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Even if Intel launches a Core i9 10900KS tomorrow, you should wait for Rocket Lake

Even if Intel launches a Core i9 10900KS tomorrow, you should wait for Rocket Lake

Intel is expected to launch its next-generation Rocket Lake processors in a few weeks (at least by the end of March), marking its biggest desktop architectural upgrade in years, though it may have one last hurrah up its sleeve for Comet Lake—a special edition Core i9 10900KS. However, it is because Rocket Lake is right around the corner that a new addition to its 10th Gen lineup doesn’t make a whole lot of sense.

Whether or not Intel goes through with launching a 10900KS chip remains to be seen. At the very least, Intel had at one time planned to release the unannounced SKU. We know this because Intel references the 10900KS in a Software Advantage Program document (via WCCFTech), pertaining to its Crysis Remastered game bundle promotion. It sits among a whole bunch of existing CPUs as one of many qualifying chips for the free game offer.

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