Discussion in 'CPUs' started by littlepuppy, Sep 2, 2019.
K = Kilo, as in thousand
So 9900 Thousand Security Flaws?
Sounds about right...
Six Frames, the difference in performance over the existing 9900K?
Gibbo, love the yellow ferrari - OCUK pays well!
Surprized anyone still buys from here almost everything is overpriced, same goes for the i9900k which I bought elsewhere.
news is in on this. October launch, TDP to be confirmed.
from my own personal experience, even with a binned 9900k this could pull up to 200watts at 5GHZ.
considering Intel are throwing rocks at AMD re: boost speeds, Intel need to be careful here if they stick in a ridiculously low TDP number that can't ever be reached and thats why I think the TDP has not been released yet.
9900ks for Kelvin Surpassed
she is gunna be a hot one all right.
Looks like the upgrade path for my 8700K has arrived.
well I got a 9900k clocked on all cores 1.35v water cooled at 5.1 hehe have fun with new intel cpu
lol, yep i think your right.
Intel are marketing the all-core boost clock as being achievable with "normal cooling". It'll be interesting to see what their definition of that is.
hehe lol wont get A new CPU till they hit 10 GHZ LOL no point prob cost £5000 for graphic card for %30 boost hehe good luck with that
I will get my coat.
Out next month, according to this posted yesterday - https://medium.com/performance-at-intel/real-world-performance-ifa-without-compromise-9f2dff21c277
@Gibbo - your NDA is safe
Assuming you already have a Z390 motherboard then your upgrade path arrived a year ago, there is no difference between the 9900K and 9900KS other than a bit of binning.
Is an NDA even needed? I mean it's not like it's anything unique that we don't know what to expect from.
Recently moved to Z390 as I wasn't happy with the Z370 board I had. The current 9900's may be able to overclock but I'm lazy and don't feel confident overclocking. I don't want to fettle for hours with things I don't really know about, there is a large appeal for a chip I can buy and it "just work" at those speeds.
It's hassle only the real dedicated enthusiasts seek . The days of slapping an easy 10% clock speed on have long gone.
I spent a whole lot of time, learning as I went overclocking the 9900K but despite lots of testing there was still an occasional instability. For the 5ghz I was aiming for and my uses I decided it wasn't worth the effort.2-300mhz in it.
I'd prefer a 10 core Z390 part personally with the 8 9900K clockspeeds than the higher clocking 8 core .
Even though the sound of it is something quite atrocious?
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