Core X-series

Core X-series

A family of high-end CPU chips from Intel that provide from four to 18 cores. Introduced in 2017, the i9 and various i5 and i7 chips are available as X-series products. Combined with Intel's X299 chipset and aimed at the gaming community, X-series CPUs are designed to allow overclocking by the gamer. See Core i9, overclock and Intel Core.
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To be launched soon in the region, the Area-51 desktop featuring Intel Core X-Series is ideal for customers who explore the world of mega-tasking and have creative hobbies that employ resource intensive applications.
Here's why: All of those frequencies reflect the chip's maximum dual-core frequency, and, given this, aren't really a representative look at what to expect from the Core X-Series under load.
Chip designer, Intel has started pre-orders of its 4- to 10-core Intel Core X-series processors at a variety of channel partners.
Im proud to announce the new Intel Core X-series processor family: Intels most scalable, accessible and powerful desktop platform ever.
The Intel Core X-series processor family introduces a series of firsts that reflect the extreme performance we are delivering.
The pricing details were not revealed but we expect AMD to price the SKUs below what Intel revealed yesterday with their Core X-series of processors.
To address the needs of this group of PC users, Intel has introduced a new line of processors designated as the Core X-series at the tech trade show Computex 2017 in Taiwan.
Gamers will benefit from the new Core X-series as it will allow them to do 4K gaming while streaming over the internet.
Intel's introduction of the new Intel Core X-series
LGA 2066 socket, which it said is compatible with its Core X-series processors.
Intel's new X299 platform and accompanying Core X-Series processors raise the bar for CPU and memory performance with up to 18 cores and 128GB of quad-channel DDR4 memory.
Intel totally pulled one over AMD today as they unveiled the new Core X-Series Processors (Code named - Basin Falls) at COMPUTEX 2017 with the flagship processor having a massive 18-cores and 36-threads, that too for a lucrative price of $1,999.