Now intel finally realizes what a stupid idea it is to rip 1/4 of the L3 cache out of non-HT models. It causes total disaster in product segmentation when 6-core and 8-core are introduced. It seems they run out of time to change it in this generation.
Seems like bullshit to me
"Mission-critical test", so you just (randomly) grab newest drivers from both side? You'd be fired if you do such bullshit on a corporate server.
The configuration of a production environment is strictly controlled in every corporation. Configurations must be intensely...
That is perhaps not the most brilliant theory I've ever heard. A much more likely explanation is that, Intel spied to know that AMD axed their X490, and in great relief, canceled their 14nm Z390, which had already been caught in a great production mess.
Well, another piece of evidence. Intel is definitely going to launch its HEDT LGA3647 platform.....
It is not something you will see every day when Intel go into such a hurry that they didn't have the time for socket-inventing or socket-transposing.
For your Information, Intel used to solder their HEDT chips before Skylake-X.
And just in the Skylake-X generation, they replaced the soldering with TIMs, along with a core bump from 10 to 18 simultaneously.
I thought "dishonest" refers to that Intel photoshoped their clockspeeds or cheated on their CB score.
It seems quite easy to dishonestify someone just by an improper demonstration.
They never said 5GHz is their base clock either. If someone can convict by what "people thought", well.......
I'm so eager for this release, for the Windows Subsystem for Linux bug fixes.
And I can't understand why you have to upgrade entire Windows or kick in Insider, just to upgrade WSL or Edge. This is stupid.
There are SEVERE INDISCREPENCIES in figure 2, in which it claims 2400G & 2200G to have 10MB cache. But in reality, those chips only have 6MB of cache.
If these were real AMD slides, then they should be charged as commercial FRAUD. I doubt the credibility of this leak, or someone in AMD is real nut.
No, Intel only guarantees a sustainable all-core 2.2GHz. And the highest possible sustainable all-core should be around like 3.8-3.9GHz. Your milage may vary anywhere between those values, depending on your system's cooling capability.