- Jan 2, 2014
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|System Name||Coffeelake the Zen Destroyer|
|Motherboard||ASUS ROG MAXIMUS X FORMULA|
|Cooling||Cooled by EK|
|Memory||RGB DDR4 4133MHz CL17-17-17-37|
|Video Card(s)||GTX 780 Ti to future GTX 1180Ti|
|Storage||SAMSUNG 960 PRO 512GB|
|Display(s)||ASUS ROG SWIFT PG27VQ to ROG SWIFT PG35VQ|
|Case||Cooler Master HAF X Nvidia Edition|
|Power Supply||COOLER MASTER 1KW Gold|
|Software||MICROSOFT Redstone 4|
|Benchmark Scores||Cine Bench 15 single performance 222|
Intel had no competition since 2700K to 7700K.Someone hasn't listened to Intel's prior earnings call lol. They hinted 10nm will likely slip to 2020 before high performance cpu's are ready, and that does NOT include the much needed 40-core 10nm server chips they desperately need to fend off AMD's 64-core 7nm chips.
Good lord do you think they can just launch a 16-core 10nm chip out of the blue?! Why?!
Do you not remember the long ramp-up of Broadwell?
It's more likely than not they are being conservative. AMD is the one holding most of the cards at this point, and so they SHOULD be conservative. Companies tend to overestimate when they are not in a good position.
AMD brings Zen to the table Intel countered with Coffeelake. So AMD Bring Zen 2 on first gen 7nm. Intel is countering with Second gen 10nm+ “Q3 2019 so next September 2019 paper launch...
Till then we have 9900K and probably 2800X and Ryzen 3000 series (Q2 2019) next may.
Don't even expect good 7nm yields...
Look at 12nm yields with 2700X...
8 cores 4.3GHz 105 Watts
8 cores 5.0GHz 95 Watts
Do forget Intel superior IPC cores Coffeelake architecture provides.
I hope very much so AMD Zen 2 brings some good IPC improvements to the table, it only pushes Intel to build better CPUs... competition is healthy for all of us customers. Win wins