10th gen intel comet lake s cpu
The full lineup of Intel's upcoming 10th Gen Comet LakeS consumer desktop CPUs, provided by Wccftech, has been leaked. The
leak revealed the full SKU list and general information about the new chip series. The entire series is based on the redesigned 14nm architecture, ditching the 10nm process node and, as of 2020, it will continue to hold reservations for Ice Lake mobile processors. The Comet LakeS CPU will replace the existing 9th generation series.
As for the general details, the Come LakeS chip will have up to 10 cores, 30 PCHH channels, 40 PCIe 3.0 channels, Intel WifFi 6, USB 3.2 Gen 2x1 support and Hyper-Threading (from i3 onwards). The
series will run on a variety of chips, including the Celeron, Pentium, Core i3, Core i5, Core i7, Core i9, and Xeon models. Intel said that compared to the current ninth generation, these CPUs provide an 18% performance improvement when performing multithreaded tasks and an 8% improvement in Windows tasks. Comet LakeS
's flagship CPU is the Core i910900, which has 10 cores, 20 threads, a 3.0 GHz base clock speed, a 5.1 GHz increased clock speed, 20 MB cache, and 80 W. There is also a version. K unlocked, but TDP and closing speed currently unknown. There is also a T variant with a 35 W TDP, which has a suitably lower base frequency and a higher clock speed at 2.0 GHz and 4.5 GHz, respectively.
jumped to the Core i7 series, we have 8 cores 16 threads, 3.0 GHz base, 4.8 GHz enhancement, 16 MB cache and 65 W TDP 10700. Like the Core i910900, there is a K (TDP and unknown) clock speed) and a T version of 10700 (2.0 GHz base, 4.4 GHz boost, 35 W TDP).
Following the trend, we have the Intel Core i510500, which has 6 cores, 12 threads, 3.2 GHz base, 4.3 GHz acceleration, 12 MB cache and 65 W TDP. Once again, Intel introduced an unlocked variant, but we don't know the exact specifications. The i510500 uses a T-shaped variant with 2.3 GHz base frequency, 3.7 GHz boost frequency, 12 MB cache and 35 W TDP. The
Core i310100 is the same as the standard model, with 4 cores, 8 threads, 3.2 GHz base, 3.8 GHz enhancement, 8 MB cache, and 65 W TDP. The T version is clocked at 2.3 GHz base clock, 3.6 GHz boost, 35 W TDP.
Generally speaking, the K variant will use Intel’s W480 chipset, while the standard model will use Q470, and the T variant will use the H410 chipset. . The
uses 14-nanometer computing nodes to limit the potential performance improvements, so we don’t think the upgrade will bring any imagination to the revolution.