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cascade lake' x-series hedt cpu's - soldered heat spreader

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2019/10/03 14:34:45 (permalink)
Hello All,
Does anyone have any info on this. I've been searching the interwebs and can't seem to find it.

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    Re: cascade lake' x-series hedt cpu's - soldered heat spreader 2019/10/03 15:29:25 (permalink)
    I don’t think anyone has talked about it yet. Most people that can talk about it are probably under NDA at this point, so we would need for someone to leak that information or the NDA to lift so that the reviewers can spill the beans.

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    Re: cascade lake' x-series hedt cpu's - soldered heat spreader 2019/10/04 07:41:09 (permalink)
    No data availible yet.
     
    But since it's 165 Watt TDP i not sure TIM is good idea, especially for HEDT solution. First Skylake-X (i9-7000) was with TIM, but in next Skylake-X Refrash they fixed it. There is no point go back to TIM.
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    Re: cascade lake' x-series hedt cpu's - soldered heat spreader 2019/10/04 09:12:47 (permalink)
    Intel  October 7 - paper-launch ---> NDA till then

    followed by November market-availability.
     
     

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    Re: cascade lake' x-series hedt cpu's - soldered heat spreader 2019/10/06 19:24:38 (permalink)
    I assume the CPUs will be soldered, Intel won't fall in the same hole twice. We'll find out tomorrow.

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    Re: cascade lake' x-series hedt cpu's - soldered heat spreader 2019/10/07 16:28:32 (permalink)
    100% confirm soldered but better than last Gen. 

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    Re: cascade lake' x-series hedt cpu's - soldered heat spreader 2019/10/07 21:40:40 (permalink)
    whos gotta a link. No solid info found as of today.
     
    Intel has failed several times by not Soldering on the IHS

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    Re: cascade lake' x-series hedt cpu's - soldered heat spreader 2019/10/07 22:08:49 (permalink)
    The 9xxx series had issues with the solder so i honestly wouldnt mind TIM again because of how easy it is to delid.
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    Re: cascade lake' x-series hedt cpu's - soldered heat spreader 2019/10/08 22:50:14 (permalink)
    dustingg
    whos gotta a link. No solid info found as of today.
     
    Intel has failed several times by not Soldering on the IHS


    No link but was listening to PCWorld podcast earlier and Gordon there said it was confirmed they are soldered.
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    Re: cascade lake' x-series hedt cpu's - soldered heat spreader 2019/10/09 02:54:37 (permalink)
    Intel can't afford to sacrifice frequency to save pocket change on manufacturing costs, using TIM would raise temps and lower its available frequency range.
     
    AMD is giving them stiff competition and Intel's frequency advantage is the only thing them competitive. Or at least loosely competitive. It would be very self-defeating for Intel to swap its server chips to TIM at this stage, which is what the HEDT platform sources them from.


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