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    Re: Intel introduces its Core-X Series processors at Computex

    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    You gotta love how they priced it though, they match Ryzen parts equally up to what's available, with all the chips being close in price and then being "only" $100 more, for the 8c/16t parts, but above that they're like "lol no competition let's be Intel!" and jacking the price $400 more for the 10c/20t
    Except that all Ryzen are unlocked and fully featured, so R7 1700 @ $300 is the big value part not the R7 1800X @ $500, and against that the Intel 8C/16T part is twice the price.

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    Re: Intel introduces its Core-X Series processors at Computex

    Intel's 18-core die-shot via WikiChip:


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