- High-performance desktops
- First 18-core processor
- Extreme gaming, mega-tasking, and high-end content creation
Computers with the new 9th Generation Intel? Core? desktop processors are packed with performance for mainstream and competitive gamers. With up to 8 cores, 16 threads, 5.0 GHz, and 16 MB cache the 9th Generation Intel? Core? desktop processors are built for gaming. Overall system performance is boosted up to 15%1 vs. 8th Gen Intel? Core? processors and you can Game + Stream + Record with up to 40%2 more FPS on Total War: WARHAMMER II vs. a 3-yr. old PC.
Work, play, and create as quickly and seamlessly as your heart desires.
8th Gen Intel? Core? processors deliver 2X3 4 faster performance empowering people to focus, create, and connect like never before.
Intel is raising the bar on connectivity. Access content 12X4 5 faster with Gigabit WiFi.
Edit your 4K 360 videos 6.54 3 faster. Editing that used to take about 6 minutes can now be done just under a minute.
Get an amazing entertainment hub—stream 4K UHD videos, power virtual reality, and play the most demanding games. With 4x more pixels on screen than traditional HD, you can enjoy sharp, lifelike visuals, complex shading, and fast frame rates—all with virtually no stuttering, buffering, or lags. And be ready for revolutionary immersive experiences yet to come.
Now everyday computer tasks can happen faster. Edit photos and videos seamlessly. Move between programs and windows quickly. Multitask easily. Better still, all that performance comes with up to 10 hours of battery life4 3, so you can take your computer wherever you go without worrying about cords and plug points.
At 12x the speed of a 1x1 802.11 b/g/n typically found in 5 year old PCs, our latest Intel? Wireless-AC 2X2 with 160MHz channels delivers Gigabit WiFi speeds. Experience smoother gaming and 4K UHD video streaming, faster file transfers and backups, and two antennas for reliable connections throughout your home.
Simplify your life with more natural interactions with multiple voice services that help you search the web, control the lights and temperature in your home, play music and even shopping with the sound of voice whether at home or on the go.
Embedded Multi-die Interconnect Bridge (EMIB) acts as an intelligent information bridge between the discrete graphics chip and high bandwidth memory, allowing those components to be bundled closely together in the same package. This creates space savings, which enables innovative thin and light devices that still deliver the performance to power your most demanding content creation, gaming and VR experiences.
Performance results are based on testing as of October 2, 2018 and may not reflect all publicly available security updates. See configuration disclosure for details. No product can be absolutely secure.
As Measured by SYSmark* 2014 SE Overall on 9th Gen Intel? Core? i9-9900K processor vs. 8th Gen Intel? Core? i7-8700K processor. SYSmark* 2014 SE (Second Edition) is a benchmark from the BAPCo* consortium that measures the performance of Windows* platforms. SYSmark tests the usage scenarios: Office Productivity, Media Creation, Responsiveness and Data/Financial Analysis. SYSmark contains real applications from Independent Software Vendors such as Microsoft* and Adobe*. Reported metrics: SYSmark 2014 SE Rating and a rating for each scenario result (higher is better for all). Scaling efficiencies: CPU dominant, sensitive to frequency, core count and memory. QSV enabled.
System configuration: Intel? Core? i9-9900K processor, PL1=95W TDP, 8C16T, Turbo up to 5.0GHz, Motherboard: GIGABYTE Z390, Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 1080Ti, Memory: 4x4GB DDR4, Storage: 512GB Intel? SSD NVMe* 760p, OS: Windows* 10 RS4 Build 1803, BIOS Version T0d with MCU 0x96.
As Measured by Mega-Tasking Gaming Scenario on Total War: WARHAMMER II with 9th Gen Intel? Core? i9-9900K processor vs. 6th Gen Intel? Core? i7-6700K processor. Mega-tasking Scenario on Total War: WARHAMMER II - FPS while playing, streaming, recording via OBS and Twitch.
System configuration: Intel? Core? i7-6700K processor, PL1=95W TDP, 4C8T, Turbo up to 4.2GHz, Motherboard: ASUS Z170MPLUS, Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 1080Ti, Memory: 4x4GB DDR4, Storage: 512GB Intel? SSD NVMe* 760p, OS: Windows* 10 RS4 Build 1803, BIOS Version 3805 with MCU 0xC2.
As measured by SYSmark* 2014 SE (Second Edition) Overall : Intel? Core? i5-8265U processor, PL1= 15W TDP, 4C8T, Turbo up to 3.9GHz, Graphics: Intel? UHD Graphics 620, Memory: 2x8GB DDR4-2400, Storage: Intel? 760p SSD, OS: Microsoft Windows* 10 RS4 Build 17134.112, BIOS: X150.B00.1807031951, MCU: 0x98. Intel? Core? i5-4200U processor, PL1=15W TDP, 2C4T, Turbo up to 2.6GHz, Graphics: HD 4000, Memory: 4GB DDR3, Storage: 512GB 545S SSD, OS: Microsoft Windows* 10 Pro Build 10.0.17134.48, BIOS: HSWLPTU1.86C.0139.R01.1801190506,MCU: 0x23 WEBXPRT* 3 Up to 1.8X better web performance with an 8th Gen Intel? Core? i5-8265U processor vs. 5YO.
Benchmark results were obtained prior to implementation of recent software patches and firmware updates intended to address exploits referred to as "Spectre" and "Meltdown". Implementation of these updates may make these results inapplicable to your device or system.
Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel? microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark* and MobileMark*, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations, and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products. For more complete information visit http://www.3922087.com/benchmarks.
As measured by over the air TCP throughput on an Intel? Reference Platform with Intel? Core? i7-8565U processor and Intel? Wireless-AC 9560 module (with 2x2 160MHz channels) vs. an OEM Intel? Core? i5-4200U processor with 1x1 BGN (150Mbps), placed within range of 3 meters from the access point with enabling Gigabit WiFi technologies.