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Intel Core i9 Extreme Edition Processor

Intel Core i9 Extreme Edition Processor

Intel’s New Core i9 Processor Will Be More Powerfull!
Intel Core i9 – 7980XE will be fastest consumer processor on the market when it will be launched because it’s an 18-core monster and has a TPU of 165 Watts, which is a lot compared to existing Intel’s CPUs.

All of the i9 chips feature base clock speeds of 3.3GHz, reaching up to 4.3GHz dual-core speeds with Turbo Boost 2.0 and 4.5GHz with Turbo Boost 3.0. And speaking of TurboBoost 3.0, its performance has also been improved in the new Extreme Edition chips to increase both single and dual-core speeds. Rounding out the X-Series family are the quad-core i5-7640X and i7 models in 4-, 6- and 8-core models.

Well, a few days ago we have seen US chip maker Intel planning a major change to their processor lineup and will launch Intel Core i9 processor which will be based on the Skylake-X architecture.

Whether you are working on your latest feature film or the next episode of a YouTube* series, the unlocked Intel ® Core™ X-Series processors are designed to scale to your performance needs by using the two fastest cores at higher frequencies and up to 18 cores when extreme mega-tasking is required. Experience extreme performance, immersive 4K visuals, high-speed storage and memory, and the latest technological advancements – all designed to get you from planning to final product faster than ever.

The Core X platform is being targeted squarely at enthusiast customers like gamers and content creators — people who want to be able to run the latest games at the best possible resolution while streaming footage and running a chat with viewers or have four different creative tools open at once to put together a new blog.

When creating your best work, you need the most responsive technology to handle multiple, CPU-intensive tasks at once. With an Intel ® Core X-Series processor, you can edit your video, render 3D effects, and compose the soundtrack simultaneously without compromising your computer’s

The Intel® Core™ X-series processor family is unlocked to provide additional headroom. New features include the ability to overclock each core individually, AVX ratio controls for more stability, and VccU voltage control for extreme scenarios. Combined with tools like Intel’s Extreme Tuning Utility (Intel ® XTU) and Extreme Memory Profile (Intel ® XMP), you have a powerful kit for maximizing performance.
Improve efficiency with Intel ® Smart Cache technology. All cores now have access to the entire last-level cache, pre-fetching data before requests are made. Intel ® Smart Cache also features a new power-saving feature that dynamically flushes memory based on demand or during periods of inactivity, ensuring your applications keep up with your demands.


The Core i7 X-Series tops out at a 8-core / 16 thread chip for $599, not a 10-core chip at that price point. The Core i9 X-Series starts at 10-core / 16-thread chip for $999, instead of the previously listed 12-core chip at that price

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