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News Intel has launched its 11th Gen Intel Core S-series desktop processors

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  1. bit-tech

    bit-tech Supreme Overlord Staff Administrator

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  2. ChaosDefinesOrder

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    "Intel is keen to point out that RKL-S introduces real-time memory overclocking"

    So it's covered by warranty in this Gen, right? It is an advertised feature after all...
     
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    Unless you accidentally send in a Ln2 pot in the RMA they won't notice anyway.
     
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    I7 and i9 both 8 core? What is the point of getting i9?
     
  5. Bloody_Pete

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    You don't want to risk not getting 5.3GHz?
     
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    They keep forgetting to mention... "new nsa engine" as well.
     
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    Suggested marketing slogan:

    "The only sub £1000 GPU you can actually buy, comes with a free CPU included"
     
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