Intel’s 10th generation desktop core processor, codenamed Comet Lake-S, has been leaked on the Web.
The data, released by Iinformaticacero, contains key lineups and detailed product-specific specifications for 10th generation desktop core processors, confirming that it contains all the factual information except price.
The 10G desktop core processor lineup identified in the leaked data shows three K skews and six generic models that allow overclocking.
Among them, K9 Skew is i9-10900K, i7-10700K and i5-10600K, and it is confirmed that it consists of 10 cores, 8 cores and 6 cores respectively. Although the -10600K is the highest, the i9-10900K has the highest real clock with various turbo boost technologies.
In particular, the i9-10900K adds a step called Thermal Velocity Boost, which was not available in the previous generation, and boasts the fastest speed ever, 5.3GHz on a single core and 4.9GHz on an all-core. Thermal Velocity Boost may seem a bit unfamiliar, and as you might guess from its name, it’s a new turbo boost technology that evaluates and speeds up cooling solutions.
Non-K skew models only include Turbo Boost Max 3.0 and Thermal Velocity Boost, but the basic boost clock was provided to help improve overall performance. Hyper-threading, which was only available in some models of the 9th generation desktop core processor, has been extended to the entire lineup to maximize CPU core utilization.