Monday, November 4th 2019

Intel 10th Gen Core i9 XE "Cascade Lake-X" Possible Availability Date Revealed

Intel announced its 10th generation Core i9 XE "Cascade Lake-X" HEDT processor family in October. At the time, market availability of these chips was slated for November 2019, although a date wasn't specified. A report by Chinese tech publication PCDIY sheds more light. According to the report, market availability of these chips could begin from 25th November, 2019, which would be 49 days or 7 weeks following its October 7 product announcement. Intel's lean 10th gen Core HEDT processor lineup includes 10-core, 12-core, 14-core, and 18-core SKUs at price-points ranging from roughly-$600 to $1,000.
Sources: PCDIY, via VideoCardz
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17 Comments on Intel 10th Gen Core i9 XE "Cascade Lake-X" Possible Availability Date Revealed

#1
dj-electric
I wonder what those text bubbles are saying on that infographic...
Let's try and translate.

9900KS: I run at 5Ghz! It only took me additional 75W over previous version to get here!
(It does, for those wondering)

i9 10980XE: I'm a third revision of the same CPU you know since 2017, just wait until the 25/11 for a 24 Core monster to tear me to shreds in countless tasks

Pentium Gold 6405U: Hey, Celeron, do we still fit on those H310 boards or do you think AIBs are pushing for another socket?
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#2
thesmokingman
It seems more like they are waiting for the hammer, er um TR3 to drop. Makes sense since they can readjust pricing or whatever to react to what TR3 brings. And iirc they were set to release on the 5th...

But then last minute delay a day ago.
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#3
Flanker
dj-electric
I wonder what those text bubbles are saying on that infographic...
Let's try and translate.

9900KS: I run at 5Ghz! It only took me additional 75W over previous version to get here!
(It does, for those wondering)

i9 10980XE: I'm a third revision of the same CPU you know since 2017, just wait until the 25/11 for a 24 Core monster to tear me to shreds in countless tasks

Pentium Gold 6405U: Hey, Celeron, do we still fit on those H310 boards or do you think AIBs are pushing for another socket?
The first bubble says:
"5GHz on all cores! Available now! Competitors should be scared!? I am the very best gaming processor on earth! Limited supply! Get them while you can!"

Second one:
"Aww! Been waiting for so long! Haven't seen a worthy competitor! Looks like I should take a break and become cheaper, should get to work on 11/25"

One on the side:
"The big bro's are getting all the cheers. We will go on sale quietly. Shhh!"

It's hilarious, but some of them makes little sense. Feels like translated from another language
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#4
bubbleawsome
Flanker
Second one:
"Aww! Been waiting for so long! Haven't seen a worthy competitor! Looks like I should take a break and become cheaper, should get to work on 11/25"
If this isn’t a joke at all that’s incredibly blatant of them :laugh:
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#5
TheLostSwede
The excitement for these new Intel CPUs here is amazing, never seen so many people looking forward to a new range of CPUs from Intel :roll:
To be fair, I guess most people aren't considering these anyhow, but the hype train is clearly not with Intel on this one...
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#6
fancucker
Intels biding their time until the true zen response Ice lake and Cooper Lake (up to 38 and 48 cores) arrive. Then it's curbstomping time.

These look very nice for those who know how to appreciate the X299 platform and don't want OS optimization issues with TR.
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#7
Dave65
fancucker
Intels biding their time until the true zen response Ice lake and Cooper Lake (up to 38 and 48 cores) arrive. Then it's curbstomping time.

These look very nice for those who know how to appreciate the X299 platform and don't want OS optimization issues with TR.
You believe in Santa claus also?
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#8
DeOdView
165W TPD ...? I'm guessing that's the minimum, right?

some how, I have a hard time believing anything Intel says as of late!

Mostly just damages control.
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#9
Slizzo
DeOdView
165W TPD ...? I'm guessing that's the minimum, right?

some how, I have a hard time believing anything Intel says as of late!

Mostly just damages control.
Their TDPs are actually quite clear. Go look at a couple videos about TDP on GamersNexus YouTube channel.
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#10
ShurikN
Slizzo
Their TDPs are actually quite clear.
Yes it's clear. Until you turn on XMP and your MB automatically activates MCE. And then it isn't.
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#11
DeOdView
Slizzo
Their TDPs are actually quite clear. Go look at a couple vi

Suuree.... they are!
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#12
Vayra86
DeOdView
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My 77W TDP 3570K did 69-75W package with a mild OC at stock vcore and not using IGP. My 95W 8700K does about 85-90W package at stock and not using IGP. Seems about right?
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#13
thesmokingman
DeOdView
165W TPD ...? I'm guessing that's the minimum, right?

some how, I have a hard time believing anything Intel says as of late!

Mostly just damages control.
BYOPC, aka bring your own phase change!
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#14
EarthDog
ShurikN
Yes it's clear. Until you turn on XMP and your MB automatically activates MCE. And then it isn't.
MCE isnt stock. Makes sense. ;)

It also gives you the option to enable or disable it. ;)
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#15
Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
EarthDog
MCE isnt stock. Makes sense. ;)
Technically, neither is XMP.
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#16
EarthDog
Aquinus
Technically, neither is XMP.
Correct. It overclocks the memory controller.
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#17
InVasMani
Oh how I wish Intel would go back to making dual core and quad core chips only...:roll:thanks AMD!
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