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Avengers Themed Intel Processors (KA line)

A while back some say those Intel Avengers theme processor doesn't come with anything. Turns out it does.

 

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 The new line of Intel CPUs first seen two weeks ago (discussed in this tech news post) using the letters KA has been announced as a promotion with Avengers featuring Intel 10th gen processors. 

 These new processors have been seen on a few retailers website already. Prices appear to be about the same as the k versions with some even being cheaper. The listed specs are identical to those of the k series processors.

 Not much is known about this new line other than that they will be coming in an Avengers themed box (shown above) and will likely include a copy of the upcoming Avengers game which is set to be released on September 4th.

 

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It appears that Intel is participating in a new promotion that includes its standard 10th-Gen chips inside of a special Avengers-branded box. We first heard of Intel's new 'KA' branded chips two weeks ago, and we wondered what the madness was all about. Was this a new version of the chips? Did they have different specs? Was it just a typo, or a version specific to a local market?

We reached out to Intel to see if they could tell us anything useful, and the company responded to Tom's Hardware with the following statement:

"The listing reference is related to an upcoming partner promotion featuring 10th Gen Intel Core processors. The “KA” designation is an ordering code only and not a new processor SKU."

 

Intel wouldn't divulge details about the promotion, but we're told that the primary difference between the KA-series and normal K-series is limited to special packaging. Now, as spotted by @momomo_us, Intel has new chips come with special-edition Avengers packaging. A listing can be seen at the KCC Shop, showing a rather pixelated version of this packaging. 

(tom's hardware)

 

My thoughts

 I think this is just meant to get rid of some of the 10th gen processors Intel has. I think it will either only have the themed box or include a code for the game but will ship before the game's release on September 4th. I could see some people buying this as a collectors item instead of using it. I also didnt see any US, UK, or Canada retailers mentioned in the list of those that already have listings for this so it might not be available in those countries.

 

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Edited by zeusthemoose
Corrected mistake: next month is 11th gen mobile not desktop

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intel, how about actually making good products rather than doing weird things nobody asked for or wants...


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The first thing that came to my mind was "They're doing this to bump their sales up, aren't they."


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Now that is a weird branding tie-in.


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Now we just need AMD to release a Batman themed ryzen CPU that is all blacked out.


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this is kinda pitiful, I feel bad for Intel


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17 minutes ago, NZgamer said:

The first thing that came to my mind was "They're doing this to bump their sales up, aren't they."

You know that's the whole point of marketing right? 


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5 minutes ago, Spotty said:

Now we just need AMD to release a Batman themed ryzen CPU that is all blacked out.

Says Batman himself....

 

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3 minutes ago, Arika S said:

You know that's the whole point of marketing right? 

I meant they're desperate for sales.


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5 minutes ago, naturallyaspirated6 said:

Wait how did I miss this?

 


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10 hours ago, VegetableStu said:

Vibranium IHS or bust

 

(also thanks nvidia ._.)

I doubt it's any good when it comes to conducting heat. If it was, then... well this wouldn't work very well. 

 

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9 minutes ago, Syfes said:

I doubt it's any good when it comes to conducting heat. If it was, then... well this wouldn't work very well. 

then again an entire savanna-ish nation has the stuff in their bodies and their clothing (and they don't seem to feel hot at all), so...

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Just now, VegetableStu said:

then again an entire savanna-ish nation has the stuff in their bodies and their clothing (and they don't seem to feel hot at all), so...

Well that would mean it's perhaps good at radiating heat away from the body, but I reckon covering yourself in a heat conducting metal in the african savannah wouldn't help to keep you cool, quite the opposite xD


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12 hours ago, Ashley xD said:

intel, how about actually making good products rather than doing weird things nobody asked for or wants...

free game with purchase isnt anything new and brings down the price if you consider you are spending on said game

overall most shit is optimized for intels skylake +++++(might have missed a +)

 

now is it worth it vs same priced cpus becomes subjective on persons needs

 

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Intel has lost it all.


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On 8/7/2020 at 2:27 PM, Blademaster91 said:

This kinda seems like a desperate marketing attempt IMO, Intel could be giving out a free game with their CPU's without needing to sell a special box.

I read that as "Intel could be giving out a free game with their CPU's without needing to sell a cereal box."

 

Yes, and there you have it; An Avengers box of cereal with Intel inside as the prize at the bottom.

 

Because this whole marketing shtick is juvenile as it is, so why not?

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On 8/7/2020 at 1:01 PM, Syfes said:

I doubt it's any good when it comes to conducting heat. If it was, then... well this wouldn't work very well. 

 

 

but couldnt it just absorb the heat since it absorbs kinetic energy and heat is basically the kinetic energy of particles. so you wouldnt even need a cpu cooler the vibranium IHS will just cool it by absorbing all the heat.

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