Intel’s leaked new 10th Gen Desktop processors

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Now in the data, it looks like AMD might get more fight than we thought. Alright, so itself with the competition hitting them right in the face in the desktop market thanks to the Ryzen 3000 line. We still don’t know how they plan to respond soon. We’ve heard rumours about a price cut for their current CPUs, and we got a new 9900KS. But that’s not a counter plus if they were going to cut the prices wouldn’t it be smart to do it right now. Since people are already buying Ryzen for their next builds, I mean everyone is recommending Ryzen over Intel, so they should get on with it.

Anyways let’s talk about intel’s next movement. We’ve seen in the roadmap leaks that the blue team’s future desktop microchips would be under the comet Lake umbrella as known as the 10th Generation CPUs. Well, we’ve got a full leak of all the chips specs, and all of the prices. A computer base found these details. Let’s stay with this article, and finally, you will know all things about new Intel 10th generation processors.

10th gen Intel Core I processors

All right, I’ll be talking about the differences. I find it interesting, but all the info will be in this article. So you can follow up, and I will try to add on Ryzen SKU next to each set of processors starting with the i3 s. Later we have core i5 s and Core i7 s. Lastly, we have core i9s fore you. There are four core i3 CPUs, four-core i5 CPUs, two Core i7 CPUs, and three core i9 CPUs in this 10th generation line up.

There are four unlocked processors for each category, and only these four CPUs can overclock. Core i3 category has a core i3 10350k for overclocking, core i5 category has core i5 10600k, core i7 category has core i7 10700k, and core i9 category has core i9 10900KF for overclocking. Let’s talk about each and every 10th generation intel processors.

Intel Core I3

It looks like intel decided to put a little more pep in their step by enabling hyperthreading on all of the CPUs. The 9th gen was all four cores and four threads, and now well, we get four cores and eight threads. They also all benefit from an extra megabyte of the cache. Which is interesting, and they all get a slight bump in core speed of

about 200 megahertz. Those processor chips will be priced between $129 and $179, with only the 10350K being an unlocked processor. By the way, the naming scheme is dumb. Anyways since the 10350K is the only unlocked. You’ll have to spend more to overclock, and it’s pretty much always like that for Intel .since AMD has released their Ryzen 3’s, we know Ryzen 3 is cheaper, and it also has four cores and four threads. 

Intel i3 10100 processor

  • Four cores and four threads
  • frequency 3.7GHz up to 4.4GHz
  • 7MB of cache memory
  • Price – $129
  • Not Overclockable

Intel i3 10300 processor

  • Four cores and four threads
  • frequency 3.8GHz up to 4.4GHz
  • 9MB of cache memory
  • Price – $149
  • Not Overclockable

Intel i3 10320 processor

  • Four cores and four threads
  • frequency 4.0GHz up to 4.7GHz
  • 9MB of cache memory
  • Price – $159
  • Not Overclockable

Intel i3 10350K processor

  • Four cores and four threads
  • frequency 4.1GHz up to 4.8GHz
  • 9MB of cache memory
  • Price – $179
  • Overclockable

The closest thing would be Ryzen 5 3600 at $199. It is a six-core 12 threads processor with 35mb of cache and is $199. But it would be superior given the data. We have on it right now versus Intel’s current quad cores. I mean AMD’s IPC is already through the roof, so add two cores to that, and you got a winner moving on to the i5.

Intel Core I5

Once again, we see the same move from Intel, enabling hyper-threading on all of the SKUs. I think we’re starting to see a pattern here because the i5 also gets a bump in cash and clock speeds. Although they are slightly bigger bumps than we solved with the i3 s. The i5 will start at $179 and go all the way up to $269 for the 10600K. Which once again is the only overclockable SKU in the i5’s.

  • Intel i5 10400 processor
  • six cores and six threads
  • frequency 3.0GHz up to 4.4GHz
  • 12MB of cache memory
  • Price – $129
  • Not Overclockable
  • Intel i5 10500 processor
  • six cores and six threads
  • frequency 3.1GHz up to 4.6GHz
  • 12MB of cache memory
  • Price – $199
  • Not Overclockable
  • Intel i5 10600 processor
  • six cores and six threads
  • frequency 3.2GHz up to 4.8GHz
  • 12MB of cache memory
  • Price – $229
  • Not Overclockable
  • Intel i5 10600K processor
  • six cores and six threads
  • frequency 3.7GHz up to 4.9GHz
  • 12MB of cache memory
  • Price – $269
  • Overclockable

 If we compare that to something from AMD, we had the 3600X, which comes in at about $20 cheaper. But interestingly enough, the Intel part might be the better one here at six cores and 12 threads the 8700K is a challenger for the 3600X. So I wouldn’t be surprised if the increased clock and cache of the 10th gens are a match for AMD. 

