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Arrival of Intel® Core™ X-series Extreme

Experience Extreme Performance Today with Arrival of Intel® Core™ X-series Extreme Edition 18-core Processor, Alongside 14- and 16-core

Intel is announcing the availability of its 14-, 16- and 18-core processors – Intel® Core™ i9-7940X, Intel® Core™ i9-7960X and Intel® Core™ i9-7980XE processors – which begin shipping to ecosystem customers today. This final piece of the puzzle rounds out the availability of the Intel® Core™ X-series processor family, providing content creators and enthusiasts with the much-anticipated Extreme Edition, the most extreme desktop processor ever introduced.

While the entire Intel Core X-series processor family delivers on the promise of rich, immersive experiences that require significant compute power, the Extreme Edition brings a new level of power to content creators, enabling extreme mega-tasking, a platform for editing and rendering high-resolution 4K and VR video, and a full studio on your PC.

With Intel Core X-series Extreme Edition processors, content creators can expect up to 80 percent better performance for VR content creation[1] and up to 60 percent faster 4K video editing[2] over the previous generation’s Extreme Edition.

Retailers now can offer the entire Intel Core X-series processor family.

Links:

Press Kit: Intel Core X-series processors

Intel Core X-series processor family fact sheet

Intel Core X-series processor family product overview

Intel Core X-series processors (Intel.com)


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