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Intel Officially Launches 9th Generation Processors Including the 8-Core / 16-Thread Core i9-9900K

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2017 - Best Gaming CPU + Best Gaming GPU = 1050$~

2018 - Best Gaming CPU + Best Gaming GPU = 1800$

Nice.
 
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This news must be so embarrassing for AMD fans boys Intel having 8 cores 95w on old 14nm using 9 years old architecture. Then blows away brand new 2700X 12nm Zen+ architecture.

Back to the Developers I mean drawing board for new architecture Zen 2 next may 2019.

Then Icelake is coming lol
except for price... i think u can buy a threadripper 16/32 for almost the same price, that is bonkers
 
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2017 - Best Gaming CPU + Best Gaming GPU = 1050$~

2018 - Best Gaming CPU + Best Gaming GPU = 1800$

Nice.
Probably a bit more than that if you think some of the 2080 Ti's are hitting $1500 or more on their own....
 
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This news must be so embarrassing for AMD fans boys Intel having 8 cores 95w on old 14nm using 9 years old architecture. Then blows away brand new 2700X 12nm Zen+ architecture.

Back to the Developers I mean drawing board for new architecture Zen 2 next may 2019.

Then Icelake is coming lol
Wow, you live in an alternate universe from the SANE world I see.
 
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Move over 8700k. A new emperor is crowned. We are excited about the world’s first gaming 8 core CPU.

This news must be so embarrassing for AMD fans boys Intel having 8 cores 95w on old 14nm using 9 years old architecture. Then blows away brand new 2700X 12nm Zen+ architecture.

Back to the Developers I mean drawing board for new architecture Zen 2 next may 2019.

Then Icelake is coming lol
I’ll give AMD a few years of relevancy until we’re back to the same scenario of Sandy Bridge vs Bulldozer when Intel unleashes the Ocean Cove beast to the entire world. Until then, Zen 3 might finally reach the tired and old 7700k.
 
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2017 - Best Gaming CPU + Best Gaming GPU = 1050$~

2018 - Best Gaming CPU + Best Gaming GPU = 1800$

Nice.
Glorious Capitalism Master Race, because money.
At the very least anyone could compete against Nvidia in graphics. There is nothing that can be done against Intel except wait for what AMD can do.

And VIA.
 
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why is newegg adding $100 to the top?

I would jump for a 9900k at list price but neweggs price is a joke!

9700K at list price is closer to my budget

and the 9600k just doesn't seem worth they coin when you can get an 8700K that has HT
 
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When 8700k costs 489 Euros, what do you expect 9700k to cost?

PS
And had there been any benchmarks of those, as I have missed them, if yes.



No shit Watson:

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I love Oregon all of a sudden. Cause they close and have CPU.
 
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why is newegg adding $100 to the top?

I would jump for a 9900k at list price but neweggs price is a joke!

9700K at list price is closer to my budget

and the 9600k just doesn't seem worth they coin when you can get an 8700K that has HT
Can you get that though? And is 8/8 gonna win against 6/12?

Not a coincidence ofc that they chose this generation to solder the tims again and created an artificial shortage before this release with massive price raises, to camouflage the embarrassing price/performance matchups against their own lineup from last year with the same architecture..

We also only get K's because the STIM angle doesn't work with the other i7 generation price mismatch.


Without this trickery, 8700k would still be king for those not willing to fork over 550$ on a cpu.
 
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I love Oregon all of a sudden. Cause they close and have CPU.
Oregon just reminds me of methheads instead of it's beautiful nature, these days. :p
 
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Can you get that though? And is 8/8 gonna win against 6/12?

Not a coincidence ofc that they chose this generation to solder the tims again and created an artificial shortage before this release with massive price raises, to camouflage the embarrassing price/performance matchups against their own lineup from last year with the same architecture..

We also only get K's because the STIM angle doesn't work with the other i7 generation price mismatch.


Without this trickery, 8700k would still be king for those not willing to fork over 550$ on a cpu.
I was wondering that myself why are vendors adding such premium to already expensive product. 9600K is the exact same copy of 8600K except 100Mhz improved base and 300Mhz to turbo clock. On the other end 2700X can be had for $275 and even better when purchased in combo deal.
 
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I was wondering that myself why are vendors adding such premium to already expensive product. 9600K is the exact same copy of 8600K except 100Mhz improved base and 300Mhz to turbo clock. On the other end 2700X can be had for $275 and even better when purchased in combo deal.
I assume they're only getting a trickle of chips. 8 core is killing yields and wafers. Low inventory means jack the price and let fools pay it. Although, with the prices they maybe forced to sell at msrp just to move em at all.
 
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This news must be so embarrassing for AMD fans boys Intel having 8 cores 95w on old 14nm using 9 years old architecture. Then blows away brand new 2700X 12nm Zen+ architecture.
Good troll. I mean, real good. I've never tried to troll in this way before.
 
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9900k is £600 in UK at OcUK.

2700X is £300.

I know Intel is better but it's not that much better.
I don't know how you measure "better", but it doesn't really matter whether it is "that much" better or not. It just needs to be significant and visible in typical use scenarios. And in this case it should be.
If someone wants the fastest consumer CPU, he'll get the Intel. That's the whole point of making this release - to have a CPU on top, because there's a particular type of client that will want just that. It's not a major release for Intel - more like an 8.5Gen.

Also, 9900K still has an IGP which, combined with 8C/18T and high clocks, makes it what... 2.5x faster than best AMD APU?
While this might not be that important for an enthusiast CPU (mostly going to be used with a GPU card), it'll become huge in a non-K variant.
 
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as always .. new core new board

is it Z390 will support for i7 87K and below ?
Oh like Zen+ had new boards? Sigh.

Like new boards with better features is a bad thing.

8th gen CPU works on Z390 boards. 9th gen CPU's works in Z370 boards after BIOS update...
 
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Beat me to it! and yes whatever "results" that are out now are misleading and fake or paid by intel to make them look better then what they actually are, but again intel has always done this, P4 days anyone?
 
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Beat me to it! and yes whatever "results" that are out now are misleading and fake or paid by intel to make them look better then what they actually are, but again intel has always done this, P4 days anyone?
And AMD or Nvidia haven't? And what about your favourite brand of washing powder?
Sometimes I do feel like some people on this forum are totally detached from reality. This is an Intel advertisement. It's no different from advertisements made by any other company. It's not fake (that's illegal), but it's usually based on a best case scenario.

Remind me, just how well Cinebench multi-thread reflects typical software run on consumer PCs? :)
 
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And AMD or Nvidia haven't? And what about your favourite brand of washing powder?
Sometimes I do feel like some people on this forum are totally detached from reality. This is an Intel advertisement. It's no different from advertisements made by any other company. It's not fake (that's illegal), but it's usually based on a best case scenario.

Remind me, just how well Cinebench multi-thread reflects typical software run on consumer PCs? :)
That's a bad analogy. Cinebench isn't made for that.
 
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And AMD or Nvidia haven't? And what about your favourite brand of washing powder?
Sometimes I do feel like some people on this forum are totally detached from reality. This is an Intel advertisement. It's no different from advertisements made by any other company. It's not fake (that's illegal), but it's usually based on a best case scenario.

Remind me, just how well Cinebench multi-thread reflects typical software run on consumer PCs? :)
You are right....everybody doing this BS in todays world....the problem is if you cross that imaginary boundary that is still somehow "tasteful"for the consumers.....then beware cause you can make more harm then good to your own company..........
 
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