Hello everyone, I am a master of eating melons. By the end of the year, there was nothing to do, so recently I was preparing a big thing with Mr. Zhang who was unwilling to reveal the gender. It should be done all before and share with everyone. I was still idle while preparing the script, so I found an acquaintance, and borrowed a piece of Intel ’s 14nm eschatology from the “Chong” in October (this is said to be the case)-Core i9 9900KS .
The Core i9 9900KS is a processor with a 14nm process and 8 cores and 16 threads, a base frequency of 4.0GHz, and a full core core frequency of 5.0GHz. It is an unlocked processor. Simply put, it is an enhanced or special version of the Core i9 9900K. In fact, Intel picked out some particularly good 9900Ks (commonly known as "great eagles"), re-polished them, and then went on the market. In fact, it was just like the relationship between Core i7 8700K and Core i7 8086K.
The knowledgeable person should also be able to see that the 9900KS I borrowed is different from the official version, which is the ES version, but it is no different from the official version, and after testing, the 9900KS ES is relatively ordinary, not special. The special features in China, so don't worry, most of the official 9900KS can reach its level.
i9 9900K / 9900KF base frequency is 3.6GHz, single core core frequency is 5.0GHz, but it is well known that i9 9900K / 9900KF mostly works at full core 4.7GHz, and the theoretical performance gap is 6% compared to full core 5.0GHz 9900KS. about. However, the i9 9900K / 9900KF can also be overclocked. I have seen many i9 9900K / 9900KF can be overclocked to the full core 5.0GHz with the support of excellent motherboards and heat dissipation. It seems that the actual difference is not large. I have a 9900K in my hand and it can be stable at 5.0GHz under the voltage of 1.3v-1.35v, which is pretty good.