Z390chipset, i9 9900k i79700k and i5

Discussion in 'Intel x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by kot0005, Jun 28, 2018.

  1. self_slaughter

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    hah, I feel ya. watercooled 8086k + 1080ti and driving a 1989 datsun.
    Priorities. :D
     
  2. Bullants

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    This is nice, should be great OC board at cheaper price then say the apex
     
  3. AbRASiON

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    Who knows what magic trickery intel did, to claim this is a 2 core at 5Ghz CPU, with a total of 8 cores and an iGPU, yet still 95w like the last premium models.
    We'll see how it works out in the end, I'd love to know what was done if anything. That heat has to go somewhere and this isn't 14nm+++++ or 10nm
    (shrug emoji goes here)

    Also, I caved in and started looking for an 8700 on the cheap (since I've seen them quite cheap used lately) - I'd love a 9900k but man it's very expensive!
     
  4. macktheknife

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    Order got updated. Clearly this is a sign from the gaming gods that I'm on the right path.
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    Same as usual with the early adoptor fee. US vs AU dollar is not helping either
    So if you want it earliest as possible, that's importing it & GST + shipping on top. Thanks a million Harvey.

    If they are soldering, that's only to help with thermal run aways. Segmenting > further segmenting to follow.
    Last ditch effort to halt landside sales to AMD. Then I'm wondering if they have bigger x299 Kabylakes in reserve.
    :Pirate: Releasing a few 4 core models ... yeah right slide of hand magicians :rolleyes:
     
  9. macktheknife

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    Intel's official launch/reveal is 1am tuesday morning.
     
  10. AbRASiON

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    I keep talking myself in and out of buying one anyhow. I could buy an 8700, hz370, right now, ready to go for almost half the price and get 80% of the speed. (if i can find any used 8700s, they dried up again!)

    Back on topic, the heat coming off the 9900k must be crazy, maybe it'll be one of the most throttling CPUs out there.
     
  11. shane41

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    Think soldered vs delid liquid metal will be very similar.

    Lucky for me Headin let go a top bin 8086K ... magic on temps & have had super hot 7600K 7700K & insane hot 8700K
    Think the temps on 9900K would be that of a regular 8700K non delid, very close. BUT you would need custom watercooling for that being similar.

    Junk cooling, basic air coolers then the 9900K heat will be more problem.
     
  12. macktheknife

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    Looks like $500 USD is release price going by Amazon. Which is $705 AUD.
     
  13. OJR

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    Let’s hope so...
     
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  14. Mathuisella

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    why do you want windows 10 ?
     
  15. macktheknife

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    I don't think Win 7 will be supported on the 9th Gen chips.

    I'm probably going to use the new long term service branch, pending confirmation that 9th Gen is supported on the new build that came out a few days ago.
     
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    Wow! $488US is pretty decent for the i9.

    As usual, Gigashat with the god awful BIOS:



    And Asus with a pure work of art:

     
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  20. adamsleath

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    yup for 650-700 aud it's a fair price imo. just have to source it. but adding gst brings it to 720ish...if you buy it o/s dont know i havent bought anything from o.s. since the june rules change...

    https://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-9th-generation-coffee-lake-refresh,37898.html

    good thing about cpu's they last friggen years.
     
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