Intel Core i9 10980XE Extreme Edition 18 Core LGA 2066 3.00GHz CPU Processor
SKU# AC28520, Model# BX8069510980XE

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SKU # AC28520 | Model # BX8069510980XE

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Intel Core i9 10980XE Extreme Edition 18 Core LGA 2066 3.00GHz CPU Processor - 18 Cores - 36 Threads - Frequency: 3.00GHz - Turbo Boost: 4.60GHz - Memory Support: 4-Channel DDR4-2933 - Socket: FCLGA 2066 - PCI-E 3.0 Lanes: 48 - 24.75 MB SmartCache - 165W TDP - BX8069510980XE - 3 Years Limited Warranty

Manufacturer Warranty: 3 Years Limited Warranty
Manufacturer Contact Info: http://www.intel.com/, 1800 649 931

· Intel® Core™ X-series processor family is designed to meet your most demanding creative workflows
· Experience extreme performance, immersive 4K visuals, high speed storage and memory, and the latest technological advancements
· Unlocked to provide additional headroom, including the ability to overclock each core individually, AVX ratio controls for more stability and VccU voltage control
· Spend more time creating and less time waiting

Maximize Performance

Whether you are working on your latest feature film or the next episode of a YouTube series, the unlocked Intel® Core™ X-series processor family is designed to meet your most demanding creative workflows: With up to 18 AVX-512 enabled cores and enhanced Intel® Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 directing your most critical workloads to your processor’s four fastest cores. Experience extreme performance, immersive 4K visuals, high speed storage and memory, and the latest technological advancements - all designed to get you from planning to final product faster than ever.

Power Your Creativity

Spend more time creating and less time waiting. The Intel® Core™ X-series processor family can handle your most demanding creative workflows. Upload and edit your 360 videos quickly and experience VR videos – all in stunning 4K. There are no limits to what you can create on your computer.

SKU # AC28520 | Model # BX8069510980XE

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