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    X599 timeline?

    So I may just be missing this but ive been trying to find a rough timeline for when the X599 line will be released....can someone point me in the right direction? 3, 6, 12+ months?

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    Google Intel X599

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    Quote Originally Posted by G75rog View Post
    Google Intel X599
    As I mentioned, ive looked around already but havent been able to find anything. Theres tons of articles outlining the rumors about it coming but nothing i found that offered any timelines.

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    I had only X399 info , may help everyone here.

    *https://www.fool.com/investing/2018/...campaign=78888

    Glacier Fall platform available on Q3 2019 and backwards compatibility with our X299 (Many thank to AMD team a lot ).
    Long live my Core i9 7980XE ( 3 rd time rebranding 7980XE 9980XE and 10980XE same 18/36/24.75MB L3 cache top of R6E ).

    See you again on Rampage VII Extreme on Icelake X HEDT LGA4189 better choice on 2021 holidays

    Icelake was tick Microarchitect major jump *on performance just like Haswell and Skylake in the past.

    @lastest information from many developers around the planet
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    Icelake support *DDR5 6400MT/sec / PCIe 4.0 x 16 / 8 CH DDR5 / All AVX512 suite + SHA NI (Ryzen hash)
    8 General Counter / 4 Fixed / 4 Matrices VS Skylake X ( 4 General 3 Fixed 0 Matrices)
    Redesign L1 Data Cache 48K ( 32K Skylake X ) L2 cache 512KB / Thread VS (1MB /Core Skylake X )
    L3 cache can upto 2.75MB/Core (1.375MB Skylake X)
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    Last edited by restsugavan; 11-20-2018 at 03:20 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by restsugavan View Post
    I had only X399 info , may help everyone here.

    *https://www.fool.com/investing/2018/...campaign=78888

    Glacier Fall platform available on Q3 2019 and backwards compatibility with our X299 (Many thank to AMD team a lot ).
    Long live my Core i9 7980XE ( 3 rd time rebranding 7980XE 9980XE and 10980XE same 18/36/24.75MB L3 cache top of R6E ).

    See you again on Rampage VII Extreme on Icelake X HEDT LGA4189 better choice on 2021 holidays

    Icelake was tick Microarchitect major jump *on performance just like Haswell and Skylake in the past.

    @lastest information from many developers around the planet
    *
    Icelake support *DDR5 6400MT/sec / PCIe 4.0 x 16 / 8 CH DDR5 / All AVX512 suite + SHA NI (Ryzen hash)
    8 General Counter / 4 Fixed / 4 Matrices VS Skylake X ( 4 General 3 Fixed 0 Matrices)
    Redesign L1 Data Cache 48K ( 32K Skylake X ) L2 cache 512KB / Thread VS (1MB /Core Skylake X )
    L3 cache can upto 2.75MB/Core (1.375MB Skylake X)
    ***
    So, 2021-ish? Thanks! Makes my holiday shopping a lot easier this year lol

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