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Old 10-12-16, 01:32 PM
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Intel's Skylake-X series CPUs are rumoured to release in Q3 2017

Intel's Skylake-X series CPUs are rumoured to release in Q3 2017 at Gamescom.



Read more on Intel's Skylake-X series CPUs.

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Old 10-12-16, 02:11 PM
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Old 10-12-16, 02:15 PM
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Old 10-12-16, 03:04 PM
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Cool cheers.

Although this in the article?... Or is it just me that is off here and don't understand?

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Intel's Skylake-X series of CPUs are expected to have up to 10 CPU cores and 44 PCIe lanes, giving this GPU plenty of CPU power and more PCIe lanes than its previous generation counterparts.
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Hmm might be time to buy a back up X99 board before they are discontinued and cost about ten million pounds.
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Hmm might be time to buy a back up X99 board before they are discontinued and cost about ten million pounds.
If it's worth that much later on I'd buy a couple and sell them for profit
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Old 11-12-16, 12:21 PM
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If it's worth that much later on I'd buy a couple and sell them for profit
Go see what X79 boards are making now. And X58 ones ! and actually Z77 ones.

In the past companies would continue to manufacture boards after the CPUs were EOL (775 for example) but now they just stop production completely.

Then they go cheap, then there are none left and some one discovers a Xeon for cheap and the market explodes, but there are no boards left.
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Go see what X79 boards are making now. And X58 ones ! and actually Z77 ones.

In the past companies would continue to manufacture boards after the CPUs were EOL (775 for example) but now they just stop production completely.

Then they go cheap, then there are none left and some one discovers a Xeon for cheap and the market explodes, but there are no boards left.
Oh well looks like i will have to get my X99 motherboard sooner rather than later cause i don't want to pay $800 for the motherboard that i want and i'm not going to get something that looks more crappy.
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Old 12-12-16, 10:14 AM
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What's up with those odd 13.75MB LL cache?

Is seems X299 has to deal with 3 types of PCIe lane layouts now instead of two, which could increase cost as well. Quad-core chips with 16 lanes (Kaby Lake-E), 6-core Skylake-E with 28 lanes and 8-/10-core Skylake-E with 44 lanes.
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