Intel recently officially released a tenth-generation desktop Core processor, and has launched an unprecedented 32 models, covering high and low-end markets and different versions, as well as a companion 400 series of chipsets. So, will they go on the market at the same time? It’s obviously no. The K-Series Overclock edition, the KF series of non-nuclear-free overclocked versions will be available in the first batch this month, a total of six models, including the i9-10900K, i9-10900KF, i7-10700KF, i5-10600K, i5-10500KF.
It is worth noting that the price of the tenth generation of products is mostly the same as the previous generation, such as the flagship i9-10900K, i9-9900K are $488, but the Big Red Purple F-Series non-nuclear appearance price reduction, as before the standard version, this generation is reduced by 16-25 dollars, range of 3-14%.
Of course, the nine-generation F-Series is actually cheaper after the actual launch, this time should be more affordable.
In addition to the three overclockable models, the F-Series also includes the i9-10900F, i7-10700F, i5-10600F, i5-10400F, but this generation, Intel canceled the i3-9350K upgrade, at least no plans to launch the i3-10350KF, players lost a cheap, relatively non-nuclear-free overclockable version.
K, KF series outside the other models of the time to market is not known, may depend on capacity, but note that as before, 10 T-series energy-saving version mainly for the OEM market, retail channels are not easy to see.
Motherboard chipset, 400 series contains Z490, H490, B460, H410, the first listing will be high-end Z490, just with the K/KF series.