Intel is reportedly launching its new Core i9 range of processors next month, starting with the Core i9-7920X (12C/24T) but the 14C/28T, 16C/32T, and 18C/36T processors will be launching in October.
The first phase of Intel's new Core launch will see the 4/6/8/10-core models launch, while the second phase will see the 12C/24T chip launch, and then finally the mudslide of 14/16/18-core parts. Intel will reportedly begin accepting pre-orders of the new 4/6/8/10-core Kaby Lake-X and Skylake-X processors on June 19, shipping to consumers on June 26. All of these processors will work on the new X299 chipset.
Intel's upcoming 12C/24T processor in the Core i9-7920X will launch in August for a hefty $1199, while the super high-end Core i9-7980XE with 18C/36T of power will launch in October.
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