Intel overshadowed all hypotheses and expectations in the home market this year, when it decided to create a high-frequency 10-core popular processor based on the very old 14-nanometer manufacturing process - and it seems that despite consumption that could skyrocket far above the official power envelope valuecore i9-10900K has proven itself as an advanced and quite worthy flagship product for the generationComet Lake.
However, a recommended price of close to $ 500 with which the new senior Core i9 processor was launched (excluding heatsink) will certainly not suit everyone, and this is especially true when you consider that modern octa-core processors from home AMD Permanently available at prices below $ 300, including refrigeration - so over ten more cores with a slightly more competitive cost can greatly help improve competitiveness of Intel. Do you agree? Please get acquainted with the modelcore i9-10850K observed in tests Performence On the network for the first time.
Renowned Twitter leaker TUM_APISAK is responsible for the discovery this time as well, Thanks to the huge database of results of the Geekbench test that keeps updating for a moment - and by all the present signs it seems that thecore i9-10850K will offer the same ten physical processing cores and 20 logical processing cores and the same cache memory volumes of thecore i9-10900K, with a slightly lower base frequency of 3.6GHz and maximum turbo frequency for Core A unit of up to 5.2GHz (both represent a reduction of 100MHz compared to the existing model).
The familiar public price of the Core i9-10900K stands at $ 488, the price of the cheapest ten-core model of Intel Stands at $ 422 (thecore i9-10900F, without an active built-in graphics core and with reduced operating frequencies within the power wattage of 65 watts instead of 125 watts) while the price of thecore The i7-10700K, the senior core octave, is $ 374 - leaving us with a gap of a few tens of dollars around the $ 400 threshold that this new designed model could enter. Is this really the planning that Intel has? We hope to find out more details soon.