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You can get Intel’s 5GHz turbo speed this October 30th

It is safe to say that you are resolved to have the best Intel gaming CPU on the square without spending lavishly on an X-arrangement? You’ll before long get an opportunity to lift one up. Intel has uncovered that its special release Core i9-9900KS processor will be accessible on October 30th at a prescribed cost of $513. On the off chance that you’ll review, this is extremely a top-binned rendition of the 9900K that can arrive at a 5GHz turbo speed over each of the eight cores as opposed to one and hit a base speed of 4GHz rather than 3.6GHz. It won’t speak to a significant jump in performance (particularly in case you’re accustomed to overclocking), however, it could have any kind of effect in games that utilize different cores.

Intel needs this dispatch somewhat. AMD is scheduled to discharge its 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X in November, and the more equivalently estimated 12-core 3900X is as of now accessible. The 9900KS might be enticing for gamers who are going back and forth and are increasingly keen on having the most noteworthy conceivable production line clock speeds (or demand Intel tech) than stacking up on extra cores.  The key features and capabilities are:

Key Features and Capabilities:

  • Up to 5.0 GHz all-core turbo frequency; up to 4.0 GHz base frequency, which allows games to run faster when they scale across more cores for higher frame rates
  • Eight cores, 16 threads, 127W TDP, 16 MB Intel Smart Cache, and up to 40 platform PCIe lanes
  • Compatible with existing Z390 motherboards
  • Up to 27%2 faster mega-tasking when you simultaneously game, stream and record compared with a 3-year-old PC
  • Up to 35%3 more frames per second compared with a 3-year-old PC
  • Up to 17% faster4 4K video editing compared with the previous generation and up to 78% faster5 compared with a 3-year-old PC
  • One-year warranty6
  • Overclock1 confidently with new and enhanced features like Intel® Performance Maximizer, which makes it easy to dynamically and reliably custom-tune the unlocked processor based on the processor’s individual performance DNA

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