Intel Core i9-11900KB: 65-watt Tiger Lake appeared for “desktop”

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After Intel launched its Tiger Lake CPUs in the laptop as Tiger Lake-H35 (test) with up to 4 cores and 28 to 35W TDP, Tiger Lake-H45 with up to eight cores and TDP from 35 to 35 65W, Intel Core i9-11900KB processor now showing up to 5.3 GHz for desktop for the first time.

Intel’s first CPU at 10nm for ‘desktop’

Although Intel itself does an Core i9-11900 KB ARK already lists in its product database, and some questions remain unanswered, even if it’s the website Video Cards It is already talking about Intel’s first 10nm desktop CPU.

Tiger Lake as Intel Core i9-11900KB for

Tiger Lake as Intel Core i9-11900KB for “Desktop”

Intel Core i9-11900KB memory and graphics

Intel Core i9-11900KB memory and graphics

In fact, it’s actually Intel’s first 10nm processor for the desktop, but whether it’s made for DIY work remains highly questionable. In all likelihood, you will be using Intel BGA (“Ball Grid Array”).

A BGA socket conceivable for all-in-one computers

Based on Tiger Lake-H45, the CPU should be designed for a BGA socket 1440 and thus soldered to the PCB. It’s almost impossible to be a draft for the current LGA 1200 socket.

Therefore Intel itself also classifies the processor in the “Mobile” broad segment and defines the CPU application area as “PC, client, and tablet”. Presumably, customers will only see Core i9-11900KB in integrated computer systems.

Up to 5.3GHz at 65W TDP

The performance data is still exciting to read. Core i9-11900KB has a clock rate of 3.3 to 4.9 GHz and goes up to 5.3 GHz for a short time with Intel Thermal Velocity Boost.

The processor can be surrounded by up to 128GB of DDR4-3200 RAM and has an integrated Intel UHD Graphics Intel Xe-series GPU for a total of 32 compute units and up to 1.45GHz.

Updated 05/28/2021 10:10 PM

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