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Posted by: Anonymousgg
« on: March 20, 2021, 12:41:24 »

They needed to do something like this, because otherwise there is not much difference between the i7-11700K and i9-11900K. They create a 10% gap with clock speeds, assuming you have a good cooler and don't care about power consumption. That's enough to beat Zen 3, barely. It's good for the CPU market.
Posted by: _MT_
« on: March 20, 2021, 09:55:11 »

Instead of designing them more efficient, Intel is pushing the raw power to the limits just to squeeze a bit more performance. That's so lame and uninspiring. They really need to brush off the brains they have or find new brains, and revamp the engineering, marketing teams.
For one, processor design takes a lot of time. What they start today will be on the market years down the line (I expect something like five years and at least three). And their real problem is manufacturing. It's really tough if you design a processor for a planned superior manufacturing process and then you have to make do with an inferior process because the manufacturing team couldn't deliver.

I don't expect Intel to abandon these high frequencies unless they come up with a radically different design that can't reach them.
Posted by: Anon456
« on: March 20, 2021, 00:37:17 »

Instead of designing them more efficient, Intel is pushing the raw power to the limits just to squeeze a bit more performance. That's so lame and uninspiring. They really need to brush off the brains they have or find new brains, and revamp the engineering, marketing teams.
Posted by: havefun
« on: March 19, 2021, 17:26:15 »

Stop this madness, intel's reactors are cause of global warming....
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: March 19, 2021, 13:36:30 »

Intel recently unveiled yet another boost technology set to debut exclusively on its top-tier Rocket Lake S i9-11900K CPU. Adaptive Boost will allow the processor to hit up to 5.1 GHz on all cores, assuming cooling is up to snuff and temperatures are below 70 degrees C.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-s-new-Adaptive-Boost-technology-will-allow-the-Rocket-Lake-S-Core-i9-11900K-and-11900KF-to-hit-5-1-GHz-on-all-eight-cores.528430.0.html

 
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