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Core i9-9900K and i7-9700K turbo clocks revealed - 4.7 GHz with all eight cores

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Aug 11, 2018.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. NewTRUMP Order

    NewTRUMP Order Master Guru

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    Benchlife...more like get a life...Benchlife in all kinds of violations....







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  3. moeppel

    moeppel Member Guru

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    That's not going to be 95W and it's likely going to quite a chunk above $300.

    Wonder if this is the end of the road for Intel, assuming Zen 2 will arrive as scheduled - only of course if it'll be able to encroach towards the mid 4ghz as well.
     
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    wavetrex Master Guru

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    Fake.
    We'll be lucky if it does 4.0 all cores, and that with some beefy cooling, and not in SSE jobs, which will throttle to 3.8 or something.

    Magic doesn't happen overnight; changing a number from 7 to 9 is insufficient. Needs more Faery dust for that.
     

  5. Strange Times

    Strange Times Member Guru

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    yeah another fake tdp from intel
     
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    RzrTrek Ancient Guru

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    Ryzen giving Intel another panic attack?
     
  7. Yogi

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    Still can't believe that an i7-k processor doesn't have hyperthreading.
     
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    TLD LARS Member Guru

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    It is too good to be called a i5, but it is not good enough to be called a i9, so it cant really be named anything else then i7.
    I would guess it would be faster then a i7 8700k and i7 7820x, if it is able to run at the clocks described here, so it is really closer to the i9 labeling then i5.
     
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    nevcairiel Master Guru

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    TDP has always been specified for running at base clocks only. Turbos are not guaranteed if your board and cooling cannot sustain them. So yeah, it'll use more then 95W if your cooling and power delivery can keep up with that. But all CPUs always have.

    Ryzen will also exceed the 95W rating.
     
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    People here really need to remember that the TDP rating is based on base clocks. Intel isn't claiming 95W at 4.7Ghz, that's absurd.

    Also, since these are supposed to use real TIM for the IHS, 4.7GHz on all cores with a modest air cooler should be achievable.

    I avoid Intel wherever justifiable, but damn, some of you people are so caught up in hating them that you don't realize how ridiculous you sound.
     
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    Well that's guru3d forums anno 2018...

    Nice to see competition doing wonders for us who love hardware :D
     
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    Yet another epic fail post....
     
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    You have a point but Intel is also being misleading in regards to TDP's. The entire point of TDP's was so that vendors could determine proper cooling solutions. When you are selling products that boost clocks, you at min should publish the all core boost TDP since that is something that will occur when simply using the CPU as intended. You will certainly need a better cooling solution than dissipating 95W.

    I think these are going to be damn good CPU's by the way. No Intel hate here.
     
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    if they keep their current "stock" cooler those turbos will be just a distant dream
    that said i guess thats why they sholder so they can push their cpus close to their limit leaving only 300-500 mhz headroom for oc like ryzen
     
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    There's room for both I dont hate either camp.Just remember intel has been top-dog for so long now and finally Amd stepping it up might of throw them off there game for a little bit but they will be just fine I think. Both companys need each other and bring out the best in one another I think.

    I started a new build based on Ryzen iam proud to say but I would never turn down team blue if I had the xtra $$$.
     

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    lol what? i havent seen a single ryzen chip going above 85c even overclocked. meanwhile intel consistently going 90-100c
     
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    I have to admit it's tempting, all 8cores @4.7GHz. I wanted such cpu back in 2013, but all I had to offer was a 1000$ cpu in 2014 lol..
    At least this 8 threaded is better then a regular 4core/thread cpu, I knew it would get handy now since 2016+.

    That said, I will pass, want something even more advanced, looking at you IceLake, but this crap keeps on stalling since 2016 and another 2 years to go..
     
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    A foolish - and irrelevant - remark. Troll much? You should be on wccftech, not here.
     
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    Well... This got me thinking, latest x299 used TIM. Is the Xeon line also using it?
    Back on track... Could that be the difference between solder and TIM on Intel CPU? Delidding appears to have some effect, so... It should help dissipate all that heat.
    Then again, none of the K series come with coolers, so it's up to you buying the most adequate kit.
    Perhaps a monstrous industrial chiller?
     
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    @Tj
    TR?
     

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