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Intel i9-9990XE benchmarked by Puget

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This processor was benchmarked by Puget systems and will not be available for retail.

The CPU will be sold by Intel to system integrators via auction.

Clock speed for this part is 5Ghz on all cores

 

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Puget has benchmarked the chip in Photoshop CC 2019, they also confirm that the chip will only sold by auction, every quarter of the year.

The Core i9-9990XE will have 14 cores that will have a maximum turbo speed of 5Ghz on all cores. Maximum turbo speed is 5.1 Ghz on two cores.

More cores are available in the i9-9980XE, but they are lower clocked (4.5Ghz) chips. The i9-9940X has the same core configuration as this 14-core chip, but is clocked lower as well.

 

Tests were conducted in Photoshop, Premiere Pro, After Effects and Lightroom. In most tests, this new CPU scores the highest, but the difference between it and an i9-9900K is marginal.

In Photoshop, the 9900K was just a little bit faster.

 

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i mean... i would rather buy a 9900k if i see this


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I can't really see who this is for. Multi core at less cost? 9980XE. Faster single core? 9900k.

 

Or, 9940X and some OC does fairly well. Turbo frequency is good and all but OC sort of removes that improvement.


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Just wait for the AMD ARM Adobe Benchmarks in the future


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6 minutes ago, fasauceome said:

I can't really see who this is for. Multi core at less cost? 9980XE. Faster single core? 9900k.

 

Or, 9940X and some OC does fairly well. Turbo frequency is good and all but OC sort of removes that improvement.

I'm going to assume the 9990xe is going to have the same costs issues the previous version had.  Then I just realized there is an 80xe version.  XD

It's probably aimed at people who use sw that benefits more from an i9 than a TR, but their employer requires them to have "ze best!" i9 if so.  I wanted the 7980xe originally, but a 1950x dropped under a grand at the time and the 7980xe cost like a lil over a grand more at the time for an 11 percent increase in performance.  Wasn't going to pay that, and a 1950x works rather well for what I do.  But, some people actually need i9s for editing sw.


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So they're almost pulling an AMD "herpa derp we've got 5GHz".


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1 minute ago, Dabombinable said:

So they're almost pulling an AMD "herpa derp we've got 5GHz".

i mean. intel is really good at copypasting. just look at the dual 7700k they are selling. 

 

they must have a laser keyboard aswell, just look at the 8700k, they only pushed it halfway down. 

 

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Is this a good buy for almost anyone? No. Is it being sold for retail? No. Does it have a place on the market? Yeah probably.

 

Max speed on 8 cores, and max speed on 18 cores leaves a pretty big middle ground for a moderate core count high speed variant.

 

I'm sure some workflows will dramatically be benefited by this, and those are the only ones that should buy the chip.


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10 minutes ago, Curufinwe_wins said:

Is this a good buy for almost anyone? No. Is it being sold for retail? No. Does it have a place on the market? Yeah probably.

 

Max speed on 8 cores, and max speed on 18 cores leaves a pretty big middle ground for a moderate core count high speed variant.

 

I'm sure some workflows will dramatically be benefited by this, and those are the only ones that should buy the chip.

Even if they should I really only see people getting it because their employer forced them to.


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When I first saw this, I didn't actually think it was that bad, it was 'best of both worlds' with a high core count and high clock speed, but in reality it just seems like a pointless product.

 

I don't know about you, if I had to go Intel, I'd just go for the 9980XE because I imagine it will cost less and even though you need your own nuclear power plant, with not much overclocking, I'm sure it will be on par or better (not that I expect the 9990XE to draw any less power!)

Maybe, that was the whole point, Intel managed to bring out a CPU that makes the 9980XE look like the value option!


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Feels like a 9900K (not X) with 6 more cores o_o

 

if (if(if)) this was a precautionary move against AMD's future lineup, I kinda wonder if AMD will manage to turbo to 5.0 with Ryzen/Threadripper 3000

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Why not call this a 9940XE? (or 9945XE even) Why make it 9990XE and make it seem like it's a higher core count than the 9980XE?

 

Even if this is marketed only to OEM's and SI's it's still gonna be confusing for End users shopping for pre builts because they're gonna be scrolling down and see "i9-9990XE" most likely at the bottom of the CPU list and assume it has the most cores/performance. 


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Mother of god....5GHz on all those cores, that got to get toasty.  Still, drools, I would want to throw so much BOINC at such a chip.   But the price would probably scare me off.


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Hmmm, reading around on another forum.  Another user put an good post on which companies would snatch these up:  HFT (high frequency trading) companies.


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21 hours ago, Ithanul said:

Hmmm, reading around on another forum.  Another user put an good post on which companies would snatch these up:  HFT (high frequency trading) companies.

no grasp on systems for stock trading, but would one 9990X system or three 9900K systems be better? o_o

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16 minutes ago, VegetableStu said:

no grasp on systems for stock trading, but would one 9990X system or three 9900K systems be better? o_o

By the small amount I understand, the fastest a setup can go, so probably just one unless the company going for multiple trades (not very versed about these companies).  More or less, they pay top dollar for the least amount of latency a system can do to shave off nanoseconds or milliseconds of a trade.


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