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All desktop and mobile 45W CPUs announced



It was strange and awkward that Intel released its 9th generation processor family. Despite the release of the 8-core 9900K last year, despite many leaks in the past, we still have not been able to release all of our family of low-end processors. The company will soon change as soon as it provides a complete list of processors. Whether or not Intel can continue to offer low-frequency and low-core hardware is interesting because there is still some doubt about Intel's ability to meet new demand growth.

Today's launch is split into two parts: desktop and mobile. The desktop is on this page and mobile is on the next page.

Intel 9Work Generation Core Desktop Processor: 34 CPUs

& # 39; Refresh Coffee Lake & # 39 ;, 9Work The creation of Intel's core CPU product line is the result of its 8Work Supports next-generation Coffee Lake hardware with minor enhancements such as advanced thermal interface on high-end processors, support for up to 8 cores, USB 3.1 Gen2 (10Gbps) and CNVi-enabled Wi-Fi. The hardware is still fundamentally original 6.Work The Gen Skylake microarchitecture began in 2016, but based on Intel's latest 14nm process variation technology, it extracted additional frequency and efficiency and gained more high-end cores.

Intel subdivides the CPU in two ways. First, the core i-series number:

  • Core i9: 8 cores, 9900 HT, 9700 no HT
  • Core i7: Eight cores, no HT
  • Core i5: 6 core, no HT
  • Core i3: 4 core, no HT
  • Pentium Gold: 2 core, HT
  • Celeron: Two cores, no HT

Each processor can then have additional suffixes associated with certain features that are enabled or disabled.

  • K = Overclockable
  • KF = Overclocking without integrated graphics
  • No Suffix = Standard CPU, 54-65W TDP, Integrated Graphics
  • F = No integrated graphics
  • T = Low Power, 35W TDP

The idea here is to let the processor know that the name of the processor needs to know what the processor can use. There are almost everything except the differences in the Core i9 section.

9 New FeaturesWork The generation CPU is the F suffix. It means there is no integrated graphics. We have commented on this earlier, but we will show that Intel's manufacturing capabilities, which ultimately can produce cores, are better than the ability to produce graphics at the right frequencies. Therefore, for the maximum square millimeter per square meter is now a free version of the popular CPU. These parts are priced with or without graphics. Intel shows how important the current graphics implementation is. As always, it will be interesting to see how much Intel can make between the F version and the regular processor.

For general processors and low power 35W TDP & # 39; processors, the default variant is the default frequency. Since Intel's TDP rating is only valid at the processor's base frequency, the maximum power consumption of the turbo may be much higher than the TDP value even though the CPU has a high turbo (Intel's Power Limit 2 value is often 25% higher, Ignore this). This is a property only offered by Intel CPUs, which has been aggravated by motherboard manufacturers who have exceeded specifications, and this issue was explained in detail in a previous article. For more information, please click the following link:

https://www.anandtech.com/show/13544/why-intel-processors-draw-more-power-than-expected-tdp-turbo

Each CPU supports DDR4-2666 for core i5 and above, and DDR4-2400 for core i3 and below. This means that the processor can support higher versions, but Intel makes no warranty as to whether it works. All processors are linked to Intel's Opent H10 storage solution announced yesterday. Because H10 must be used with other CPUs, support via H10 is almost arbitrary.

Name and number clearly specified through each subdivision.

Intel 9th ​​Generation Core CPU
Core i9
Anand Techcore
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frequency
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DDR4IGPTDPprice
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i9-9900K8C / 16T3.6 GHz5.0 GHz16MB2666Why95W$ 488
i9-9900KF8C / 16T3.6 GHz5.0 GHz16MB266695W$ 488
i9-99008C / 16T3.1 GHz4.9 / 5.0 *16MB2666Why65W$ 439
i9-9900tea8C / 16T2.1 GHz4.4GHz16MB2666Why35 W$ 439
i9-9700K8C / 8T3.6 GHz4.9 GHz12MB2666Why95W$ 374
i9-9700KF8C / 8T3.6 GHz4.9 GHz12MB266695W$ 374
* i9-9900 supports Intel Thermal Velocity Boost of +100 MHz Turbo.

