Intel is about to launch the 10th generation Core processor, code-named Comet Lake-S, as a 14nm process and legacy, but will upgrade to up to 10 core 20 threads and replace it with the new LGA1200 package interface with the new 400 Series motherboard. Now the rush comes, the desktop ten generation Core all 26 models, as well as the matching 6 chipsets, all appeared.
Processor specific models are not available, but we have seen the i3-10100, i3-10100, i5-10600, i5-10600T, other models are not difficult to speculate, such as the top flagship will almost certainly be i9-10900K.
Specifically, the Comet Lake-S family is fully covered by brand from high to low Core i9 to Celeron, all supporting hyperthreading except Celeron, all of which have increased the three-tier cache.
Thermal design power consumption is divided into 125W, 65W, 35W three, respectively, there are 3, 13, 10 models, of which 125W are K series (with Z490 motherboard to overclock), but also reduce frequency control to 95W, 35W can also reduce frequency control to 25W.
The Core i9 series has three, 125/65/35W each, are 10 core 20 threads, 20MB three-level cache, than the nine generations add 2 core, 4 threads, 4MB three-level cache.
10 core minimum 35W can also reduce frequency consumption, which means that a little adjustment can get 25W of 10 core, 14nm is really God!
The Core i7 series is also three, 125/65/35W each, are 8 core 16 threads, 16MB three-level cache, but also than the nine generations of 2 core, 4 threads, 4MB three-level cache.
The Core i5 series has up to seven models, 125W, 65/35W each three, all 6 core 12 threads (the first hyperthread in i5 history), 12MB three-level cache, or more than nine generations of 2 core, 4 threads, 4MB three-level cache.
Core i3 series of five, 65W three, 35W two, are 4 core 8 threads, 8MB three-level cache, than the nine generations of 2 core, 4 threads, 2MB three-level cache, and for the first time in history to support Turbo, but also support DDR4-2666 memory.
The Pentium series is also five, 65W three, 35W two, are 2 core 4 threads, 4MB three-level cache, than the nine generations to increase 2 threads (full support for hyperthreading), 2MB three-level cache, while the core display also promoted to the GT2 level.
Celeron series of three, 65W two, 35W one, are 2 core 2 threads, 2MB three-level cache, is the only family does not support hyperthreading, nuclear display or GT1, memory support DDR4-2400.
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Motherboard chipset aspects, including the entry-level workstation W480, enterprise-class Q470, high-end Z490, mainstream H470/B460, entry-level H410, will be released early next year (also proved Processors will also appear at the beginning of the year), replacing C246, Q370, Z370/Z390, H370, B360/B365, H310/H310C.