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Old 11-01-21, 10:15 PM
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Intel claims gaming leadership with their 11th Gen i9-11900K

This is Intel's first major core overhaul in five years.



Read more about Intel reclaiming performance leadership with their i9-11900K processor.

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I hope they still realise the elephant in the room which is productivity and price accordingly. I reckon with the manufacturing process there's a decent potential for undercutting.
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Faster memory.. 3200Mhz?
That seems pretty low compared to Ryzen 3000, series supporting 3600Mhz and higher.
Don't previous gen Intel support even this?
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Old 12-01-21, 07:23 AM
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I hope they still realise the elephant in the room which is productivity and price accordingly. I reckon with the manufacturing process there's a decent potential for undercutting.
They wont undercut much if at all, thanks to AMD sudden greed, you can bet these will be around the same price as 5900x 5950x etc. But i dont care about 1080p. I want to see 1440p and higher.
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Old 12-01-21, 07:59 AM
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Differences at 1440p and higher will be just negligible. Only way Intel is going to pull ahead meaningfully is possible overclock headroom, cooling system permitting.
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Faster memory.. 3200Mhz?
That seems pretty low compared to Ryzen 3000, series supporting 3600Mhz and higher.
Don't previous gen Intel support even this?
Ryzen only supports 3200MHz officially. Higher speeds are technically overclocked.

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I wonder will AMD retort with anything this year other than Zen 4, which, unless forced to, will probably not be released until 2022.
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I expect AMD's retort will be bringing mainstream Zen3 parts prices back down to Earth. Seems like they've been selling out quickly enough at their current prices so far so I can see why they're up there atm
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Old 12-01-21, 06:32 PM
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I expect AMD's retort will be bringing mainstream Zen3 parts prices back down to Earth. Seems like they've been selling out quickly enough at their current prices so far so I can see why they're up there atm
I hope they have worse bins stashed for a non-X launch.
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I hope they have worse bins stashed for a non-X launch.
I've heard the non-X variants will only come to OEMs. That's very much a rumour, but it makes sense. AMD seem to want the performance crown, not necessarily the best value, and the non-X variants would somewhat mire that. Dunno. I think I'd rather a price drop of the current range. The 5600X is already not clocking THAT high; I wouldn't want it to drop any more.
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