Intel 10 Generation Core or April Release: i9 Max 10 Core, i5 First Support Hyperthreading

A growing number of reference libraries have emerged as 10 generations of Core Desktop Processors (14Nm Comet Lake-S). The processor identified as the Core i5-10500 debuted in 3D Mark, reconfirming its 6-core 12 thread configuration, the first time the mainstream desktop i5 supported hyperthreading. The base frequency is 3.1GHz, but the acceleration frequency is ridiculous and the exact data, including power consumption, cannot be confirmed.

Intel 10 Generation Core or April Release: i9 Max 10 Core, i5 First Support Hyperthreading

Previously, the 10-core 20-threaded i9-10900 was also present in the 3D Mark, with a base frequency of 2.8GHz and an acceleration of 4,9GHz.

According to the information already available, 10 generationS Core uses the LGA1200 interface, matching 400 series motherboard, including W480, Q470, Z490, H470, B460, H410 and so on.

In addition, the 10 generationCore is said to be divided into three categories, fever level 125W, mainstream class 65W and low power consumption 35W, the i9-10900 and i5-10500 described above are expected to be 65W.

Although the earliest news suggests that 10 generations of Core Desktopwill will be released in February, it is clear that the plan has changed and may be expected in April and May.