Intel’s Comet Lake-S, a 10-generation Core Desktop Processor, has been on the spotlight for some time, and there’s finally a more figurative account of its release date, next April. While comet Lake-S still follows the mature 14nm process (14nm plus, ” Intel still brings some notable upgrades this time around, such as the Core i9 will touch 10 cores and the Core i5 will support hyperthreading for the first time.
The latest news said that the Core i9-10900K will be launched with the Z490 motherboard. However, the Z490 may be in the market for a while, that is, the more cost-effective H410, B460 series will need to wait a little time.
It is important to note that the 10 generation Core replaced the new interface LGA1200, in theory, the 400-series motherboard may not be downward compatible.
In addition, the explosion also stole the Core i5-10400, 6-core 12 thread, the base frequency 3.5GHz, the acceleration frequency 4.1GHz. By contrast, the i5-9400 is a 6-core 6 thread with a base frequency of 2.9GHz and an acceleration of 4.1GHz.
If you think Comet Lake is the “Terminator” of 14nm, you’re wrong, because there’s at least one generation of 14nm desktop CPUs, rocket Lake.