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Intel Core 10th Gen Unlocked Desktop Processor: i9-10900 $340, i9-10850K EXPIRED

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#106
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So only thing holding me back is the additional costs this would incur with new MB, WiFi card if not included, and TPM module.

Does anyone know if Intel processors include software/firmware TPM. Much like the Ryzen processor which feature fTPM making it so it doesn't require having to buy a separate TPM module.
IIRC as long as the motherboard supports Intel Platform Trust Technology there's no need for a discrete TPM module.
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Awesome prices on the CPU's . But wtf happened to motherboard prices? How are some of them the same price as the cpu or only $50 cheaper.
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Amen brother.

I'm just gonna slap down the $$$ now for this beast and wait for a Mobo deal now. Nothing good on B&H it seems.

I got the power supply last October
Yeah, that was my thought process. I jumped on this deal, and will look around for a mb
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Im pissed

i bought the 10850K like 5 months ago from ebay for $420 plus tax and thought i got an amazing deal at the time. coulda waited. and saved over $100 because BH wouldnt charge me tax.
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Rocket late is coming, so price down.
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IMO not worth an upgrade from 8700k I currently have, considering MOBO upgrade needed on top.
5-10% gain at most for gaming. Better wait for next generation.
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Im pissed

i bought the 10850K like 5 months ago from ebay for $420 plus tax and thought i got an amazing deal at the time. coulda waited. and saved over $100 because BH wouldnt charge me tax.
No you are not. You enjoyed the fastest gaming CPU for 5 months, and now in one month the new Rocket Lake would be out. In my math, that is perfectly fine.
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Still the best gaming CPUs. Expecting down votes from AMD homers who don't realize the difference between raw benchmark and gaming benchmarks.
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I got 2 opened boxes ASUS ROG Maximus XII Hero Z490 from Amazon for $208 each ($399 new).
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I currently have i7-4770K, and I have 4 cpu cores and max of 32GB. This works but I need to upgrade to get more cpu cores and more memory. My main purpose is to run a bunch of VMs and containers on a single PC. To get more cpu cores and be able to have up to 128GB memory, would the i9-10850K be a good buy for my use-case?
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The 10700k at this price is pretty crazy 8 core 8 thread up to 5.2 ghz and overclockable. Unless you specifically have higher workload uses 8 cores is a pretty good place to be right now, 6 fast cores is generally peak currently, so you have a bit of headroom.
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I currently have i7-4770K, and I have 4 cpu cores and max of 32GB. This works but I need to upgrade to get more cpu cores and more memory. My main purpose is to run a bunch of VMs and containers on a single PC. To get more cpu cores and be able to have up to 128GB memory, would the i9-10850K be a good buy for my use-case?
I have multiple programs running on the main window and 4 VM. It's running pretty smooth and plenty of CPU available.
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Hey guys/experts, Just bought 10850K, my goal is to build a pc which can run 6 to 8 1440p monitors. And not gaming, so any recommendations on mother board and graphics cards please? Thanks!
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I have multiple programs running on the main window and 4 VM. It's running pretty smooth and plenty of CPU available.
Sure, but by the time you have applications (nginx/apache/proxy/db ... etc) running in containers and these containers distributed amongst all those four VMs, you'll have resource bottlenecks for such workloads. Don't you think?
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Forgive the crazy question - Anyone know how the i9 compares to an M1? My main use case is for video transcoding using handbrake/ffmpeg. With ATSC 3.0 coming out, I need to prepare for 4K.
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