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Use promo code GAMERDAYS49 for $30 off $399.99 = $369.99

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Intel Core i9-9900K Coffee Lake 8-Core, 16-Thread, 3.6 GHz (5.0 GHz Turbo) LGA 1151 (300 Series) 95W BX806849900K Desktop Processor Intel UHD Graphics 630

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I think he meant you can not upgrade further since intel no longer use 1151 socket in the following gen.
If you are going to buy CPU + mobo I'd skip this, it's a dead end route TBH.
iif you don't currently have a z370 or z390, then it is better to pick up a z490 mobo with a 10600k. That combo is going to be cheaper than if you buy this and a z370/z390 mobo. This is only a deal for those who currently have z370 or z390 mobo and 9600k or lower.

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Newegg has Intel Core i9-9900K Coffee Lake 8-Core, 16-Thread, 3.6 GHz (5.0 GHz Turbo) LGA 1151 (300 Series) 95W BX806849900K Desktop Processor Intel UHD Graphics 630 on sale for $369.99 after code.

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Any good motherboard deal to pair this with? Looking to upgrade a machine going on 5 years old
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Any good motherboard deal to pair this with? Looking to upgrade a machine going on 5 years old
If you are going to buy CPU + mobo I'd skip this, it's a dead end route TBH.
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Does this cpu need a special motherboard? Or any motherboard that support 9th gen is fine?
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If you are going to buy CPU + mobo I'd skip this, it's a dead end route TBH.
Because Ryzen?
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Because Ryzen?
I think he meant you can not upgrade further since intel no longer use 1151 socket in the following gen.
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Any good motherboard deal to pair this with? Looking to upgrade a machine going on 5 years old
With BF not far off you might find a good combo deal for AMD or Intel. That's the trend.
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Because Ryzen?
Yes that and "dead end route."
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Any good motherboard deal to pair this with? Looking to upgrade a machine going on 5 years old
iif you don't currently have a z370 or z390, then it is better to pick up a z490 mobo with a 10600k. That combo is going to be cheaper than if you buy this and a z370/z390 mobo. This is only a deal for those who currently have z370 or z390 mobo and 9600k or lower.
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I decided to bite. Since I'm already on Z390/9400F I can basically double my CPU score without having to upgrade the whole CPU/mobo/memory combo. With my usage that should last me a good 5-10 years, or until the mobo dies at least.
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Because Ryzen?
And the corresponding motherboards do not have pcie 4 for GPUs and the next gen gpu's will supposedly use it...we will know for sure tomorrow when Nvidia announces the new cards
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If you're gaming on 1440p it is on par with a 10900k if not only a little slower. https://www.gamersnexus.net/hwrev...benchmarks

it's totally worth it if you're only gaming. For workstations it may be better to get a Ryzen but if you're on a 370/390 board then it's totally the price.

I bought one from Microcenter at the same price up from a 9600k and I haven't looked back.
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