well nobody is saying its BAD, but we also all know that intel tries to get to 10nm since 2016 ish, they arent really with the 14nm just cuz they want... and the clock pumping is due to the refining, and it sure does make sense, but thats what they got to battle amd... it was never their main goal.Intel sticks with 14nm because that's where they really shine. The 10980xe, an 18 core 32 thread chip that can boost to 5ghz all cores on water. People think staying with 14nm is a bad thing and I understand how it could be in a way. But it's also a good thing IMO, because i'm going to be purchasing the last/latest revision of 14nm before going 10nm, because who knows how future 10nm frequency boosts will be affected. FYI comet lake 14nm 10core/20 thread desktop processors will be rumored to launch Q1 of 2020.
by that logic whoever bought skylake x like 2 weeks ago just bcuz it was the best option is a real looser now.If you can afford it now, buy it now. If you wait until Gen 10 is available, then ZOMG!!!! GEN 11 is right around the corner! Not only does it outperform Gen 10 by 200%, but it also makes coffee in the morning! [/SARCASM]
There's always going to be something new and better just around the corner. If you play the waiting game, you could be waiting forever.
If im being honest, these days intel chips run as hot as amd's. Even with Ryzen unless your going with threadripper a mid-tier after market cooler should work really well for the chipset.Thanks guys , i am not wanting to go AMD as their processors run cool but the boards overheat and cook the chipset ??
It ultimately depends on how you OC the thing, and what CPU are you using. If you're using an overclocked 12c 24t CPU on a budget B450 board... well, don't blame the board for overheating and cook itself, since the board never intended for that kind of load. But if you're using a 6c 12t CPU like ryzen 5 3600 on any B450 board, I think it would run just fine. If you're still not sure, you can use a top down CPU cooler to cool the VRMs a little bit more.Thanks guys , i am not wanting to go AMD as their processors run cool but the boards overheat and cook the chipset ??
best boards are always the Z series for intel, and X series for AMD.ok , so which boards are best for i7/i9 and ryz5/ryz7 3 gen ?
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