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Goodbye to graphics core: The Intel F series is coming up

The big chip maker will follow suit And offer Desktops even without built-in graphical processing units - though the price remains a mystery at this time

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some time ago We received a little leaked documentation Who talked about a new breed of desktop processors from With the F extension that would appear to give up the built-in HD Graphics core on the chip and not operate without an external graphics unit, in return for lower power consumption, a slightly cooler operating temperature, and possibly even cost savings for the consumer at the end.

The appearance of the models in question at Newegg's online store and several other stores now significantly increases our confidence that an official show will be happening very soon - and will provide ever-closer competition to the Ryzen product families (Which generally do not include graphics cores as well).

Another new hexagonal model is approaching - although it is likely that the price (shown here in Canadian dollars) is inaccurate or formal

The Coffee Lake Refresh Series F series will be almost identical to the standard K series models or the series that does not include a companion signal launched several months ago: The octagonal i9-9900KF will be the carrier with working frequencies of between 3.6GHz and 5GHz for a cores pair and an open frequency multiplier, The i7-9700KF octagon will offer working frequencies between 3.6GHz as the base for 4.9GHz in maximum turbo mode without the support of HyperThreading technology, i5-9600KF will be the top hexagonal model - while the i5-9400F exposes to us six cores with 2.9GHz working frequencies as the basis for 4.1GHz in maximum turbo mode, while we have yet to receive an official launch of the model i5-9400 "Standard" since it includes graphic rendering.

A quartet New from Intel - with prices in Norwegian kroner that are actually significantly higher than the price of K models already sold. Let's hope this is a temporary snapshot

The big CES 2019 exhibition, which will begin in a few days, seems like the most logical focus for launching these new models, alongside countless other advanced and intriguing products, but it is not surprising whether these models will suddenly appear in stock of the various stores, without too much noise and ringing - and here already It all depends on the price tag.

The early leak is revealed to be accurate

If the F models are indeed a few dozen dollars cheaper than their counterparts that include graphics cores, it will be a significant step on the part of Intel to help increase the relative competitiveness of Leading the cost-benefit indices, but if the price remains very close or identical to the standard models, which is already a juicy addition to the generations of processors - We will not fall off the chair if it is only a quiet launch.

What is your guess? Price cutting and public launch Celebration or preservation of official cost and modest and casual launch?

See more information and updates as soon as possible!


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  1. To start lowering prices and increase the diversity of motherboards 390z and b390 h390 urgent urgent prices dearly

    1. There is a Gigabyte Z390 word, with you only buy Z390 and only Gigabyte just don't associate even the most expensive garbage crap worse than Gigabyte's at 600 Chess.
      There is a video where tested VRM on all boards and Gigabyte wins every price group and especially cheap boards will test that other companies have VRM tin and Gigabyte has normal VRM.
      Please Gigabyte Z390 Gaming X Only 694 Chess on the Wellcome Network, which is cheaper you want? It's not a board.
      It has VRM 10 + 2, an excellent and cheap board.

      This is the video about VRM

  2. delusional. I bought Trinity + 16 core cores at NIS 1500 less than their octopus processor price.

  3. My heartfelt thanks for that
    First of all, it will be much simpler to install drivers (can install NVIDIA driver without your screw-up that will not connect the screen to the port even in life)
    Secondly, because you do not have a graphics element in the processor, you will only need board chipset drivers that still produce them for WinDos 7 so that we can enjoy processors with recent generations and Windows 7

    1. You do not need any DVRs, there are bios in BIOS to turn it off and there's no more Intel video card

  4. Hmmmmmmm, what does 9900K sell and buy 9900KF?
    It doesn't seem to me that KF Overlook is better than K with a graphically detached core in Bios, but with it I will sell, what you have been missing, not losing money.

    1. @TheHwGeek is exactly what they said - if the graphical core fails in QC it is a resident and the processor will sell a little cheaper as F for gamers it is not that interesting to them either.

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