Intel’s highest-end 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ desktop CPUs to feature 10 cores. The new processors could be released when CES 2020, which starts in the second seven day stretch of January.
There are two implied Core i9 parts, both with 10 cores and 20 threads, just as two Core i7 models with 8 cores and 16 threads. Four Core i5 models pursue, each with 6 cores and 12 threads, with three quad-core, 8-thread Core i3 models balancing the rundown.
There is likewise a non-K Core i9-10900 SKU with a similar feature yet a 65W TDP and a 2.8GHz base clock. The Core i9 just as Core i7 models additionally bolster Intel’s Turbo Boost Max 3.0 feature, recently observed on the very good quality Core X-series models.
All models appear to include incorporated Intel UHD Graphics 630, which implies there is no significant change on that front and we should hang tight for a full design revive to get Intel’s cutting edge IGPs on the desktop. F-series models without coordinated designs are not on the leaked slides, however could be released later. All models bolster double channel DDR4 RAM and 40 paths of PCIe for platform network.
Another Socket-1200 is said to serve the top of the line 125W parts and will be matched with the implied Z490, H470, Q470 and W480 chipsets, while a more affordable Socket-1159 interface would be utilized for lower-end CPUs in the stack, with the section level B460 and H410 chipsets.
Whenever advertised as an approach to set aside cash with the low-end platforms, this could turn out for section level home and office desktop purchasers. Prominently, there is no notice yet of Comet Lake-based Celeron and Pentium models, which would coordinate well with the lower-end chipsets.
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