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

Discussion in 'Intel x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by Azzan, Dec 30, 2019.

  1. spit051261

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    I thought about pre ordering but then I thought it may be better to wait and see .
    I don't trust the likes of Intel with their chip or MOBO makers.
    I'll wait and see what they can actually do first .
    Promises , promises ;)
     
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    Wise wise. Few more days and we'll know it.
     
  3. DarkSnipa

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    Just wait for reviews, no need to preorder a 10th Gen when Intel and its mobo makers are hinting you this platform will only live for 6 months not to mention they are not enough CPUs in stock at launch.

    The only things I am interested are the ITX motherboards and the retail box of the 10900K...
     
  4. spit051261

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    I'll sell you mine if I buy one :Pirate:
     
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    Yeah but id be pissed if decent gaming sesh hits 85c+ on a 240mm AIO/good air cooler.
     
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    900 for the new maximus so...1k is not that far
     
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    I actually like the look of the apex which is a bit
    Cheaper and only 2 RAM slots so should be good for OC
    Also has 2 x CPU feeds .
     
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    That's the one I've got. Maximum xii Apex. 849
     
  11. spit051261

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    Got or ordered ;)
     
  12. Bullants

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    yeah thought I heard $1200-$1300 but we see
     
  13. Zarok77

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    Ordered ;)

    It would be sitting around 700/750 usd warranted :thumbup:
     
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    May be it I'll Interfering if use a thick rad yes.

    Good to see all those xoc boars start to come out with more of gaming feature, wifi, Bluetooth rgb ecc.
    like that.
     
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    True it is nice such boards include more useful feature now but It is also sad we do not see XOC boards from Asrock and Gigabyte now and we are kinda stuck with the overpriced Apex (M12A VRM is barely upgraded vs M11A and competing boards mostly have 16x90A VRM config). :(
     
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    Wait for Gigabyte guys. Maybe not a fully focused XOC product coming but the boards are looking very promising.
     
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    Indeed Gigabyte QVL looks promising this time around, their Z490I Aorus Ultra and the MSI Z490I Unify might be the great budget boards for memory OC this time around :D Hopefully Gigabyte fixed their BIOS layout their BIOS is like a maze to me TBH.

    The best part is they are all cheaper and seem better equipped than Asus counterparts.
     
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    Only reason I've stuck with asus is the bios .
    As soon as gigabyte sort out their bios, I'll think about swapping .
     
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    Once a top Overclocker here in the forum, told me, it doesn't matter abou VRM :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:, agree with him after was stuck with z390 aorus master for a while, best vrm and good for nothing else:thumbdn:
     
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