Today, Intel launched its badass new 10th-gen Core processors, cramming them with more cores and higher speeds than ever before. And the crazy kids at Origin PC have already shoved Intelâ€™s most powerful desktop CPUs intoâ€”get thisâ€”a pair of laptops. The upgraded Origin EON17-X and its workstation equivalent, the NS-17, both come loaded with Intelâ€™s beastly Core i9-10900KF processor.
Intelâ€™s desktop flagship blows away what youâ€™d typically find in a notebook, bringing 10 cores, 20 threads, and up to 5.3GHz clock speeds to bear. Heck, its all-core turbo can hit a blistering 4.9GHz.
The â€œFâ€� in â€œCore i9-10900KFâ€� denotes a lack of integrated graphics. Thatâ€™s where Nvidia comes in. Origin outfitted the EON17-X with up to GeForce RTX 2080 Super graphics. Itâ€™s a mobile part, unlike the CPU, but itâ€™s running in a â€œMax-Pâ€� configuration for maximum performance rather than a more energy-efficient Max-Q setup. You can pay extra to get it factory-overclocked, too.