Intel 10000 series desktop CPUs and Chipsets Specifications Leak

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. Kaarme

    Kaarme Ancient Guru

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    It's pretty funny they put in a new socket but no PCIe 4.0.
     
  3. svan71

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    well intel needs more $ so a new socket is always a must and yes an x370 am4 released in February 2017 with 8 core support can now support a 16 core part but intels z390 released October 8th 2018 for 6 core support has to be replaced with z490 for 10 core support and yes intel figures 3.0 is good enough for you just be sure to disable hyper-threading just to be on the safe side.
     
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  4. nizzen

    nizzen Ancient Guru

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    Wonder if the next nVidia GPU's will have pci-e 4.0? If yes, what will be the performance benefit over 3.0 on the new high end gpu's.
    Likely there is not so much benefit in performance yet, and most likely there will be more performance benefit choosing Intel cpu for gaming instead of AMD cpu with pci-e 4.0 for gaming.

    Time will tell.
     

  5. longest

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    nizzen, it's all about nvme storage speed, gpu talk is pointless for now
     
  6. nizzen

    nizzen Ancient Guru

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    Sequencial speed that "noone" need...

    4k random read @ qd=1 is what we need...
     
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    Presuming to speak for everyone and no one is impressive. No one needs a new socket yet intel requires everyone who WANTS 10 cores to pay for it. No one needs pcie 4.0 but Its nice to future proof your system you spent your hard earned $ for. 4k random read will improve on 2nd gen 4.0 drives.
     
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  8. NiColaoS

    NiColaoS Master Guru

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    Damn, if my Z390 could support i7 10700 I would be getting it. But anyway, got cheap new 9700K ( 320€ ).
     
  9. kakiharaFRS

    kakiharaFRS Master Guru

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    I currently own a Z390 taichi ultimate and 9900k

    1080ti running in 8x only because that's all the system can afford (need 16x to play 4k apparently so I'm good for now...)
    I already had to remove the TB3 card because I ran out of lanes
    I can't use 2/3 nvme slots because I would be left with 1-2 sata ports (1nvme = -2 sata ports)
    at one time when I had to juggle between lots of external drives I had windows pop-up a message "too many usb devices connected"
    they sell motherboards with 3/4 of the slots you can't populate because of the low lanes

    absolutely no way I'm buying another 16 cpu lanes system it's obsolete technology (for mid-full tower desktops I mean)
    storage and transfer bandwith has exploded in recent years and Intel wants to stay with 5-10y old tech ? it's suicide, count me out

    HEDT is the new norm, Intel leaked line-up should be called LEDT

    edit : my G.Skill 3600 is compatible with most Ryzen 3k motherboards..just saying...Intel :p
     
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  10. DeskStar

    DeskStar Maha Guru

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    Gross!!!
     

  11. nizzen

    nizzen Ancient Guru

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    Then buy threadripper or x299. Problem solved :)
     
  12. The Goose

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    Pci-e 4 would be a nice upgrade for my Corsair MP600 2tb but my 7700k is still competitive for gaming and the extra nvme speed is not enough to justify upgrading atm...even to an Amd 570 + ryzen 3800x or even the 3900x
     
  13. The Goose

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    If i remember correctly my old 3820k and Asus rampage x79 had 40 lanes....things went down hill from there.
     
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    The new line up seems interesting but the big question is the pricing... Also, is this a new architecture or just the current one with more cores?
     
  15. nizzen

    nizzen Ancient Guru

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    Different platform...

    Mainstream vs HEDT

    X79 is like x299 now. More lanes.
     

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    The Z170 was a good platform but its becoming alittle too long in the tooth.
     
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    i did build a ryzen 3900x system coming from a 7700k, and swapped my 1080tii in the ryzen, i love the new build, it performs better than the 7700k way less stutter, but the 7700k for sure still can game, i can run the new cod at 144 fps in 1080p with a 1070, for sure the 7700k is stiill very good for gaming bbut for how long, with all these multi core cpu coming out, its only a matter of time, we will know more about how it performs when the new console comes out
     
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    my 3900x was working on a msi mortar b350m on release day... i still got an x570 but yeah intel is annoying with their board upgrade, for almost every gen
     
  19. wavetrex

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    AMD is about to launch a 16-core which will most likely work just fine on a 2 year old mobo (assuming it has good quality VRM), and has high-bandwidth I/O (PCI-e 4.0, USB 3.2 Gen 2 integrated, extra lanes for NVMe)

    Intel is preparing a 10-core which needs a complete new socket, while not offering ANYTHING new other than a tiny bump in number of cores...

    They are out of their minds, completely lost it.
     
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  20. asturur

    asturur Maha Guru

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    What is the difference between a current i9900k core and a comet lake one?

    What is reason to have z390 supporting a 8 core today, but just a 6 core comet lake later? if it can run the 9900ks can run also the next 8 core part i presume.

    i would expect more performances on the same watts or less watts and similar performances.
     

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