Intel recently released the Comet Lake-S tenth-generation desktop-class Core processor, which is the i9-10900K, 10 core 20 thread, with a maximum price book frequency of 5.3GHz, although this frequency is achieved at the single-core limit acceleration, and the highest all-core acceleration is 4.9GHz.
Ten generations of Core’s sales, evaluation release will not be until May 20 at 21 pm, but some people have been in advance and done some tests, such as overclocking.
Screenshots show that the i9-10900K can be 1.35V voltage, 10 core 20 threads all open, overclocking to 5.4GHz, and successfully passed the CineBench R15 test, multithreaded score got 3002 points.
This is close to the performance of the 12 Core 24 ThreadRyon 9 3900X, and exceeds the 16 Core 32 Thread snare 1950X.
The motherboard for this test is The AsrockPhantom Gaming 4/AX, with memory of The Chic 16GB DDR4-3200 CL14, but it is not clear how cool is available in overclocking.