2016 Intel Unveils First 10-Core Processor for Consumer


2016 Intel Unveils First 10-Core Processor for Consumer

Intel presented another scope of top of the line processors, featured by the organization's first customer confronting Intel 10-Core CPU, the USD$1,723 Extreme Edition Core i7-6950X (Intel as of now has 10-Core processors in the Xeon family, yet these processors are all the more so intended for servers and workstations). Intended for the force hungriest of force clients, the Core i7-6950X's centers keep running at a base clock rate of 3GHz and can be helped to 3.5GHz.

So why does one need all that power? Intel says the new-high processor is ideal for running CPU undertakings in parallel, which can bring about 35% quicker 3D rendering, 25% speedier video altering, 20% quicker video transcoding when contrasted with the organization's past top-end handle (the Core i7-5960X). Then again, gamers could utilize the new chip to play at 4K resolutions while recording a duplicate of the play session, and spilling online in the meantime.

Other new top of the line Intel processors incorporate the eight-center Core i7-6900K (USD$1,089), and two six-center models - the i7-6850K (USD$617) and i7-6800K (USD$434). The majority of Intel's new CPUs are completely opened and bolster overclocking.

2016 Intel Unveils First 10-Core Processor for Consumer

Neighborhood estimating and accessibility for Intel's recently reported processors has yet to be affirmed.

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