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i7 6950X (10 core) officially leaked on Intel's website

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3 minutes ago, Orangeator said:

But can it run Crysis? 

Yes, even in a software renderer. That's how powerful this chip is.

 

10 cores * 3.3*10^9 Hz(all cores active boost is lower than the rated)

* 2 ops per clock (fma) * 256 bits per vector / 32 bits per datem = 528GFlops. That's also ignoring that you could use the dedicated FPU as well in each (just change 256 to 288 which brings us to 594GFlops).


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1 hour ago, NumLock21 said:

$1,000 dollar cpu started with the Pentium 4 Extreme Edition, and it's been like this for all of the other extreme editions that comes after. Now Intel has broken their tick tock cycle as well as their $1k price tag tradition for their ee cpus. What's next? 4 cpu optimizations and a $2k ee cpu? Screw this crap.

 

lol

Intel has done $1500 extreme edition before: Core 2 Quad QX9775, http://ark.intel.com/products/34692


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18 minutes ago, patrickjp93 said:

Yeah, that's how Intel does their enumeration all over their ark site. Though be aware that top boost clock only applies when 1-2 cores of the 10 will be active. With all of them up, I'd be surprised if it broke 3.2-3.3.

Hmm....

4 GHz

Challenge accepted!

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Just now, DEcobra11 said:

Hmm....

4 GHz

Challenge accepted!

(snip)

Why did you put an Intel stock cooler on the FX 9590? It was never going to survive like that :(


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Just now, patrickjp93 said:

Yes, even in a software renderer. That's how powerful this chip is.

Lol, I know, I was just being sarcastic. However I am curious to see how a pair of 2670's stack up against this beast in multi threaded work loads, as the current best i7 gets its butt handed to it.

 

i7-5960x general multi threaded benchmark: https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Core+i7-5960X+%40+3.00GHz&id=2332 ($1,000)

Dual E5-2670's general multi threaded benchmark: https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Xeon+E5-2670+%40+2.60GHz&id=1220&cpuCount=2 ($140 for both)


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2 minutes ago, Orangeator said:

Lol, I know, I was just being sarcastic. However I am curious to see how a pair of 2670's stack up against this beast in multi threaded work loads, as the current best i7 gets its butt handed to it.

 

i7-5960x general multi threaded benchmark: https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Core+i7-5960X+%40+3.00GHz&id=2332 ($1,000)

Dual E5-2670's general multi threaded benchmark: https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Xeon+E5-2670+%40+2.60GHz&id=1220&cpuCount=2 ($140 for both)

16 cores vs. 8 and you expected the 8 to fare well? And you will not be able to pick up 2 of them for $140.


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14 minutes ago, aakopa said:

Intel has done $1500 extreme edition before: Core 2 Quad QX9775, http://ark.intel.com/products/34692

That's a xeon rebadged to Core i7 for their dual cpu gaming platform, SkullTrail. Single socket EE has always been $1,000 dollars.


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Just now, patrickjp93 said:

16 cores vs. 8 and you expected the 8 to fare well?

That wasn't my point. My point was if someone is buying this new CPU and has a smaller budget (well enough to purchase this but it isn't unlimited) and his sole purpose was for multi threaded tasks... Which would be better for the money?

 

Also yeah I kinda did considering the CPU is $1,000, and the other two are $140 combined...


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Just now, Orangeator said:

That wasn't my point. My point was if someone is buying this new CPU and has a smaller budget (well enough to purchase this but it isn't unlimited) and his sole purpose was for multi threaded tasks... Which would be better for the money?

 

Also yeah I kinda did considering the CPU is $1,000, and the other two are $140 combined...

Where the Hell are you getting them for $140?


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3 hours ago, asim1999 said:

Certainly will!

I am currently on X99 but might switch to AMD in the coming years if the CPUs and motherboards are up to snuff 

It's more likely AMD's AM4 and beyond will be more bleeding edge than current Intel platforms. Intel will be attempting to catch up in that regard while AMD is surely going to plan on using everything they can to sell the new architecture to everyone.

 

 

For example, I believe AM4 will have the most recent Thunderbolt, USB 3.1+, etc.

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14 minutes ago, patrickjp93 said:

Why did you put an Intel stock cooler on the FX 9590? It was never going to survive like that :(

Ooh. Burn. 


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1 minute ago, Ren said:

It's more likely AMD's AM4 and beyond will be more bleeding edge than current Intel platforms. Intel will be attempting to catch up in that regard while AMD is surely going to plan on using everything they can to sell the new architecture to everyone.

 

 

For example, I believe AM4 will have the most recent Thunderbolt, USB 3.1+, etc.

