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Old 27-11-17, 09:45 AM
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Intel's 9th Generation i7 9700K is rumoured to have 8 cores and 16 threads

i3 and I5 series CPUs are also expected to receive a core/thread upgrade.



Read more on Intel's rumoured 9th generation of CPUs.

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Old 27-11-17, 10:26 AM
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Intel are a pack of ASSHATS they've screwed over everyone who bought the 7700k and the 8700k by doing this, they don't deserve the loyalty they have from people. Yet they will be lapped up like cream and they will continue bite the hand that feeds them, so silly.
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Old 27-11-17, 10:38 AM
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lmfao, mao, mao.

More confusion from Team Blue, and another kick in the face for owners.

As for the owners? deserve everything they get.
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Old 27-11-17, 11:24 AM
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Intel are a pack of ASSHATS they've screwed over everyone who bought the 7700k and the 8700k by doing this, they don't deserve the loyalty they have from people. Yet they will be lapped up like cream and they will continue bite the hand that feeds them, so silly.
This, so much this. AMD really have shaken them up by pushing for higher core counts. Although I can guarantee if it is an 8C CPU, it will be at least £500 because this is Intel we're talking about
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Old 27-11-17, 11:36 AM
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This would be good for me. I would upgrade from my 5820k into a ITX build that I want.
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Old 27-11-17, 11:39 AM
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This would be good for me. I would upgrade from my 5820k into a ITX build that I want.
You could now with Ryzen and the asus ITX board for it though, and have a proper upgrade path because your socket wont be outdated within a year.
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Old 27-11-17, 12:13 PM
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This would be good for me. I would upgrade from my 5820k into a ITX build that I want.
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You could now with Ryzen and the asus ITX board for it though, and have a proper upgrade path because your socket wont be outdated within a year.
This is exactly what I’m doing, going from X99 and 6850K to 1700X with X370-I Strix
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This, so much this. AMD really have shaken them up by pushing for higher core counts. Although I can guarantee if it is an 8C CPU, it will be at least £500 because this is Intel we're talking about
ryzen plus will already be out by then, probably hitting 4.4ghz boosts and 4ghz all core boost, (stock) probably at the same prices we have now, so the perf of ryzen, especially in games will be much better by then, so we are in for some good compettion
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Old 27-11-17, 12:33 PM
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But they need to do something. If ryzen 2 is out in first half of 2018, then that might be a 1700-1800x with higher clocks = It will really kick Intel in the balls.
So they need to do something.
I don't get people being mad, its just the way the world works
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You can all get on the Intel hate wagon but if this is true AMD will not have an answer for those new CPUs. Intel will still sell
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