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I want gen9 i7 on sale, damn it! I'll show myself out...
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Kool, Q-Flash Plus Update BIOS Without Installing CPU, Memory or GPU
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I want gen9 i7 on sale, damn it! I'll show myself out...
Why would want 8 core with no hyperthreading
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I like how Intel website shows Recommended customer price but then actual MSRP is above it laugh out loud

https://ark.intel.com/content/www...0-ghz.html

Recommended Customer Price $323.00 - $335.00
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I like how Intel website shows Recommended customer price but then actual MSRP is above it laugh out loud

https://ark.intel.com/content/www...0-ghz.html

Recommended Customer Price $323.00 - $335.00
So that makes the motherboard approx $180 in this deal
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Quick FYI, even though these motherboards support overclocking, you CANNOT overclock this chipset. You need to purchase the i7-10700K (with integrated graphics) or 10700KF (no integrated graphics) to overclock.
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So that makes the motherboard approx $180 in this deal
10700F no integrated graphics. Recommended Customer Price $298.00 - $310.00

https://ark.intel.com/content/www...0-ghz.html
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Quick FYI, even though these motherboards support overclocking, you CANNOT overclock this chipset. You need to purchase the i7-10700K (with integrated graphics) or 10700KF (no integrated graphics) to overclock.
Newegg has combos with the overclockable proc as well.
MSI MPG Z490 GAMING EDGE WIFI Motherboard, Intel i7-10700K Processor for $589.98
https://www.newegg.com/p/pl?N=100...rder=PRICE
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I like how Intel website shows Recommended customer price but then actual MSRP is above it laugh out loud

https://ark.intel.com/content/www...0-ghz.html

Recommended Customer Price $323.00 - $335.00
Customer price and retail price are different. Customer price is if you're a system integrator buying trays of 1000 or more CPUs to build and sell systems
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Rumor is that ASRock is looking to enable non-k overclocking on 10th Gen non-k chips. Getting this motherboard with an early BIOS revision would seem like a good way increase your chances of getting that as a potential bonus: https://www.pcgamer.com/asrock-fi...lake-cpus/
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Rumor is that ASRock is looking to enable non-k overclocking on 10th Gen non-k chips. Getting this motherboard with an early BIOS revision would seem like a good way increase your chances of getting that as a potential bonus: https://www.pcgamer.com/asrock-fi...lake-cpus/
Intel won't allow that companies have tried it before and Intel made them stop.
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Intel won't allow that companies have tried it before and Intel made them stop.
That's why I suggested an early board/BIOS is there best bet if you want to do it. Skylake was the last time board manufacturers did something similar, and while Intel made them stop, they can't take it away from people who avoid the updates that disable it. I still have my z170 ASRock board with a non-k OC BIOS running an i5 6400 at 4.5ghz.
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Because currently I have i3 that is pretty much enough for me and don't want to a buy new mobo.
It's overpriced atm. You should have upgraded back on black Friday when the 9700k was $299 at best buy.
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