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Old 03-02-20, 10:47 AM
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5.1GHz i9-10900K processors spotted with 10 cores and 20 threads

Higher clocks and more cores on 14nm.



Read more about Intel's 5.1GHz i9-10900K processor.

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Old 03-02-20, 11:06 AM
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That's going to be HOT
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Old 03-02-20, 12:55 PM
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That's going to be HOT
I expect same temps but ZERO headroom for overclocking further than factory standards.
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Old 03-02-20, 01:01 PM
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Well, if the rated TDP is really up 30W then given how Intel use those figures, and the power draw of the 9900K, the power consumption/thermal output under full boost is probably going to be like 200W. Far from impossible to cool but you'll want something beefy, this is FX-9590 territory.
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Old 03-02-20, 02:08 PM
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Sweet, I was hoping to build my own kiln!
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Watched a video online about the 9900k in the Area 51m.

Holy balls they get hot. 100c in a matter of seconds.
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Probably still based on Skylake and quite likely lots of hidden vulnerabilities that will be found within a few weeks, Not forgetting to mention Intels highly questionable IME, No thanks.
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Probably still based on Skylake and quite likely lots of hidden vulnerabilities that will be found within a few weeks, Not forgetting to mention Intels highly questionable IME, No thanks.
I really want to move away from Intel due to comments like these. Had my eye on a 3900X but thought of it as more of a side-grade...
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I really want to move away from Intel due to comments like these. Had my eye on a 3900X but thought of it as more of a side-grade...

Thats my problem as well, as I only use the machine I am typing this on for gaming and there is no benefit for me swapping from a 7700K to either a 9900K, 3x00x or 3950x.


The games I mainly play barely use the cpu to 100% at 1440p other than Division 2 and Destiny 2, but Elite Dangerous only uses my cpu to 40% and the gpu to 60% to 80%, so for me it's just a side grade for a stupid cost.


When games start to struggle because of the cpu then I will think about an upgrade but I think, by the time that happens the cpu will probably be dead anyway.
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Old 03-02-20, 08:34 PM
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I went from a Intel 2500k to a ryzen 1700 huge boost but if your on something more modern you can get a few more years out of it yet.
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