Intel Core I7

Onto the i7’s and things look very, very excited. The 10700 and 10700K look precisely like the 9900K. Except for boost clocks of 4.9 and 5.1 gigahertz, respectively. Now here’s the thing we heard about a price cut for the 9900k. But this price right here for this CPU is kind of insane. The 10700 with eight cores and 16 threads will be according to the leaked $339. Now that is a pretty significant price drop from the 9900k’s five hundred dollars. 

Intel i7 10700 processor

  • eight cores and sixteen threads
  • frequency 3.1GHz up to 4.9GHz
  • 16MB of cache memory
  • Price – $339
  • Not Overclockable

Intel i7 10700K processor

  • eight cores and sixteen threads
  • frequency 3.6GHz up to 5.1GHz
  • 16MB of cache memory
  • Price – $409
  • Overclockable

$339 places it right over the 3700x from AMD for 9900K levels of performance. That’s pretty good value coming from Intel. Look, I told you I don’t play favourites, and this looks like a proper response for ryzen seven from Intel.

Intel Core I9

Ultimately we got the extreme I9s. Those were rumoured for a long time, but here they are sporting the biggest core count we’ve ever seen from an Intel mainstream processor. Ten cores, damn, and they come with pretty advanced clock speeds – the three models all reach five gigahertz least with the 10900F and 10900KF reaching five-point one and five-point two gigahertz respectively. Now we don’t know if that’s all core boosts, but since the 9900KS has an all-core boost of 5 gigahertz least, maybe they are going to change the way their boost works on the next-gen. 

All three models also get twenty megabytes of cache. Those CPUs will start at $409 and up to $500 for the 10900KF, which is once again the only overclockable SKU. On the AMD side, you have the 3800x for $399, which might get rekt by the 10800F. Because of the extra two cores and for only $10 more. On the higher end, though, AMD has its 3900X, which sports an extra two core over that of the 10900kf. So it’s probably going to beat it although with the increased clock speeds Intel might be able to catch up.

Intel i9 10800F processor

  • ten cores and twenty threads
  • frequency 2.7GHz up to 5.0GHz
  • 20MBof cache memory
  • Price – $409
  • Not Overclockable

Intel i9 10900F processor

  • ten cores and twenty threads
  • frequency 3.2GHz up to 5.1GHz
  • 20MBof cache memory
  • Price – $449
  • Not Overclockable

Intel i9 10900KF processor

  • ten cores and twenty threads
  • frequency 3.4GHz up to 5.2GHz
  • 20MBof cache memory
  • Price – $499
  • Overclockable

 On the AMD side, you have the 3800x for $399, which might get rekt by the 10800F. Because of the extra two cores and for only $10 more. On the higher end, though, AMD has its 3900X, which sports an extra two core over that of the 10900kf. So it’s probably going to beat it although with the increased clock speeds Intel might be able to catch up.

Motherboard and new things,

 Now that was a lot of information and of course, but if this holds up, Intel might be coming back around swinging for this lineup. Even though it’s just another 14-nanometer family. We can’t ignore the fact that if it’s priced right, it might sell better. On the other hand, you got to buy a new motherboard. of course, I mean it’s Intel. Why not just add two pins to the CPU socket, and there you go new motherboards, what the f…

 I mean now, of course, this 10th gen has some fundamental advantages that can be met with a simple refresh like PCIe gen four, and compatible NVME drives are sure to flood the market over the next year. So plus, if you’re in the market right now, you should probably go for an AMD CPU since the 10th gen Comet lake processors probably won’t be out for a while since they just announced the new 9900KS.

 The desktop roadmap shows that the comet Lake CPUs should be coming in q1 of 2020. The only advantage in for what can tell has to offer is the possible price cut from AMD. We saw it back with the Ryzen 1800X, which was $500 at launch, and they dropped down to something like $350 once Intel dropped their CPUs. In the near future, the intel will dominate again in the CPU market. Because of that, all AMD ryzen chips and all intel core i CPUs will fight each other. We can buy a better CPU because of this fight, and The intel 10th generation will available in Q1 2020.

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