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Intel - "Talk to the Product Marketing Engineer" Live Chat & Giveaway

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1) With Devils Canyon, what was changed with the power delivery and how does that effect real world performance?

 

2) With the change in TIM and the subsequent fall in overall core temps, would the V core be allowed to be higher as long as core temps were kept under control? 

 

3) If Devils Canyon works on Z87 then why the launch of Z97 now? Sata express and other features could have been added to new/revised Z87 SKUs or held off until Broadwell was launched.

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can i win if im 13?


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Will intel make new sata express SSDs?

 

Is the pentium anniversary chip limited, meaning it will only be on sale for a couple of months?

 

Why are ASUS and MSI allowing some Hxx and Bxx motherboards to overclock the pentium anniversary chip?

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I Will be there!

 

My Brother will anyways upgrade to a Z97 MB / I5 4690k. Maybe I get the chanse and win him the CPU:D lol


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Btw What Is a "Live Viewer?"


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Btw What Is a "Live Viewer?"

he will gave the CPU's away to people who are watching the livestream, not the ones will look at the youtube video (i dont now if hes even gonna upload it to youtube, but you get my point)


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yey!


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he will gave the CPU's away to people who are watching the livestream, not the ones will look at the youtube video (i dont now if hes even gonna upload it to youtube, but you get my point)

aha. I Will watch on Twitch. I Will Hold my tums for that CPU:DD


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GOD DAMN IT! I have an important university exam that day.... 3 hours after the stream start and I have to drive into university .... GL the viewers I suppose :\


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Question for an engineer: Why do Inlet's CPUs have much better graphics on the higher end CPUs then on the lower end, where people are more likely to actually use on board graphics?

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im sorry mr fx but if i will win you're out 


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Yay I have a change to win a cpu that I don`t a compatible motherboard, but if I win I will defently buy a good 97 board


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hello all the way from Perth Australia :)

thanks for making this international

disclaimer i use AMD products at least i will be honest about this.

 

since the FX line which was cheap and value oriented is now mostly dead; i have a few questions in regards to how intel will respond to the shift.

 

1) when designing new chips how much input does Intel have in the designing of motherboards. do you set parameters on what should be standard across the line of mobos. 

or do you leave the mobo manufacturers creative freedom to implement functions according to value. eg 3rd party audio processing, oc functions, thunderbolt, usb and sata manufacturing.

in regards to sata express, i understand that the first iteration of sata express was created using a ASMedia controller. i would like to know if Intel helps to engineer the hardware that goes into the mobos;

that there is a performance consistency across all ports. all devices perform similarly.

 

2) a more interesting topic is that AMD have effectively dropped out of the processor race and have shifted to the APU sector.

i fully acknowledge that the FX series is in reality a server processor that was re-branded to appease enthusiasts.

but the idea of the FX series, was that the highest performing chip was priced at below 250 around launch.

this meant that we felt a immense value when purchasing the chip. prestige if you will.

 

i want to know if you plan to release a separate line of gaming oriented chips, priced around 250 that will give consumers the same experience. (highest possible chip at competitive price points)

IMHO i would buy an i7 as a enthusiast but at launch that would have cost me an additional 600 dollars as i would have to buy a new motherboard along with the chip. (money that i did not have  :( )

To be fair the highest I7 is not really meant for gaming, rather its for productivity.

but that being said, will you follow in a value oriented perspective? (possibly with a new branded line of chips that are disassociated with the 'I' series)

 

3) in regards to the last point if you do make a line of gaming chip, will there be backward compatibility?

i have understood that almost every 2 refreshes the socket change meant that the motherboards were not backward compatible.

this is a factor that prevents me from investing in hardware for an Intel chip. i am not thrilled about putting away a good mobo and chip every 2 years!

i have components as old as 5 years in my current rig. an AM3 mobo being one of them. how will you address backwards compatibility in terms of ports.

will the ports consistently change as we progress or will it maintain the same socket so that older hardware can still be connected. (usb thunderbolt, sata)

 

4)i live in Australia. the internet sucks and the people in charge of infrastructure and tech investment are dinosaurs.

this means that all electronics are basically 25% more expensive because of how they are taxed pre-sale. how will you address our market here in Australia?

i recently saw chips that were grossly overpriced (links below) when compared to the us ( sites like Newegg etc).

will or do you have options for international customers to buy products at standard rate + free shipping?

 
 

 

5) lastly as enthusiasts, we always love innovation. when something is backwards compatible AND boast a new useful features. we will be the first in line to buy it!

that being said ,will you move forward in a more cores direction or will you maintain the clock speed race?

will there ever be a intel APU that will end amd? Intel Nvdia collab?

how soon will it be before we see a heterogeneous system. a single piece of hardware that will replace the desktop pc?

are you able to tell us if such a concept is even in development?

