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Intel Core i9 10900K 3.7GHz Ten Core 20MB 125W


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Background on Intel Core X-series CPU

Intel's enthusiast-class "Core X" processors represent the top-end of their consumer CPU line, and bridge the gap between the more mainstream chips and the Xeon server-grade models. The current processors in this line range from ten to eighteen cores, with base clock speeds of 3.0 to 3.7GHz - and turbo boost speeds of up to 4.8GHz. The combination of high core counts with high clock frequencies allow these processors to excel at both single and multi-threaded workloads, while supporting more RAM and PCI-E lanes than the less expensive Core series.

William George (Product Development)
William George (Product Development) Says:
Multiple generations of processors from Intel have now carried the "Core X" moniker, which can make this product line a little confusing. Some previous generations have included models with limited numbers of PCI-E lanes or reduced RAM capacity, but the latest 10000-series seems to have done away with that. Intel also drastically cut the price on this processor family, which is great!

Model: Intel BX8070110900K

Product Line  Core i9
Code Name  Comet Lake
Socket  1200
Process  14 nm
Number of Cores  10
Clock Speed  3.70 GHz
Hyperthreading  Yes
Turbo Boost  Yes
Max. Turbo Boost  5.30 GHz
Intel Turbo Boost Max 3.0  5.20 GHz
All-Core Turbo Boost  4.80 GHz
Bus Type  DMI3
Thermal Output  125 W
PCI-E Lanes  16
Max Temperature  100 C
Smart Cache  20MB
Onboard Graphics
Processor Type  Intel UHD Graphics 630
Core Speed  1,200 MHz
DirectX Version  12
# of Displays Supported  3
Memory Specification
Memory Type  DDR4
Maximum Frequency  2933
ECC Support  No
Registered Support  No
Advanced Technologies
vPro  Yes
Virtualization Technology (VT-x)  Yes
Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d)  Yes
Trusted Execution Technology  Yes

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