Unsurprisingly, Intel will release the tenth-generation desktop-class Core processor code-named Comet Lake-S in April, along with the matching Z490 motherboard. Now, Magnum’s netizens have revealed 22 specific models of the new family, which are basically the same as the previous 3DMark, GeekBench, User Benchmark and other test software leaks.
The new Core i9 series has 4 models, i9-10900K, i9-10900KF, i9-109000, i9-10900F, are 10 core 20 threads, K for octave unlock can be overclocked, F for non-nuclear display, KF for ultra-frequency and non-nuclear display.
The Core i7 series is also 4 models, the model is named the same, i7-10700K, i7-10700KF, i7-10700F, i7-10700F, all 8 core 16 threads.
The Core i5 series consists of six, i5-10600K, i5-10600KF, i5-10600, i5-10500, i5-10400, i5-10400F, all of which are 6 core 12 threads.
The Core i3 series is three, i3-10320, i3-10300, i3-10100, 4 Core 8 threads.
Pentium Series 3, G6600, G6500, G6400, 2 Core 4 threads.
Celeron Series 2, G5920, G5900, 2 Core 2 Threads.
Of course, this is not the entire model of the tenth generation desktop Core, the low-power energy-saving version of the T-Series is not one of them, no accident should be i9-10900T, i7-10700T, i5-10500T, i5-10400T, i3-10300T, i3-10100T, Pentium G600T, Pentium G6400T, Celeron G5920T, Celeron G5900T and so on, but the retail market has been rarely seen such models.
In addition, the i3-9350K, i3-9350KF version of the upgrade has not yet been seen, if there is certainly called i3-10350K, i3-10350KF.
Nine-generation Core Models, Spec Numbers and Step