Intel has unveiled a new Intel SSD 545s, which is the first commercial product based on the 64-layer flash TLC 3D NAND. The model supports SATA-interface and is positioned as a mid-range device for end-users.
Let’s discuss about the performance, consumption and temperatures of new Intel Core i9-7900X, Core i7-7820X and Core i7-7800X processors.
As we know these new processors are manufactured in 14 nm process and are based on the Skylake-X architecture, although they have very different specifications that we will review right now:
Very soon the series processors Intel Skylake-X will go on public sale. The network is already beginning to appear the first tests of performance chipset family. A few days ago the authoritative edition of Hexus and Bit-Tech despite the ban on non-disclosure has published a review of the opening line of 10-core processor Intel Core i9-7900X (models with 12, 14, 16 and 18 will be released later kernels). During the test chip shown very mixed results.
The Hexus guys have released a performance analysis of Intel Core i9 7900X, a processor that positions in the center of the new extreme range of the chip giant, based on the Skylake-X architecture and manufactured in 14 nm process.
The chip giant recently introduced in Computex 2017, its new high-performance processors framed in the Skylake-X series, a generation that as we know will have a new top of the range; Intel Core i9 18-core processors.
At the Computex trade show, which is held these days in Taiwan, Intel company not only introduced HEDT-processors are the Intel Core i9 skylake-the X, but also announced the upcoming start of sales of the tiny PC Intel Compute Card, revealing the full list of partners and oriented on products that we expect. Some of them are presented at the exhibition, and it should be noted that they belong to completely different categories and markets. In other words, Intel Compute Card can be found in various segments.
Already have begun to appear the results of the first overclocking tests with the new processors of series “extreme” of Intel and seems that for now the thing paints well, since we have been able to confirm the overclocker Elmor has taken Intel Core i9 7900X until the 5.785 MHz.
The chip giant is working on its next generation Extreme series processors based on the Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X architectures, successors of the current Broadwell-E, and thanks to new information from sources, we have been able to confirm that there will be a top of the range known as Intel Core i9-7980XE that will add nothing more and nothing less than 18 cores and 36 threads.
Intel Core i9 7900X will be the second processor in power of the new series Skylake-X that Intel will present in the month of June together with Kaby Lake-X. Both will replace the current LGA2011-v3 boards on the high performance platform, HEDT, and will share the new LGA-2066 and X299 chipset soclets.
Intel Company intends to bring to market a new line of high-performance desktop processors by expanding the list of available episodes. Soon consumers will be available with Intel Core i9.
At the moment, series Core i7 includes performance processors for a mass segment (performed LGA115x), and for high-level systems (and with connectors LGA1366 LGA2011). It would be logical to divide the series and leave the Core i7 name for the mass segment, Core i9. But Intel decided to go another way. Along with the release of the new platform, and the new processor socket LGA2066 Company creates chips in two series: Core i7 Kaby Lake-X with four cores and Core i9 Skylake-X, which may be 6, 8, 10 and 12 of cores.