Intel’s New 9th Generation Core i9-9900K Processor May Have 5GHz Frequency

A new leak revealed features of Intel’s 9th generation Core i9-9900K processor. Accordingly, the Core i9-9900K will be even more powerful than the Core i7-8086K Anniversary Edition.

Intel, one of the first companies to come to mind, shared information about the i9 processors a few weeks ago, which it published on its official web site, will also showcase its 4-core Core i3-9000 and 6-core Core i5-9600K processors. The lack of information on any of the 8-core processors in the documentation further increased the curiosity about the 9th generation Intel processors.

According to a new thread that Computer Base finds cooler, the 9th Generation Core i9-9900K can be one of the most powerful processors to date. The i9-9900K, which has 8 cores and 16 workpieces per leak, will have a 3.6GHz base frequency and a 5GHz single core overclocking frequency. The Core i9-9900K, which will have a 16MB L3 front memory, will have a TDP rating of 95W.

The three processors that have emerged so far have only been corroborated by the Core i5-9600K Intel. The L3 cache and TDP value match the document that Intel shared, but overclocking has a higher value of 100MHz. However, this does not mean that Computer Base is sharing incorrect information. Since the i9-9900K has not yet been serialized, there may be minor differences between the prototypes.

Author: Alptug Acar

MIS Student, writer, litte bit programmer.

Alptug Acar
MIS Student, writer, litte bit programmer.