Intel he posted on YouTube one sneak peak of theirs CPU a 6GHz. Intel said the new chip will hit ultra-high frequencies right out of the box and without the need for over-clocking. Almost certainly, this CPU model will be released under the name of Core i9 13900KS and it will reflect the existing 13900K model in all fields except in maximum clock speed Turbo Boost, raising the maximum frequency dai 5,8 GHz a 6GHzan increase that is more symbolic than significant.
Intel ran a demo of the chip using a commercially available Corsair CPU cooler, running a benchmark 7-Zip and hardware information to track CPU frequency. Also in Intel’s carefully curated video, the chip can’t handle sustained 6GHz well. Jason Xietechnical marketing engineer at Intel, explains that
“Staying on those 6GHz really depends on the environment. Many factors come into play: power budget, thermals, and the software itself. Also Windows might not be allocated to the right cores”
Regarding prices, we dare not ask. With the Core i9 13900K which costs approx $ 600 / £ 600these new processors a 6GHz frequency will inevitably be more expensive. Despite this, it will probably cost less than one Mid-range GPUsor at least we hope.
The chip was shown by Intel on numerous occasions previously. So, at this point we would just like to see the product released and available for purchase, despite the increase in frequency of 200 MHz it’s not something we’ll ever hear in the game. But in this era where shrinking transistors seems to be increasingly difficult, it is interesting to speculate whether the clock speed can return as the main performance driver, after being replaced by the amount of cores for some time now. To continue reading other news, click who!