MSI has given the confirmation on the specification of the Intel 11th Gen-Core-K series. The series will be featuring new stuff and we are to speculate. The 11th Gen Core-K series will feature Core i5-11600K, Core i7-11700K, and Core i9-11900K. The Core i7 and i-9 series an 8-core CPU and the following is a 6-core one. This is what the various tech gurus have been waiting to know about for ages and now, having the knowledge of this tech has given everyone quite a few things to figure out.
More About The Specifications By MSI:
As stated by MSI, the things are that there is a presence of a 3.5Ghz clock cycle in the Core i9-11900K. But, it is confirmed by MSI that in the presence of the Thermal Velocity Boost Mode, the frequency can increase many times. This is just amazing and hence, it can be said that the chances of the increase in frequency have got the people jumbled. While earlier it was concluded that the Core i9 will boost up to 5.3 GHz and 4.8 GHz with all cores and this still stays in the Special mode.
MSI also reported that the Core i7 and Core i9 chips provide around roughly a 16 MB shared cache L3 memory that can be effective in a number of given cases. These specifications released by MSI of the Intel K-series have proved to be quite ravishing and hence, people are now getting a look at the inside of the Intel K-series. Now, the Core-i5 also comes with the 12 MB L3 cache shared memory that has about 12-threads.
MSI has also confirmed that to get the best out of the chipsets, the Z590 motherboard is the perfect match. This means that the most favorable output and the best frequency and CPU cycle will be observed when this motherboard is used. This is very useful information for many tech fancy people. Intel has the short-lived LGA-1200 and in order to match this, the Z590 motherboard is just enough.
But, in the recent development of the market, the new and rumored, Z590 motherboard will replace the old Z590 as MSI has reported. This means that the new motherboard that is supposed to be released in the second half of 2021, will replace the Z590. Thus, MSI has reportedly given the people, all there is to know about the Intel K-series specifications.