The Intel Core i9-10980XE is one of four new processors in Intel’s 10th Generation X-Series lineup, sitting right at the top of the SKU table for specs.
With 18 cores and 16 threads, this chip has been designed specifically for handling multiple intensive creative applications at once while also boasting huge overclocking potential, proving overkill for your average consumer. There’s no stopping you using it for gaming too, but with an intimidating $979 price, it may not offer the best value for money for that use.
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