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The expensive price tag of the i9 makes it hard to value as an investment when upgrading from an i7. It is not suited to daily tasks and moderate processing needs as those can easily be done through previous Core-i models. Users looking for higher clock speeds through the upgraded Thermal Velocity Boost that ensures the processor runs at an optimum temperature of 50 degrees Celsius ensuring better performance in the long run. The upgraded Optane Memory used in the i9 is a next-gen memory technology that increases the responsiveness and processing efficiency of the chipset.
Exceptional 4K file performance
Better than SSD and hard drive system
The Core i9 promises to be a great processor for gaming rigs in the market, with its incredibly fast processing speeds it can load and run intensive gameplay without heating up in the slightest. It is best suited though for creatives in the game industry and design, for artists and photographers and filmmakers.
The expansive four channels of DDR4 RAM and 44 lanes of PCI Express are an improvement when compared to the 28 lanes in i7. The i9 has been designed with a special focus on high-performance gaming being able to meet all the 4K, 6K and 8K requirements with its 3.3 GHz chip that can be Turbo Boosted to overclock at 4.5 GHz. This gives it extra power in case it is needed by you.
The drawback of a large processing power distribution is that it overheats quickly and start to become noisy without a proper cool down.
The data processing power of the i9 will make editing video and rendering 3D VFX easy and smoother. The time it takes to render films can be up to 36 hours, to shorten this time and save valuable energy in case something goes wrong the i9 will not fail when other previous Core-i's might freeze.
The hyper-threading technology has been improved with several cores creating a multi-threaded processor that can boost performance with all 6-core chips. The 64-bit x86 CPU has up to 18 cores offered by Intel processors.
The core i9 is also part of the Intel Core X-series that is based on a small 14 nm process technology making it efficient and capable of running the Skylake-X microarchitecture.