Intel firm announced that it will replace the sales box of the Core i9-10900K processor with a standard cardboard box. So the i9-10900K series processors will now have the same box as the 10850K. The change will take effect after February 28th. At the same time, the company will apply the change to sales boxes both in China and around the world.
This is not the first time for Intel. The processor company previously used the unique twelve-sided boxes of the i9-9900K processors; it had turned it into a simpler box for ease of package and transport. The same reason can be seen in the current i9-10900K processor. The change in package will help reduce the size requirements for the i9-10900K in storage. Thus, Intel plans to increase the number of boxes it will use per pallet from 480 to 1620, with a full 237.2% increase.
March is the date for the arrival of Intel's 11th generation Rocket Lake-S processors. So Comet Lake-S processors like the Core i9-10900K are about to die. For this reason, it is quite normal that the company wants to change its shipping policy and dispose of more Comet Lake-S processors and focus its focus on the new Rocket Lake-S processors.
It is also likely that we will see a price drop in the i9-10900K processors, which will come in the same plain cardboard box as the Comet Lake-S Core i7 and Core i5 processors, as the company will reduce the money to spend on new packages and their transportation.
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