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Fujitsu leaks Intels complete 9th generation product line


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Ya want your partners to be ready to support all the products you have coming out but not before you get a chance to announce it. OOPS, Fujitsu released their product line and all compatible CPUs that will work on their motherboards. Yup. we now see the whole Enchilada. Would hate to be the person who signed off on this or released the info before it's time.

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-9th-generation-cpu-list-specs,38754.html

Intel 9th Generation CPUs 

  Cores / Threads Base / Boost Freq. (GHz) Integrated Graphics Memory Support Cache TDP RCP
Core i9-9900K 8 / 16 3.6 / 5.0 UHD 630 DDR4-2666 16MB 95W $488
Core i9-9900KF 8 / 16 3.6 / 5.0 No DDR4-2666 16MB 95W $488
Core i9-9900 8 / 16 ? UHD 630 DDR4-2666 ? 65W ?
Core i7-9700K 8 / 8 3.6 / 4.9 UHD 630 DDR4-2666 12MB 95W $374
Core i7-9700KF 8 / 8 3.6 / 4.9 No DDR4-2666 12MB 95W $374
Core i7-9700F 8 / 8 ? No DDR4-2666 ? 65W ?
Core i7-9700T 8 / 8 ? UHD 630 DDR4-2666 ? 65W ?
Core i5-9600K 6 / 6 3.7 / 4.6 UHD 630 DDR4-2666 9MB 95W $262
Core i5-9600KF 6 / 6 3.7 / 4.6 No DDR4-2666 9MB 95W $262
Core i5-9500F 6 / 6 ? No DDR4-2666 ? 65W ?
Core i5-9400F 6 / 6 ? No DDR4-2666 ? 65W ?
Core i5-9400 6 / 6 2.9 / 4.1 UHD 630 DDR4-2666 9MB 65W $182
Core i5-9400F 6 / 6 2.9 / 4.1 No DDR4-2666 9MB 65W $182
Core i5-9500T / 9600T 6 / 6 ? UHD 630 DDR4-2666 ? 35W ?
Core i5-9400T 6 / 6 ? UHD 630 DDR4-2666 ? 35W ?
Core i3-9350KF 4 / 4 4.0 / 4.6 No DDR4-2400 8MB 91W $173
Core i3-9300 / 9320 4 /4 ?
UHD 630

DDR4-2400
? 62W ?
Core i3-9100 4 /4 ?
UHD 630

DDR4-2400
? 65W ?
Core i3-9100T / 9300T 4 / 4 ?
UHD 630

DDR4-2400
? 35W ?
Pentium Gold G5600F / G6520 2 / 4 3.9 / -
UHD 630

DDR4-2400
? 54W ?
Pentium Gold G5420 2 / 4 ?
UHD 610

DDR4-2400
? 54-58W ?
Pentium Gold G5600T 2 / 4 ?
UHD 630

DDR4-2400
? 35W ?
Pentium Gold G5420T 2 /4  ?
UHD 610

DDR4-2400
? 35W ?
Celeron G4390 / G4950 2 / 4 ?
UHD 610

DDR4-2400
? 54W ?
Celeron G4930T 2 / 4 ?
UHD 610

DDR4-2400
? 35W ?
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39 minutes ago, Drew Dowdell said:

Nothing terribly exciting. It's not like we have a whole lot of choice in processors anymore anyway. I can't believe they're still making Pentiums and Celerons.... I guess for embedded devices or something. 

Celeron or what us insiders call cellary chips stick around due to the power management, but they suck at actually doing more than web browsing and power point presentations. Would never recommend one to someone.

Pentium's are around for the Gamers. Amazing how many people who are on teams always talk about the Pentium. Think it is marketing more than anything else but they do seem to have as you stated a place in embedded devices and small entertainment box's.

Any serious power user / gamer will go i9 all the way.

Still very interesting to see how far Intel is pushing some chips and ways.

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