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Well intel's not having supply issues means that the 10900KF, 10900F, and 10850K are available for much much less than these turdbuckets. I think that their biggest competition will be themselves lol.
I agree, already saw some sweet deals on 10th gen

It looks like all the top CPU's perform pretty much the same in gaming at this point
 
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have a very big problem on how TPU, and not only, calculates perf/dolar

you're comparing CPUs with iGPUs on the same level as CPUs that do not have iGPUs
all the Intel K should be KF pricing as none of the Ryzen CPUs in that chart have iGPUs
 
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have a very big problem on how TPU, and not only, calculates perf/dolar

you're comparing CPUs with iGPUs on the same level as CPUs that do not have iGPUs
all the Intel K should be KF pricing as none of the Ryzen CPUs in that chart have iGPUs

+1.

If youre building a new system right now buying AMD is such a massive waste of money
 
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lmao. damn, intel's bulldozer...
I even can cook the fried egg on top of this CPU...
amazing. DOA
 
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420W of power at full load.so disappointed
As well as the 5800x comparison in performance. 10900K better. Again 5800x better. Moreover, it draws 420W of power and is not much better than 10900k in the game and 110C Max temp.
 
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What a disaster. Now even Alder Lake no longer looks interesting. RKL was rumored to be 19% faster than CML and then Alder Lake was supposed to be 30% faster than RKL, so around 1.5x CML, but now it seems like 1.15x CML is optimistic if even Intel itself says only 20% more single threaded performance over RKL...
 
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I don't understand why everyone acts surprised, we all pretty much knew this was gonna be garbage.
As a matter of fact I wouldn't be surprised if Intel dropped prices on these CPUs in 3 months.
 
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Intel is behaving like AMD has done from 2007 to 2018, surviving and nothing is going to change till their 7nm cpu.
very similar situation right now, don't forgot about the gpu attempt too from intel.
 
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lmao. damn, intel's bulldozer...
I even can cook the fried egg on top of this CPU...
amazing. DOA
Not even close; Bulldozer was both a gas guzzler and slow as molasses while 11900k is faster on average than any other 8 core chip (and previous gen 12 core ones too for that matter)
 
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can someone with money to burn test if this new Intel Frier works well for pancakes? looking for an upgrade, at 100ºC i know that water boils, but will it make my pancakes or i'll have to wait for the 11900X ?
For frying properly you need about ~200-240°C.
I think I'll pass on your pancakes this time. :p

Intel is behaving like AMD has done from 2007 to 2018, surviving and nothing is going to change till their 7nm cpu.
Except that Intel have a performant architecture on an inferior node, while AMD Bulldozer was just a bad design.

lmao. damn, intel's bulldozer...
I even can cook the fried egg on top of this CPU...
amazing. DOA
Frying an egg on 56°C? Good luck with that. Egg whites will stiffen, but it wouldn't fry.

These "DoA" CPUs will probably outsell Ryzen 5000 series, especially with very limited availability. And I'm sure that final AMD BIOS is going to come any day now…
 
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Wonder if they're actually gonna make a compelling product with Alder Lake, because whatever this generation is, it's the exact opposite of compelling. Just a desperate attempt at holding that gaming crown and bringing PCIe 4 to those still stuck on PCIe 3 feeling left out.
 
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OMG 110c, that's the temp we make juicy tender beef\pork at lmao, yeah i know it's not always at that temp but still.
 
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420W of power at full load.so disappointed
As well as the 5800x comparison in performance. 10900K better. Again 5800x better. Moreover, it draws 420W of power and is not much better than 10900k in the game and 110C Max temp.

There's no need to lie through your teeth.

The whole system power consumption in CineBench MT test is ~260W which is, while high, not something we haven't seen before. Take this, the FX-9590 at 350W:



Intel is behaving like AMD has done from 2007 to 2018, surviving and nothing is going to change till their 7nm cpu.

This is also lies. AMD didn't struggle with GloFo or nodes, they struggled with their architecture which turned out to be a complete fiasco.

Intel on the other hand has pretty successful new uArchs, Ice Lake and Tiger Lake, but they don't have the nodes to produce them.

Lastly, AMD has been fabless for over nine years now, so the companies are not even in the same league. I'm pretty sure Intel could have produced desktop Tiger Lakes on TSMC factories but Intel needs a ton of capacity while TSMC has been booked for years ahead.
 
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Why are you guys even bring up bulldozer in this RL review. Its competing against Zen 3.

Try to stay on topic lol.
 
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Remember the 10th gen launch also had bios and stability issues that were patched out within a month.
 
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There's no need to lie through your teeth.

The whole system power consumption in CineBench MT test is ~260W which is, while high, not something we haven't seen before. Take this, the FX-9590 at 350W:





This is also lies. AMD didn't struggle with GloFo or nodes, they struggled with their architecture which turned out to be a complete fiasco.

Intel on the other hand has pretty successful new uArchs, Ice Lake and Tiger Lake, but they don't have the nodes to produce them.

Lastly, AMD has been fabless for over nine years now, so the companies are not even in the same league. I'm pretty sure Intel could have produced desktop Tiger Lakes on TSMC factories but Intel needs a ton of capacity while TSMC has been booked for years ahead.
Even the 5800X is higher in stock performance and consumes less power. Even remotely, it has nothing to do with the 5900x. Waste of sand, as Gamernexus said. Empty investment even for 9900k users. Despite using Intel, I was disappointed. Paying a lot of money and not exceeding 5800x in stock speed. Empty investment.
 
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These "DoA" CPUs will probably outsell Ryzen 5000 series, especially with very limited availability. And I'm sure that final AMD BIOS is going to come any day now…



Yeah I'm pretty sure people want to own this CPU so badly that they're willing to pay more until it runs out of stock :p
 
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Yeah I'm pretty sure people want to own this CPU so badly that they're willing to pay more until it runs out of stock :p
Same story here. These CPUs are ridiculously priced, but mostly out of stock. Price of the flagship was already ridiculous to begin with.
 
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If this thing will actually hit 110C while under full load across all cores, then there are some AIO coolers out there that use just extremely pure water that now run the risk of boiling and bursting a tube. This is absurd.
 
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Yeah I'm pretty sure people want to own this CPU so badly that they're willing to pay more until it runs out of stock :p

Only the 11900K is sold out from Newegg (shipped/sold by newegg) right now. Their prices on the other skus are not inflated. They even have an 11500 listed for $217.

My local MicroCenter is getting close to sold out on several RKL SKUs now though.

Disconcertingly they're also getting low on some the good deal Comet Lake SKUs. I might have to pull the trigger today on one or the other.
 
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