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2020/01/14 02:33:56 (permalink)
According to several sources, all of which cite ChipHell, Intel is working on a 5 GHZ 22 core (44 threads with hyperthreading) CPU for LGA 2066 platform with a TDP of 380W and 30.25MB of L3 cache. No official details or announcements have been made so far, so it is unknown yet if the CPU is real.
 
https://www.techpowerup.com/262915/core-i9-10990xe-22-core-processor-last-gasp-of-the-x299-platform
https://www.guru3d.com/ne...es-and-44-threads.html
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/14 05:12:09 (permalink)
    380 watts. It's a joke.
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/14 05:13:10 (permalink)
    Their saltyness have made them blind🤣🤣🤣🤣

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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/14 05:26:30 (permalink)
    Impressive numbers
     
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/14 06:16:57 (permalink)
    To me the most interesting part is they are taking an XCC chip and cramming it on to LGA2066, it looks like it will be similar to a Cooper Lake version of a Xeon Gold 6238:
     
    https://en.wikichip.org/wiki/intel/xeon_gold/6238
     
    That Xeon only has a 140W TDP, 3.7 ghz boost clock, 2.8 ghz all core normal load, 2.1 ghz all core AVX512 load.  Going to take some serious power to get those clocks up.
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/14 06:35:24 (permalink)
    Here's a discussion of the W-3175X's power draw, with its stock 4.3ghz boost clock, 28 Cores and 255W TDP:
     
    https://www.anandtech.com/show/13748/the-intel-xeon-w-3175x-review-28-unlocked-cores-2999-usd/3
     
    https://en.wikichip.org/wiki/intel/xeon_w/w-3175x
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/14 07:22:04 (permalink)
    22 cores would be terrible at 14nm. Better for Intel to wait until 10nm is available as to lower the TDP. 

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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/14 07:47:43 (permalink)
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    22 cores would be terrible at 14nm. Better for Intel to wait until 10nm is available as to lower the TDP. 

    I was thinking the same but let them believe everything is good

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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/14 08:11:17 (permalink)
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    22 cores would be terrible at 14nm. Better for Intel to wait until 10nm is available as to lower the TDP. 




    It's pretty obvious that they are working with what they have and what they can produce.
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/14 11:46:36 (permalink)
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    380 watts. It's a joke.

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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/14 15:59:52 (permalink)
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    22 cores would be terrible at 14nm. Better for Intel to wait until 10nm is available as to lower the TDP. 




    Clearly this is a stopgap measure and likely something they were keeping in their back pocket in case they needed to become more aggressive with their product offerings.  Looks like they had problems with Ice Lake 10nm in mobile low power and are working towards a better roll out with medium power server Ice Lake Xeon's later this year.  Going to be a while before they are ready to offer a high power HEDT 10nm, but maybe they'll get their act together sooner rather than later.  Maybe leverage the server part more directly, with a fancy new HEDT platform with bigger socket and pcie 4.  Ice lake server is reported to be 4189 contacts.
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/14 17:12:23 (permalink)
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    Going to be a while before they are ready to offer a high power HEDT 10nm, but maybe they'll get their act together sooner rather than later.

    Looks like they are ready to release a super high power HEDT 14nm. 
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/14 18:21:08 (permalink)
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    Going to be a while before they are ready to offer a high power HEDT 10nm, but maybe they'll get their act together sooner rather than later.

    Looks like they are ready to release a super high power HEDT 14nm. 




    Hey if people were willing to buy the i9-9980XE at $2000 and are willing to buy the W-3175X at $3000 (plus $1800 MB), they'll definitely be willing to buy a i9-10990XE at say, $1500.  Assuming it's not vaporware.  Might not beat a 3970X in multithread loads, but it may have really strong single core performance.
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/14 21:01:30 (permalink)
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    Going to be a while before they are ready to offer a high power HEDT 10nm, but maybe they'll get their act together sooner rather than later.

    Looks like they are ready to release a super high power HEDT 14nm. 




    Hey if people were willing to buy the i9-9980XE at $2000 and are willing to buy the W-3175X at $3000 (plus $1800 MB), they'll definitely be willing to buy a i9-10990XE at say, $1500.  Assuming it's not vaporware.  Might not beat a 3970X in multithread loads, but it may have really strong single core performance.

    Good investment for that price running single core CPU🙄

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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/14 22:02:10 (permalink)
    So, if they're binning these, is it gonna be a soft launch and have a dozen on store shelves and say it's spooking AMD? 
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/14 22:50:55 (permalink)
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    So, if they're binning these, is it gonna be a soft launch and have a dozen on store shelves and say it's spooking AMD? 




    AMD will just casually roll over and fart out something better. 


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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/15 05:44:52 (permalink)
    People who already have a significant outlay into a x299 system will likely buy it.
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/15 10:28:12 (permalink)
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    People who already have a significant outlay into a x299 system will likely buy it.




