The rumors were (mostly) true: Intel has unveiled its first 9th-generation Core processors, aiming them at desktop-based enthusiasts. The updated CPUs ultimately represent a refinement of Intel’s existing 14-nanometer chips, but promise both more headroom for overclocking (thanks to new soldering), support for Optane-based memory sticks and hardware-level mitigations for Spectre and Meltdown attacks. Naturally, they also boast lots of cores — not as many as that 28-core Xeon, but you can still expect at least eight cores and the same 18 cores as last year in the flagship Core X model. The Core i9-9900K, meanwhile, is billed as the first “broad volume” processor to hit 5GHz.
, 2018-10-08 14:23:00
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