First of Intel's Core X-series processor family to be available from 28 August

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Intel's Core X-series processor family will compete directly against AMD's Threadripper
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Intel's Core X-series processor family will compete directly against AMD's Threadripper

Full specs released for Intel processor family that will compete head-to-head with AMD's Threadripper

Intel has announced full specs of its Core X-series processor family, which will compete with AMD's Threadripper high-end desktop (HEDT) CPUs, and revealed that the first of the series of parts will be...

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