Despite repeated exposure, the launch date of Intel’s comet lake-s is still uncertain.
However, Dell’s latest ads for XPS tower desktop computers clearly carry the 10 generation core, which is a clear signal that it is not far from the market.
Last week, it was revealed that 22 10 generation core box models were unearthed. Among them, there are 4 models of core i9 series, including i9-10900k, i9-10900kf, i9-10900, and i9-10900f, all of which are 10 cores and 20 threads. K stands for frequency doubling unlocking and overclocking, f for no core display, and KF for overclocking and no core display.
Core i7 series are also 4 models, and the model names are the same. I7-10700k, i7-10700kf, i7-10700 and i7-10700f are all 8 cores and 16 threads.
Core i5 series has 6 models, i5-10600k, i5-10600kf, i5-10600, i5-10500, i5-10400, i5-10400f, all of which are 6 cores and 12 threads.
Core I3 series is 3 models, i3-10320, i3-10300, i3-10100, 4 cores and 8 threads.
Pentium series 3 models, g6600, g6500, g6400, 2 cores and 4 threads.
Celeron Series 2 models, g5920, G5900, 2 cores and 2 threads.
In addition, Engadget also quoted Intel’s report that it would lower the price of the 10 generation core to better cope with the sharp dragon 3000 in the consumer market. At the end of the article, the sharp dragon 4000 series desktop processor (7Nm zen3 Architecture) can be launched as soon as three quarters.
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