Intel Core i9-9900KS more expensive over USD 100 than version K. Will it be worth the extra payment?

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Intel Core i9-9900KS will be launched next month, and its price is still a secret. Intel has not set an official ceiling. Which does not mean that there is no speculation or leaks about the cost of buying a new i9.

The processor will replace Intel Core i9-9900K on the chair of the 1151 base leader. It will be an 8-core and 16-thread unit with a base frequency of 4 GHz and boost up to 5 GHz on all cores. The TDP that Intel gives is 127 W. In fact, it's i9-9900K on steroids and also how it is produced in the 14nm ++ process, it doesn't bring significant improvements.

Due to the information there is a shop well known to local users from Australia. His valuation would be 899 Australian dollars (about 2450 zlotys). For this, momomo_us tracked the US price at 603.66 US dollars (roughly 2420 zlotys). For comparison – 9900K in the United States costs standard $ 495 (1990 zlotys), and in Poland the prices of new copies start from 2290 zlotys.

Nobody is deluded that the price in our country will be an ideal reflection of that of Australia or the USA, certainly the final one will turn out to be slightly larger, but we have some room for estimates. I wonder just how the premiere of the i9-9900KS will affect the prices of 9900K and other high generation 9th Intel Core models.

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