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    Latest Alder Lake-S benchmarks have it beating the Core i9-9900K

    Even though Geekbench doesn't appear to know what to do with the ES hybrid core config.
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    Re: Latest Alder Lake-S benchmarks have it beating the Core i9-9900K

    'Leaked' benchmarks have to be taken with a pinch of salt, of course, but it's reassuring that it looks to be performing decently at non-final clocks. Alder Lake is definitely shaping up to be one of Intel's most interesting releases in quite some time, IMO.

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    Re: Latest Alder Lake-S benchmarks have it beating the Core i9-9900K

    27.2GHz? Tejas is back it seems.

    But why exactly do we need big.LITTLE in a desktop?

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    Re: Latest Alder Lake-S benchmarks have it beating the Core i9-9900K

    Because it's the only way to say that they've got a 16 core processor?

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    Re: Latest Alder Lake-S benchmarks have it beating the Core i9-9900K

    Quote Originally Posted by trillo_del_diavolo View Post
    27.2GHz? Tejas is back it seems.

    But why exactly do we need big.LITTLE in a desktop?
    ...because it might save you a few pennies on your electric bill. maybe.

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    Re: Latest Alder Lake-S benchmarks have it beating the Core i9-9900K

    Quote Originally Posted by trillo_del_diavolo View Post
    27.2GHz? Tejas is back it seems.

    But why exactly do we need big.LITTLE in a desktop?
    ...because Intel though they make life interesting for kernel and driver programmers?
    To all ye kernel level programmers, may you live in interesting times.

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    Re: Latest Alder Lake-S benchmarks have it beating the Core i9-9900K

    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur1814 View Post
    ...because it might save you a few pennies on your electric bill. maybe.
    I would honestly not be surprised if Intel somehow managed to make the power consumption increase with the smaller cores added.

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    Re: Latest Alder Lake-S benchmarks have it beating the Core i9-9900K

    That's quite possible because interconnects also take power, and they'll be gluing those chips together somehow.

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    Re: Latest Alder Lake-S benchmarks have it beating the Core i9-9900K

    Iv been waiting for years for socket 1700 with DDR5. glad to see its finally going to be released relatively soon.

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