The Computex Trade Fair will officially begin only on May 28, but already now most of the enterprises present there indicate that it will happen. Intel during its conference presented the Intel Core i9-9900KS processor and informed about the performance results of an integrated graphics system, which will be in processors designed, inter alia, for laptops. The whole show, however, stole the mentioned Core i9-9900KS chip, which is a real performance monster.
Intel will launch the Core i9-9900KS processor, which is a unit operating on the basis of 8 cores and 16 active threads. The component is expected to have 5 GHz clocking when using the dedicated Turbo Boost 2.0 mode. Finally, the user will not have to enable, set or configure anything. The Intel processor will work at the above-mentioned speed immediately after removing it from the box. However, the change relative to the Core i9-9900 will be small – at least in the case of the box. The system will be locked in the same box: the only change will be Special Edition, which will distinguish between the two processors.
Interestingly, Intel has not decided to provide information related to the power consumption of the processor itself – it is very possible that the Core i9-9900KS will require more power than its predecessor. The American company, however, assured users of the “truth” of the processor itself – during the presentation at Computex 2019, you could see on the screen a Windows task manager that actually pointed to 5 GHz clock for each core.
Another unknown is also the price that will have to be finally paid for the new flagship Intel chip. The American manufacturer guesses its processor for players or people requiring maximum computing power.
However, you will have to wait for the first tests related to the performance and the behavior of the system in reality.