The 7nm are delayed but do not worry, we will soon have new Intel Core i9 KA-Series processors, which have already been listed by European lands with the price included. These are the Intel Core i9-10900KA, the Intel Core i9-10850KA, the Intel Core i9-10700KA, and the Intel Core i9-10600KA.
Now, no one knows what the tagline “KA” means. From “K”, we know that it is an overclocking friendly unlocked processor, but from “A” the reason is unknown since Intel has never used this nomenclature in the past. On the other hand, it is also curious to see Core i7 and Core i5 processors cataloged as Core i9, so the ignorance is double, although as a clue, the Base frequencies are the same, while the Turbo is non-existent, they are not mentioned.
Around the prices, they are all slightly cheaper than their “K” counterparts, not to mention naming 6-core and 8-core CPUs Core i9, of course.
On the other hand, as the news is very short, we return to the Intel Core i9-10850 K, a 10-core processor, and 20 processing threads that will reach a Base / Turbo frequency of 3.60 / 5.20 GHz (vs. 3.70 / 5.30 GHz of the Core i9-10900K). The latest information indicates that it would be released next Monday according to a leaked image, and well, there are few expectations, since it is a Core i9-10900K 100 MHz slower and it will be somewhat cheaper, little more to see.