Intel 9th Gen Core i9-9900K CPU Shown Outpacing Overclocked Ryzen 7 2700X In Leaked Benchmarks
The Core i9-9900K will be the top shelf chip in Intel’s 9th gen lineup, and one of two 8-core parts. There have numerous other references to a Core i7-9700K SKU, the other 8-core chip, which interestingly is said to lack Hyper Threading support (that would be unusual for a Core i7 part, but Intel has shown it’s willing to deviate from the script).
Those scores were obtained at stock clocks. They’re also higher than what was obtained with an overclocked AMD Ryzen 7 2700X processor running at 4.45GHz. Have a look…
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The overclocked Ryzen 7 2700X posted a CPU score of 10,285 and 34.56 fps in the CPU test. Intel’s chip widens the gap when overclocked, though not by a whole lot—it already hits a high boost clock across all 8 cores, so there’s not much to be gained from a small overclock.
Intel is expected to launch its 9th gen Core processor family next month.
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