The yet-to-be-released Intel 10-generation Core Desktop Processor (Comet Lake-S) has a real sneak peek, first take a look at the i9-10900 in the XFASTEST. It is said to be an ES film, 10 core 20 thread, thermal design power 65W, base frequency 2.5GHz.
Back in kind, the i9-10900 chip size and i9-9900KS consistent, but the motherboard interface changed to LGA1200, need to be paired with 400 series chipsets. In addition, on closer inspection, the lower left corner of the i9-10900 metal top cover is not a 90-degree round angle but an oblique cut.
However, XFASTEST with the hands of the 400-series motherboard test confirmed that the LGA115x thermal buckle can still be used on the LGA1200 platform.
Earlier leaked PPT sprm shows that 10 generations of Core desktop processors, multithreaded performance increased by 18%, and Windows program performance increased by 8%.
There is also a bit of a strange, there are 10 generations of Core i5/i9 vendors, and even claimed to have ES is showing, but strangely, in the CPU-Z, these processors are detected as LGA1159 interface, a time of confusion.
Look at this trend, the 10 generation Core desktop processor series in March and April.
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