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Old 10-08-2018, 09:37 AM   #1
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Intel Announces X-Series Basin Falls Refresh Processors, Up to 18 Cores

Intel announced its Basin Falls Refresh here at its Fall Desktop Launch Event in New York. The new processors drop into the Intel's High End Desktop (HEDT) platform for enthusiasts, content creators, and prosumers. The new processors slot into existing X399 motherboards.

As expected, the new processors come with increased clock speeds, but retain similar core counts across the board. Intel has, however, announced the details of its 28-core W-3175X processor that will serve as the new flagship processor of its portfolio. That unlocked Xeon model requires a different chipset than the Basin Falls processors. You can read more details of Intel's 28-core processors here.

Intel Announces X-Series Basin Falls Refresh Processors, Up to 18 Cores
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