Intel's new 9th Gen Core i5, i7 and i9 processors are now available for pre-order. While we are still eagerly awaiting the company's often delayed 10nm Cannon Lake CPU, the latest family of processors brings some welcome improvements. For safety reasons, they are each protected against problems with the meltdown variant 3 and the L1 terminal fault. In general, power users can count on a strong performance boost – especially if you choose the new i9-9900K, which Intel calls "the best gaming processor in the world." Period. "
If you want to upgrade your current PC, the pre-order will now guarantee delivery on or around the launch day, which is currently being discontinued on October 1
The installation of the new CPU in your current rig should be fairly easy, as long as you have the right motherboard. Like the previous generation, Intel's 9th generation has the same LGA 1151 socket and requires a motherboard with one Intel 300 Series Chipset Fortunately, these are easy to find and not too expensive, but if you have not temporarily upgraded your CPU, you really need to uproot your system for the new processor to play well.
Of course, if you have not already Having a powerful PC, many manufacturers have quickly implemented Intel's 9th Gen CPUs into their pre-built offerings, just to name a few: Origin already offers a fleet of desktops and laptops up to Core i9 pre-installed at the cash register. Also, Asus, Maingear and Dell are equipped with the latest processor from Intel in their upcoming offerings, and more will follow soon.