Z590 series releasing January 11th

Comixbooks

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Yeah It runs hot though I get up to 69 degrees running Cyberpunk 2077.
 

jobert

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So it will support 20 pcie 4.0 Lanes on the CPU. Does that mean it will only have one slot to run a PCI 4.0 SSD? Am I missing something or is there not chipset 4.0 Lanes for running an SSD?
 

Niner21

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Yeah It runs hot though I get up to 69 degrees running Cyberpunk 2077.
Yes, it has made my 9900K run hotter than any other game. As high as 64 degrees which it hasn't come near to in any other game I play.
 

MrGuvernment

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Yeah It runs hot though I get up to 69 degrees running Cyberpunk 2077.
The CPU is a binned CPU thus the power can spike high and in some cases was shown to be about 2W per core higher than the 10900 series due to those being much stricter on what passes their qualifications. One site had the 10850k hitting 102c under full load on an open bench.
 

German Muscle

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https://www.evga.com/articles/01470/evga-z590/
 

MISMCSA

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Will these boards have a 1 CPU life span? If you get a 500 series board, and pair it with an 11th gen, is there any future? My assumption, which could be way off, is that the next gen 10nm chip would be a different socket.
 

German Muscle

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Will these boards have a 1 CPU life span? If you get a 500 series board, and pair it with an 11th gen, is there any future? My assumption, which could be way off, is that the next gen 10nm chip would be a different socket.
12th gen will be a different socket.
 

lopoetve

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Then it would seem to make no sense to pay top dollar for a 500/11th Gen pairing that has no future upgrade path. Am I missing something?
Only if you plan on sticking with it for a while without upgrading. I used to upgrade every 3-5, so it didn’t matter- the board was too old anyway.
 
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