Intel officially announced its desktop 10th-gen Core processor last night.

The Intel Core i9-10900K processor is the top lineup of the new Intel 10th Generation Core Processors for the desktop, offering up to 10 cores of 20 threads and native memory speeds of DDR4-2933. In addition, it utilizes Thermal Velocity Boost 2 to provide clock speeds up to 5.3 GHz.

This 10th-generation core processor for desktops features hyper-threading technology that now applies to both i9 and i3 processors, and can take advantage of various advanced features such as improved core and memory overclocking, 2.5g Ethernet connector i225 support, and Wi-Fi 6 support. It will be.

According to Intel’s official announcement, the i9-10900K will experience improved performance, including 63% higher game frames compared to the i7-7700K, the 3rd generation pre-processor, and 12% faster video editing compared to the previous generation i9-9900K. It is being introduced.

The 10th-gen Core processor for the Intel desktop hasn’t yet announced the exact release date, but it will be released in May, and will be available to consumers with motherboards equipped with the new socket LGA1200.