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Old 07-29-2018, 06:46 PM   #11
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Intel 8700K all the way!
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Old 07-29-2018, 09:52 PM   #12
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Intel 8700K all the way!
If you are not intending to overclock the i7 8700 is just as good but cheaper.
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Old 07-30-2018, 03:14 AM   #13
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If you are not intending to overclock the i7 8700 is just as good but cheaper.
I disagree that it is just as good, but would agree that it is probably 98% as good.

The base clock frequency on the 8700k is 500MHz higher than the regular 8700, and the max turbo is also 100MHz higher. While this is not a huge difference, it is a measurable difference, meaning there will be a slight speed difference
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Old 07-30-2018, 09:35 AM   #14
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I disagree that it is just as good, but would agree that it is probably 98% as good.
I agree with you for 98% :) Eventhough there is a small difference I doubt you would notice in real life use, the 8700k is a very popular processor but if you don't plan to overclock it's a waste of potential and then you might think about getting the 8700 instead.
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Old 07-30-2018, 11:27 AM   #15
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I plan to build a PC for myself and its a 8700k I will be getting, it will be plenty fast for me.
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If you have not done it yet and can wait a few months then the i9 9900K would be the one to get I think. An 8700K with 2 more cores.
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If you have not done it yet and can wait a few months then the i9 9900K would be the one to get I think. An 8700K with 2 more cores.
Thanks Ron, I'm in no big rush, might just do that.
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I agree with Ron on that. Hold off. I'm waiting until Tiger Lake comes out with Spectre and Meltdown being completely removed. Plus there will be an on dye voltage regulator added. Many of the changes slated for Skylake were held off to Tiger Lake due to the 10nm process delay.
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I agree with Ron on that. Hold off.
Thanks Jerry, are we talking Sept/Oct before the new chips are available and would the Z370 Taichi be compatible?
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Since the 9900k is still a Coffee Lake chip, it should.
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