The Core i9 section has two major numbers, the 9900 family with HyperThreading and the 9700 family without. The i9-9900K and i9-9700K have a corresponding F version with no integrated graphics and a 35W & # 39; T version with a much lower base frequency.

Interestingly, Intel's official documentation states that the Core i9-9900 has a 4.9 GHz processor or 5.0 GHz Intel Thermal Velocity Boost enabled and valid. If you are wondering what the Intel Thermal Velocity Boost is, Intel did not mention it in a previous meeting or briefing, and suddenly it appears on the processor list slide. The slide actually shows the turbo as 5.0 GHz * and the asterisk annotates that it is 5.0 GHz when ITVB is enabled. It's very sad how they did it, and if you just hide the spec sheet, it's easy to miss. In addition, the Core i9-9900, which doubles the awkwardness, only The entire stack of processors with this feature. Why is it just so? I can guess the PR answer, but the real answer? Is Intel testing for functionality? How will the motherboard manufacturer interpret this feature? Do they want to slaughter this too? Intel just opened a can of very specific worms that we took out of the box that we did not tell us.

Intel 9th ​​Generation Core CPU
Core i7
Anand Techcore
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frequency
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frequency
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i7-97008C / 8T3.0 GHz4.7 GHz12MB2666Why65W$ 323
i7-9700F8C / 8T3.0 GHz4.7 GHz12MB266665W$ 323
i7-9700tea8C / 8T2.0 GHz4.3 GHz12MB2666Why35 W$ 323

Moving to core i7 parts will cause problems. Here Intel has listed three core i7-9700 CPUs. But wait, did not you have 9-9700 parts with the Core i9 family? Yes, we did. Intel has determined that the 9700K processor should be Core i9, and the non-K part should be Core i7 (or somebody on Intel wanted to be confused). The only difference between the i9 and i7 versions is the frequency and TDP, and even if you have eight HT-free cores, you can fully understand that a clear separation between the two cores is necessary, but ultimately confusing and obfuscating. Ideal for partners, OEMs, users and followers of the Intel product line. Perhaps to make matters worse, we have a Core i9-K. We do not have a Core i7-K. We have Core i5-K and Core i3-K. I wonder if this naming and segmentation strategy has crossed focus groups beyond engineers or a subset of marketing.

Intel 9th ​​Generation Core CPU
Core i5
Anand Techcore
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frequency
Turbo
frequency
L3
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i5-9600K6C / 6T3.7 GHz4.6 GHz9MB2666Why65W$ 262
i5-9600KF6C / 6T3.7 GHz4.6 GHz9MB266665W$ 262
i5-96006C / 6T3.1 GHz4.6 GHz9MB2666Why65W$ 213
i5-9600tea6C / 6T2.3 GHz3.9 GHz9MB2666Why35 W$ 213
i5-95006C / 6T3.0 GHz4.4GHz9MB2666Why65W$ 192
i5-9500F6C / 6T3.0 GHz4.4GHz9MB266665W$ 192
i5-9500tea6C / 6T2.2 GHz3.7 GHz9MB2666Why35 W$ 192
i5-94006C / 6T2.9 GHz4.1 GHz9MB2666Why65W$ 182
i5-9400F6C / 6T2.9 GHz4.1 GHz9MB266665W$ 182
i5-9400tea6C / 6T1.8 GHz3.4 GHz9MB2666Why35 W$ 182

The Core i5 range is relatively traditional and has several variations on the 9600, 9500, and 9400 parts. The 9600 gets K, KF, and T, whereas the 9500/9400 only gets F and T. Interestingly, here the K part is the only overclockable member on the stack with a TDP of 65W compared to 91W or 95W. These parts have an increased base frequency (3.7 GHz vs. 3.1 GHz), with $ 49 higher tray price (1k units purchased) than overclockable parts.

