The big Computex 2019 exhibition in Taiwan will only open tomorrow morning, but the chip giant is already announcing the launch moves it will make at a conference to be held. One of the "interesting" announcements is a limited and hasty version of its flagship, the processor Core i9 9900K plus the letter S at the end of the Special Edition markup.
This version is exactly the same as theCore i9 9900K with an easy frequency change in which all processor cores are expected to operate at a frequency of 5Ghz unlike the existing 4.7Ghz in the existing processor when there are no power or temperature limits.
Of course, such a processor will come with extra voltage and from the desired use of the motherboard has an advanced electric system as well as advanced cooling. It is arguable that even the best air coolers will find it difficult to run such a processor under certain environmental conditions.
While background sounds are being heard in various hardware communities around the world for the announcement of a core 10 processor, such a step increases the chances that we will not see a processor with higher cores than 8 and we will not see new series for Intel's desktop processors this year, which could be a big disappointment to those waiting for an Intel response. That-AMD Going to show tomorrow morning. We do not expect surprises, but there may be promises in the desktop processors sector AMD Is expected to heat engines and launch a new series tomorrow morning, which may be a turning point in the balance of power between these two companies, at least in the desktop processors market.
We are waiting to hear about the price tag the CPU will receive.Core i9 9900KS But considering that the slower version is available, we expect a $ 489 price tag for at least this special version
what do you think? Is launching such a limited version processor the right answer? What a step Intel Should do in order to start and profit from the market disconnect it has begun to lose rapidly since the launch RYZEN 2000? We'll be glad to hear!