Intel is rumoured to be planning to release comet-Lake-S, a 10-generation Core desktop processor, in mid-March, still based on a proven 14nm process. The I7-10700KF has been found in the SiSoft SANDRA reference library, and the F suffix represents a non-nuclear display. The identified parameters include 8 core 16 threads, 16MB L3. However, the frequency and power consumption data is somewhat exaggerated, the base frequency 4GHz, acceleration 5.3GHz, power consumption reached 250W.
Although Intel has previously said that the 10th generation Core i7/i9 can be over 5GHz, but such exaggeration is also unlikely, estimated to be the ES engineering debugging chip misleading information.
The performance aspect is strange, compared with the rye 7 3800X of the same 8-core 16 thread, the latter frequency 3.9GHz/4.5GHz, 125W output 65.78GOPs/GHz performance, 10700KF at 250W is 59.95GOPs/GHz. The total score is 294.33GOPS, and rye is 308.90 GOPS.
In this regard, TMHW’s guess is that 5.3GHz or Refrequency and TVB (thermal speed acceleration) two tubes of chicken blood double holding effect.