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    Intel announces six more 9th gen desktop CPUs, five sans-iGPU

    The Core i3-9350KF, i5-9400F, i5-9400, i5-9600KF, i7-9700KF, i9-9900KF now listed.
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    Re: Intel announces six more 9th gen desktop CPUs, five sans-iGPU

    "New" means:

    Removing virtualisation features and iGPU and calling it a new product.

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    Re: Intel announces six more 9th gen desktop CPUs, five sans-iGPU

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    "New" means:

    Removing virtualisation features and iGPU and calling it a new product.
    Well it's a lot better than disabling the above and keeping the product the same!

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    Re: Intel announces six more 9th gen desktop CPUs, five sans-iGPU

    5ghz across all cores?

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    Re: Intel announces six more 9th gen desktop CPUs, five sans-iGPU

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    5ghz across all cores?
    Probably for a second or two before the thermal limiter kicks in, or the TDP swamps your power supply.

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    Re: Intel announces six more 9th gen desktop CPUs, five sans-iGPU

    MSI has announced its MSI Z390/Z370/H370/B360/B365/H310 motherboards support the new Intel Core I9-9900KF, I7-9700KF, I5-9600KF, I5-9400KF, I5-9400, and I3-9350KF processors.

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    Re: Intel announces six more 9th gen desktop CPUs, five sans-iGPU

    yields must be in the toilet if they fusing the igp and selling them as desktop chips to cut losses.

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    Re: Intel announces six more 9th gen desktop CPUs, five sans-iGPU

    Also whats with only 2400 DDR4 at the highend? the rest are 2666 DDR4. somethings wierd there.

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    Re: Intel announces six more 9th gen desktop CPUs, five sans-iGPU

    Maybe this first iteration of 10nm is going to be like a first foray and the first foray is just baby steps.

    Which is really bad news for Intel and 10nm if that is the case, how many months/years will it take to ramp up to Skylake equivalent.

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    Re: Intel announces six more 9th gen desktop CPUs, five sans-iGPU

    Quote Originally Posted by mercyground View Post
    yields must be in the toilet if they fusing the igp and selling them as desktop chips to cut losses.
    We've been asking them to do this for ages - it's pointless throwing away a whole chip just because the IGP cache has an error, and likewise pointless spending the power to it (even if it's gated well).

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    Re: Intel announces six more 9th gen desktop CPUs, five sans-iGPU

    Quote Originally Posted by mercyground View Post
    Also whats with only 2400 DDR4 at the highend? the rest are 2666 DDR4. somethings wierd there.
    The table starts at the lower end, which has DDR-2400.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    Maybe this first iteration of 10nm is going to be like a first foray and the first foray is just baby steps.
    14nm?

    What I seem to be missing is why some of these features like Intel Trusted Execution Technology are missing? Unless it's tied into the iGPU?

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    Re: Intel announces six more 9th gen desktop CPUs, five sans-iGPU

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    14nm?

    What I seem to be missing is why some of these features like Intel Trusted Execution Technology are missing? Unless it's tied into the iGPU?
    I think i thought this was the 10nm thread. I'm looking at my comment and those before and have no idea why i put that comment on this thread!!

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    Re: Intel announces six more 9th gen desktop CPUs, five sans-iGPU

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    What I seem to be missing is why some of these features like Intel Trusted Execution Technology are missing? Unless it's tied into the iGPU?
    That I presume is to stop people buying these for workstations when Intel would rather sell you a more expensive chip.

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