Intel 10th generation CPU’s can compete AMD processor according to sources. It would appear the plan is to seriously pep up its incoming 10th-generation lower-end i3 chips. At least this is the latest word from prolific leaker TUM_APISAK, who spotted a SiSoftware benchmark for the incoming Intel Core i3-10100.
Here are these things you can see the changes in Intel 10th Generation CPUs. the processor runs at 3.6GHz, but more importantly, it’s a quad-core, eight-thread model – at least if this leak is correct and the benchmark isn’t somehow fabricated.
Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-10100 CPU @ 3.60GHz (4C 8T 3.6GHz, 4x 256kB L2, 6MB L3)
— APISAK (@TUM_APISAK) October 11, 2019
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Hyper-Threading fo All Chips
Intel 10th-generation processor will be 14nm based FinFet technology.
Previous speculation has pointed to quad-core eight-thread Core i3 models with Comet Lake, alongside Core i5 chips running with six-cores and 12-threads, Core i7 with eight-cores and 16-threads, and Core i9 topping off at 10-cores plus 20-threads (the latter being previously rumored as a Ryzen 9 3900X beater with single-core Turbo up to 5.2GHz).
With current 9th-generation chips, only the Core i9 processors have hyper-threading (meaning the rest of the range has the same number of threads as cores).
The new Core i9-9900KS at the high-end of Intel’s current CPU lineup (a chip capable of reaching 5GHz across all eight cores).