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Intel working on dual-core i3-7360X for X299

X299 is reportedly getting a dual-core i3-7360X, and we don't know why
By: Anthony Garreffa | CPU, APU & Chipsets News | Posted: Sep 22, 2017 7:08 am

Intel has been reacting to Ryzen for most of the year, but one of the bigger surprises could be that Chipzilla is working on a new dual-core Core i3-7360X processor.




Intel's purported Core i3-7360X processor will be a HEDT version of the current Core i3-7350K, which will be replaced by the Core i3-8350K.




The new Core i3-7360K will be a dual-core CPU with a turbo clock of 4.3GHz, while the TDP is a massive 112W. Great tech for a dual-core processor, which will be around 1.25% faster than the current-gen Core i3-7350K, let alone the new Core i3-8350K.


A dual-core i3-7360K for X299... Intel, what's going on?!


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