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Intel Core i9-9900KS processor performance exposure 8 core 5GHz increase 6% performance

via:快科技     time:2019/8/12 20:30:54     readed:1262

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In responseAMDcompetition,IntelAlso for the Core 9 generation to prepare a best - Core i9-9900KS, S suffix means that this processor is very special, although it is still 8 core 16 threads, but this processor full core acceleration frequency up to 5GHz, compared to The Core i9-9900K's single-core and dual-core acceleration frequencies are up to 5GHz, and the full-core acceleration frequency is only 4.7GHz.

The Core i9-9900KS is expected to be officially launched at the press conference in the fall. Recently, the specifications and performance of this 8-core 5GHz processor have been exposed by 3DMark. It is recognized that this is a basic frequency of 4.0GHz and an acceleration frequency of 5GHz. But the location of the indicator such as TDP power consumption.

With the RTX 2080 Ti graphics card, the Core i9-9900KS ran a total of 28092 points in the FireStrike test, with a physical score of 26,350 points.

What is the performance of this? In the 3DMark FireStrike test, the physical score of the Core i9-9900K processor is 24,734 points, and the performance is improved by about 6%. The performance increase is basically the same as the increase of the whole core acceleration frequency.

Although the performance has a 6% improvement compared to the Core i9-9900K, but this performance is not enough to make AMD worry, the CPU score of the Ruilong 9 3900X is 28702, the 16-core Ruilong 9 3950X will obviously be higher, after all, in this The core of the test is mostly king, and the frequency is increased to 5GHz.

Of course, in the game, it is estimated that the Core i9-9900KS will take it to the next level, which will greatly expand the advantages of AMD.

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