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Intel: KA processors are Avengers CPUs [shift]

Intel: KA processors are Avengers CPUs [shift]

[Shift 19/08/2020]

The game would not be included with the KA CPUs…

At least that’s what the mention on the box clearly shows.

Intel Avengers processors…

We told you some time ago about a new line of processors at Intel called KA processors. A name we didn’t know the meaning of and which gave rise to much speculation. Today, we know the meaning and we might as well say that Intel is going to get its ears tickled again

After the KF processors were introduced with the 9000 to qualify for overclockable processors and without integrated graphics, Intel is launching the KA… Avengers Edition processors!

So we’re going to end up with an entire K series of Intel’s tenth generation : 10600K , 10700K , 10900K with the special “KA” nomenclature for the Avengers game, of which beta keys (or the whole game ?) would be included with the purchase.

The CPU box is also making an effort by taking up the Marvel theme… A marketing operation that could have gone unnoticed at another time or with any other brand… However, Intel is under fire from critics and their slightest action is now questioned and commented on with a lot of cynicism and mockery.

It must be admitted that for a while we doubted the veracity of this new declination… but it is very real. What is the interest for the rookies to launch new models for this marketing operation? It would have been much simpler to put the game in the bundle as AMD and Nvidia already do with their products. Instead, Intel adds more confusion and feeds the bashing that’s been directed towards them for a while now…

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Edited by Calliers

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