Sep 25, 2017 · Intel Core i9 review: We test the massive 18-core Core i9-7980X and 16-core Core i9-7960X Intel strikes back against AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper with its thundrous, core-crammed CPUs.
Jun 19, 2019 · Meet the Intel Core i9-9900K, Team Blue’s first-ever mainstream octa-core processor complete with 16-threads. Read our Intel Core i9-9900K review to find out if it's the right one for you.
May 20, 2020 · The Core i9-10900K's ten cores and 20 threads operate at a 3.7 GHz base frequency when all cores are loaded, but that can improve to 4.8 GHz via the normal Turbo Boost, and up to 4.9 GHz via Intel ...
Intel Core i9-10850K CPU Review: Cheaper, but Nearly Identical Gaming to 10900K Comet Lake gets a price drop disguised as a new chip By Paul Alcorn 04 September 2020
Sep 10, 2019 · Read our full Intel Core i9-10900K review for the full breakdown. Update: The Intel Core i9-9900K has seen a massive price cut since its original release, dropping from £600 to as little as £485.
The Intel Core i9-10850K is the company's latest Comet Lake processor. It's just 100 MHz slower than the Core i9-10900K flagship, but much more affordable, and with better availability. In our i9-10850K review, we're taking a close look at both gaming and application performance to determine whether it's a good alternative to the i9-10900K.
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In our Core i9-10900 review we're taking a close look at what can be gained from unlocking the power limit of this 65 W processor. Results are impressive: up to 40% faster apps and performance that rivals the Core i9-10900K at much lower pricing, but heat output is increased, too.
Mar 15, 2019 · Intel Core i9-9900KF. We covered the Core i9-9900K in our original review, so head there for deeper analysis of its architecture. Just like that CPU, the -9900KF is manufactured on Intel's 14nm ...
May 20, 2020 · Intel's Core i9-10900K 10th gen processor. Antony Leather. Today Intel has finally allowed me to talk about the performance of it's new 10th Generation processors and specifically in this review ...
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For most people, a Core i7 processor should be powerful enough. With Intel’s 9th-generation CPUs, the Core i7-9700K has the same eight cores as the 9900K, a frequency that almost matches it (and often can with a little overclocking) and has comparable performance in games and more limited-thread tasks. It’s the lack of hyperthreading which most separates them, giving the 9900K support for up to 16 threads at a time and noticeably improved multithreaded performance.Other Core i9 CPUs like the...
The most modest of Intel’s current Core i7 CPUs is the 8th-generation Core i7-8700, which comes with six cores, supports 12 threads, and a maximum turbo frequency of 4.6GHz. There’s also a “K” version of that same chip, which has a higher base frequency and can turbo up to 4.7GHz. However, the main differentiating factor is that it has an unlocked multiplier, so it can be overclocked more easily. If that’s not something you’re interested in, the 8700 will perform much the same out of the box....
Intel most recent CPU releases have all been mobile offerings, from the impressively-capable 9th-generation Core i7 and Core i9 chips, to the latest 10nm Ice Lake, 10th-generation CPUs that started shipping in August, 2019. The former starts with the six-core, 12 thread Core i7-9750H, which can boost up to 4.5GHz, and maxes out with the stupendously powerful Core i9-9980HK which has a full eight-cores and 16 threads and a maximum single core turbo speed of 5.0GHz. These were the first mobile...
If the price tags and features of the Core i7 and Core i9 CPUs seem a little overkill for what you’re planning to use them for, you’re in luck. Intel has a host of more affordable and modest options for you to pick from. They’re typically called Core i5 CPUs, and they offer most of the performance capabilities of the entry-level Core i7 CPUs for even less.At the $200-$300 mark you might want to consider AMD’s Ryzen CPUs too. They have the kind of core counts you’d only typically see with Core...
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