Last week, I had a report on the Core i5-9400F process, which has now been selling as a new member of the 9th generation family test, which Intel says officially. At the same time, it is a model from a graphic graphic Intels series, which indicates that the CPU "requires a separate graphic card". Now the data for the next processor, who expands the suite of these modules, Intel Core i3-9100F. This will be available for those who only need four trees. And it also has a standardized version with an integrated graphics, Core i3-9100.
The non-graphic version, Core i3-9100F, appeared in the SiSoft Sandra symbol database. It identifies quad-core with a 6MB L3 task and a frequency of 3.6 GHz – or at least the processor is found. This is not entirely due to last year that there were indications for whether the i3-9100 table should be compatible (with graphics) at 3.7 GHz and be 100MHz faster than the main i3-8100. However, the i3-9100F and i3-9100 can be different in frequencies and paradigms as we can see.
I3-9100 with bois turbo?
On an individual basis, Core i3-9100 appeared in Dell's documents, which appeared as part of one of its computers. According to Della, however, Core i3-9100 should have "Core Turbo Boost Up to 4.2 GHz". This means that it would not only be based on frequency but had an active turbo that did not; Core quad-core i3 in the 8000 generation. Intel Core i3-9350K published in January, which was converted to quad-core to HT, but with turbo (equivalent to what it would be in Skylake and Kaby Lake, no 6000 and 7000 Core i5 models). So, Core i3-9100 would be running; getting like each other and got a turbo too. This should make it more attractive than just another 100 MHz, as at 4.2 GHz the CPU would provide simple sequences to a lot better.
Intel's Core i3-8100F device was in the last month of the price list instead of Core i3-9100F. This would be simplely extracted from Core i3-8100 and four kernels at 3.6 GHz had no turbidity. This CPU was already in the ARK database, but it was deleted again. According to information from Ian Cutress of AnandTech, Intel has decided not to expand the 8000 series and its output; Explain such a model in the 9000 generation, even though its & # 39; The company was fully certified that the Core i3-8100F was suspended. Core i3-9100F could even shoot the same silicon with i3-8100 and i3-8100F. Although it would be a question that it would include Meltdown and L1TF error errors made by Intel in the Core i5-9600K, i7-9700K and i9-9900K modules.
Anyway, this i3-8100F overdrive on i3-9100F could contain a lower frequency (3.6 GHz instead of 3.7 GHz). And there may also be a turbot, if it is proven that i3-9100 is operated but convert F or. Sadly, it seems that it is not necessary for the i3-9100 and i3-9100F parameters, just like the other F class teams. However, in fact, it is possible that there is a mistake in any place in the analyzes to escape, or that Sandra in the i3-9100F turbo was detected badly (or abandoned in the BIOS), then the 3.6 GHz could be a frequent frequency for the two modules.