Intel presents the world’s fastest gaming processor

Intel announced the 10th Gen Intel Core S-series desktop processors, including Intel’s flagship Core i9-10900K processor, which, according to the brand, is the fastest gaming processor in the world. High performance is ensured primarily due to clock frequencies of up to 5.3 GHz and built-in Intel Thermal Velocity Boost function. The processors help supercharge desktop PCs and enable incredible experiences and productivity for gamers, content creators, and mainstream users.

The 10th generation Intel Core i9-10900K processor has up to 10 cores, 20 threads, and is compatible with DDR4-2933 MHz memory as standard. The new Intel Turbo Boost Technology 3.0 offers automatic performance improvements in applications with few threads, while core hyper processing control allows overclockers to decide which threads to activate or deactivate for each core.

Intel announces new desktop processors as part of the 10th Gen Intel Core processor family
Intel announces new desktop processors as part of the 10th Gen Intel Core processor family.

The i9-10900K processor ensures the ultimate gaming experience, enabling more tuning control, faster multitasking, and increased game smoothness.

Another interesting detail, especially for overclockers, is that they have new functions to control overclocking of the processor and the key components of the system. As far as connectivity is concerned, the 2.5G Intel Ethernet Connector I225 is now available on the 10th generation platform. Thanks to this, it is possible to enjoy twice times the network speed, 1 GB Ethernet in the existing cabling.

In addition, Intel Wi-Fi 6 module, which is currently integrated with Intel’s 10th Generation Core processors, provides fast gaming response speed, almost three times faster data download speed, and greater connection stability. According to Intel, they offer best-in-class connectivity.

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The Intel Core i9-10900K excels at delivering up to 187 frames per second in gameplay along with streaming and recording compared to the previous generation. Compared to a three-year-old PC, it offers 63% more frames per second in gaming and a 31% improvement in overall system performance.

When it comes to general video editing, it is up to 12% faster than the previous generation and up to 15% faster, video editing compared with a 3-year-old PC. And if we talk about 4K video editing, the improvement is up to 18%. In addition, it allows the highest in its class data transfer speed, with the freedom and flexibility to game or create anywhere throughout the home or office.

The 10th generation Intel Core S-series processors are expected to be available worldwide starting in May.

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