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[AnandTech] Intel to Launch Core i9-9900KS Next Month: 5 GHz on All Cores


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At its pre-IFA press event, Intel confirmed that its new enthusiast-class Core i9-9900KS processor will launch in October. The CPU will be very similar to the Core i9-9900K introduced last year, but will feature a higher all-core Turbo frequency when it has sufficient cooling.

 

The Intel Core i9-9900KS will feature eight cores with Hyper-Threading running at 4.0 GHz base frequency and boosting all the way to 5.0 GHz on all cores, up 300 MHz from 4.7 GHz in case of the Core i9-9900K. Essentially, the new CPU is just an eight-core Coffee Lake Refresh silicon binned to hit higher clocks when cooling is good enough.

 

 

https://www.anandtech.com/show/14837/intel-core-i99900ks-5-ghz-on-all-cores-launches-next-month

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I'd be surprised if anyone buys this to be honest, almost all 9900Ks (not KS) can hit 5Ghz all core with the right cooling. And with the Ryzen 3000 series out...

 

I wonder if they are delaying their top performance consumer CPU category because their 10nm node isn't delivering an all-round better CPU in that segment?

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I'd be surprised if anyone buys this to be honest, almost all 9900Ks (not KS) can hit 5Ghz all core with the right cooling. And with the Ryzen 3000 series out...

 

I wonder if they are delaying their top performance consumer CPU category because their 10nm node isn't delivering an all-round better CPU in that segment?

 

10nm was a fail for Intel, I think we will only see the big guns come out once they get into 7nm

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