Intel’s secret weapon — Turbo Boost Max 3.0

Published: May 29th 2017, 21:24 GMT   Comments

This slide should provide you a basic understanding of Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0.

Earlier today I saw questions regarding Core-X memory support. To be specific, people were asking whether new CPUs support 4 or 8 DIMMs. The short answer is that Skylake-X supports up to 8 DIMMs, while Kabylake-X supports 4 DIMMs. Here’s a snapshot from ASUS ROG STRIX X299-E GAMING datasheet that I happened to find under my desk:

Speaking of ASUS X299 series, we have two more motherboards to show you. Meet PRIME X299 DELUXE and X299 TUF MARK1:



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