pat182we all gonna be forced to switch to 11 gen sadly, my 9900k will probably dont get support
the_Scarlet_onepat182we all gonna be forced to switch to 11 gen sadly, my 9900k will probably dont get support10th gen bios has already been updated, so you probably assuming wrong. 11th gen will have better support, for sure, but multiple motherboard manufacturers already enabled in on their z490 boards, so now it requires Nvidia to send out a new bios and new drivers.
jimmy jamspat182we all gonna be forced to switch to 11 gen sadly, my 9900k will probably dont get supporti wouldnt worry about it to much. it probably wont give you much more performance. i wouldn't sell a 9900k setup over 1 or 2% more performance in some applications. even amd has said there infinity cache only gives an extra 1-3% in most scenarios. gamersnexus has tested this if im not mistaken and only got 1fps more in some games but it didnt matter because 1fps is within margin of error. with a solid overclock you would gain much more
padibuzIt would seem Motherboard bios update is required (already got that) but also video card bios update as well. Hopefully EVGA will supply that :) Free performance boost is always welcomed.
dalten22How much of an improvement can we expect with this? 3% on average?