The Intel Comet Lake-S Tenth Generation Core desktop version has been around for too long, but has been slow to release, and as things stand, it’s not expected until April. Today,media revealed the first NDA nondisclosure agreement for Intel’s tenth-generation desktop Core, which is dated April 13 to June 26.
This means that the Tenth Generation Core new will be launched on Monday, April 13, but apparently not all models will be released together, but will be delivered in batches until the end of June, including the Desktop Core series and the Xeon E Series for workstations.
At the same time, the new mainstream model i5-10400 appeared in front and back HD, and is the first time the official retail version, the front can see the specific model, S-Spec number, reference frequency (2.9GHz), and the back is of course the new LGA1200 package interface.
According to the current lying information, the i5-10400 specification is 6 core 12 threads, the reference frequency 2.9GHz, the full core turbo frequency 4.0GHz, the single core turbo 4.3GHz, the thermal design power consumption 65W.
It also has a non-nuclear version of the i5-10400F, now an upgrade of the i5-9400F, is bound to become a new release.