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    Intel Core i9-11900K

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    Re: Intel Core i9-11900K

    Hexus thanks for the review, i think there a couple of mistake in it:

    - Page 6 has the same Memory Bandwitdh Copy chart on it twice
    - Page 10 (UHD gaming test) actually shows the IGP tests that are on page 11

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    Re: Intel Core i9-11900K

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    Re: Intel Core i9-11900K

    Came to see the power consumption charts... wasn't disappointed!!

    I'm surprised, knowing Intel's marketing spiel, that they didn't advertise it as a room heater.

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    Re: Intel Core i9-11900K

    I mean if they can do all this amazing now with 10nm and 14nm... then why did they not do that years ago and be giving their customers a proper product?

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    Re: Intel Core i9-11900K

    Quote Originally Posted by QuorTek View Post
    I mean if they can do all this amazing now with 10nm and 14nm... then why did they not do that years ago and be giving their customers a proper product?
    Because they simply had no need to....
    Competition is a great thing
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    Re: Intel Core i9-11900K

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    Re: Intel Core i9-11900K

    Hexus review is better than Anthony on LTT..... that really gives a poor review to Intel
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    Re: Intel Core i9-11900K

    This feels like a much more thorough / fair review than Overclockers, thanks for this! Slightly disappointed with these chips, but at least there's some competition on the table these days!

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    Re: Intel Core i9-11900K

    Quote Originally Posted by tazzrats View Post
    This feels like a much more thorough / fair review than Overclockers, thanks for this! Slightly disappointed with these chips, but at least there's some competition on the table these days!
    Competition in what way? Heating your house? 290+ watts on the top chips. It's like having a Lamborghini to go to the shops with
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    Re: Intel Core i9-11900K

    The Gamersnexus Core i5 11600K review shows its reasonably competitive with the Ryzen 5 5600X,which currently is very hard to get hold off. It does mean the Core i5 11400F and a B560 motherboard will be a decent mainstream setup IMHO.

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    Re: Intel Core i9-11900K

    Yeah, just what everyone expected tbh. If they would have priced this better, say around the 450$ mark like the 5800x, it would sell like hotcakes in this climate. But Intel is Intel and just screws over it's customers like always. Another fail...

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    Re: Intel Core i9-11900K

    That power draw is obscene.... and I'm saying this as an owner of the 9900K.

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    Re: Intel Core i9-11900K

    Quote Originally Posted by Zhibonbon View Post
    Yeah, just what everyone expected tbh. If they would have priced this better, say around the 450$ mark like the 5800x, it would sell like hotcakes in this climate. But Intel is Intel and just screws over it's customers like always. Another fail...
    Climate? Power guzzling... are you on the southern hemisphere and heading into winter!?

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    Re: Intel Core i9-11900K

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    Competition in what way? Heating your house? 290+ watts on the top chips. It's like having a Lamborghini to go to the shops with
    Haha very fair point - reading that back I see the awful wording. By competition I actually meant as in AMD being on top, rather than INTEL just rolling out whatever they want for whatever price they want and that being our only choice!

    Mind, I wonder if grabbing one of these would be good at replacing my electric radiator....

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    Re: Intel Core i9-11900K

    The big tell to me is that so many Intel processors are still in stock in the major retailers. Whereas AMD was sold out in minutes. Is this because Intel have managed to stock an obscene amount of chips into retailers or are they just not being bought?

    Sure AMD had a very limited sku stack but that made it easier to buy.

    Intels stack is confusing, the past few years have decayed their desirability, the 11700k pre-release added a nail to the coffin and they are easily seen to be hot, underwhelming and trailing the underdog.

    It's actually sad to see this happen.

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