Intel Reportedly Delays 10th Gen Core X Series, Placing It Directly Against Threadripper 3000

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VideoCardz had reported that Intel would be launching its Cascade Lake-X parts next week, but those plans may have changed. According to a new report from the Asian trade, Intel has delayed its new Core X parts to November 25. AMD is supposedly launching its new Threadripper 3000 products around November 19, which could pose a problem to Intel (18 core vs. 24 core).

Intel without a doubt is still waiting for AMD to release first Threadripper 3000 information. It is expected that AMD will make public announcement on November 5th. AMD already announced a new “Meet the Experts” webinar dedicated to “the Future of High-End Desktop” for November 6th, which furthers reassures our claim.


Tsing Mui
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