Intel Core i9-9900K review
The 9th Gen Intel® Core™ i9-9900K processor set 16 benchmark records, including a world record, as part of last week’s extreme overclocking1 demonstration at the Intel Fall Desktop Launch in New York City. There are many things that are worth talking about, and that is why I wanted to wait until I had all the information I needed to write this article. We started with the Core i9 9900K and the performance tests that have been published recently, and how we do not put you in situation.
Ventilation : They used the Ryzen series fan, while they took advantage of a more advanced Noctua fan (NG-U14S) to cool the Core i9-9900K. something that could significantly impact the results of tests that demand a lot from these processors.
Layered cores : AMD has an option called “Game Mode” that disables half of the cores to improve game performance of Threadrupper processors.
Memory : in Principled Technologies they configured the machine based on the AMD Ryzen. Advantage of four memory modules that damaged the support of the dual-channel memory controllers of these processors.
Resolution : the resolution of 1,920×1,080 pixels chosen for the tests has also been criticized. However, a processor in which one spends more than 500 dollars is probably not oriented to a team to play in 1080p.
Intel Core i9-9900K Processor Key Features
-Intel Smart Cache.
-PCI Express 3.0 Interface.
-Chipset / Motherboard Compatibility.
-Intel UHD Graphics 630.
-CPU Overclocking Enabled (with Intel Z390 or Z370 chipsets).
-Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0.-Graphics Overclocking Enabled (with Intel Z390 or Z370 chipsets).
-Integrated Memory Controller.
-Intel Hyper-Threading Technology.
Pros & Cons
-Dominating hyper-threading performance
-Runs significantly cooler
-Tight energy consumption
-Little to no improvement for gaming