Extreme Level Of Performance The Intel Core i9 Extreme Edition Processors provides stunning performance for desktop computers by offering 18 cores with 36 threads. The Core X-Series Processors are built with Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0, starting from 10 cores to 18 cores which is ideal for the extensive workloads and extreme performance needs. Intel Core X-Series Processor FamilyRead more
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Everything we know about Zen 4 Processors AMD Zen 4 flagship CPU is the new 16-core model that is expected to turn out like Ryzen 9 7950X, which is capable of reaching the speed capacity up to 5.5 GHz with no overclocking required. Reportedly, the director of AMD Technical Marketing, Robert Hallock clarified certain details regarding the processor powering theRead more
Difference Between Threadripper 3990x vs Intel Core i9-10980XE Intel and AMD are known as the two best manufacturers of high-end CPUs. both have released their new processors, which differ from each other but are similar at the same time. one consists of 64-cores and 128 threads followed by the frequency of 4.3 GHz i.e, Intel Core i9-10980 extreme edition, whereas,Read more
World’s Fastest Desktop Processor The Intel 12th Gen Core i9-12900KS 5.5Ghz Processor is the advanced edition of the i9 series. The new processor aspires to reach 5.5GHz in 16 cores, which is used to match the frequency of the game. The processors come with advanced technologies such as high-frequency and 3D V-Cache, Thermal Velocity Boost and features Intel Adaptive BoostRead more
Delivers nimble processing speed with balanced With up to 5.3 GHz max clock speed and 8 cores, the Intel Core i9-11900KF Processor deliver superb performance for multi-threaded workloads that demands high frequency. Whether you’re gaming, creating or multitasking, the Intel Core i9-11900KF Desktop Processor offers incredible horsepower so you can accomplish more, faster and easier. The i9-11900KF does not includeRead more
It is thrilling to see how processors alone have covered so much distance in the past decade. The first dual core processor was released in 2007 and now, in less than 10 years, we have surpassed Core i7 cpu having 4.0GHz speed each.
We now live in an era of Intel’s ‘I’ series cpu. These processors were first released in 2008 with Intel ‘Nehalem’ architecture.