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    Re: Intel Rocketlake review thread

    This techspot is benchmarking 11600k £250 vs 10600k £200 and 5600x £320 with obvious conclusions considering current pricing. It's pretty clear to me AVX-512 is hurting the 11600k frequency and overclock potential and not sure what real world improvements AVX-512 offers. For gaming an o/c 10600 at current pricing looks a no brainer.

    https://www.techspot.com/review/2220...ore-i5-11600k/

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    Re: Intel Rocketlake review thread

    If you get a 10600KF, are you forced to buy the premium motherboards to get ram above 2333? I think I saw something about them adding support for higher memory speeds with 11th gen, but not sure if this will also apply to 10th gen?

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    Re: Intel Rocketlake review thread

    Quote Originally Posted by rand0m View Post
    If you get a 10600KF, are you forced to buy the premium motherboards to get ram above 2333? I think I saw something about them adding support for higher memory speeds with 11th gen, but not sure if this will also apply to 10th gen?
    AFAIK,B560 and H570 should be fine if you want faster RAM. I don't think the CPU can be overclocked with those chipsets.

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    Re: Intel Rocketlake review thread

    The MSI Z490's don't suffer from memory speed restrictions and are now getting quite reasonably priced. Z490-A PRO £140 - MPG Z490 GAMING PLUS £145 - MAG Z490 TOMAHAWK £166 etc

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    Re: Intel Rocketlake review thread

    These links are very helpful for me to read the top reviews of i9-11900k. If someone looking for a motherboard so he may read this review of the top Motherboards for i9-11900k.

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