Intel Announces Core X Processor Family

As part of its participation at Computex, Intel has unveiled its new core Core X processor family, which includes the Core i5 and Core i7 models, and the most powerful Core i9 ever.

Intel is targeting the new family of processors to install gaming processors that need great processing power as well as video and editing fans so that they can handle multiple video editing programs at the same time.

The processors and four processors are priced at $ 1999 for the Core i9 Extreme processor, the first personal processor with 18 core and 36 processor tracks.

It was the processor with the highest specifications and the largest capacity, but the series begins with the Core i5-7640X processor, which carries 4 nuclei and 4 tracks processed and sold for $ 242, and higher Core i7 at $ 339 and up to $ 599 by the nucleus 8 or 10, as well as 24 or 32 Path for processing.

In addition to the new processors there is an update on the Turbo Boost technology on some processors of this family. Now with the Turbo Boost Max 3.0 technology, each kernel in the processor can achieve the highest possible performance and optimize multitasking when using a multi-core processor.

According to Apple’s tests, the new acceleration technology in the Core X processors has provided multi-processor processing performance 10% faster and 15% faster processing within a single track.




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