Intel introduced is 18-cores super processor
Sep 04, 2017 - Written by Prashant Munshif
Despite all the competition it has, Intel still dominates the processor market, with some proposals that the other brands can not match.
Presented at the last Computex, the future processors of the i9 Core X line have been missing so far. The brand returned to the load and promised that its super processors arrive already in September.
Intel's i9 processors are not dedicated to normal desktops, but they are impressive and reveal what the company is best able to do. With several offers, what stands out most of the i9 Core X line is the model 7980XE for having 18 colors present for processing.
This processor is able to have a base clock speed lower than the top model of the line i7, with "only" 2.6GHz, it is in the Turbo Boost that will achieve its true power. With Turbo Boost 2.0 it reaches 4.2GHz and with Turbo Boost 3.0, which accelerates its 2 colors faster, reaches speeds of 4.4GHz.
These true processing monsters will soon arrive, with the 12-color model coming as early as August 28 and the 14- to 18-color models starting to ship on September 25.