AMD’s rise in the desktop x86 market is undoubtedly putting pressure on Intel. In this situation, it is imperative to get a 10-generation Comet-S and 10nm desktop processors as soon as possible. In fact, Comet Lake-S has been seen several times in benchmark ingress such as Geekbench 4 and SiSoftware.
As shown in the image, the ALL-in-one of the HP Pavilion 23 All-In-One features a 10-core 20-threaded unrecognized processor with a base frequency of 1.51GHz, an acceleration of 3.19GHz, and a three-slow 20MB,
There is also the Acer Predator Orion PO5-615s, equipped with the same 10-core 20-thread processor with a high base frequency of 2.6GHz. Apparently, this 10-generation Core i9 is an ES engineering piece, and the frequency setting is not stable.
There are also 6 core 12 threads in the database for Core i5, three-slow 12MB. And matching is SuperMicro, Asrock and other supplies of the Z490 motherboard.
According to earlier reports, the 10generation Core desktop processor will be switched to the LGA1200 interface, with up to 32GB of DDR4-2666 memory supported.
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