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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New processors introduced today include the first 9th Gen Intel Core processors, new Intel Core X-series processors and the Intel Xeon W-3175X processor.
The new processors introduced include the first 9th Gen Intel Core processors, new Intel Core X-series processors and the Intel Xeon W-3175X processor, it said.
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.
Kaby Lake X is probably the worst Intel kludge we've seen in a decade, and it's obvious Intel made hasty plans to yank the part into the Skylake-X / Core X-Series family.
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.
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.
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.
Intel's introduction of the new Intel Core X-series