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Old 19-06-17, 02:48 PM
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Linustechtips had a i9 7900X-


When OC to 4.5Ghz and under load, the temp went up to 90C! I'm no expert, but it's clear that the lack of soldering has impacted the temps. I not going to get a CPU that runs at those temps.

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Old 19-06-17, 03:02 PM
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Haha not to worry, i slammed a 6800k in my rig, its running at 4ghz on 1.2v and doesnt even reach 70 degrees on a single tower noctua cooler whilst being silent in this current weather, like upgrading now would be shooting myself in the foot
That is impressive with the tropical temps we've been having!

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Linustechtips had a i9 7900X-

When OC to 4.5Ghz and under load, the temp went up to 90C! I'm no expert, but it's clear that the lack of soldering has impacted the temps. I not going to get a CPU that runs at those temps.
PCPER had the same clocks but at 83C @ 1.24v, so...? Depends on the voltage obviously (which Linus doesn't mention I think?)
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Old 19-06-17, 03:11 PM
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LTT has not been the best source of information for a long time really. They make good tech related entertainment though, but sadly they are not nearly as technical as i would hope.

Lack of soldering effects the temps without a doubt and the decision to substitute soldering for toothpaste was a disappointing one, but at least we can still delid. Intel could have done better though, no doubt about that.
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Old 19-06-17, 03:11 PM
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That is impressive with the tropical temps we've been having!



PCPER had the same clocks but at 83C @ 1.24v, so...? Depends on the voltage obviously (which Linus doesn't mention I think?)
Linus doesn't mention it at all, and seriously a 9 minute video?? his rant was longer haha!

Having said all that, i think this 8 core cpu isn't that great, it is double the price of a Ryzen 1700, yes it is faster but it also uses 75 more watt stock for stock and i just have a hard time swallowing that price difference, if it was MUCH MUCH faster then maybe it would be worth considering only if you are constantly rendering on the thing and want to save as much time as possible within a budget of say, 1000 dollars.
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Old 19-06-17, 03:11 PM
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Drop the bomb Tom!!!
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I saw this linked on another forum, which I didn't really think would be right but after looking at some stuff it's pretty much bang on.

https://forums.anandtech.com/threads...#post-34053183

Seems that if you de-lid the thermal paste doesn't make a huge difference it's actually down to the gap between the die and ihs.
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I'm definitely curious what this news bomb is regarding Coffee Lake.

The 7820K performs where I expect it to. It's a shame the temperatures are so high though.
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Tom, I have watched the video (twice actually):

Tablet vs paper: Tablet for sure

Rant: Completely understandable and I have great respect for your remaining so calm on camera despite it all. A disgusting move by Intel and I genuinely feel for you and other honest reviewers that got the finger.

For what it's worth; I am still interested in reading and watching any other processor you will review later on.

The processor: Nice performance, good review, wattage and temps insanely high.

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The from my homeland Guru3D said: Here in the EU Intel killed all marketing, press and PR activities. Hence the majority of media all over Europe is not receiving any information from Intel anymore, that’s the same samples wise. So the review you see today is courtesy of a board-partner as Intel does not seed these processor samples for review anymore - but apparently all media in the USA are seeded. We have no clue what is going on with Intel these days. The Intel supported reviews this week are based on a handful cherry-picked websites that are on a marketing-drip directly from Intel. The rest of the media will need to somehow borrow their samples from Intel partners.

It has been and still is a complete and utter mess with Intel, I can honestly say that as for this entire X299 / Core X series release Intel has not send any info or samples. Our hails through emails are not responded to, and the phone-numbers we dial of contacts are not answered. Here in the EU Intel has killed (with a few exceptions) marketing, press and PR activities. Hence 98% media all over Europe is not receiving any information from Intel anymore.
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Old 19-06-17, 05:04 PM
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There's no way I'm going to delid a CPU, especially ones that cost this much money. Might as well wait for the next generation of CPUs that are properly manufactured, which is probably next year or the year after. It might also send a message to intel, if sales goes down because of this.
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Old 19-06-17, 05:37 PM
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I am not a fan boy of any product. As long as it does what I want and it just works I am happy. Was looking forward to seeing the new intel processors and boards, but alas will be saving my money and waiting for thread ripper. 16 Cores and 32 Threads for a lot less money than intel and more PCI-E lanes. What is not to like. It is refreshing to see AMD back again. For me over the last few years intel have just rehashed the same old stuff simply because there was no competition from anyone else. I still have and use an i7 2600K from 2011 in one of my computers and it just does what I want it to do. Can not wait for your thread ripper reviews. If you are currently using a Socket 2011-3 Broadwell E cpu can not see any reason at the moment as to why you would want to upgrade. Wish intel would start to innovate and bring something new instead of just the same old same old!!! Really starting to think that this was a rushed release.
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