Monday September 10, 2018

Intel Core i7-9700K Review Posted Online

The Intel Core i7-9700K has been reviewed by the website El Chapuzas Informatico. This Intel CPU doesn't have HyperThreading, so it has to rely on 8C/8T. According to the article it has a base speed of 3.60GHz and turbos to an all core speed of 4.60GHz, with a single core speed of 4.90GHz. The TDP is listed as 95W and Intel HD Graphics 630 are onboard the 14 nm chip. After glancing over the benchmarks and taking into account the leaked $510 price, it seems to be a slight upgrade over the i7-8700K for a premium price. Of course this all a rumor for now.

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On consumption , for the complete equipment , say that varies between 160W to 1.2V to 240W with the voltage in automatic, so we will see large differences depending on the motherboard used. Finally, we need to talk about its ability to overclocking , which has been noticeably lower in this unit than in others that we have seen filtered on the network. With 1.4V fixed in BIOS, although it appears 1.3V in CPU-Z, we have managed to reach 5.00 GHz , a really not insignificant figure, more for a total of 8 cores. Regarding the published filtration, if it were real, we could be facing a 'black leg' silicon (CPU selected by hand knowing that it is better).