|Memory Speed||3600 MHz|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
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Intel Core i7-9700K Desktop Processor 8 Cores up to 4.9 GHz Turbo unlocked LGA1151 300 Series 95W
|CPU Model||Core i7|
|Processor Speed||4.9 GHz|
|Processor Socket||LGA 1151|
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- 8 Cores / 8 Threads
- 3.60 GHz up to 4.90 GHz / 12 MB Cache
- Compatible only with Motherboards based on Intel 300 Series Chipsets
- Intel Optane Memory Supported
- Intel UHD Graphics 630
- Cooling device not included - Processor Only
- Memory Support Maximum Capacity 64 GB Memory Support DDR4 2666 MHz ECC Memory No Channel Architecture Dual Channel Maximum Memory Bandwidth 41 GB/s
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|CPU Model||Core i7||AMD Ryzen 7||Core i9||Ryzen 5 3600||Core i7|
|CPU Model Manufacturer||Intel||AMD||Intel||AMD||Intel|
|CPU Socket||LGA 1151||Socket AM4||LGA 1151||Socket AM4||LGA 1151|
|CPU Speed||4.9 GHz||4.4 GHz||5 GHz||4.2 GHz||3.7 GHz|
|Item Dimensions||4.57 x 3.98 x 2.76 inches||1.57 x 1.57 x 0.24 inches||2.91 x 4.41 x 4.61 inches||1.57 x 1.57 x 0.24 inches||4.00 x 2.00 x 4.60 inches|
|Item Weight||1.59 ounces||1.40 lbs||0.02 ounces||1.60 ounces||3.00 ounces|
|Wattage||95||65 watts||95 watts||65 watts||95|
Specifications Mfr Part Number: BX80684I79700K model: Intel Core i7-9700k processor Core name: coffee Lake Core count: 8 thread count: 8 clock speed: 3.6 GHz max Turbo Frequency: 4.9 GHz Smart Cache: 12 MB DMI3: 8.0 gt/s lithography: 14 nm socket: LGA 1151 Max thermal design Power: 95 W memory Type: DDR4-2666 processor graphics: Intel UHD Graphics 630 graphics base frequency: 350 MHz graphics Max dynamic frequency: 1.20 GHz max CPU configuration: 1 advanced technologies: Intel Octane Memory Supported Intel Turbo Boost 2. 0 technology Intel Pro technology Intel virtualization technology (VT-x) Intel virtualization technology for directed I/O (vt-d) Intel tsx-ni Intel 64 instruction set 64-bit instruction set extensions - Intel SSE4. 1, Intel SSE4. 2, Intel Avx2 idle States enhanced Intel speed step Technology thermal monitoring technologies Intel identity protection technology; Intel stable image platform program (SIPP) Intel AES new instructions secure Key Intel software Guard extensions (Intel SGI) Intel memory protection extensions (Intel MPX) Intel OS Guard Intel trusted execution technology execute disable bit Intel boot Guard.
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Intels screwing their customers by forcing hyperthreading on its next step up CPU. Either of the 2 are over priced garbage with not even 2% better performance than the 8700k in gaming. Do some research you will see this "gen" has 1-2 more FPS max in gaming compared to 8700k. That goes for the 9900k as well!! 9600k is the only one I would reccomend here.
The 8700k is better than this for a cheaper cost because of its hyper threading.
Buying more of these processors is only entitling intel to continue the outrageous price hike.
First it was no improvements on their cpus for years. Now it's the same with this "generation" but a hefty slap in the face for cost.
I put off finishing a new PC since March of this year for the z390 platform and it's accompanying 9th series chips. I don't feel like I would have missed out on much by utilizing z370 and the 8700k however.
I have my 9700k overclocked at a stable 4.9Ghz across all cores with 1.250 volts on the vcore, but have not had luck being able to hit 5Ghz even at 1.4 volts. I'm not going to go higher for temperature reasons. Maybe it's my chip and the silicon lottery was not in my favor.
Temperatures are fairly good for the packaged power. With my H150i Pro 360mm AIO and Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut my CPU will idle around 30 C with a room temp of 23 C. My 6600k idled at 24 C with a Hyper 212 evo. After 30 minutes on Prime95 I max around 80 C and it will not rise after any further length of testing.
Aigo Atlantis case
i7 9700k @ 4.9Ghz
Z390 MSI Gaming Pro Carbon motherboard
1tb 970 EVO M.2 SSD
MSI RTX 2080 Ti
Corsair H150i Pro 360mm AIO
16gb Corsair Vengeance PRO RGB 3200mhz
Corsair RM750x power supply
7 ea - 120mm Aigo RGB fans with controller
Intel i7-9700K @ 5.0 Ghz
Noctua NH-U14S (2 fan)
Asus ROG Maximus X Code - BIOS 1704
Team Dark Pro 2x8 CL14 @ 3200 Mhz
EVGA RTX 2080 XC Ultra
EVGA Supernova 1000W G
There's little doubt in my mind this is the best gaming processor available for sale today. It's fast, reliable and cooler than the previous i7, also very easily overclockable.
This processor is so fast for everyday use and gaming I honestly can't think of anything bad to say about it. Having upgraded from an old system, it feels so completely different I cannot recommend it enough, however the best things about it (for me) is its performance while gaming and its thermals.
Paired with a RTX 2080 this processor is able to deliver a stable 120+ FPS on most titles I tested in a 2K resolution, multitasking is also incredibly fast, haven't noticed any influence at all on games even with open software in the background.
I have it OC'ed with 1.3 Volts Vcore to 5.0Ghz and right now, no problems in any stress tests I tried and I've done absolutely zero tinkering yet, it worked right ou of the box. I'm using a Noctua NH-U14S aircooler with 2 fans and usual load temps (while gaming) are in the high 50s low 60s, on all my stress tests the highest temp I got was 85oC under heavy AVX load, which is unbelievably cool for the setup I think. The soldered IHS is perfect for those who (like me) are not comfortable with deliding their CPUs giving us way better results for zero hassle. I think it's important to say that I'm running it in a (high end) Z370 motherboard and it's working perfectly.
Using a Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Ultra. (Gigabyte probably has the best VRM of this generation of boards)
cpu mark - 20352
cinebench r15 - 1631 (stock got 1472)
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One word of warning though, if purchasing this CPU, make sure to get a pretty high end air cooler, or better yet, a AIO liquid cooler (I'm using an NZXT Kraken x62, could also use the Corsair AIO). Inititally I bought a budget cooler and the 9700K simply gets way too hot for it to handle. Also recommend pairing it with a higher end z390 motherboard, as this will likely improve the performance over the entry level z390's, which will struggle to keep cool with this cpu.
With good cooling, this CPU is comfortably the best CPU for gaming currently, even though it lacks the hyperthreading of the 9900k, it is cheaper, has almost identical performance and is probably a little cooler thanks to the lack of hyperthreading. Can also OC this CPU if desired and your cooling is capable of handling it.
Non è di socket LGA1151 poichè non è compatibile alla mi MoBa ROG MAXIMUS XI HERO.
Mi ha sprecato tempo ma con santa pazienza si spera.
Ho cercato come è la forma del socket 1151 e quello di questo CPU è troppo diverso, ecco immagini a confronto il processore ricevuto e una foto di un autentico i7 9700K...
Edit: Ho fatto il reso e ho ricevuto il prodotto richiesto! Amazon fa il bel colpo!!