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Intel released its latest 9th generation Core including the best game processor Core i9-9900K

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2018/10/9 0:03:35     readed:582

In addition to the new Core i9processorIntel also announced the launch of the new 9th generation Core i5 and Core i7, with i7-9700K with 8 cores and 8 threads, basic 3.6 GHz clock speed up to 4.9 GHz), and i5-9600K offering six cores and six The thread has a base rate of 3.7 GHz and can be boosted to 4.6 GHz.

Although Intel has used the ninth generation of titles, the new chip is still based on Intel's existing 14nm process, and the company has used this process to launch the fifth generation of Broadwell chips as early as 2014. The 9th generation chip uses Intel's 14nm ++ process of the 8th generation of the Coffee chip last year, and Intel continues to postpone its true next-generation 10nm Cannon Lake chip until 2019.

The 9th generation Core processor is available for pre-sale today and will ship on October 19. The price of these chips is much lower than Intel's expensive Core X: Core i9-9900K is priced at $488, i7-9700K is priced at $373, and i5-9600K is priced at $262. But Intel has not given up on its high-end users: the company also announced updates to its Core X-series processor lineup, the new Core i7 X-Series, Core i9 X-Series and Core i9 Extreme processors based on Intel 14nm++. Like the first-generation Core i9 Extreme, the new model continues to offer 18 cores and 36 threads - still the best in the Intel consumer lineup.

Intel today announced the launch of seven new Core X chips, which will be available in November. These include the Core i9-9980XE - the aforementioned 18-core/36-thread Core i9 Extreme model with a maximum clock speed of 4.5 GHz and a price of $1979. There are also five conventional Core i9 X-series chips ranging from the $1,684 16-core/32-thread Core i9-9960X to the 10-core/20-thread Core I9-9820X, and the basic Core i7-9800X model. 8 cores and 16 threads, priced at $ 589.

For professional users who need more performance, Intel announced the launch of the new 28-core and 56-thread unlocked Intel Xeon W-3175X processor with a base clock speed of 3.1 GHz and a maximum of 4.3 GHz, and will be available later this December. For sale. No price has been announced yet.

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