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    Intel announces 28C/56T Xeon W-3175X processor for December

    And seven new Intel Core X-series processors will be released in November.
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    Re: Intel announces 28C/56T Xeon W-3175X processor for December

    And the Motherboard it goes into requires two PSUs and is a ridiculous setup for ridiculous reasons.

    They've been very shtum on the pricing because the 8180 they've bastardised is a 10k USD MSRP so what on earth are they going to put this as without pissing off anyone who has an 8180 already. 3-5k USD is a minimum I bet.

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    Re: Intel announces 28C/56T Xeon W-3175X processor for December

    There's no way this will be less than double the price of a 2990WX, ignoring motherboard, cooling and power supply requirements, which are all significantly more expensive to cater for than 2990WX. All for 4 less cores and 8 less threads.

    But it's good for gaming I guess.

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    Re: Intel announces 28C/56T Xeon W-3175X processor for December

    The commissioned benchmark along side the embargo for all other reviewers shows how desperate they've become.
    "Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured."


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    Re: Intel announces 28C/56T Xeon W-3175X processor for December

    Quote Originally Posted by Ozaron View Post
    There's no way this will be less than double the price of a 2990WX, ignoring motherboard, cooling and power supply requirements, which are all significantly more expensive to cater for than 2990WX. All for 4 less cores and 8 less threads.

    But it's good for gaming I guess.
    Yeah, good point. lol

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    Re: Intel announces 28C/56T Xeon W-3175X processor for December

    Been confirmed, this will use polymer TIM not soldered so to get the most efficient thermals you will have to void, and potentially destroy, your multi thousand dollar chip

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