Intel Launches World’s Fastest Gaming Processor

Intel has just officially introduced the 10th Gen Intel Core S-series desktop processor, featuring Intel’s flagship i9-10900K processor at the world’s fastest speed.

The new Intel processor has a maximum speed of up to 5.3 GHz. And this is also the 10th generation Intel Core desktop processor that brings the latest level of real-world gaming experience.

Topping this processor line is the 10th Generation Intel Core i9-10900K, the fastest processor for gaming that has been unlocked. It has outstanding performance of up to 5.3 GHz, 10 cores, 20 threads and DDR4-2933 memory speed. The i9-10900K processor provides a good gaming experience, allowing for more fine-grained control, faster multitasking and smoother gaming.

In addition, the new Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 provides automatic performance enhancement on low-threaded applications, while hyper-threading control on the core allows experienced overclockers. decide which channel to turn on or off.

In addition, the Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201 standard is also integrated into the 10th-generation Intel Core processor for desktops, Intel Wi-Fi 6 (Gig +) for fast, fast downloading and gaming. 3 times more and connection is more reliable.

Expected, 10-generation Intel Core S-series desktop processors will be available globally through retail channels in May.

Intel recently released its upcoming second-quarter earnings forecast below the forecast because of the economic instability caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. After this prediction, Intel shares fell 6% during extended trading, while Intel executives tried to reassure investors because of the potential for their processor chips from Cloud computing centers and socially isolated consumers are likely to decline if the economy enters a recession. Intel had a successful start in 2020, but the rest is quite gloomy.

Not only Intel, the Covid-19 pandemic has shattered the prospects of the semiconductor industry and disrupted the operations of orders when important countries in the chip supply chain such as Malaysia must temporarily close. borders or introduce social isolation policies.