10th gen Intel Desktop Comet Lake CPU(i9 10900K, i7 10700K, i5 10600K, i3 10320 & Z490)

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  1. mrbean_phillip

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    Cheers Shane, I will dig around then, hopefully I get lucky somewhere, hopefully from some ex-Intel fanboy migrating over to the dark side :lol:
     
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    Oh ffs, stop being a tease :lol:

    Jeebus, that’s a strong chip, almost could swear it’s a cherry-picked golden sample. Bloody lucky, but then again. you went through a few, hey....hang on to it, seems to be a bloody special one. Thinking of nuking it with LN2?

    PS: That guy in 2nd isn’t doing to badly with the i9 7900x either. That’s what I currently have in an Omega board on my sim-rig, but the best I can tweak out of it is a stable 4,700mhz, but that at a low 1.175Vcore. But then I’ve got to push her all the way to 1.35Vcore for stable 4,800mhz, but the heat-dump becomes a challenge for stability in iRacing. So well past the tipping-point there, which is disappointing, considering the low vcore at 4,700.

    So 4,700 it is, but then she’s cool as well, and still a beast. But damn, yours at 5,400 is bloody impressive. What vcore there though?
     
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  4. shane41

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    The unicorn is 54x 1.34Vcore in most benches LLC5. All work for me atm, not much time playing on that one. Done 4 scores I think :confused: Preliminary
    It's a freak. Like the best you see overclockers with in Europe.

    How good is my Apex 12 :confused: Yeah that processor went up +1 on SP rating.
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    This is the goldy ... still a beast. R20 is doing heavier AVX and most will struggle on a 53x run. Benches just about everything 55x 1.41v
    https://hwbot.org/submission/4551414_avalanche_cinebench___r20_core_i9_10900k_7154_marks
    https://hwbot.org/submission/4561307_avalanche_cinebench___r15_core_i9_10900k_3070_cb
     
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    will the 11k series have 10/7/5nm?
     
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    11th gen 10nm superfin process.
    12th gen i heard is a hybrid of big / little cores...dont know much about it.
     
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    Desktop 11th Gen is Rockktlake , 14nm. only mobile gets Tigerlake

    12th Gen is Alder Lake, which yes is 8x Goldmont high perf cores + 8 Gracemont low power cores
     
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    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    Do we know yet whether the current Asus Z490 lineup supports PCI-E 4.0? I hear conflicting reports. Manufacturer says yes but some places are saying the board (apart from the top two motherboards in the Asus range) infrastructure just simply doesn't support it.
     
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  10. Onyx

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    I just saw a review on YT for the base model Z490-P Prime, the reviewer stating it’s a 6 layer PCB to support the higher speeds needed for pcie 4.0, compared with z390 base model.

    Interestingly Gigabyte have the whole top m.2 slot currently disabled or highly recommended not to be used to the point they have a sticker over the connector stating it’s reserved for future 11th gen CPU use. So think the board manufacturers are all planning for the future with pcie 4.0 in mind.
     
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    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    Asus aren't advertising them as pci-e 4.0 though.
     
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    Probabably just a case of delayed differentiation. They plan to re-use the same PCB for boards that support PCIe 4.0
     
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    lucky the gaming performance increase from 9700k to 10700k was -1% and so i didnt upgrade, or id be pretty butthurt right now.
     
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    Surprisingly AMD fanboys haven't attacked this intel 10th gen discussion yet :shock::Pirate:
     
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    AMD zen3 are awesome, but its not like it makes intel CPU's bad for gaming.

    They have always been behind in multi thread, but now AMD have caught up in gaming.

    2nd hand intel gen10 still very good, just wouldnt buy them new now vs AMD.

    feels like was bound to happen since they have stayed on 14nm++++++ times infnity.

    As an avid consumer i wait to see what intel do next, but only 8 core CPU as top teir, yeah nah,

    maybe wait for S1700, when they make you change motherboard AGAIN.
     
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    Hoping Rocket Lake brings a exciting cpu to drop into z490.

    Zen3 does look pretty awesome but not worth upgrade if already on 10900k and just gaming which is me. If I did need whole new upgrade now agreed I'd try Zen3.

    Cant wait till 3xxx and big navi gpus are all easy/available to buy. I'm really itching to get something new to try (my 2080 plays everything I want but you know how it goes....always want more lol). Hoping there will be 3080TI soon as think I will still stick to team green for Gsync.
     
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    I was Amd fanatic long before I switched to Intel at Ivybridge days.

    Who needs attacking first :weirdo: Arrgh die Intel hot caca
     
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  18. nCrypt

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    S939 x2 4400+ --- was my DDR1 beast!

    Then went to X2 6000+ Athlon and then X2 6400+ Black Edition.

    they were the last AMD cpu's i used until my current 3700X (soon to be 5900x)

    Otherwise has been intel for well over a decade. But i wonder if it will be over a decade before i go back to intel. No real reason too now. well not yet
     
  19. MR CHILLED

    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    I was AMD all the way for 10-15 years at least before I went over to Intel. There isn't much between them unless you are ocing anyways. AMD for me always represented great bang for buck without shelving out bigger bucks for slightly better performance with Intel. I swapped to Intel a few years back and have stuck with that platform for convenience really. I have no hesitation whatsoever swapping between the two depending.
     
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    It IS rather quiet in here isn't it?

    Anywho... back to where the action is....
     

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