Intel is not facing a good stage in this year 2018. Along with its problems of its lithography of 10nm the problems of supply of the chips to 14nm are added and later it has been criticized by the data that the company in charge of analyzing its Intel Core i9 -9900K did it for “error”. Now Gigabyte hand Intel has another small front in its 9th generation due to the temperature under overclocking.
The wait finally ends: Intel has announced the long-awaited 9th generation of its desktop processors for mid-range and high-end, with which it intends to compete and surpass AMD. Three will be chosen for this purpose: i9-9900K, i7-9700K and i5-9600K, where only one of them will achieve the long-awaited figure of 5 GHz.
Although the Intel Core i7-9700K has not yet been released, nor is it expected until next October, a user has had the luck to get one of these processors to test it, which has not taken long in submit to an overclock session, in which it has managed to reach 5.5 GHz.
Despite being only a few hours away from the official launch of the new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080Ti and RTX 2080 graphics cards, leaks continue to occur with respect to the new cards. Although this last leak is more the confirmation of something that we had already talked about in the past. And it is the fact that NVIDIA has chosen to provide its Founders Edition model with a heatsink that would dispense with the traditional blower type heatsink, by one equipped with two fans on its body.
A new filtration would confirm the few differences between the current chipset Z370, and Intel’s new top-end chipset, the Z390 chipset, which would hit the market simultaneously with the launch of the upcoming Coffee Lake-R processors, whose latest rumors they place it during the next month of October of this year 2018.
In what may be nothing but a red herring unintentionally, the web of AMD France has made public the details of performance of the new processor AMD Threadripper 2990WX, the new processor top-end brand, with 32 inner cores and 64 data processing threads, thanks to the use of SMT (Simultaneous Multi Threading) technology.