Intel Core i9-11900K

Intel Core i9-11900K 8 Cores 5.3 GHz Unlocked LGA1200 125W BX8070811900K

Intel Core i9-11900K 8 Cores 5.3 GHz Unlocked LGA1200 125W BX8070811900K

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  • Compatible With Intel 500 Series & Select Intel 400 Series Chipset Based Motherboards
  • Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 Support
  • Intel Optane Memory Support
  • Pcie Gen 4.0 Support
  • No Thermal Solution Included

Specifications Overview

Model BX8070811900K
Release Date March 2021

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Series Core i9 11th Gen
Core Name Rocket Lake
Socket LGA1200
Integrated Graphics Intel UHD Graphics 750
CPU Cores 8
CPU Threads 16
CPU Clock Rate 3500 MHz
CPU Turbo Clock Rate 5300 MHz
TDP 125 W
CPU Cooler included
Manufacturing Process 14 nm
Maximum Supported Memory 128 GB
Cache L3 16 MB

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The Core i9 11900K only has a few frame rate wins to show for itself. It's not tangibly quicker than the last-gen i9—in fact, it's notably slower in multithreaded processing power—has a weaker specs sheet, costs more, and is far more thirsty. And Comet Lake itself was already pretty demanding on that front. You shouldn't buy a Core i9 11900K, be...


Rocket Lake has been hamstrung by 14nm and the power draw is awful to behold.


The Intel Core i9-11900K may be the most powerful processor in the world when it comes to gaming, but it's only marginally superior to alternative chips that are significantly cheaper. And with AMD continuing to dominate the desktop processor market for content creation, it's difficult to see a good reason to buy Intel's flagship CPU at its curr...


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