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Processor i5-7640X Processor
Processor i7-7740X Processor
Processor i7-7800X Processor
|Processor + Motherboard i7-7800X Processor|
Processor i7-7820X Processor
Processor i9-7900X Processor
Processor i9-7920X Processor
|Processor i9-7940X Processor|
Processor i9-7980XE Processor
Socket LGA 2066
Compatibale with Intel X299 Chipset
16 Cores/32 Threads
Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 up to 4.40GHz
Intel Optanememory ready and support for Intel OptaneSSDs
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|Series||Core i9 X-Series|
|Core Name||Skylake X|
|CPU Clock Rate||2800MHz|
|CPU Turbo Clock Rate||4400MHz|
|CPU Cooler included|
|Manufacturing Process||14 nm|
|Maximum Supported Memory||128GB|
we know for a fact that the best consumer processor money can buy right now is Intel's Core i9-7980XE. Its 18 cores of brutality lay waste to most, if not all, multithreaded tasks you can throw its way. And single-core? Well, it's enough to make most of...
The 7980XE and 7960X are super expensive, and Intel has made them that way for a reason; they are niche products that offer more all-around performance than what is out there on the market. The best analogy I can think of is one where a 7700K is like a BMW M5 or a Tesla Model-S, Threadripper 1950X would be the Mercedes McLaren SLR, and the Skylake- ...