Promotional images of US-based hardware manufacturer Intel's 10th generation Comet Lake-S processors were displayed online. The new generation processors will be revealed at the end of April.
Benchmark test results from the 10th generation Comet Lake-S desktop processors , which are expected to be introduced later this month, appeared recently. New processors that impress many people with test results require new generation LGA 1200 socket motherboards . As such, people are wondering if it is really necessary to upgrade hardware for next generation processors .
We will probably get the clearest answer to this question on April 30, when the processors are officially introduced . However, before this, the promotional images of the processors, which appeared online , can eliminate the question marks that occur in mind.
Intel i9-10900K will exit the 14 nm production process:
Starting with Intel i9-10900K first, this processor will run at 3.7 GHz base frequency as expected . At this point , it will be possible to overclock up to 5.3 GHz using Intel's Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) technology for a 10-core processor . However, it is said that the processor will have a 125 W TDP and that TVB can only be activated in certain situations where cooling is sufficient.
As a result of the 14 nm production phase, the i9-10900K does n't promise much about power efficiency . This is another point Intel has succumbed to AMD. That's why Intel can go to close its disadvantage in power efficiency with its pricing policy
Coming to the i7-10700K , this 8-core CPU that will operate at a base frequency of 3.8 GHz will be able to overclock up to 5.1 GHz , but it will not support TVP. Another member of the serine i5-10600k CPU if six processors and the thread 12 will have a 125 W power value. While the base frequency speed of the chip is 4.1 GHz , the turbo feature that will reach up to 4.8 GHz will also be included in this chip.
With Intel's new processors to be introduced later this month, we do not yet know if AMD will be able to provide a solid answer. We will be able to learn the answer to this question only after comparison tests when the processors are introduced.