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Since then, at the CES show in January this year, Intel released the Core 9 generation processor without nuclear display, but the complete layout of the 9th generation Core processor has not been completed until today. Intel officially released the Core 9 mobile version. It has also been upgraded to 8 cores and 16 threads and 5GHz acceleration frequency, making it the strongest mobile processor in history. In addition, the desktop version of the Core 9 generation of non-K series has also been completed, 35W TDP low-power T series, 54W TDP Pentium / Celeron series, 65W Core i7/i5/i3 are also in place.
Intel released 6 mobile versions of the Core 9 processor, and the desktop version is 25, plus 6 processors that are currently available (the Core i3-8100F has no information, this release is not), There are almost 40 models in the Core 9 series, and the layout of the mobile and desktop versions is basically complete.
The current nine-generation Core desktop processor lineup
Mobile version of the nine-generation Core processor: 8 core 5GHz is no longer desktop exclusive
The mobile version of the Core 9 processor is the focus of this release, mainly Core i9-9980HK, Core i9-9980H, Core i7-9850H, Core i7-9750H, Core i5-9400H and Core i5-9300H, basically and currently The Core 8 generation mobile version corresponds one by one. Two of the Core i9s are 8-core and 16-threaded, while the top model Core i9-9980HK has a base frequency of 2.4GHz and the acceleration frequency has reached 5GHz. The specifications are not lost to the desktop version of the 9th generation Core - of course, due to TDP 45W The limit, in fact, the full load frequency will obviously be reduced, such an 8-core 5GHz processor is a test of the thermal design capabilities of notebook manufacturers.
The mainstream game is obviously using the Core i7-9750H. Its status is similar to the current Core i7-8750H. Both models are 6-core and 12-threaded, but the speed of the Core i7-9750H is increased to 4.5GHz, which is 4.1GHz higher than the 8750H. Be high.
Desktop version of the nine-generation Core processor: 35W low power, 54W Pentium / Celeron and 65W Core Completion
The previous version of the desktop version of the nine-generation Core processor has been issued K-series and non-nuclear version, the 25 desktop version of the Core 9 generation of processors released this time to fill the low-end market and low-power version of the vacancy.
The Core i9 series has a new Core i9-9900 with 8 cores and 16 threads. It is worth mentioning that it not only drops the TDP to 65W, but also accelerates to 5GHz. The base frequency is 3.1GHz, which is 500MHz lower than the 9000GHz at 9900K. However, the price has also dropped from 488 US dollars to 439 US dollars. Considering the acceleration frequency is more meaningful, this processor is worthy of attention.
The Core i7 series has added the Core i7-9700 and the Coreless i7-9700F, which are all 8-core and 8-threaded. The base frequency is 3.0GHz and the acceleration frequency is 4.7GHz. The price is 323 USD.
Core i5 series has added Core i5-9600, Core i5-9500, Core i5-9500F three, are 6 core 6 threads, Core i5-9600 frequency 3.1 to 4.6GHz, priced at 213 US dollars, and the latter two are 3.0 to 4.4 GHz, priced at $ 192.
The Core i3 series has added the Core i3-9350K/9320/9300/9100/9100F, which we mentioned before the Core i3-9350K. Although this processor is 4 cores and 4 threads, the frequency is 4.0 to 4.0 GHz. Regardless of the fundamental frequency or the acceleration frequency is good, and does not lock the frequency, it is worthy of attention.
There are 9 members in the low-power T series, including the Core i9-9900T until the Core i3-9100T, TDP 35W, but the core number has not changed, the highest still has 8 cores and 16 threads, but the frequency is greatly reduced, but the i9-9900T The acceleration frequency is still 4.4GHz, which can be considered for the intention of building a low-power platform.
Celeron and Pentium in the 9th generation processor family have also been released, the lowest 2 cores and 2 threads, the highest 2 cores and 4 threads, no TB acceleration, Celeron G4930T is low power, 35W TDP, frequency is only 3.0GHz, other 54W/ The 58W version can reach a maximum frequency of 4GHz, such as the Pentium G5620, which costs $86. However, in the current situation, it is difficult to reproduce the glory of the original G4560 cabbage artifact, unless the price of the film can be restored to the previous level.