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ASUS Cascade Lake-X Core i9 10000X HEDT for Socket 2066 Listed - 18 cores, but 48 PCIe lanes

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Aug 24, 2019.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Yaaahhhwwwnnnnn.... Oh, no new socket?... I'm impressed!... Price? 1.5-2K??..... no thanks... xD - sarcasm off: let's wait & see, what the 32c-TR will deliver & then lets talk again. ;-)
     
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    ZXRaziel Member Guru

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    I was waiting to say this for ages ... Finally it's over 9000 !
     
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    ZXRaziel Member Guru

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    I know its a refresh after refresh right now , so no point buying the old tech but I am certain that when the true new gen comes out they will outperform about everything out there , it's the long wait ahead of us that is the problem , it's almost like they have left the doors open for the competition on purpose haha .
     

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    Wow.... My current configuration uses all of them available PCI-e lanes just for GPU.

    I think I'm still waiting for TR3......
     
  6. MegaFalloutFan

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    I hope its priced at least cheaper then before so i wont have to buy AMD 16 core money losing, B stock CPU.
    I rather buy 14 core Intel with PCIe Gen 3, then AMD 16 core filled with bugs, WHEA errors, file corruption, fake turbo boost clocks and zero overclocking.
    Just imagine this: Intel x299 Mobo with TWO, yes TWO PLX chips [and thats on top of 48? 44? CPU lanes in HEDT CPU] costs 10$-20$ cheaper then MSI x570 Creation.
    Its not about 10$, its about the fact that Intel which always more expensive and TWO PLX chips which costs like 30-50USD per chip and it still on par with AMD board
     
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    Hehe that made me laugh, Intel fanboy.
     
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    Good stuff, still compatible with 2066 socket. I bet you Intel will undercut Ryzen 12 and 16 Core with these. It will be priced very competitive. If you already have 2066 socket board, you don't need new one.
     
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    if those will be priced similarly as amd, for respective number of cores, every fanboy can be happy. Everyone else can have a choice.
     
  10. K.S.

    K.S. Maha Guru

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    circa 2019, 18 Cores - 48 PCI-E lanes "HEDT" mmm nahh
     

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    Think i'll wait for PCI-E 5.0 and DDR5 RAM before i upgrade next. Already running a i7 9800X on X299.
     
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    New Intel Core i9 10000X HEDT, Ultra EXT-2 Alpha with DLCs
     
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    I would hope you don't need a new board. Cascade Lake-X is hardly any different than Skylake-X.

    I will bet you a brand new i9 10000 series PC, with all the bells and whistles you want, that this will not undercut even the Ryzen 16 cores (I assume you mean Zen 2). I have no idea where you're getting the impression this will be priced competitively but that's possibly the most absurd thing you've said. It might be priced competitively against the 7980XE, but not against AMD.
    Whether or not it will outperform a Zen2 Ryzen 12 or 16 core... maybe, but the additional cost (which again, will be higher) and power consumption isn't going to be especially appealing.
     
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    Threadripper is all about many cores, but Intel x299 is for the "full package". Many cores AND low latency.

    I have Threadripper for F@H, rendering and Areca raid storage, but my workstation is x299 overclocket with Optane 900p :D
    x299 is even perfect for gaming when overclocked :p

    Different use ;)

    HEDT: I don't care about prize. It's all about performance. For me.
     
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    U gud m8?
    Lately AMD doesn't have those listed bugs, and EVEN Those there were only because of faulty PCIe4 on older motherboards with old chipset.

    No matter (almost) how good the 10000x series will be, it will be almost impossible to win against 3950X
     
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    Win in what? :)
     
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    Since you wrote Ryzen, not TR, you believe price will be under $500? You really bet on it?
     
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    The quality of discussion on those news posts is going down and down.

    Guys you continue to attack people choices on hardware. As long as people can choice between comparable products, you should not waste time saying why your chosen product is so better than the other. Can you just stop at what you like in it? or what you are excited about it? Do you really have to say how shitty other people choices are?
     
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    /guru3d 2019
    Miss guru3d forums before 2010...

    Now it's 90% toxic, flaming and blaming.
     
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    not to mention those who get offended for people like Wagnard telling them they are wrong XD
     

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