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Intel's New Processors Are Built For the High-Powered Future of PCs - WIRED

In recent years, the rollout of desktop processors has felt a bit stale. You generally know what you're going to get: a little more power, a little more efficiency. And while Intel's latest update doesn't reinvent the chip, it does provide obscene ...and more »

Intel says its upcoming 8th generation Core processors will have 30% better performance - GSMArena.com

The insane 18-core i9 processors in the new Core X series are not everything that Intel has revealed today. The company has also outed an important detail about its upcoming 8th generation Core CPUs for the mainstream. These will become available in ...and more »

Intel announces new Core X-series processors, features the new Core i9 - GSMArena.com

Intel has announced the new Core X-series, the company's flagship series of enthusiast desktop processors. With the introduction of this series, Intel has also introduced the new Core i9 series of processors. Based on the new X299/LGA2066 "Basin Falls" ...and more »

Intel reveals its new 18-core, 36-thread “extreme” Core i9 processor at Computex - TechCrunch

At its Computex event in Taipei today, Intel unveiled its new Core X-series of processors. The debut of its latest high-end desktop CPUs wasn't a surprise after plans were leaked earlier this month, but the series' flagship model — the 18-core, 36 ...and more »

Intel's New Core X CPU Comes With 18 Cores - PCMag

A teraflop of performance in an Intel desktop CPU? Yes, please. You'll need to shell out handsomely to get it, but Intel's new Core X processor family, unveiled on Tuesday, is designed to handle any task an extreme gamer or video editor can throw at it.and more »

Core i9 superchip leads Intel's new X-Series CPUs - CNET

The future is here, and it has 18 cores. Intel on Tuesday took to the stage at Computex in Taipei, Taiwan, to unveil its newest range of processors, dubbed the X-Series. With its eyes set on content creators, overclockers and pro gamers (plenty of whom ...and more »

Intel Fires Back, Announces X-Series 18-core Core-i9 Skylake-X, Kaby Lake-X i7, i5, X299 Basin Falls - Tom's Hardware

There's no question that the resurgent AMD Ryzen processors are pressuring Intel in the mainstream CPU market. Until now, Intel has stood unflinching in the face of the renewed competition and has stoically left its price structure unchanged (except ...and more »

Why the new Surface Pro's fanless Core i5 is both a serious processor and a great option - Windows Central

Microsoft's recent announcement of the refreshed Surface Pro (2017) is resulting in plenty of discussions – and some confusion – about all the changes for this year. With over 800 new custom parts and updated internal hardware which is the best Surface ...and more »

5 reasons you'll want Intel's crazy new Core i9 CPUs, and 3 reasons you won't - CNET

At Computex 2017, Intel announced a new series of desktop processors, under the Core X name. That's an enthusiast platform for desktop PC owners who want to push for more performance through overclocking, play games at 4K and beyond and process ...and more »

Intel unveils X-series platform: Up to 18 cores and 36 threads, from $242 to $2000 - Ars Technica

AMD announced its new high-end desktop (HEDT) platform, the 16-core 32-thread ThreadRipper a couple of weeks ago. At Computex in Taipei, it is Intel's turn to update its HEDT platform, and it is one-upping AMD in the process. The Intel platform ...and more »