 

 

Personally the reason i ended up with the fx was because of how cheap it was and how it leveraged multiple cores when rendering or gaming.

it wasn't great for everything but it did everything i wanted; and then some.

in my years of building computers, i never had enough money for the premiums. but when i knew a products true value i would invest.(i still have my intel dual core rig from early 2000. ddr2 and everything! :D)

i started with a celeron single core, then a pentium 4 hyper threading,,then the q8200 quad core. but none of them ever performed to my expectations. lag,system instability, not being able to play new games. 

i hate to say this but when i made the switch, i was dumbfounded at how something that cost the same as my q8200 at lanuch could completely change my view on value oriented builds. :(

i know that my next rig is intel based. Not by choice, but by what is currently relevant.

Can you reassure us, the consumers that intel will continue to innovate and keep moderate backward compatibility? most of all! not push products which 'deliver at cost' 

most of your consumers are not rich, they are students, gamers, and mostly 6 year olds who pester their working class parents because they think they need 745725 fps to play cod.

i am better off now than i was 10 years ago. but if i wasn't in a position where i couldn't afford the high end stuff, i would never realize the value of what i was purchasing.

 

staying true to the wan show buffoonery! i have rewarded you with a dr evil meme for your attention! all in good jest! i'm sorry if you wanted cats, i'm sure someone else will post one pretty soon  :D

 

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Also Linus i love that you haven't fired slick in a while. buttttttt it just doesn't feel the same when he has that much job security.

he's getting 'complacent' and you should fix that!  :P and whatever happened to that toy and gaming channel?

need moar nerf and fpses! and the occasional Logan, Wendell or Qain wouldn't hurt too!

 

much love from perth and never stop making your videos!

sincerely

Bryan 'THE ARC' Angel

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Why did Intel name a cpu line after me and my home without asking me if it was ok first?  

DeViLzzz Canyon

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2) a more interesting topic is that AMD have effectively dropped out of the processor race and have shifted to the APU sector.

i fully acknowledge that the FX series is in reality a server processor that was re-branded to appease enthusiasts.

but the idea of the FX series, was that the highest performing chip was priced at below 250 around launch.

this meant that we felt a immense value when purchasing the chip. prestige if you will.

 

i want to know if you plan to release a separate line of gaming oriented chips, priced around 250 that will give consumers the same experience. (highest possible chip at competitive price points)

IMHO i would buy an i7 as a enthusiast but at launch that would have cost me an additional 600 dollars as i would have to buy a new motherboard along with the chip. (money that i did not have  :( )

To be fair the highest I7 is not really meant for gaming, rather its for productivity.

but that being said, will you follow in a value oriented perspective? (possibly with a new branded line of chips that are disassociated with the 'I' series)

 

 

 

wouldn't that be the i5 series?


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QUESTION 1 FOR STREAM: I'm aware that Intel stopped soldering the die to the IHS after Sandybridge on the consumer platform (e.g. LGA 1155,1150), and I'm wondering if it's more cost effective to simply use TIM or if Intel had some other reason for switching from a solder to TIM.

 

QUESTION 2 FOR STREAM:Will Intel continue to use TIM on the consumer platform, or will they go back to soldering the die to the IHS for Skylake.

 

QUESTION 3 FOR STREAM:I understand that the requirements for anyone to benefit from the Retail Edge program are quite strict, and that the highest tiers are very difficult to achieve even for highly active members of Intel's community as the requirements entail you participating so heavily in their forum. Couldn't Intel create a tier with similar requirements to the top tiers  (e.g. Rock Legend and Rock Star) but for standard consumers, so that those people that participate heavily in Intel's forum might benefit from the discount without heaving to be a part of retail?


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wouldn't that be the i5 series?

Well to begin, the i5 isn't top of the range. i'm talking about a new line of chips entirely. doesn't have to be power efficient or even the most powerful chip.

it however must be a chip for gamers, where the socket can remain the same THROUGHOUT the many upgrades!  :) ; also the max pricing should be at the aforementioned $250.

it could be a pentium chip for all i care. the idea is basically to have a chip designed to provide the power needed for a gamer, and then some 

any workload or game must work without issue, just like the 8350.

i guess the best analogy is to say; the average gamer does not need an i7 PERIOD! no game to date needs that much power!

but if you tell him that the i5 is sufficient for his 'meaningless' hobby. he would most definitely feel that he has made a loss by buying a less powerful chip.

i hope i clarified that point. if you have a different take, please do share  :D

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I just want to know that the Over Clocking potential is for the 4790K   


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Why must these streams always be when I have to do other things!!!! First during school now during work. AAAAAAAAAAGGGHHHHHH


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I am attending as well. 2pm in my location.


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