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Old 13-01-20, 04:31 PM
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Intel's reportedly preparing a 22-core i9-10990XE processor to combat Threadripper

Adding 4 more cores to Cascade Lake-X's top model.



Read more about Intel's rumoured 22-core i9-10990XE processor.
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Old 13-01-20, 05:25 PM
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Incremental Intel.

Yes, this combats the 64 core nicely.
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If this is true and gets to market for say, 1300 or 1400 dollar, it would still be 2 cores short, run on 14nm+++++ and would have no value because the socket is prettymuch dead at this point.


This doesn't combat Threadripper, its just a cherry on top of the cake for AMD.
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If this is true and gets to market for say, 1300 or 1400 dollar, it would still be 2 cores short, run on 14nm+++++ and would have no value because the socket is prettymuch dead at this point.


This doesn't combat Threadripper, its just a cherry on top of the cake for AMD.
Never going to happen.
4 more cores from intel will likely set you back another £300+ at RRP over the 18 core model. With all the shortages recently you'll be lucky to see these anywhere for RRP
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Old 14-01-20, 04:17 AM
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If only I had use for more than 2-4 cores on more than just rare occasions
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If only I had use for more than 2-4 cores on more than just rare occasions
That's an interesting statement. Surely even windows would benefit from more? plus 6cores+ is becoming the norm now, so hopefully the software world will start to focus more on utilizing them.

I'm still on 4 cores too, but time I moved on i think,
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I'm still on 4 cores too, but time I moved on i think,
Horses for courses.

I changed the quad core in my laptop for a dual core quite a while back and so far haven't been compelled to change back to the quad core. Perhaps it's because computers are more a hobby for me than anything else. I still have a 6 core i7-6800k but unlucky in the silicon lottery with it and disappointed to the point I bought a used 14 core Xeon for about half the price of the i7-6800k. I didn't need a high core count but was interested to see how it worked and if it could be overclocked.

I don't have deep pockets so use old hardware and that's fine, it's not like I have any deadlines to reach. Of course it would be nice to try some new stuff but a little patience required. So far haven't played with anything newer than that i7-6800k.


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