    That is debatable.  I have the X299 and to upgrade to 10 core is presently $649.99 plus tax.  12 core will be $799 plus tax and 16 core will be $899.  To purchase the Ryzen 3900X (12 core $479.99) and a good motherboard (around $200), why would I pay MORE to get a comparable upgrade from Intel.  Yes...they have lowered their prices...but they are still higher than AMD, and AMD, performancewise, eats Intel's lunch, run cooler and are 7 nm vs 14.  Not sure I will invest any more into what I already have.  Also...my 7820X at 4.6 GHZ all core performs on the same level as the Intel 9700K and 9900.  9900K and KS slightly better in single core because they can reach 5.0 GHZ, but only by 20-30 points.  Multicore...about even.  Memory wise...I score an 84,000 read / write where they all score in the 52-55,000 range.  The next gen will tell the story for Intel.  If they can't match AMD, by the time Ryzen 4000 series releases...much more damage to Intel's position in the market will happen

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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/15 11:15:40 (permalink)
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    People who already have a significant outlay into a x299 system will likely buy it.




    That is debatable.  I have the X299 and to upgrade to 10 core is presently $649.99 plus tax.  12 core will be $799 plus tax and 16 core will be $899.  To purchase the Ryzen 3900X (12 core $479.99) and a good motherboard (around $200), why would I pay MORE to get a comparable upgrade from Intel.  Yes...they have lowered their prices...but they are still higher than AMD, and AMD, performancewise, eats Intel's lunch, run cooler and are 7 nm vs 14.  Not sure I will invest any more into what I already have.  Also...my 7820X at 4.6 GHZ all core performs on the same level as the Intel 9700K and 9900.  9900K and KS slightly better in single core because they can reach 5.0 GHZ, but only by 20-30 points.  Multicore...about even.  Memory wise...I score an 84,000 read / write where they all score in the 52-55,000 range.  The next gen will tell the story for Intel.  If they can't match AMD, by the time Ryzen 4000 series releases...much more damage to Intel's position in the market will happen




    Haven't heard of anyone downgrading from X299 to a 3900X.
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/15 11:41:49 (permalink)
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    Haven't heard of anyone downgrading from X299 to a 3900X.

    Downgrade? Did you read anything he wrote? You're acting like a troll in thread after thread.
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/15 11:44:29 (permalink)
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    Haven't heard of anyone downgrading from X299 to a 3900X.

    Downgrade? Did you read anything he wrote? You're acting like a troll in thread after thread.



    Yeah I read it.
     
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/15 11:46:36 (permalink)
    Ha! Wow. Blatant fanboism. No reason to talk to you; you are blind.
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/15 11:53:54 (permalink)
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    Ha! Wow. Blatant fanboism. No reason to talk to you; you are blind.



    Nah just a realist.  They've sucked for quite a while.  They've FINALLY released some SOMEWHAT competitive processors, which is not a reason to heap unlimited praise on them.
     
    Crazy architecture, rapidly decreasing value, poor drivers and bios, etc.
     
    Come back when their computers get bought by real people to do real things.
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/15 11:55:39 (permalink)
    If this is the best Intel can do they are in serious trouble. They are getting their clock (heh) cleaned up and down the lineup by AMD.


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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/15 11:56:17 (permalink)
    Somewhat competitive? AMD has the highest performing CPU right now. And it's cheaper. It's a hard time to praise Intel, at the moment.
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/15 11:58:40 (permalink)
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    Somewhat competitive? AMD has the highest performing CPU right now. And it's cheaper. It's a hard time to praise Intel, at the moment.


    Stop engaging the troll. Stop trying to talk logic to someone who doesn't care about it and just wants to irrationally go down with the ship because it's unsinkable.


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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/15 11:58:54 (permalink)
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    Somewhat competitive? AMD has the highest performing CPU right now. And it's cheaper. It's a hard time to praise Intel, at the moment.



    Really?  I hadn't heard of anything that can beat an overclocked W-3175X.
     
     
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/15 12:03:26 (permalink)
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    Somewhat competitive? AMD has the highest performing CPU right now. And it's cheaper. It's a hard time to praise Intel, at the moment.



    Really?  I hadn't heard of anything that can beat an overclocked W-3175X.
     
     


    Don't worry the 3990x will clean it up nicely. 

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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/15 12:06:04 (permalink)
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    Somewhat competitive? AMD has the highest performing CPU right now. And it's cheaper. It's a hard time to praise Intel, at the moment.


    Stop engaging the troll. Stop trying to talk logic to someone who doesn't care about it and just wants to irrationally go down with the ship because it's unsinkable.




    So it's trolling now to say I don't like AMD for justifiable reasons?  LOL!
     
    Intel sells BILLIONS UPON BILLIONS of dollars of RELIABLE enterprise and OEM hardware every year.  They have their own fabs.  They are TEN times the size of AMD. 
     
    Fact:  Going from X299 to a 3900X on X570 is a downgrade.
     
    So now AMD leapfrogs Intel's product, ONCE in the last decade, and Intel is finished, washed up, crap?  Don't make me laugh.
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    Re: Intel readying a 5 GHZ 22-core Core i9-10990XE for LGA 2066 platform [Rumour] 2020/01/15 12:07:50 (permalink)
    Anyone hear that?
     
    Must just be the wind...


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