Intel Ten Core’s Soaring 10 Core 5.3GHz performance is 30% higher than Core i9-9900k

At next week’s CES 2020 show, Intel should officially launch the desktop version of the 10-generation Core processor, codenamed Comet Lake-S, which will be upgraded to 10 core 20 threads, although the 14nm technology and Skylake microcore snare remain the same. The frequency soared to 5.3GHz, and official information shows that its performance is 30% better than the Core i9-9900K.

According to previously leaked information, the flagship of the 10th generation Core – Core i9-10900K processor TDP up to 125W, the reason is so high because of its frequency re-record, base frequency 3.7GHz, full core acceleration 4.8GHz, single-core acceleration frequency 5.1GHz, TB The 3.0 acceleration is also decentralized from the previous Core X Series and can be increased to 5.2GHz.

5.2GHz isn’t over, intel has added Velocity Boost acceleration mode, which accelerates to 5.3GHz, the highest official frequency of the X86 processor, but Velocity The Boost acceleration mode is limited to both core i9-10900K and Core i9-10900 processors.

How much has the performance of the Core i9-10900K processor changed after a significant increase in frequency and core numbers? The tweet V@MebiuW received an answer, this PPT material is very similar to Intel’s official, test date is about the beginning of November, compared with the core i9-10900K and Core i9-900K processor performance, as follows:

Intel Ten Core's Soaring 10 Core 5.3GHz performance is 30% higher than Core i9-9900k

Due to the increase in core number and frequency, core i9-10900K performance will obviously improve compared to the Core i9-9900K, although the increase is different, some tests only increased by 2%, but SPEC2006-related tests improved significantly, up to 30%, Cinbench R15 also has 26%.

Overall, the core i9-10900K performance improvement is obviously mainly multi-core, after all, the core number increased by 25%, this part is almost linear, and single-core test improvement is not much, Explain that the 5.3GHz acceleration frequency lasts also for a shorter period of time, making it difficult to make much difference from the 5GHz of the Core i9-9900K.

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