Intel 10th-Gen Chips Preparing To Compete With AMD

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.

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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).


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