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Intel i5 10600k 10600kf benchmarks

A new set of benchmarks discovered in GeekBench 4 seems to indicate that the maximum clock speed of Intel Core i510600K and Core i510600KF CPUs is close to 5.0 GHz. If it is genuine, the result will make these two CPUs become Ryzen 5 3600 and Ryzen's competitor from AMD's 3600X.

Benchmarks are provided by the well-known Twitter leaker Tum Apisak, and show that the unlocked Core i510600K and Core i510600KF both reach 4.98 GHz clock frequency. In terms of Geekbench 4 results, Core i510600K has a single-core score of 6,081 and a multi-core score of 28,523, while the i510600KF has a single-core test of 6,070 and a multi-core test of 28,673. A score of

shows that both CPUs are very suitable for the gaming market, especially for builders who want to avoid bankruptcy and take advantage of good performance. In the ongoing competition with AMD, the results are interesting because they outperform Ryzen 5 3600 and Ryzen 5 3600X in single-core results based on excess benchmark results. Their multi-core scores are roughly the same, hovering around 28,000 points.

With Core i510600K and Core i510600KF, we can see that Intel takes steps to achieve AMD’s well-known cost-effective advantages.

It is worth noting that Intel’s Core i510600K and Core i510600KF have a TDP rating of 125 W, which is significantly higher than the 95 W of the Ryzen 5 3600X and the 65 W of the Ryzen 3600. In short, 8 will reach 4 GHz. Need more power.

Price is also an important consideration. If the expected results come true, Intel should release the Core i510600 at a price of around US$250, which is lower than the Ryzen 5 3600X’s 230 US dollars or even the Ryzen 3600’s 175 US dollars. Pricing and power consumption requirements can outweigh any single-core performance enhancement.

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