Intel Going to Put Core i9 With 12, 14, 16 and 18 cores in August

At the last Computex 2017 press conference, Intel has confirmed that its next generation of Intel Core i9 processors of 12, 14, 16 and 18 cores will not comes with the X299 platform. This first turned the alarms a bit. But now we have confirmed the news in the conference at E3 2017, that it will be released between August and October this year. Many people are waiting eagerly when these processors from Intel comes into the market. And one of the best is the Intel core i9 with 18 cores.

Intel Going to Put Core i9 With 12, 14, 16 and 18 cores in August

Intel has also revealed that the X299 platform will be available for pre-purchase as of next week. So that means the official reviews are ready to go on sale. At the moment Intel has not confirmed the exact specifications of its Intel Core i9 processors with 12 or more cores. Although it is expected that the frequencies will go down as the number of cores increases.

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Core i9 Basin Falls X299 with 18 cores

Intel Going to Put Core i9 With 12, 14, 16 and 18 cores in August

The new Intel Basin Falls chipset for the X299 enthusiast platform will give life to the new LGA-2066 socket. Here the Skylake-X processors will offer Quad Channel memory. And while the Kaby Lake-X processor will be limited to the Dual Channel in the mainstream platform. The new chipset is capable of offering up to 10 USB 3.0 ports. These will help to establish Intel LAN, eight SATA III 6Gb / s and up to 24 additional PCIe 3.0 lines. Although these can be distributed among other elements like M.2 slots, U.2 ports or other elements.