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Intel unveils Marvel's Avengers "Collector's Edition" packaging for certain 10th-gen processors

Intel announces a new tie-in with the Avengers game. (Source: Twitter)
Intel announces a new tie-in with the Avengers game. (Source: Twitter)
Intel has taken to its official Twitter account to announce a collaboration with the muralist Tristan Eaton resulting in new "Collector's Editions" of some of the 10th-generation Core desktop CPUs. However, that is all that differentiates them from existing SKUs, apparently. The company has yet to reveal whether they also stay the same in terms of price or not.

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Intel has introduced what it calls its "Core Desktop Processor featuring Marvel's Avengers Collector's Edition Packaging" via Twitter. It involves artwork by the mural painter Tristan Eaton based on the behemoth film and graphic-novel franchise. On that note, it is also about to expand its gaming reach with the launch of its new Square Enix-developed title, now scheduled for launch on September 4, 2020.

In fact, this new announcement of Intel's is also said to coincide with this event. The re-modelled packaging in question is also slated to be for 10th-generation desktop processors called the Core i5-10600KA, i7-10700KA, i9-10850KA and i9-10900KA.

According to the leaker @momomo, these chipsets are differentiated from four existing variants in that they have that extra letter (ostensibly standing for Avengers) in their product names. Intel has yet to outline how much each CPU in its fancy new box is to cost. However, its ability to stay ahead of its main rival in marketing terms is already abundantly clear.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-08-15 (Update: 2020-08-15)