Today, Intel has announced 32 new models in its 10th generation Core Comet Lake S-series desktop lineup, starting with budget-friendly Celeron G-5900 to the high-end i9 10900K. The chips come up with multiple models having a standard, K, KF and T variations.
However, by replacing the previous i9-9900K, the Core i9-10900K takes the top spot in Intel’s consumer lineup, which come with a 10 core/20 thread design that’s support base clock of 3.7GHz and boost clock of 5.1GHz. This model also featured a 16MB cache and came up with a fully unlocked and overclockable unit in the new series.
As per Intel, regarding the laptop market, the company packs an 8-core Core i7-10875H model to deliver single and multi-threaded performance for creative professionals who like to play games outside of work. The 10700KF go of 5.0GHz, and 10700F go upwards of 4.7GHz as well as a lower price than 10700KF.
When comes to i5 lineup, the 10600KF comes with 4.1/4.8GHz clock speeds, 10600K with 4.1/4.8GHz clock speeds, and 10600 with 3.3/4.8GHz. However, it doesn’t support Turbo Boost Max 3.0 and Thermal Velocity Boost. Further, all parts in the i3 series support Hyperthreading, but there are no unlocked parts anymore. It is priced around $130, bit more expensive than AMD’s new $99 Ryzen 3 3100. However, the Celeron series doesn’t support Hyperthreading features.
Finally, Intel has improved a bit more than previous-generation processors. It Brings the supports for Hyperthreading alone with more attractive pricing for the chip. Besides, the company also mentions that gaming laptops based on 9th Gen CPUs continue to be available for some time in more affordable models.
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