Here are the full specifications for Intel’s Core X “Skylake-X” processors (Core i9 & Core i7)

Videocardz has leaked the full specifications for Intel’s Core X processors that are based on Skylake-X. Intel has already released the one and only Core i5 model, all of its Core i7 and one Core i9 models, and we expect the company to release four more Core i9 processors in the coming months.

These new Core i9 processors are: Intel Core i9 7920X, Intel Core i9 7940X, Intel Core i9 7960X, Intel Core i9 7980XE.

The Intel Core i9 7920X will have 12 CPU cores and will support 24 threads via Hyper Threading, will be clocked at 2.9Ghz, will be turbo-boosted to 4.4Ghz, will feature 44 PCIe lanes and will be priced at $1199.

The Intel Core i9 7940X will have 14 CPU cores and will support 28 threads via Hyper Threading, will be clocked at 3.1Ghz, will be turbo-boosted to 4.4Ghz, will feature 44 PCIe lanes and will be priced at $1399.

Intel Core i9 7960X will be the second high-end CPU, featuring 16 CPU cores and and supporting 32 threads via Hyper Threading, will be clocked at 2.8Ghz, will be turbo-boosted to 4.4Ghz, will feature 44 PCIe lanes and will be priced at $1699.

Last but not least, the Intel Core i9 7980XE will be Intel’s most powerful CPU, offering 18 CPU cores and and supporting 36 threads via Hyper Threading, will be clocked at 2.6Ghz, will be turbo-boosted to 4.4Ghz, will feature 44 PCIe lanes and will be priced at $1999.

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