Intel Core i9 9980XE 18 Core CPU Review

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Intel Core i9-9980XE 18 Core CPU Review

Passmark

Despite the AIDA64 memory results looking impressive for the i9-9980XE, here in Passmark it doesn't seem to score as highly and this has a knock-on effect to the final score, which drops the new 18 core Intel offering down the graph somewhat. You can clearly see how weighted the memory scores are by the placing of the Ryzen CPUs here.

Intel Core i9-9980XE 18 Core CPU Review  

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02-12-2018, 15:47:23

AngryGoldfish
Those are insane temperatures. I mean, it's amazing that we've hit a temperature ceiling with something like a 360mm AIO at max fan speeds. It shows how Intel's CPUs scale with voltage and remain stable. But it feels like such a shame, like such an odd product.Quote

02-12-2018, 16:09:24

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
Those are insane temperatures. I mean, it's amazing that we've hit a temperature ceiling with something like a 360mm AIO at max fan speeds. It shows how Intel's CPUs scale with voltage and remain stable. But it feels like such a shame, like such an odd product.
Isn't it just a +++++++++++1wouldbuyagain refresh?Quote

02-12-2018, 16:24:32

Eddie long
I've watched a couple of overview/reviews of the 9980xe and they all come to similar conclusions as the boss , if you really want intel 18 core your better off with the 7980xe if pushing the clocks is your objective . And at least you can de lid the older one if your brave Quote

03-12-2018, 05:15:06

TH558
It's official.
Intel has lost the plot!Quote

04-12-2018, 04:56:00

MiNo
Quote:
Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
Those are insane temperatures. I mean, it's amazing that we've hit a temperature ceiling with something like a 360mm AIO at max fan speeds. It shows how Intel's CPUs scale with voltage and remain stable. But it feels like such a shame, like such an odd product.

How is 68 degrees insane?


If you complain that is gets hot when you start OC'ing then you are missing the point here. This is not a product made for manual OC'ing.


It seems to run perfectly fine, when used as intended.Quote
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