Intel's 12-18 core i9 series X299 CPUs will release between August and October

Intel's 12-18 core i9 series X299 CPUs will release between August and October

Intel's 12-18 core i9 series X299 CPUs will release between August and October

Intel's 12-18 core i9 series X299 CPUs will release between August and October

 
At their E3 2017 Press Conference, Intel has confirmed that their upcoming i9 series of 12-18-core CPUs will not be released with their X299 platform, instead releasing between August and October of this year. 

  
Intel has also revealed that their  X299 Products will b available to pre-order starting next week, which means that official reviews for Intel's launch X299 CPU lineup cannot be far off. 

At this time Intel has not officially confirmed the specification of their 12+ core i9 lineup, though the clock speeds are expected to decrease as core count increases, as otherwise, the TDP of these products will hit insane levels. 

 
 ArchtectureProcessCores/ThreadsBaseBoost 2.0Boost 3.0PCIe lanesTDPPrice
Core i9 7980XESkylake-X14nm+18/36????165W?$1999
Core i9 7960X16/32????165W?$1699
Core i9 7940X14/28????165W?$1399
Core i9 7920X12/24????165W?$1199
Core i9 7900X10/203.3GHz4.3GHz4.5GHz44140W$999
Core i7 7820X8/163.6GHz4.3GHz4.5GHz28140W$599
Core i7 7800X6/123.5GHz4.0GHzN/A28140W$389
Core i7 7740XKaby Lake-X4/84.3GHz4.5GHzN/A16112W$339
Core i5 7640X4/44.0GHz4.2GHzN/A16112W$242

  

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12-06-2017, 12:46:55

TheF34RChannel
I am sorely disappointed and plssed off that the NDA did not lift today on the 12th, as it said everywhere. In for another week, ugh no thanks.

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Intel:

- Core i7 X-series chips and the 10-core Core i9 launching next week
- Pre-orders for the 'mega-tasking' 12-, 14-, 16- and 18-core processors also kicking off at the same time
- Intel did though show the first live demo of the 18-core, 36-thread Core i9-7980XE processor running an intensive VR-gaming, streaming and green-screen rendering workload spitting out to Twitch - 36 threads running at around 70-80% load across the board

Intel have just announced at their first ever E3 press conference the X-series processors will be up for pre-order starting next week.

Gregory Bryant, Intel's head of PC gubbins, said the first Core i7 X-series chips and the 10-core Core i9 will be available next week, with pre-orders for the 'mega-tasking' 12-, 14-, 16- and 18-core processors also kicking off at the same time.

While the more mainstream, though still pricey, CPUs will be on sale in June, the big chips will be hitting the retailers from August through to October this year.

Intel did though show the first live demo of the 18-core, 16-thread Core i9 7980XE processor running an intensive VR-gaming, streaming and green-screen rendering workload spitting out to Twitch. They showed all 36 threads running at around 70-80% load across the board. Yeah, I did say it was intensive...
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