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AMD Threadripper Price Revealed While Intel Core I9-9900K Perfomance Leaks



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We're gearing up for a summer CPU showdown in both mainstream and high -end arena's courtesy of new products from
 
AMD
and
 
Intel
and the last few days has seen yet more news and leaks about prices and performance. To start with, AMD's highly anticipated & nbsp; 2nd Gen Threadripper 32-core processor was listed at CanadaComputers (via Videocardz ) in a second-price leak, this time at around $ 1800 compared to roughly $ 1700 for the leak a month ago

AMD's 32-core Threadripper 2990X had it's price revealed at $ 2,399 CAD, equivalent to around $ 1,800. Videocardz

This might be a $ 100 price bump over the previous leak, but AMD is still in a favorable position compared to Intel's Core i9-7980XE which currently retails for $ 1,999, yet only has 18 cores versus the 32 offered by the Threadripper 2990X that we expect to launch soon.

The first performance leak of the Threadripper 2990X 32-core CPU reveals Cinebench performance Antony Leather

The performance of the 32-core monster has already surfaced as you can see in the graph below.
 

The details section also reveals some details about the specification, such as a massive 80MB cache and 250W TDP – the latter will mean the CPU will require some hefty cooling solutions.

We've also seen performance numbers surface for Intel's Core i9-9900K which is its first mainstream 8-core CPU. We've already learned it will likely reach 5GHz at stock speed, albeit on one or two of its eight cores, and my predictions were that it would be faster than AMD's Ryzen 7 2700X, with the latter competing with The Core i7-9700K instead in terms of price and performance.

It seems like this prediction is fairly accurate, with the 3DMark Timespy score leak for the Core i9-9900K, sitting at 10,719 (via TechSpot ). Digging around in the data reveals similar systems using AMD's Ryzen 7 2700X and Intel's Core i7-8700K and the results can be seen below.

The Core i9-9900K looks set to be the fastest mainstream desktop CPU Futuremark

] I would be more interested in seeing content creation and gaming benchmarks, but it gives at least some indication of what to expect with what will be Intel's fastest and most powerful ever mainstream desktop CPU. Just as interestingly, both it and the Core i7-9700K are rumored to have soldered heatspreaders too, which could improve overclocking performance.

I'll be taking a look at the new CPUs when they launch so be sure to follow me using the links below.

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We're gearing up for a summer CPU showdown in both mainstream and high-end arenas courtesy of new products from
  AMD
 
and
  Intel
 
and the last few days has seen yet more news and leaks about prices and performance. To start with, AMD's highly anticipated 2nd Gen Threadripper 32-core processor was listed at CanadaComputers (via Videocardz) at a second price leak, this time at around $ 1800 compared to roughly $ 1700 for the leak a month ago.

AMD's 32- core Threadripper 2990X had it price revealed at $ 2,399 CAD, equivalent to around $ 1,800. Videocardz

This might be a $ 100 price bump over the previous leak, but AMD is still in a favorable position compared to Intel's Core i9-7980XE , which currently retails for $ 1,999, yet only has 18 cores versus the 32 offered by the Threadripper 2990X that we expect to launch soon.

The first performance leak of the Threadripper 2990X 32-core CPU reveals Cinebench performance Antony Leather

The details section also reveals some details about the specification, such as a massive 80MB cache and 250W TDP – the latter will mean the CPU will require some hefty cooling solutions.

We've also seen performance numbers for Intel's Core i9-9900K, which its first mainstream 8-core CPU. We've already learned it will likely reach 5GHz at stock speed, though on one or two of its eight cores, and my predictions were that it would be faster than AMD's Ryzen 7 2700X, with the latter competing with the Core i7-9700K instead in terms of price and performance.

It seems like this prediction is fairly accurate, with the 3DMark Timespy score leak for the Core i9-9900K, sitting at 10,719 (via TechSpot). Digging around in the data reveals similar systems using AMD's Ryzen 7 2700X and Intel's Core i7-8700K and the results can be seen below.

The Core i9-9900K looks set to be the fastest mainstream desktop CPU Futuremark

] I would be more interested in seeing content creation and gaming benchmarks, but it gives at least some indication of what to expect with what will be Intel's fastest and most powerful ever mainstream desktop CPU. Just as interestingly, both it and the Core i7-9700K are rumored to have soldered heatspreaders too, which could improve overclocking performance.

I'll be taking a look at the new CPUs when they launch so be sure to follow me using the links below.


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