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Intel Core i9-9900 - (1151/8 Core/16 Threads/upto 5Ghz/16MB/Coffee Lake/95W/Graphics) £404.97 at Laptops Direct
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Intel Core i9-9900 - (1151/8 Core/16 Threads/upto 5Ghz/16MB/Coffee Lake/95W/Graphics) £404.97 at Laptops Direct

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Processor
Type / Form Factor Intel Core i9 9900 (9th Gen)
Number of Cores 8-core
Number of Threads 16 threads
Cache 16 MB
Cache Memory Details Smart Cache - 16 MB
Processor Qty 1
Clock Speed 3.1 GHz
Max Turbo Speed 5 GHz
Compatible Processor Socket LGA1151 Socket
Manufacturing Process 14 nm
Thermal Design Power 65 W
Thermal Specification 100 °C
PCI Express Revision 3.0
PCI Express Configurations 1x16, 2x8, 1x8+2x4
PCI Express Lanes Qty 16
Architecture Features Enhanced SpeedStep technology, Hyper-Threading Technology, Execute Disable Bit capability, Intel Virtualization Technology, Intel 64 Technology, Intel Trusted Execution Technology, streaming SIMD extensions 4.1, streaming SIMD extensions 4.2, Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, Intel AES New Instructions (AES-NI), Thermal Monitoring Technologies, Intel Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d), Idle States, Intel VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT), Intel Identity Protection Technology, Intel Secure Key, Intel Advanced Vector Extensions 2 (AVX2.0), Intel TSX-NI, Intel Stable Image Platform Program (SIPP), Intel OS Guard, Intel Software Guard Extensions (SGX), Intel Memory Protection Extensions (MPX), Intel Optane Memory Supported, Intel Boot Guard, Intel Thermal Velocity Boost, Intel vPro Platform Eligibility
General
Product Type Processor
Integrated Graphics
Type Intel UHD Graphics 630
Base Frequency 350 MHz
Max Dynamic Frequency 1.2 GHz
Max Supported Memory Size 64 GB
Max Supported Resolution 4096x2304@24Hz (HDMI), 4096x2304@60Hz (eDP), 4096x2304@60Hz (DP)
Features Intel Clear Video Technology, Intel Clear Video HD Technology, InTRU 3D Technology, Intel Quick Sync Video, Triple Display Capable
Miscellaneous
Package Type Intel Boxed
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support Limited warranty - 3 years
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9 Comments
I guess it's good if you can only take 9th gen in your mobo, but 10th gen 10700 seems to be same or faster for a lot less (about £325).
Not bad. Pretty sure that should be 16 threads, not 18
9700k 2as going for £250 8 months ago, what happened to the price.
You would think no one would buy at this price and just get the much better 10700 but if you think about it z490 motherboards prices a ridiculous at this point in time so may be for someone it could be a buy.
shamus2130/06/2020 19:56

You would think no one would buy at this price and just get the much …You would think no one would buy at this price and just get the much better 10700 but if you think about it z490 motherboards prices a ridiculous at this point in time so may be for someone it could be a buy.


MSI Pro A £150
Scottc12330/06/2020 20:49

MSI Pro A £150


msi pro a z370 £85.00

msi pro a z390 £99.00

msi pro a z490 £150.00

How prices change at release and they are all pretty much the same chipsets
Edited by: "shamus21" 1st Jul
shamus2101/07/2020 04:38

msi pro a z370 £85.00msi pro a z390 £99.00msi pro a z490 £150.00How pr …msi pro a z370 £85.00msi pro a z390 £99.00msi pro a z490 £150.00How prices change at release and they are all pretty much the same chipsets


That's about right for a 2-year old motherboard.
The ones that are ridiculous are the gaming ones. You essentially pay £50-100 for naff LEDs and garish styling, oh and WiFi. The VRMS on the Pro A are the same as the gaming boards upto about models costing £350-400...for a motherboard
These are back in stock now, and so are the other CPU variants in the 9900 range.
Edited by: "daf00" 9th Jul
NitrousUK30/06/2020 16:24

I guess it's good if you can only take 9th gen in your mobo, but 10th gen …I guess it's good if you can only take 9th gen in your mobo, but 10th gen 10700 seems to be same or faster for a lot less (about £325).


I wondered this. What chip is best for a gaming computer right now for this sort of budget? Thanks
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