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Old 26-04-17, 11:11 AM
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Intel's X299 platform is rumoured to release on June 26th

Intel's X299 platform is now rumoured to be releasing on June 26th, with a product launch on May 30th.



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Old 26-04-17, 12:06 PM
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Hi, do we know...

... what CPU socket these x299 boards are on.

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Old 26-04-17, 12:17 PM
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... what CPU socket these x299 boards are on.

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It is rumoured to be LGA2066, but we have no official confirmation. New socket design.
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Old 26-04-17, 05:20 PM
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Can't tell what the point if KL X CPUs are for with only 4 cores. A bigger premium on 4 cores? No thanks.
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Can't tell what the point if KL X CPUs are for with only 4 cores. A bigger premium on 4 cores? No thanks.
1 core per channel of RAM.
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1 core per channel of RAM.
It's still dual channel
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It's still dual channel
DOH! I don't get this whole dual CPU support thing either. Unless Intel is taking a tip from AMD and trying to build a platform that will last 4 years. Too little too late if you ask me. I'll be happy with Ryzen once they work the kinks out. This X299 isn't tempting me one little bit.
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DOH! I don't get this whole dual CPU support thing either. Unless Intel is taking a tip from AMD and trying to build a platform that will last 4 years. Too little too late if you ask me. I'll be happy with Ryzen once they work the kinks out. This X299 isn't tempting me one little bit.
I think Ryzen 2 will be a bigger kick in the nuts to Intel if they screw X299 up. Which seems they are to me from what I can see
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I doubt Intel will screw up that bad. They'll be stable as always, unlike Ryzen at the moment. AMD (and mobo makers) *really* need to work out the memory kinks on Ryzen long before Ryzen 2.
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Ryzen memory is fine now. The issue is just clocking above 3200mhz along with quad channel speeds being pretty low. But for most people it is fine. It'll be kinked out long before Ryzen 2. They probably have 18months before Ryzen 2 comes around.

Intel paying a premium for a 4 core on the "X" platform sounds like a screw up to me. Unless it clocks to 6ghz there isn't a reason for it.
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