Intel's nine-generation Core desktop processor has only been released for more than half a year, and has experienced 34 expansions after several expansions.
Intel's ninth generation Core desktop version is very clearly divided, of which i9 series are all 8 core 16 threads, 16MB L3 cache, i7 series is 8 core 8 threads, 12MB L3 cache, i5 series is 6 core 6 threads, 9MB Level 3 cache, i3 series is 4 core 4 thread, 8MB or 6MB level 3 cache.
In addition, the Pentium Gold Series is dual-core four-threaded, 4MB L3 cache, Pentium series dual-core dual-thread, 2MB L3 cache.
Heavyweight i9-9900K performance is strong
In the 34 nine-generation Core desktop processors, different versions have different power consumption, and are also divided into overclockable and frequency-locked, core-free versions. Today we are introducing Intel's nine generations. The i9-9900K is a heavyweight player in the huge family of Core Desktop. The i9-9900K is based on the proven 14nm++ process technology, 8 core 16 thread specifications, basic frequency 3.6GHz core frequency up to 5.0GHz, and also brings 16MB L3 cache, TDP thermal power consumption is 95W.
The i9-9900K integrates the UHD630 core graphics card and supports dual-channel DDR4-2666 memory. It has good compatibility with the original 300-series motherboard. The i9-9900K, a nine-generation Core Desktop heavyweight player, has a strong performance, with up to 40 platforms PCle 3.0 channels for game and content creation and hyperband to scale system scalability, according to official statements. The i9-9900K "can bring a faster and more immersive experience to gamers."