I doubt AMD will have direct TB3 support. Probably via 3rd party add-in chips. That said, huh?! The enthusiast socket for Skylake-E is the same they'll use for the new Purley platform that will have pin capabilities to have iGPU, FPGA, DSP, and other embedded accelerators on the package. There will also be capabilities for HMC and HBM caches. How do you expect AM4 to be more advanced than that. No one comes from this far behind and leapfrogs the frontrunner in one go.


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I just want some good mid to high end sub $130 cpus...I can dream :'( 


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8 minutes ago, patrickjp93 said:

I doubt AMD will have direct TB3 support. Probably via 3rd party add-in chips. That said, huh?! The enthusiast socket for Skylake-E is the same they'll use for the new Purley platform that will have pin capabilities to have iGPU, FPGA, DSP, and other embedded accelerators on the package. There will also be capabilities for HMC and HBM caches. How do you expect AM4 to be more advanced than that. No one comes from this far behind and leapfrogs the frontrunner in one go.

Do you think Skylake-E is still due in Q1/Q2(early)?

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1 minute ago, SurvivorNVL said:

Do you think Skylake-E is still due in Q1/Q2(early)?

Yes in 2017 as Broadwell E is due by Computex 


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15 minutes ago, patrickjp93 said:

Where the Hell are you getting them for $140?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Xeon-E5-2670-2-60GHz-20MB-Cache-8GT-s-LGA2011-8-Core-CPU-Processor-SR0H8-/151910033172?hash=item235e8b2714:g:Y3IAAOSwxN5WZ5EM

 

$150. 

 

I'm saying nothing about the CPU, just saying that this CPU with this vendor have been floating around here the last couple weeks.

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8 minutes ago, patrickjp93 said:

Where the Hell are you getting them for $140?

They are all over eBay for $69 each. http://www.ebay.com/itm/SR0KX-INTEL-XEON-E5-2670-8-CORE-2-60GHz-20M-8GT-s-115W-PROCESSOR-CPU-/281889330127?hash=item41a1e9d3cf:g:IckAAOSwzhVWrZBO

 

However, if i wanted to beat the 6950x in multi threaded workloads, I would go all out and do it in style.

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Xeon-E5-2695-v4-ES-2-0-2-5GHz-18C-LGA2011-3-Broadwell-CPU-/281988420256?hash=item41a7d1d2a0:g:YW8AAOSwLpdW-ysx

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Xeon-E5-2686-v3-ES-CPU-2-0GHz-18-Core-Max-3-5GHz-Close-to-E5-2699-v3-SR1XD-/272198983382?hash=item3f6052ded6:g:3G0AAOSwr7ZW70uo

 

Some of the ES Xeons can be overclocked depending on the board (EVGA X99 classy can overclock them, for example) so assuming you had a cooler capable of taking these to 4ghz without smokey the bear getting up in your face about it, it would be funny to bench. Besides. Who would buy the 6950x if lifting was their main goal? If you want lifters, get a Xeon, plain and simple.


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9 minutes ago, MageTank said:

They are all over eBay for $69 each. http://www.ebay.com/itm/SR0KX-INTEL-XEON-E5-2670-8-CORE-2-60GHz-20M-8GT-s-115W-PROCESSOR-CPU-/281889330127?hash=item41a1e9d3cf:g:IckAAOSwzhVWrZBO

 

However, if i wanted to beat the 6950x in multi threaded workloads, I would go all out and do it in style.

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Xeon-E5-2695-v4-ES-2-0-2-5GHz-18C-LGA2011-3-Broadwell-CPU-/281988420256?hash=item41a7d1d2a0:g:YW8AAOSwLpdW-ysx

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Xeon-E5-2686-v3-ES-CPU-2-0GHz-18-Core-Max-3-5GHz-Close-to-E5-2699-v3-SR1XD-/272198983382?hash=item3f6052ded6:g:3G0AAOSwr7ZW70uo

 

Some of the ES Xeons can be overclocked depending on the board (EVGA X99 classy can overclock them, for example) so assuming you had a cooler capable of taking these to 4ghz without smokey the bear getting up in your face about it, it would be funny to bench. Besides. Who would buy the 6950x if lifting was their main goal? If you want lifters, get a Xeon, plain and simple.

Huh... Neat! Well, I always do custom water cooling (school desktop being an exception since it moves into a storage locker and out every 5 months), so that's really not an issue.

 

Is there a list of the ones that will overclock?


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16 minutes ago, patrickjp93 said:

Huh... Neat! Well, I always do custom water cooling (school desktop being an exception since it moves into a storage locker and out every 5 months), so that's really not an issue.

 

Is there a list of the ones that will overclock?

Mostly only higher end really expensive xeons are overclockable. 


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4 minutes ago, Orangeator said:

Mostly only higher end really expensive xeons are overclockable. 

Actually it's usually the 1600 series, or the 1-socket ones, which is a bummer.


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