Z390chipset, i9 9900k i79700k and i5

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

  1. OJR

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    And you just look like a numpty persisting.
     
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    The other argument is, its better than doing nothing and you never know you might get lucky and get the right person that might make a difference.
     
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    no .... no you wont

    if anything you would have better luck contacting distributors here not intels customer support.
     
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    Is there anyone else who ordered 9700K from your local retailers? No update on the ETA of 9700K from PLE so far and I am quite worried :(
     
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    PLE told me the ETA for my 9900K would be on the 29th, which I really doubt to be accurate, so I would at least suggest that your 9700K will be equally delayed as my 9900K
     
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    I contacted Intel the first time and since then they have been keeping me in the loop and wanting updates
     
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    Not a huge enough performance jump over the 8700k to justify the cost.
     
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    Not at all considering the price right now but for me a soldered CPU is better than 8700K/8086K with toothpaste as I do not need to void my warranty to get better thermal.
     
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    Lol. So those temps from gigabyte are right...90c with custom loop and only 100mhz increase with insane 1.375v on HW unboxed sample. This processor is a fail already. You guys reckon the temps with warp petg tubing ?

    I hope they un stim next gen. Intel def used stim to get stock perf to 5ghz.
     
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    Thermal perf is worse tho because it consumes around 300w for 5.1ghz
     
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    I just watched some reviews on the 9900K, I am so glad I did not order a 9900K the thermal is so disappointing.
     
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    WTF at the temps...

    Sigh.
     
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    As always, interesting stuff from Der8auer regarding 9900k thermals.

     
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    how is it a fail it smashes the failzen competition
     
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    https://www.hardocp.com/article/2018/10/19/intel_core_i99900k_9th_generation_cpu_review/6

    Disappointed with the temps/overclocks, seems like no chance of a 5ghz all core matched with a D15 when its hitting 80s @ stock. Time to wait until 7nm/10nm CPUs arrive for an upgrade :(

    https://www.techspot.com/review/1730-intel-core-i9-9900k-core-i7-9700k/page3.html
     
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    No it doesnt. 0 Perf gain at 4k which is what I game at. 5-10% at 1440p. I doubt anyone buying 9900k is still gaming on 1080p..

    and those 100c temps..now delidding is even harder.
     
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    pretty sure intel applied STIM to get every ounce of stock performance.

    Those temps are no go for my loop. My 8700k would hit 84c in games like SWBF/ACBF. Deliedded it never goes above 64c with 500rpm fans.
     
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