New models of the Intel Comet Lake-S Tenth Generation Core Desktop are still emerging, this time with a new model without integrated GPU, the Core i7-10700F. It’s clearly an upgrade to the i7-9700F, with 8 core 8 threads turned into 8 core 16 threads, baseline frequency reduced from 3.0GHz to 2.9GHz, and the maximum frequency is unknown, but perhaps slightly lower than the i7-9700F 4.7GHz.
Although the frequency is not ideal, but the performance is somewhat surprising, CineBench R20 running score is a single core 492, multi-core 4781.
What kind of grade is this? Already basically and nine generations of flagship i9-9900K is almost, the latter is also 8 core 16 threads, but the frequency is higher, the benchmark has 3.6GHz, the turbo frequency is up to 4.9GHz, it seems that no nuclear constraints can really better play the CPU potential.
Compared to the competition, it is slightly beyond the rye 7 3700X of the same 8 core 16 thread, which has a frequency of 3.6-4.4GHz.
Ten generations of non-nuclear models are currently not exposed much, previously seen i5-10400F, 6 core 6 threads into 6 core 12 threads, frequency benchmark 2.9GHz, turbo frequency up to 4.2GHz.
Of course, more to look forward to is the i9-10990KF, i7-10700KF, i5-10600KF, i3-10350KF these can be overclocked non-active version.