Hardware Thread 2020  


  1. Posts : 27,008
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       #201

    The new 10900K might have 10 cores, but my 9900K & Z370 Max X Hero still kills it with a stable 5.4 GHz on all 8 cores, and it offers nothing new, and no info on baked in security being updated, I'll definitely sit this one out.
    TVBoost(on or two cores only) and the "Up to" marketing with no guarantee is just a lot of bull pancakes.
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  2. Posts : 4,666
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       #202

    Yeah, and you would need a new MB too if you decided to upgrade. Knowing Intel they will also cost an arm and a leg, at least.
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  3. Posts : 16,505
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       #203

    Cliff S said:
    The new 10900K might have 10 cores, but my 9900K & Z370 Max X Hero still kills it with a stable 5.4 GHz on all 8 cores, and it offers nothing new, and no info on baked in security being updated, I'll definitely sit this one out.
    TVBoost(on or two cores only) and the "Up to" marketing with no guarantee is just a lot of bull pancakes.
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    Yeah, but you will be two cores down
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  4. Posts : 27,008
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       #204

    Dude said:
    Yeah, but you will be two cores down
    Eight cores is more than enough for me.
    I can run my machine, plus 3 VMs all at once(if I want, with no real noticeable performance hit while doing daily stuff(like browsing these holy forums).
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       #205

    Cliff S said:
    The new 10900K might have 10 cores, but my 9900K & Z370 Max X Hero still kills it with a stable 5.4 GHz on all 8 cores, and it offers nothing new, and no info on baked in security being updated, I'll definitely sit this one out.
    TVBoost(on or two cores only) and the "Up to" marketing with no guarantee is just a lot of bull pancakes.
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    Hi,
    Supposed to also be able to memory oc to 5k mhz too

    But if that you say has any truth to it at all you should have no problem beating my old 7900x scores 10 core is 10 cores right
    Only difference is my piddly 4.8 clock against your 5.4 on r20/ r15ext/ r15
    Cinebench Leaderboard
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  6. Posts : 27,008
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       #206

    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    Supposed to also be able to memory oc to 5k mhz too

    But if that you say has any truth to it at all you should have no problem beating my old 7900x scores 10 core is 10 cores right
    Only difference is my piddly 4.8 clock against your 5.4 on r20/ r15ext/ r15
    Cinebench Leaderboard
    Yeah that ability for really high XMP'S(if the mobo can handle it) is a real plus.
    I already checked my old score for cinebench R20 & 15Extreme, and your 10 core still slaughters my 8 core
    But I still have the Forums high score for the useless and unstable CPU-Z validation.
    I was never able to get that with any newer BIOS update, only on the ROG-MAXIMUS-X-HERO-ASUS-1704.CAP
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  7. Posts : 7,724
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       #207

    Cliff S said:
    Yeah that ability for really high XMP'S(if the mobo can handle it) is a real plus.
    I already checked my old score for cinebench R20 & 15Extreme, and your 10 core still slaughters my 8 core
    But I still have the Forums high score for the useless and unstable CPU-Z validation.
    I was never able to get that with any newer BIOS update, only on the ROG-MAXIMUS-X-HERO-ASUS-1704.CAP
    Hi,
    I didn't see any subs for you there ?

    At any rate the 10900k or kfc thought the kfc was a higher bin but I saw it costs less than the k did you notice that ?

    But I was really thinking of this 10900k/ kfc line a real gaming platform instead of wasting anymore time on 10...xe
    I can see a 2 core jump, plus a new board as a no way Jose for 9900k/ kfc owners though.
    You guys started this 2 core upgrade stuff by doing it now Intel does it again lol
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  8. Posts : 27,008
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       #208

    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    I didn't see any subs for you there ?

    At any rate the 10900k or kfc thought the kfc was a higher bin but I saw it costs less than the k did you notice that ?

    But I was really thinking of this 10900k/ kfc line a real gaming platform instead of wasting anymore time on 10...xe
    I can see a 2 core jump, plus a new board as a no way Jose for 9900k/ kfc owners though.
    You guys started this 2 core upgrade stuff by doing it now Intel does it again lol
    My postings is in the "original" Cinebench thread, Dude never carried the scores over to the new thread.
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  9. Posts : 16,505
    Windows 11 Pro X64
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       #209

    Cliff S said:
    My postings is in the "original" Cinebench thread, Dude never carried the scores over to the new thread.
    You can run them again
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  10. Posts : 16,505
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    Thread Starter
       #210

    New Build is up and running, I have a lot to learn with AMD
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