I probably would of picked up a 10900K just so I can tinker with my machine if it was a drop in. I don't have any loyalty to any brand but this is annoying lol.Right... I would have considered a drop in upgrade, but eff buying another motherboard for a minimal boost over my 9900k.
It's a new chipset, so probably, but since this is a rumor, won't know till it's confirmed.A new MB needed for a refresh? Haha.
They are kidding right?
Pretty crappy silicon at the bottom end. The 4/8 10100 is only 3.2 ghz vs the 7700 with the same tdp.https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/i...hipset-rumored-to-be-released-april-2020.html
65 Watts TDP for the non K version the only thing holding up these enthusiast cpus in the past were the high thermals.
They're desktop CPUs... TDP is pretty nebulous here. We'd need to see how they compare versus 6700K / 7700K, as well as 8700K and 9900K.Pretty crappy silicon at the bottom end.
Intel has been pretty accurate with their base tdp ratings. Not as precise as the Xeon lineup, but still rather close.They're desktop CPUs... TDP is pretty nebulous here. We'd need to see how they compare versus 6700K / 7700K, as well as 8700K and 9900K.
Shouldn't expect miracles, but if the K parts are relatively nice bins, that's a bonus. They should all hit 5.0GHz.
Oh man, that brought back some memories.
It was essentially a trade of 6 threads for 2 physical cores (8700k to 9700k). All depends on what you're working on. In many cases, the 8700k would be faster.so all the new high end CPU's will have HT?...with their last major CPU release Intel removed HT from some of the CPU's