Intel core i9 is here
American chip maker Intel has unveiled it’s first 9th-generation Core processors, aiming them at desktop-based heavy gamers. Intel revealed its new Core i9-9900K, which Intel says Intel core i9 “the best gaming processor in the world. Period.” The i9-9900K offers eight cores and 16 threads, clocked at base frequency of 3.6 GHz, which can be boosted up to 5.0 GHz.
Alongside the new Intel Core i9 processor, Intel is likewise declaring new ninth Gen Core i5 and Core i7 model. The i7-9700K with eight centers and eight strings, and base 3.6 GHz clock speed (which can be helped to 4.9 GHz); and the i5-9600K.
THE NEW CHIPS ARE STILL BASED ON INTEL’S 14NM PROCESSOR
In spite of Intel hopping ahead to its ninth Gen, the new chips are based off Intel’s current 14nm process. The organization has been utilizing it as far back as the fifth Gen Broadwell chips in 2014.
The ninth Gen chips are utilizing Intel’s 14nm++ procedure that it presented a year ago. Intel proceeding to postpone creation of its cutting edge 10nm Cannon Lake chips until 2019.
Intel knows its first work area processors to have problems. Especially for the Meltdown Variant 3 and L1 Terminal Fault issues.
Preorders for the ninth Gen chips open today, with the processors set to deliver on October nineteenth. The Intel Core i9-9900K is set to cost $488, the i7-9700K will cost $373, and the i5-9600K will set you back $262