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Leaked Intel marketing slides confirm Comet Lake's desktop specifications

10-core processors are coming to LGA1200

Leaked Intel marketing slides confirms Comet Lake's desktop specifications

Leaked Intel marketing slides confirm Comet Lake's desktop specifications

Intel's next-generation of Core Desktop processors are reportedly due to launch later this month, bringing 5GHz+ clock speeds to Intel's desktop platforms and up to 10 total CPU cores. 

Leaked marketing slides from Intel, as revealed by Videocardz, have confirmed the specifications of Intel's upcoming i9-10900K, i7-10700K and i5-10600K processors, validating existing leaks for the company's desktop-grade Comet Lake series processors. 

Intel's Comet Lake-S series of desktop processors are due to release on a new CPI socket called LGA 1200, making Comet Lake incompatible with Intel's existing LGA 1151 motherboards. This means that today's Intel 300-series motherboards won't support Comet Lake-S series processors, a factor which will force Intel fans to adopt a new motherboard platform. 

Z490 is set to become Intel's next-generation enthusiast motherboard platform, and El Chapazas Informatico has reported that the review embargo for Comet Lake-S and Z490 is on April 30th. 


 Cores/ThreadsBase ClockSingle Core
Turbo
All Core
Turbo
Turbo Boost 3.0Velocity BoostTDP
i9-10900K10/203.7 GHz5.1 GHz4.8 GHz5.2 GHz+100MHz125W
i9-1090010/202.8 GHz5.0 GHz4.5GHz5.1 GHz+100MHz65W
i7-10700K8/163.8 GHz5.0 GHz4.7 GHz5.1 GHz-125W
i7-107008/162.9 GHz4.7 GHz4.6 GHz4.8 GHz-65W
i5-10600K6/124.1 GHz4.8 GHz4.5 GHz--125W
i5-106006/123.3 GHz4.8 GHz4.4 GHz--65W
i5-105006/123.1 GHz4.5 GHz4.2 GHz--65W
i5- 104006/122.9 GHz4.3 GHz4.0 GHz--65W
i3-103204/83.8 GHz4.6 GHz4.4 GHz--65W
i3-103004/83.7 GHz4.4 GHz4.2 GHz--65W
i3-101004/83.6 GHz4.3 GHz4.1 GHz--65W

 

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06-04-2020, 07:07:42

66racer
Depending on price, that is a nice looking lineup...but it is Intel so I do not think they will try to be the value player.Quote

06-04-2020, 08:24:48

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by 66racer View Post
Depending on price, that is a nice looking lineup...but it is Intel so I do not think they will try to be the value player.
I don't think Intel can price these competitively without losing money. Still, they should be good processors.Quote

06-04-2020, 08:26:55

Damien c
Meh just ordered a 3950X this morning, I am pretty much done with Intel.Quote

06-04-2020, 09:59:32

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Damien c View Post
Meh just ordered a 3950X this morning, I am pretty much done with Intel.
Oo nice ! make sure to update the purchases thread or your thread

The only thing I can see happening with this release is that the 8 core CPUs that are the best for gaming get cheaper. However, this is Intel and unlike AMD they are not known for cutting prices on older gen hardware.

So it will be a niche product. No better at gaming, and not as good as the 3900x or 3950x.Quote

07-04-2020, 11:14:50

demonking
I wonder if those TDP are done at base speed? I've 990ok's without any OC using over 200W. there is no way 2 more cores and a speed bump is going to be anywhere near these numbers unless skylake has been that refined?Quote
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