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Old 30-05-17, 09:38 AM
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Intel officially announce their new Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X series processors

Intel has officially announced their new Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X series processors, including the pricing of their new i9 series models.


Read more on Intel's new Skylake-X Series CPUs.

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Old 30-05-17, 09:55 AM
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So £100 more for the 7820X than the Ryzen 1800X. Not priced too badly for Intel tbh.
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Old 30-05-17, 10:08 AM
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So £100 more for the 7820X than the Ryzen 1800X. Not priced too badly for Intel tbh.
Especially considering the higher boost clocks.
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Old 30-05-17, 11:47 AM
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Yeah... That is a Linear aproach, however nobody buys the 1800X when they have the 1700... So... That said you can compare a ryzen priced at 330$ with a intel priced at 599$ and don't forget:
- The prices shown are for America, so expect a nice bump for Europe;
- Prices on x299 and x399 motherboards will certanly be trough the roof...
- And you need 4 ddr4 dims to take advantage of everything...

It's nice to everyone to have this kind of competition.
But, at this time, I'm just afraid on the overall price of the plataform.

For example.
I have a R7 1700 (345€) @ 4.0ghz, with a Msi gaming plus (99€) and 16gb Gskill ripjaws ddr4 3200mhz cl 16 (143€).

I reallyyyy doubt Intels 8/16 or 6/12cores will be near that overall price...
And ppl like me that already have nice ddr4, they "will" have to buy more sticks of the same memory for quad channel...

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Old 30-05-17, 11:55 AM
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So £100 more for the 7820X than the Ryzen 1800X. Not priced too badly for Intel tbh.
But double the price of the 1700, which is every bit as good as the 1800x. They still want more money for a hex core than AMD want for an 8 core.

The prices only look good because of what Intel were charging before. But if I said "Here, this loaf of bread for £10" then a week later changed it to £5 that does not make it a cheap loaf of bread. It just shows I was taking the p155 before and thus am still taking the p155.

I gotta say I am also rather gutted that Intel held back for so long. Keeping us on quad core CPUs and drip feeding us 5%. It's just nuts.

Add to that the fact that these CPUs are not soldered? man alive they are going to have heat issues. It's bad enough on a 4c 8t, imagine how a 18 core CPU will be if it isn't soldered? I hope to god it is or it will just be throttle heaven.
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Old 30-05-17, 12:07 PM
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Decent prices (remember I said it'll be fairly priced for Intel-land ). The 7820X I am eyeing is $599 = 536 Euro = 640 Euro more likely. When will Tom gets his hands on them? I am eager to see if they (retail) indeed are not soldered...that would be bad...and controversial... Is that something they can change at will during production?
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TBH I couldn't give a RATS what Intel release they've raped us for long enough so AMD all the way as far as I'm concerned
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Add to that the fact that these CPUs are not soldered? man alive they are going to have heat issues. It's bad enough on a 4c 8t, imagine how a 18 core CPU will be if it isn't soldered? I hope to god it is or it will just be throttle heaven.
What do you mean exactly?...

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TBH I couldn't give a RATS what Intel release they've raped us for long enough so AMD all the way as far as I'm concerned
Yet you still run Intel ...
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Old 30-05-17, 12:51 PM
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Yet you still run Intel ...
That's because when I bought AMD didn't have anything worth me purchasing at the time and if I had the money to do it I'd change to AMD tomorrow
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The only thing that matters is price/performance. Last generation of intel CPUs was stupendously overpriced. Now they have AMD to be compared with them. I don't mind paying 50% more, or double the price if i get equal performance gain.
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