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|Motherboard||Asus Maximus Hero X WiFi|
|Cooling||Deepcool 360 AIO, ID Cooling Frostflow 240|
|Memory||32GB G.Skill 3200Mhz CL14|
|Video Card(s)||Zotac RTX 3070|
|Case||Lian Li PC 011 Dynamic|
|Audio Device(s)||Yamaha AG03, Beyerdynamic DT990 Pro, ModMic|
|Power Supply||Corsair H1000i|
|Mouse||PCMR Model O|
|Software||Windows 10 Enterprise|
Well, that's just with the new Core i7. It's too new to have more than one chipset. Not to mention that it does not, in any way, need anything more than X58, because X58 has everything. More revisions do not equal a better product.
If you want to compare Core 2, then you got 680i, 650i, 630i, P33, P35, P45, X38, X48, etc.
The only difference is that AMD is trying to sneak in backwards compatibility to win over consumers, at loss of performance.
Lets not forget P31, G31, G35, P41, P43.... There are plenty of Intel options that directly compete with AMD and do it in the same price bracket.