Intel Turns Up The Dial To Core i9 With New Processors

Intel plans in the short and medium term could be altered after seeing as AMD announced its new Ryzen with more cores of what it owes high and blowing up the battlefield.
In view of this situation, Intel has decided to advance the output of its new Core i9 processors that will appear in several versions differentiated by their number of cores (reaching up to 12) with up to 44 PCIe tracks to give life to computers more powerful and efficient.
The new Intel Core i9 processors make up its HEDT platform under the SkylakeX architecture. The Intel Core i9 will appear in 6, 8, 10 and 12 cores and with double execution threads thanks to HyperThreading technology.
This new line of Intel processors is characterized by improvements in the amount of cache, increases the number of PCIe tracks and improves the efficiency of performance since to carry more cores there is less frequency of work. However, the new Turbo Clock 3.0 mode is included to carry very high working frequencies at specific times. Among all versions of the Core i9 the Intel Core i9-7920 with 12 cores and 24 threads with support for 44 PCI-Express lines with extensions AVX-512, a TDP of 140W and configurations of Quad Channel memory DDR4 to 2666MHz. 
However, we will not have to wait long to see these processors presented as they are expected to be displayed during the June 12 PC Gaming Show, not only in the form of slides pointing to their power but also moving some powerful title of computers to be presented During the fair of E3 2017.

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