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Intel Core i9 9900K 3.6GHz Socket 1151-2 Box without Cooler

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  • Excellent
    2 months ago
    Very satisfied <3
  • Acceptable
    4 months ago
    Updated: 4 months ago
    + Fastest processor in class
    - Has many vulnerabilities
    - Hard to cool
    - Requires lavish motherboard
  • Perfect
    4 months ago
    Great processor that is great for gaming and other projects like Photoshop, after effects etc.

    Got me a Noctua NH-D15 To tame this monster with very good results.
  • Perfect
    5 months ago
    Incredible professor who can handle all calculations without problems!
  • Excellent
    8 months ago
    Updated: 8 months ago
    Fastest consumer processor (at launch). Primary use for me is photo editing, which it does very well (Aorus Z390 Master, 32 GB DDR4, 960 EVO M.2). However, it comes at a high price and there are no fantastic margins for overclocking.

    I wanted to build a silent system and didn't chase maximum performance. At original voltage, I can run 4.6 GHz on all cores constantly all day long. Without major problems, I could run 5.0 GHz on all cores, but voltage / temperature goes off. The radiator is a Phanteks PH-TC14PE.

    That it is sold as "5 GHz" according to the original config (Turbo frequency 5.0 GHz on two cores) is on the verge of false marketing, I can think.

    NOTE! Aim for qualitative motherboards with good power supply. Asus Prime Z390-A had major problems with VRM sound (even at idle, worse at load). Aorus Z390 Master is an excellent partner!
  • Perfect
    10 months ago
    Updated: 10 months ago
    What a monster!

    Run this cpu with the ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-F GAMING, which worked well out of the box, however, recommends upgrading to the latest BIOS.

    Cool this with the Corsair H100i water cooler that has a few years on the neck,
    with the setting "Sync all Cores" in bios active, I land at about 75 degrees in full load, idle I'm about 30 degrees so this cooler works well for this processor for those who wonder if you're not looking for overclock, then this is a little clumsy.
  • Perfect
    11 months ago
    Updated: 11 months ago
    Upgraded from an overclocked i7 3930K and got dual performance at 5.1GHz

    + The king of performance in single-threaded and multi-threaded applications
    + Can be overclocked if you have the cooling
    + Supports the fastest memory speeds

    - Difficult to handle because of intel 14nm shortage which causes prices to rise
    - Noctua NH-D15 or Water Cooling is a must for this processor, especially if using AVX applications.