Podcast #471 - Intel Coffee Lake, Lenovo ThinkPad, and more!

Subject: General Tech | October 12, 2017 - 01:04 PM |
Tagged: Z390, Z370, windows 10 mobile, video, ThinkPad Anniversary Edition 25, Thinkpad, strix, Q370, Q360, podcast, Mechwarrior, maximus x, Lenovo, Hydro 750W, H370, H310, GTX 1070Ti, fsp, evga, enermax, edge, coffee lake, B360, asus

PC Perspective Podcast #471 - 10/12/17

Join us for discussion on Intel Coffee Lake, Lenovo ThinkPad, and more!

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Hosts: Josh Walrath, Jermey Hellstrom, Ken Addison, Sebastian Peak

Peanut Gallery: Alex Lustenberg

Program length: 1:40:25

Podcast topics of discussion:
  1. Week in Review:
        1. 6.8Ghz under load
  2. News items of interest:
      1. Consumer: H310, H370, and B360
      2. Server / Workstation Q370 and Q360
      3. Maybe a Z390 to replace Z370?
      1. ICQ is still around though! With stickers!
  3. Hardware/Software Picks of the Week
  4. Closing/outro



Video News

October 12, 2017 | 04:10 PM - Posted by LotsOfInterestingNewsOnTheInterwebsLately (not verified)

TechReport's take(1) on Intel no longer publishing all core turbo-clock metrics. And It looks like Intel's 14nm++ process is not producing enough die yields where the cores can be all core turbo-clocked as high as Intel wanted. Maybe this has somthing to do with Intel's pulling Coffee Lake's release date in sooner and Intel just did not have enough time to get its over all yield of dies that have better overall all core turbo-clockimg ability in sufficient numbers for release.

AdoredTV also has an interesting video where AdoredTV rates the reviewers' Coffee lake reviews because the Coffee lake benchmark results across various review sites have had a bit too much variability with their respective Coffee lake benchmarking results.

One thing is for sure Intel's is still pivoting in its reply to AMD's Ryzen/Threadripper competition and that GF 12nm process node bump from its current 14nm process may see any Zen+ clocks catching up of getting damn close to what Intel is getting with its 14nm++ process. Some Very Interesting times ahead.


"On Intel's Decision to no Longer Disclose All-core Turbo"


October 12, 2017 | 04:12 PM - Posted by LotsOfInterestingNewsOnTheInterwebsLately (not verified)

Edit: TechReport's take
to: TechPowerUp's take

Damn Brain not Working on all cores!

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