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i9 10k CPU. When and how many cores ?

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I like a bunch of zero's under the CPU name.  10000k CPU the 9900k successor.  Will intel go into double digits with core count.  

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we have learn from the past, intel = toothpaste.

so it has to be refresh of current cpu, nothing new

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this is pretty much a useless fodder post. The "new" ones just came out, there wont be another set for months. its not really anything new, and if the 8 core showed what motherboard manufacturers are willing to do, the 10 core will not be good compared to the HEDT CPU's besides having a IGPU.

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18 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

I like a bunch of zero's under the CPU name.  10000k CPU the 9900k successor.  Will intel go into double digits with core count.  

i9 9990K - i9 9999X

i7 9770K - i9 9790K
i5 9670K - i5 9690K

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17 minutes ago, Shimejii said:

this is pretty much a useless fodder post. The "new" ones just came out, there wont be another set for months. its not really anything new, and if the 8 core showed what motherboard manufacturers are willing to do, the 10 core will not be good compared to the HEDT CPU's besides having a IGPU.

Well, I feel Intel rushed out their 9th gen processors to make a little bit more money before AMD released their Zen 2 CPUs, which can likely get much better gaming performance which is what Intel keeps advertising. They might release new CPUs in Q2/Late Q1 2018 so everyone doesn't just go buy the new Ryzen chips

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