Intel's all 5 GHz cores Core i9 9900KS Processor Available next month (October)

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  1. SweenJM

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    And it has been a useful resource for many years. We (the computer savvy) need to be the ones that lead by example on how we should conduct ourselves online. Be good to each other. Save all the drama, trolling, and snippy BS for the facebook crowd.
     
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    720p has never been a thing in modern reviews until recently, and the rare times in the far past it was, it was considered useless because no one is ever going to use 720p, and it rarely helped predict anything beyond what would be expected which ended up either wrong or with massive caveats all the time anyway. 720p absolutely does a terrible job at representing squat beyond itself.

    If I want to remember what a dogshit job 720p does at representing real world scaling all I need to do is pick any game, something I'm playing/will play so it's relevant to me, and look at the results at any reputable site:
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    Every serious review channel disagrees with you and states 720p results are useless as they clearly don't represent jackshit for scaling, especially amongst different engines. But go argue them, not me. Regarding "hIGhEr coReS wEre AVaiLaBle"; I didn't forget anything, you forgot to read.

    You can't prove... LOL. Tides go in, tides go out, lololol.
     
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    Yes it is good.

    Ryan Shrout could not have done all the slides ,there is no way he would make a mistake.Intel talking about desktop real performance and the slides say all data is gather from 10 Million notebooks.I took snap from youtube video
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    There was a good reason why CPUs only turbo high on one core.

    Having all cores boosted to 5ghz sounds pointless to me unless it really is a multi-threaded application.

    I think i'd prefer a 2core boost to 5.4 and all others 4.7 because if it's not using those cores won't it be a total waste of power?

    Most games would rather a single higher core.
     

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    9900KS 4GHz/5GHz has the top PC Gaming edge ... With very high IPC and 4GHz base should be the fastest factory single core performance you can buy ..

    9900KS is cheaper than Siliconlottery.com ... Last I heard the 9900KS is supposed to be around $499. US

    Wondering what other international tweaks are done in the 9900KS ? I'm guessing security will be top notch up to date from factory fixed and tweaked ... What other performance tweaks wondering ?

    Super Binned Ultra high yielding CPU the 9900KS is should OC to around 5.3GHz AVX-2 on higher end cooling systems like EK and Swiftech etc etc .. I'm running Cooled by EK setup ...

    9900K OC up to 5.1GHz AVX-2 all cores, I suspect the 9900KS will have 200MHz OC advantage at best? To reach Intel Coffeelake Refresh top GHz Barrier of 5.3GHz ...

    I'm very excited about this KS CPU and it's the last upgrade to my Z370 Chipset ... Just a CPU swop out ...

    9900KS should be a little more tweaked than the 8086K was 15 months ago ... This is the best that Coffeelake Refresh gets and there last 300 series boards CPU upgrade...long live the Intel 300 series boards ...
     
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    You really don't give a frack about giving out any real information do you? I'm not taking the bait, I'm not going to begin explaining why that's a dumb crap post and the list of things wrong with it. That's the last time I give you the benefit of the doubt.
     
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    If only Amd can reach that Magic mark of 5ghz I dont see a Reason anymore to spend the xtra money on Intel.
     
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    Nothing is changed, nothing is different, from 9900K, architectural, or otherwise. It's the same Coffee Lake-S.
     
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    Can we please stay on topic and can the fanboys of both companies stop the trolling ? I am getting tired of filtering through the childish nonsense that is repeatedly posted on all CPU related threads , thank you .
     

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    This product exactly represented de actual Intel moment... it's really Pathetic! Only dumbs to buy this chip nowadays... this chit chat thas is better is games dont paste anymore... a 3600X at 4.4-4.5ghz on all cores costing Half the price and has same multasking performance and with the USD 200 or more you can bought a better GPU... While the blue side still making "10fps" more chip at full hd AMD are gain more and more marketshare.
    Ryzen reigns at sales!
     
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    Agreed. Keep it civil at technical.
     
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    5 ghz does not magically make anything faster, a 4 ghz ryzen 3000 can be twice as fast, as a stock FX 9590 or a overclocked i7 2700k at 5ghz in a lot of workloads.

    Many 9900k overclockers use AVX offset or ring bus offset, so the extra frequency does not give the expected performance, the overclock otherwise should have given, so in essence some overclocks are more to show off a high frequency, then real usable performance.
     
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    Running at 720p changes bottleneck. What's the point of testing 720p on a 2080 Ti?
     
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    Raw CPU Horsepower.
     
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    It's obvious who this CPU is aimed at - gamers who want 5 GHz on all cores but are too lazy to overclock (like me :D). Frankly, if I was still on team blue, I would probably upgrade to this CPU, LOL. It might also appeal to those who want the best-binned CPU - gotta inflate that e-peen. ;)

    Which will never be realized unless you actually play at 720p on a 2080 Ti. I don't know about you, but when I buy a $1000 GPU I do NOT want to play it at 720p (or even 1080p). Those who can afford such a GPU typically have other high-end gear, such as 4K monitors (or at least 2.5K) and they will want to game at the native resolution of said monitors.

    The fact of the matter is that 720p testing is useful as a theoretical test, like CPU-Z or Cinebench, but has virtually no relevance for the real world (remember those recent Intel slides emphasizing real-world usage? ;)). Also, it in no way indicates future gaming performance since the test is about gaming with a CPU cap - and I see no reason why gamers in the future would play with a CPU cap (on the contrary, with 8K monitors around the corner, there is every indication that gaming in the future will be heavily GPU-bound).
     
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    Why buy the most expensive CPUs and GPUs and game at 720p? Nobody will ever do it besides to prove an arbitrary point.

    The 2080 Ti is bottlenecked even at 1440p at times and really only shines at 4K.
     
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    I never said game @720p ....?

    fact is why would anyone upgrade a processor when they can just get a high end graphics card and monitor for gaming...

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    everything is equal give or take a few fps.
     
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    Holy crap, an update. Brace for maximum nerd rage. Set shields for snarky.
     
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    How about a 5GHZ Pentium please :D
     
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