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Online Carl2 Topic starter
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 I just looked at Newegg and noticed they now have Intels core i9
7900X (3.30 GHz).  They have 5 desktop models prices start at 2,530 and go to 3,100.  They are coming with liquid cooling, SSD, 850 w PS and good graphic cards.  The first new car I bought was around those prices.
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Posted July 13, 2017, 14:50:49 PM Logged

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I've been following these chips on YouTube regarding benchmarks and performance, it would be easy for me to post negative comments so I'm just going to say, they run hot and are very expensive.
Posted July 14, 2017, 12:55:55 PM Logged

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  I should have included the desktop computers are 10 core, the cpu sells for about 1,200.  The quad core i7-7740X Kaby lake sells for 350, it takes a LGA 2066 mother board and you may loose some features, not sure on that.  I should look at the you tube vids myself.  I'm not doing much with the computer now a days so this computer is quick enough.  I spoke to someone at Verizon and got a faster internet at a lower price.  I'm waiting to see what Intel's Coffee lake will bring.
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Posted July 15, 2017, 13:51:26 PM Logged

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  I guess this is the latest update on Intels X series
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-core-skylake-x-specifications,35176.html
The I7-7800X is a 6 core 140 W at 3.5 GHz for $398 looks interesting to me, maybe the 4 core at 4.3 GHz would work for me though. 
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Posted August 09, 2017, 14:17:01 PM Logged

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The motherboards are very expensive for them CPU's.
Posted August 10, 2017, 10:27:59 AM Logged

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And they will all be outdated in no time at all, like clothing used to be especially the ties and belts.  Even in the vaporizers the price drops as new models come out.
Posted August 10, 2017, 12:56:57 PM Logged

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  This goes along with Intels latest developments
Intel Displays 10nm Cannon Lake Wafer, First Signs Of PCIe 4.0, $1 Billion AI Investment
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-ai-10nm-pcie-4.0-wafer,35490.html
Read about that ages ago and now it is happening.
It seems you buy a computer and a few months latter they have a new one with all these improvements.
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