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Author Topic: Details of Intelís 9th-generation Core desktop processors leak  (Read 107 times)
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« on: August 13, 2018, 01:10:59 AM »
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Details of Intelís next generation of processors have leaked. Based on Intelís 14 nm manufacturing process, the collection includes 8 core and 6 core CPUs, including Core i9-9900K, the first mainstream desktop Core i9 chip.

The Core i9-9900K would feature  3.6 GHz processor that could be boosted to 4.7 GHz with all cores or 5 GHz with only 1-2 cores and would support up to 16 code threads.

The Core i7-9700K, on the other hand, would be the first mainstream 8 core processor. It would clock in at 3.6 GHz and could be boosted up to 4.6 GHz with all cores running or 4.9 GHz.

Less exciting would be a range of mid-tier Core i5-9600K processor with six cores, six threads, a 3.7GHz base clock and a 4.3GHz boost with all cores (4.6GHz with one).

See the details of the  full range, as leaked by wccftech.com, below:


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According to wccftech, the range will arrive on the 1st October,  with Intel planning a further refresh in 2019.

Read more detail about the range here.

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