The Intel KA series is mysteriously present: i5/i7 is all made into i9.

Intel Comet Lake-S 10 generation desktop Core family is really rich, the first there are as many as 32 models, and then we have heard of Core i9-10850K, Celeron G5925, Saiyan G5905, now the mysterious KA series is coming again! E-commerce companies in several countries have launched four new Intel processors at the end of KA, including the i9-10900KA, i9-10850KA, i9-10700KA, and i9-10600KA.

Yes, there are no typos here, all four of them are listed in the highest-end i9 sequence (i7-10700K, i5-10600K, i5-10600K) and don’t know what that means, and it’s unlikely that so many e-commerce companies are mislabeling at the same time.

As for what the two letters “KA” represent, K is certainly continuing to represent overclockables, but Intel processor history has never used A as a model suffix, somehow, may represent a lower frequency of turbo-acceleration.

Because of the current exposure specifications, THE KA series compared to the same number of K series, the core number, the reference frequency are completely consistent, but the frequency is not known.

However, if it is less frequent, but all belong to the i9 sequence, it is even more elusive.

In terms of price, e-commerce generally gives about 2% lower than the K version, but slightly higher than the KF version.

The Intel KA series is mysteriously present: i5/i7 is all made into i9.

The Intel KA series is mysteriously present: i5/i7 is all made into i9.

The Intel KA series is mysteriously present: i5/i7 is all made into i9.

In addition, the i9-10850K is likely to be released on July 27 at 23:50 PM U.S. time, that is, on the afternoon of the 28th Beijing time.

The KA series may also be released at the same time.

The Intel KA series is mysteriously present: i5/i7 is all made into i9.

The Intel KA series is mysteriously present: i5/i7 is all made into i9.

The Intel KA series is mysteriously present: i5/i7 is all made into i9.