Intel officially released the Core i9-9900KS processor, which is the second 5GHz processor intelafter following the launch of the Core i7-8086K last year, except that this time it’s an 8-core 16-threaded, full-core-accelerated 5GHz processor, and the strongest game processor upgrade.
In terms of architecture and process, the Core i9-9900KS processor is not much fresh, still 14nm process, Lake Coffee-S architecture, 8-core 16 thread, Base frequency 4.0GHz, full-core acceleration frequency 5.0GHz, compared to Core i9-9900K processor is the base frequency 3.6GHz, full core acceleration 4.7GHz, single-core, dual-core acceleration frequency 5.0GHz.
But the cost of the Core i9-9900KS processor is that the TDP power consumption increases to 127W, compared with the Core i9-9900K processor at 95W.
The performance of the Core i9-9900KS processor is undoubtedly the strongest in the desktop 8 core, and according to officials, the Core i9-9900KS processor is 27% better than the PC of three years ago when playing games, streaming and recording.
On the gaming side, the Core i9-9900KS processor has a 35% increase in frames compared to computers three years ago.
Core’s i9-9900KS processor has a 17% faster 4K editing speed than the previous generation, up to 78% faster than a PC three years ago.
In the end, the Core i9-9900KS processor will be limited to release, but Intel didn’t mention the specific limit, the official wholesale price of $513-524, compared with the Core i9-9900K processor’s 1,000 wholesale price is $488-499, the price is not much. The processor will be available on October 30th, and stay tuned for comment sits to be released tomorrow night.