Videos[Video] What "Hanging on for Dear Life" Looks Like… Intel Core i9 10900K & i5 10600K Review 22nd May 2020 - by Jarvis - 32 Comments. Linus Tech Tips makes entertaining videos about technology, including tech reviews, showcases and other content. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)
32 Comments on “[Video] What "Hanging on for Dear Life" Looks Like… Intel Core i9 10900K & i5 10600K Review”
The cooler used for all testing was a Corsair H115i. This information should have made it onto the thermal graphs directly, but we missed it.
"AMD's 7nm node" AMD couldn't develop a modern process node if they poured all their R&D budget into it. Its TSMC's 7nm node
Hey linus not sure of you'll get this but I'm looking at buying a pre built gaming pc around £1000 roughly about $1400 do you have any existing vids about this process range? It will be my first pc and I wanna know how it handles before rushing I to it.
and now, we'll wait until the thing hit the shelves, and people are reporting that their 500W system won't boot with a 10900K in it.
Probably going to be 5000$ tho while AMD can get the same performance with a like 500$ price point lmao
Lmao i got a ad with linus with it XD
ok excuse me but 50$ for 3 pairs of underwear? xD
They need to add ++++++ to the name for maximum performance.
The 3900x is 100$ cheaper than the older 9900k, the 10900k will probably be even more expensive. And the performance gains are not really great, considering that GPU is mostly the limiting factor in gaming. And for the multithreaded workloads, Intel is just not better. The only reason why some people still buy Intel over AMD for video editing is probably Quick Sync. But then again, you can get similar performance with AMD through Daniel2 oder Voukoder Renderer Plugins. But tbh, I've been out the game for too long to know other reasons to buy Intel.
Was the title and the opening this video changed?????
Wtf with that beard bro..I tho it was another person..lol
If they can put 10 cores in 14nm and be all chill what can they do with 7????
No one ever mentions Ableton Live or any other Daw performance. Some of us out here making music and playing games instead of making videos.
AMD's 7nm node(X)
TSMC's 7nm node(√）
Ima wait for AMD 4th Gen.
Well, you have to give Intel some credit, still trying their best with what they got…..but is this the limit?
I just have 1 questions i wanna build a gaming streaming pc ideas??
50 quid for a pack of boxers 😭
so my i9 9900k got a r20 bench of 5327, no need to upgrade that i can see.
"Intel is measurably better for gaming!"
Proceeds to show a graph showing a 5FPS performance difference…
Watches Linus Tech Tips video
Honey Linus ad pops up
"I'm ok with this"
Literally the only good Honey ad out there. The other Youtuber ones are horrible quality and it's Linus, so win-win.
I hear the 11th gen will still be 14nm but but a different architecture. Then 12th gen will be 10nm as well with the expected DDR5 Ram
Lots of Intel shekel.
See if you can buy one of these anytime soon and at msrp. also i feel an amd price drop.
$500 CPU plus a new motherboard plus large $150+ cooler +/- larger power supply to get a few extra frames !! Do you think it still worth it
Basically a 9900ks with 2 extra cores. It is basically just binned.
if intel is pulling this off on 14nm i wonder how it will translate over to something like 7nm when they finally do that, we might have something insane on our hands haha
Is Linus taking a sign language course?
5Ghz… I was daily driving an overclocked i5-2500k for 5 odd years with no issues at 5.2Ghz (it's still in service with my parents now, though back on stock clocks). Feels wrong somehow that we're 10 years on from that and whilst we have more than double the cores, we have double the power consumption and still can't hit 5Ghz out of the box.
nm is a nm
the intro took me by surprise