpu at 5ghz.

    pls give us 6 cores at 5.3ghz thanks intel
     
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