Intel 9th ​​Generation Core CPU
Core i3
Anand Techcore
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frequency
Turbo
frequency
L3
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i3-9350KF4C / 4T4.0 GHz4.6 GHz8MB240091W$ 173
i3-93204C / 4T3.7 GHz4.4GHz8MB2400Why62 W$ 154
i3-93004C / 4T3.7 GHz4.3 GHz8MB2400Why62 W$ 143
i3-9300tea4C / 4T3.2 GHz3.8 GHz8MB2400Why35 W$ 143
i3-91004C / 4T3.6 GHz4.2 GHz6MB2400Why65W$ 122
i3-9100F4C / 4T3.6 GHz4.2 GHz6MB240065W$ 122
i3-9100tea4C / 4T3.1 GHz3.7 GHz6MB2400Why35 W$ 122

Core i3 also follows the existing method of using the 9350, 9320, 9300, and 9100 parts, which have a slightly lower L3 cache per core and are priced accordingly. The 9350 is available in K or KF, but no standard SKU. Instead, users can use 9320. Only the 9300 and 9100 get the low-power T version and the Core i3 line is more stable than the previous generation. Core i3 parts (and below) are supported only up to DDR4-2400, not DDR4-2666, which is supported by core i5 / i7 / i9 processors.

I must point out that Intel still does not offer a quad core under $ 100 to compete with AMD's Rizgen 3 2200G. AMD's APUs have four complete Zen cores with Vega graphics, which break down graphics workloads compared to Intel's products and bundle a good 65-watt chiller, while Intel CPUs often include chillers . Intel's cheapest quad-core is the i3-9100, which may offer better single-threaded performance, but is 30% more expensive at retail. If you can find one of them, there are 2200G parts that can be used almost anywhere.

Intel 9th ​​Generation Core CPU
Pentium Gold and Celeron
Anand Techcore
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Base
frequency
Turbo
frequency
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DDR4IGPTDPprice
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G56202C / 4T4.0 GHz4MB2400Why54 W$ 86
G5600tea2C / 4T3.3 GHz4MB2400Why35 W$ 75
G54202C / 4T3.8 GHz4MB2400Why54W
58W
$ 64
G5420tea2C / 4T3.2 GHz4MB2400Why35 W$ 64
G49502C / 2T3.3 GHz2MB2400Why54 W$ 52
G49302C / 2T3.2 GHz2MB2400Why54 W$ 42
G4930tea2C / 2T3.0 GHz2MB2400Why35 W$ 42
* G5420 can be derived from dual die (54W) or quad die (58W) (see below).

Pentium Gold / Celeron products range from $ 42 to $ 86. The Pentium Gold CPU is a dual core that supports Hyper-Threading. Celeron parts have a minimum L3 cache per core and only 1 MB. The odd CPU out of the crowd is a Pentium Gold G5420 with 54W and 58W variants. Intel has done this before: one version of this CPU is derived from a dual core die (54W) and the other is a quad core variant (58W). In the past, the model numbers of these two models were different, so we were able to track which parts the user got. If the retailer does not have a part number, there is no difference between Intel's binning and inventory items.

For this processor, you have to pair with the 300 series chipset. No new 300 series chipsets are currently available, so users can rely on the already marketed Z390 / Z370 / Q370 / B360 / H350 / H310 models. Depending on the model selected, the number of available PCIe lanes, SATA ports, number of USB ports, and integrated Wi-Fi are also included. The board manufacturer decides whether to support these features or use the controller. Firmware upgrades to the latest processors will allow most motherboards to start supporting Samsung's new 32GB memory modules, which must support a total of 128GB of memory (two DIMMs per channel, two channels).

Intel has not told us about the review of these new processors, so please let us know if you have any comments on what to test.

This page contains information about Intel's new mobile processor, up to 5.0 GHz *.


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