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i9-10900X benchmarks leak - Intel's next 10-core monster!

No. This isn't Comet Lake

Intel's Cascade Lake-X pledges to shatter Threadripper's value proposition

i9-10900X benchmarks leak - Intel's next 10-core monster!

Intel has a new 10-core processor that's due to launch next month, the i9-10900X. No, this isn't Comet Lake, as some other sites have reported, but part of Intel's upcoming Cascade Lake-X lineup, which will release as part of the company's X299 refresh. 

When compared to the i9-9900X, the i9-10900X will release with the same core/thread count of 10/20 and is rumoured to offer users higher base/boost clock speeds. This clock speed increase comes due to Intel's latest 14nm node refinements and through Intel's refined Cascade Lake-X core design, which is an enhanced version of Skylake-X. 

With Cascade Lake-X, Intel has promised more performance per dollar than Skylake-X, which means that Intel plans to offer both increased performance and higher core counts for your money with their 10th generation hardware. This means that Intel's i9-10900X will likely cost well under £1,000, bringing their X299 lineup into tighter competition with both Ryzen 3rd Gen and 2nd Generation Threadripper. 

Like Skylake-X, Cascade Lake-X will release on Intel's X299 socket, making it compatible with a wide range of existing X299 motherboards through upcoming BIOS updates. New X299 motherboards are also on the way from most major mainboard manufacturers. 
 

i9-10900X benchmarks leak - Intel's next 10-core monster!
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18-09-2019, 12:13:44

demonking
I feel hugely underwhelmed by this leak.
2920x 12 core 24 thread, 4.3 boost, 32mb cache and just over £550 atm.
Have I missed something? New TR4 skus are about to drop and I expect these to be a worthy upgrade to second gen let alone these. How aggressive are they planning on being with their pricing?Quote

18-09-2019, 12:52:02

RobM
Intel are boring nowQuote

18-09-2019, 13:59:52

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by demonking View Post
I feel hugely underwhelmed by this leak.
2920x 12 core 24 thread, 4.3 boost, 32mb cache and just over £550 atm.
Have I missed something? New TR4 skus are about to drop and I expect these to be a worthy upgrade to second gen let alone these. How aggressive are they planning on being with their pricing?
They say they are going to be 75-109% better value than their last-gen offerings. The long and short of it is that Intel is lowering its prices for their new SKUs.

With AMD offering 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X for $750, Intel needs lower X299 prices.Quote

18-09-2019, 14:05:04

grassman
x299 lmfaoQuote

18-09-2019, 14:41:42

cooperman
Quote:
Originally Posted by WYP View Post
They say they are going to be 75-109% better value than their last-gen offerings. The long and short of it is that Intel is lowering its prices for their new SKUs.

With AMD offering 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X for $750, Intel needs lower X299 prices.

Yer.....dont expect lower prices Intel will be like "we are 75% faster in paint! so we are the best!" allso 14nm++++++++++++++++++++++ZZZZZZZZZZ.Quote
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