Discussion in 'Intel x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by Azzan, Dec 30, 2019.
Ummmmm, think I was seeing low 40’s testing the other night.
Ops sorry, i was talking about ATX boads
It totally depends on board default configuration, if you looking at memory latency alone I am pretty sure Asrock boards will beat the crap out of all other 3 vendors if you use the same kit and enable XMP without any tuning The main benefit getting MSI these days is the memory support it is the only vendor I have seen that continues to update memory QVL while all most other vendors do not do that so basically you can shove any memory kits even knock off ones and they will most likely work.
I didn't know it about Asrock low latency tbh.
If someone uses one of those z490s with an I9 can then.. post your benchmarks
I’ll probably be looking at the Asrock ITX in a week or so
mate thanks for sharing you thoughts once you're done with it
Quite a big discount on the OEM 10900k here:
~$845 AUD, not sure its worth losing the extra 2 year warranty though...
Anyone know when the KF models are available in Aus?
I was thinking about trying the Taichi just for something different .
Hey spit. Did you get the godlike? What are your plans for it
Probably sell it
Aw what! Why did you buy it!? I was hoping to see some cool overclocks on it
Another 10700k under the cold stuff this weekend, this one a bit stronger. Another 200mhz would be nice I think I'll wait for 10900k's to come in local stock now
Again the $400 elite board did a killer job. 4800mhz+ C14 no problem when you have an imc that will take it.
The gigabyte board is doing pretty good
I got 2 from them.....less than a week delivery.
Are you using that memory kit? I can't see it properly
Yep that's the 3800 trident kit
Just to let you guys know;
i9 10900k is back in stock at CPL online: https://cplonline.com.au/cpu/intel-1200-10th-gen-processors/intel-bx8070110900k-cpu.html
Like the computer case for the 10900k
Easier to swap cards and CPU's so who cares what it looks like.
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