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Old 25-07-18, 12:56 PM
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Intel i7-9700K appears on SiSoftware Database - Confirms Specifications

An i7 without Hyperthreading?



Read more about Intel's i7-9700K processor appearing on the SiSoftware database.

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Old 25-07-18, 12:58 PM
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9700k without HT... wonder how many buyers will be fooled.
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Old 25-07-18, 01:14 PM
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9700k without HT... wonder how many buyers will be fooled.
HT is not that import, it won't impact gaming performance especially for an i7 processor. As long as Intel is sure the game benchmark of 9700K is faster than 8700K
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Old 25-07-18, 02:32 PM
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HT is not that import, it won't impact gaming performance especially for an i7 processor. As long as Intel is sure the game benchmark of 9700K is faster than 8700K

who said all consumers are interested in gaming?


i gamed the last time when skyrim was released.
people who buy a 8 core system sure not mainly interested in gaming.


not with todays lousy optimizing of games for multicore CPU´s.
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Old 25-07-18, 07:17 PM
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who said all consumers are interested in gaming?


i gamed the last time when skyrim was released.
people who buy a 8 core system sure not mainly interested in gaming.


not with todays lousy optimizing of games for multicore CPU´s.
Then why do you need an i7 K series CPU? Doing video editing? Picking up a cheaper xenon CPU can easily outperform i7 K with hyperthreading on multiple tasks.
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Old 26-07-18, 12:19 AM
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Then why do you need an i7 K series CPU? Doing video editing? Picking up a cheaper xenon CPU can easily outperform i7 K with hyperthreading on multiple tasks.
Not at all professional heavy workloads do better by throwing more cores at it. Sometime clock speed matters more.
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Old 26-07-18, 08:08 AM
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Then why do you need an i7 K series CPU? Doing video editing? Picking up a cheaper xenon CPU can easily outperform i7 K with hyperthreading on multiple tasks.
I doubt very much that there is an xeon cpu that can outperform a 6 core i7 @ 5ghz and also is cheaper... Proof please ?
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