Intel has previously said it will launch a 10nm Ice Lake desktop processor early next year, but everyone knows that desktop CPUs will have at least two generations of Comet Lake and Rocket Lake 14nm processors from 2020 to 2021, and the good news is that Comet The number of Lake desktop cores has increased from a maximum of 8 to 10.
For the 10-core Comet Lake Comet Lake processor, which has recently begun to have a run-point exposure, the 10-core 20-threaded Intel processor appeared in the GK4 database earlier this month, but mainly in the low-power version. The base frequency is 1.51GHz, the acceleration frequency is only 3.19GHz, and the L3 cache is 20MB.
In the first run-out result, the 10-core Comet Lake processor single-core 4074 points, multi-core 25962 points, the overall performance is not normal, than The Core i9-9900T single-core 5400, 28000 points compared to significantly weaker.
Then a new running score was found, but this time only multi-core running points, reached 36,109 points, a significant increase from the previous, compared with the 9900T also increased by 29%, taking into account the number of cores / threads increased by 25%, this performance improvement is basically normal.
Note the motherboard, Intel for comet Lake replaced the LGA 1200 interface, matching the 400 series of motherboards, including the Z490, W480, Q470 and H410, and only z490 support overclocking.
Intel is expected to launch a 10-generation Core Comet Lake desktop processor in the first half of next year, and the 10nm Ice Lake is said to be the same.