Intel introduced the fastest processor ever produced at its event today. Intel Core i9-13900KS, which is positioned in the upper segment in terms of its features and price, was the first processor to reach 6 GHz with only a turbo frequency without overclocking. Here are the details…
Intel Core i9-13900KS features and price!
- First CPU to reach 6.0 GHz (turbo frequency with Thermal Velocity Boost) without overclocking.
- Adaptive Boost for enhanced gaming performance by allowing multi-core turbo frequencies.
- 24 cores (eight Performance cores and 16 Efficient cores), 32 threads
- The highest power consumption value is 150W.
- 36 MB Intel Smart Cache.
- 20 PCIe lanes (16 PCIe 5.0 and four PCIe 4.0 lanes).
- Support DDR5 5600 MT/s and DDR4 3200 MT/s.
- Compatible with Z790 and Z690 motherboards for the best gaming and content creation performance.
Intel today introduced its new 13th generation Intel Core i9-13900KS CPU with advanced features, the world’s fastest desktop processor. This chip, which can operate at a turbo frequency of 6 GHz without any overclocking as it is out of the box, may break overclocking records in the near future.
Intel Core i9-13900KS price was announced as $ 699. This is equivalent to 13 thousand 130 TL, excluding taxes. Of course, within the ready system, the cost to the end user will be around 16 thousand 112 TL, including TRT Banderole Fee and VAT. But if Intel brings it with special pricing, we may see a label much lower than stated.
In a statement made by Intel Client Computing Group executive Marcus Kennedy, it was stated:
“The Core i9-13900KS continues the excellence of our 13th Gen Intel Core desktop processor family, revealing new heights of performance made possible by our performance hybrid architecture. Extreme gamers and enthusiasts can now push their daily performance further than ever before with the PC industry’s first desktop processor to deliver 6.0GHz in stock.”
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