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Msi z490 motherboards leaked

We already know that Intel's next next generation desktop processor will be based on its Comet Lake architecture; this will be another chip that still uses 14nm technology.

The biggest news is that we are beginning to understand some motherboards that will accept these next chips. Although we have not yet confirmed the release date of the Comet Lake CPU, the news of these motherboards may hint that it will be released sooner or later.

The new Comet LakeS uses the new LGA 1200 socket, and consumers should upgrade their existing configurations to one of the new 400 series motherboards.

We received good news today from the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), who listed the name of the entire series of MSI Z490 motherboards. These will launch with the new Comet LakeS. The lineup is as follows:

motherboard partners want to use with their Z490 motherboard, and now they choose to release it, timing is up to Intel. We recently heard that they have been working hard to solve the power consumption problem of the new Comet LakeS processor, the Core i910900K has reached 50 watts based on its TDP rating of 250 watts. This is an issue that Intel hopes to resolve prior to launch.

When it comes to competing with AMD, someone suggested that Intel increase the core count of its flagship 8-core 16-thread processor to 10-core 20-thread. This will help close the gap with the impressive numbers we see in AMD's Ryzen 3000 series processors.

As always, we will definitely provide you with the latest news on Intel's new processor releases, and we may even see more motherboard news before then.

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