By ET Bureau - January 15, 2023 1 Mins Read
Intel Corporation has introduced a new desktop processor, the Core i9-13900KS, which the company describes as the first in the industry to deliver frequencies of up to 6 gigahertz without the need for overclocking.
Overclocking is the process of giving a processor more power than it was intended to receive. Users frequently need to install difficult cooling equipment in their computers to dissipate the heat produced by overclocking. The new Core i9-13900KS has 24 cores with a maximum thread count of 32.
Eight of the cores have been built with performance in mind and are intended to run computationally demanding software. 18 efficiency cores, which sacrifice some performance for greater power efficiency, are also included in the Core i9-13900KS.
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