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The Latest And Fastest Intel Core Processor: Introducing The Intel Core i9 Processor With Turbo Boost Max Of Up To 3.0; Expect Launch In August [VIDEO]

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The semiconductor manufacturing company, Intel, has rolled out a new Core i9 range of processors for desktop computer enthusiasts. Intel's latest and the fastest Core i9 processors will be available with Turbo Boost Max up to 3.0.

With its Core i5 and Core i7 processors, Intel was dominating the High-end desktop universe, and the tech company was on the top in the chip manufacturing industry for a decade. But, Intel is now receiving serious competition from other semiconductor company, including Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). Although it is essential for Intel to offer an affordable with high performance chipsets, the tech giant's Core i9 processors has the potential to once again grab the industry.

Intel's Core i9 processors will be available with several innovative features. One of the best features of the Intel Core i9 processor is the improved Turbo Boost Max 3.0. Intel identified this feature as the best central processing unit (CPU) core at the factory and it will arrive with a little more boost speed, PC World reported.

In terms of the Core i9 release date, as Intel launched the chips at the Computex 2017, the semiconductor manufacturing company made it known that the new processors would be up for grabs in the coming weeks. Intel's statement was applied to the Core i9-7900X downwards. Wherein, the 12-core Intel i9-7920X will be available in August, while the top three chips are expected in October, Tech Advisor reported.

The Intel Core i9-7920X processor will come along with a 140W TDP, 13.75MB of restacked L2 cache, as well as 10 cores and 20 threads. The device also offers support for a higher memory speed of 2666MHz and a 128GB of memory. Nevertheless, with Intel Core i9 processor's mesh design, PC manufacturers can reportedly throw in more cores to the CPUs. This kind of technology is a super high-speed mesh network.

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