And it’s both more expensive than the Ryzen opposition, and – on paper – slower.
The processor news just keeps coming, and today Intel gets another bite of the cherry, after releasing a processor price list online that lists its upcoming 12-core 19 7920X.
What’s interesting is that this is in fact a slower part than the Core i9 7900X. The 7920X has a base clock of 2.9GHz, compared to the 7900X’s 3.3GHz. Of course, it also has two more cores than the 10-core 7900X.
We’ve no details yet on its boost clock, however, which could well be much higher.
Pricing, though, we do have. The 7920X will retail for $US1189 – $US200 dearer than the 7900X, and also much dearer than the $US799 Ryzen Threadripper 1920X, which also boasts 12 cores, and a base clock of 3.5GHz.
Thanks to Dutch site Hardware.info for the news.
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