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Intel – Core i9-10940X 10th Generation 14-core – 28-Threads – 3.3 GHz 4.6 GHz Turbo) Socket LGA 2066 Unlocked Desktop Processor

(3 customer reviews)

$799.99 $699.99

Take advantage of increased customizability with this unlocked 3.30GHz Intel Core i9 X-series processor. The 14 cores and Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 help complete video encoding and 3-D modeling tasks quickly. This Intel Core i9 X-series processor features Intel HT Technology for prompt multitasking, and Intel AES-NI technology supports fast decryption and encryption to help keep your data secure

Description

Take advantage of increased customizability with this unlocked 3.30GHz Intel Core i9 X-series processor. The 14 cores and Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 help complete video encoding and 3-D modeling tasks quickly. This Intel Core i9 X-series processor features Intel HT Technology for prompt multitasking, and Intel AES-NI technology supports fast decryption and encryption to help keep your data secure

Features

Intel Core i9-10940X processor

With 3.3GHz processor speed and Hyper-Threading Technology which gives you efficient use of the processor, high processing throughput and improved performance.

19.25MB integrated cache

Provides fast access to heavily used data and instructions.

Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology

Along with Intel HyperThreading offers improved functionality.

Intel Turbo Boost Technology

Dynamically increases the processor’s frequency as needed by taking advantage of thermal and power headroom to give you a burst of speed when you need it, and increased energy efficiency when you don’t.

Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-x)

Increasing manageability, security, and flexibility in IT environments.

Intel, Pentium, Celeron, Centrino, Intel Inside and the Intel Inside logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.

What’s Included

  • Core i9-10940X 10th Generation 14-core – 28-Threads – 3.3 GHz 4.6 GHz Turbo) Socket LGA 2066 Unlocked Desktop Processor

Key Specs

  • Number of Cores 14-core
  • Number of Threads 28
  • Processor Base Frequency 3.3 gigahertz
  • Processor Turbo Frequency 4.6 gigahertz
  • Unlocked Processor Yes
  • Processor Socket Socket LGA 2066
  • Integrated Graphics Yes
  • Integrated Graphics Processor Intel UHD Graphics 630
  • Generation 10th Gen

General

  • Product Name Core i9-10940X 10th Generation 14-core – 28-Threads – 3.3 GHz 4.6 GHz Turbo) Socket LGA 2066 Unlocked Desktop Processor
  • Brand Intel
  • Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology 14 nanometers
  • Generation 10th Gen
  • Thermal Design Power 165 watts
  • Model Number BX8069510940X
  • Color Category Multi

Performance

  • Number of Cores 14-core
  • Number of Threads 28
  • Processor Base Frequency 3.3 gigahertz
  • Processor Turbo Frequency 4.6 gigahertz
  • Hard Drive Accelerator Intel Optane
  • Unlocked Processor  Yes

Compatibility

  • Processor Socket Socket LGA 2066

Graphics

  • Integrated Graphics Yes
  • Integrated Graphics Processor Intel UHD Graphics 630

Warranty

  • Manufacturer’s Warranty – Parts  3 years
  • Manufacturer’s Warranty – Labor 3 years

3 reviews for Intel – Core i9-10940X 10th Generation 14-core – 28-Threads – 3.3 GHz 4.6 GHz Turbo) Socket LGA 2066 Unlocked Desktop Processor

  1. Zoe

    I was able to overclock it to 5GHz and still low voltage (1.29), but the heat was getting over 100 degrees C on Intel Burn-In/stress test, which bother me. Using AIO cooler, so maybe with a custom loop that could have helped. 4.8GHz was very stable with occassionally hitting 90 degrees C on some cores, so I settled with 4.7GHz, since it doesn’t even go over 75C when stressed and I’m at a 0.020 offset (which is about 1.25V on all cores under stress). Under normal loads, it’s around 30C on my setup, and occassionally hits in the 50s when I’m rendering. This one isn’t for gaming, although it can post some pretty impressive gaming framerates too for games that are more CPU intensive. Best price available, if you can find it in stock…I was lucky.

  2. Ali

    I had a hard time evaluating this processor. It’s supposed to be an entry point into HEDT, but the performance lags behind the competition. 5831 points on Cinebench R20, a few hundred above the 9900k, but well below AMD’s 3900x. Yet it is much more expensive than the 3900x.

    I’d only recommend this processor if you need 256 GB RAM support and the additional PCIe 3.0 lanes. Also, the power draw at 4.7 Ghz all core boost can reach 225W, so good cooling is an absolute must.

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