Would love a 5800x 8/16.
Not sure how much of an upgrade will be from a 9700k@5GHz but still, hopefully lower consumption.
So that means we're all totally retarded for using 2k on a 6" phone?
I'd say it's fine, just that pricing is still high.
Wonder why the PC gaming...
Tiger lake for desktop, cmon take my money already.
If its as good as the mobile version amd is in trouble already
You can boil eggs on those with a normal cooler.
The price for 3% more performance?
Sorry guys, I couldn't drink bleach like the president suggested, maybe if I could I would be able to share your vision :)
On a general note, I hope americans wake the frack up and don't vote that retard again.
Pardon the language.
It's all about how much space takes on a rack. The less the better (or the more you can fit in)
Price for storage doesn't even matter anymore, at...
Should be a 3080 which is in line with the releases lately.
Performance is what I would expect if it's a 3080, no disappointments here.
It's a business and no freebies or cheap stuff here as the amd raging fanboys believe.
Given the current market state and their actual products,...
If 10700k matches the price of 3800xt I can see a loser here already
Looks to me like a ULV mobile chip rather than desktop variant.
I suppose they need this change to improve per core performance over current generation and Intel chips.
The 7nm 4000 series seem to only bring...
For me the situation is like this:
The i5 is a clear winner in its segment considering you can also OC it quite a bit without spending a ton on...
What I'm interested at the moment is how well the i7 and i5 will do since they will be more attractive and popular value wise.
In the 9k series...
Looks alright to me, expected this.
I suppose the gaming difference is a bit higher in 1080p but I doubt enthusiasts still use that resolution.
Thanks and the most important thing is missing: Resolution.
Anyway I was looking after the VA panel (non curved) version for these but seems like...
Looking great so far.
If priced right, the i5 K version could be again best bang for gaming.
Thats to be expected running such a test.
Try the same on a 3900x and you'll have a similar situation.
I suppose motherboard manufacturers have to stay in the game somehow.
Upgrading the product every 5 years+ would drive them bankrupt.
They are no doubt best value for most case scenarios.
I can't argue on this.