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M920x supported processors

2018-11-21, 5:09 AM

Will the M920x support a i7-8087K or i7-9700 processor?

 

Specification i7-8087K
PRODUCT INFORMATION
Mfr Part#
BX80684I78086K
UPC
735858381819
TECHNOLOGY
Processor Type
Desktop
Launch Date
Q2'18
Unlocked Multiplier
Yes
Advanced Technologies
AES New Instructions
Idle States
Thermal Monitoring Technologies
Execute Disable Bit
Intel Hyper-Threading Technology
Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-x)
Intel 64
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology
Intel Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d)
Intel Trusted Execution Technology
Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 Technology
Intel VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT)
Intel Identity Protection Technology
Intel TSX-NI
Intel Optane Memory
SPECIFICATIONS
Compatibility
Intel B360
Intel H310
Intel H370
Intel Q370
Intel Z370
Intel Z390
CPU Core
Coffee Lake
Processor
Core i7 8086K
Operating Frequency
4.0GHz
Turbo Speed
5.0GHz
Cores
Six-Core
Number of Threads
12 Processing Threads
Socket Type
LGA 1151
Level 3 Cache
12MB
Thermal Power
95W
Maximum Operating Temperature
100C
Processor Architecture
14nm
Processor Data Width
64-Bit
GRAPHICS SPECIFICATIONS
Graphics Specifications
Intel UHD Graphics 630
Graphics Core
Intel UHD Graphics 630
Graphics Base Frequency
350 MHz
Graphics Max Dynamic Frequency
1.2 GHz
Intel HD Graphics
Yes
Intel HD Graphics with Dynamic Frequency
Yes
Intel Quick Sync Video
Yes
Intel InTRU 3D Technology
Yes
Intel Clear Video HD Technology
Yes
Dual Display Capable
Yes
MEMORY SPECIFICATIONS
Integrated Memory Controller
Yes
Maximum Memory Supported
64GB
Memory Type
DDR4-2666
Memory Channels Supported
2
Maximum Memory Bandwidth
41.6GB/s
EXPANSION OPTIONS
PCI Express Revision
3.0
PCI Express Configurations
1 x16, 2 x8, 1 x8+2 x4
PCI Express Ports
16
 
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Re: M920x supported processors

2018-11-22, 7:18 AM

Our qualified i7 processor are 

1 Intel Core i7-8700T 2.4GHz/6C/12M/2666/LGA 35W

2 Intel Core i7-8700 3.2GHz/6C/12M/2666/LGA 65W

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Re: M920x supported processors

2018-11-22, 8:15 AM

Ok thanks. So nothing more than 65W?

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Re: M920x supported processors

2018-11-22, 8:21 AM

Yes,nothing more than 65w in our confirmed scope.

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Re: M920x supported processors

2018-11-25, 1:04 AM
Ok thanks.
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Re: M920x supported processors

2020-02-16, 20:34 PM

is the I9 9900 supported on this machine? I like to try this one to enhance performance.

Intel I9-9900 Specs

General
CPU ModelIntel Core i9-9900
CPU SocketLGA 1151
Manufacturing Process14 nm
Maximum CPU Configuration1S
Maximum Number of PCIe Lanes16 (Revision 3.0)
UnlockedNo
Performance
Number of Cores8
Number of Threads16
Base Clock Speed3.1 GHz
Maximum Boost Speed5 GHz
L3 Cache16 MB
Memory Support
Maximum Capacity128 GB
Memory SupportDDR4 2666 MHz
ECC MemoryNo
Channel ArchitectureDual Channel
Maximum Memory Bandwidth41.6 GB/s
Power
Thermal Design Power (TDP)65 W
Included Thermal SolutionNone
Maximum Temperature212°F / 100°C
Thermal Monitoring TechnologiesYes
Technology
AES SupportYes
ExtensionAVX 2.0, SSE 4.1/4.2
Instruction Set64-Bit
VirtualizationYes: Intel VT-d, Intel VT-x, Intel VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT)
Integrated Graphics
Graphics ChipsetIntel UHD Graphics 630
Maximum Resolution Support4096 x 2304 at 60 Hz
Supported APIsDirectX: 1.2
OpenGL: 4.5
Number of Displays3
Maximum Shared Video Memory64 GB
Output SupporteDP, DisplayPort, HDMI
Base Clock Speed350 MHz
Maximum Boost Speed1.2 GHz
Intel
DMIDMI3 (8 GT/s)
Optane Memory SupportYes
vPro SupportYes
Performance TechnologiesHyper-Threading, SpeedStep, Stable Image Platform Program, TSX-NI, Turbo Boost 2.0, Turbo Boost Max 3.0
Security TechnologiesDevice Protection with Boot Guard, Execute Disable Bit, Identity Protection, MPX (Memory Protection Extensions), OS Guard, Secure Key, Trusted Execution Technology
Video TechnologiesClear Video, Clear Video HD, InTru 3D, Quick Sync Video
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Re: M920x supported processors

2020-02-17, 15:50 PM

Difficult question to answer definitively, as this system is sold with both the i5-9600 and the i9-9900T (but not the i9-9900.)  However, it also uses the same BIOS as the M920s &t, which is sold with the i9-9900, and therefore the BIOS does have the microcode for this processor.  Providing there is not a check of which processors should be in a M920x, it could boot, but the only way to know for sure is to test it. 

 

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Re:M920x supported processors

2020-04-06, 11:22 AM

What about AMD's?

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