This year's offering of Intel desktop processors is unlikely to change, except for an exception in the form of the Core i9-9900KS chip. The new flagship will offer a Turbo clock at 5 GHz for all cores and as the test in the 3DMark benchmark shows, such timing should be possible without major problems. The only question is whether it will be worth it for this chip compared to the standard Core i9-9900K model and competing AMDs.
Intel Core i9-9900KS was found in the reference database 3DMark Fire Strike 1.1 by a reliable user Tum_Apisak. The post from July 12 this year shows that the new blue system is fast, but it still has to give way to Ryzen 9 3900X. The physics result was dependent on CPU capacity exactly 26350 points for the Core i9-9900KS, which is about 1
Another thing is that despite the better result achieved by the Ryzen 9 3900X, the Core i9-9900KS will be a leader in gaming performance and replace the regular Core model in this position i9-9900K. We have to wait until the fourth quarter of this year for the most efficient and probably the last processor from the Coffee Lake Refresh family. Unfortunately, the blue did not reveal how much the new flagship will cost, and knowing the current prices of its 9th generation units, one could assume that it will not be cheap.