Ten Cores, New Resident, Frequency Max: New Details on Comet Lake Desktop Processors • HWzone

Ten Cores, New Resident, Frequency Max: New details on Comet Lake desktop processors

Official presentation at home Provides familiarity with the generation of processors Tenth of the stationary world - before launch

After we got it Announcement for the state-of-the-art Comet Lake-H processors, With up to eight physical processing cores and 16 logical processing cores stretching the 14 nm lithography to the endpoint - the next major goal of the It is bringing new technology to the mainstream home market, with the help of family processors -S.

According to some slides that found their way into the network more than three weeks before the intended announcement, on April 30, the new generation Intel poster boy will actually get the name Core i9-10900K - with ten physical, 20 cores, 125 watts processing cores , 3.7GHz base frequency and maximum turbo frequencies of up to 5.2GHz for a single core and 4.8GHz for all cores together, which can also reach 5.3GHz and 4.9GHz respectively under TVB (RA Thermal Velocity Boost) settings, Similar to what we heard about it on Core i9-10980HK And the like.

More cores than before in each of the processor categories - but for now we do not know whether the new situation will also result in increases in recommended prices
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God- The i7-10700K is designed to offer users eight physical cores and 16 logical cores, at a base frequency of 3.8GHz, maximum turbo frequency for a selected single core of 5.2GHz and 4.7GHz when loading all cores simultaneously - under the same 125 watt power supply, And without the support of the TVB technology that squeezes even higher frequencies when there is potential And proper ventilation for that.

Tests can already be found on the network First for the models on the way - even though the exposure is currently only planned for the end of the current month and sales and audits themselves for the end of May

The gospel in the Comet Lake desktop generation will come not only by increasing the number of high-end processing units, but also by creating a new nice default at the lower end: This generation is expected to feature all Core i3 processors with four core and eight core processing units at the end , In such a way as to allow for the clear separation vs Even cheaper than the Pentium and Celeron families - and line alignment in the i5 all come with six physical processing and 12 logical cores, under a 65-watt or 125-watt power shell.

A teaser image on Instagram of the famous Der8auer rush indicates that the final official name of the physical resident accompanying the new generation will be - A replacement for the LGA1155 that accompanied us for a surprising amount of time

With a new order of capabilities and core numbers you will also come… a new residency that will require all consumers to upgrade. Early evidence suggests that the updated resident will carry the name LGA1159, though previous reports also mentioned the name LGA1200. Either way, this is a new set of motherboards under the high-market Z490 model names, mid-level H470 and budget motherboards B460, with no backwards compatibility with the Z390 or any other board for processors Currently offered in stores.

The new details certainly paint an upbeat image of Intel's progress and upgrading offerings - but it's hard to ignore the fact that these Comet Lake-S processors aren't designed for direct competition solely with the Ryzen 3000's (A very challenging task in itself), but may also remain with us for competing against the future desktop Ryzen 4000 generation with the cores 3. How about the models on the way? Let's talk about it with everyone in the comments.

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