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2019/07/10 03:31:28 (permalink)
https://wccftech.com/intel-10th-gen-comet-lake-desktop-cpu-lineup-leak-lga-1159-socket-rumor/
 
Intel's short-term reaction to AMD's 3rd generation Ryzen processor family is the 10th generation Core "Comet Lake." These processors are based on existing "Skylake" cores, but have core-counts increased at the top-end, and HyperThreading enabled across the entire lineup. The Core i3 series are now 4-core/8-thread; the Core i5 series a 6-core/12-thread, the Core i7 series are 8-core/16-thread, and the new Core i9 series are 10-core/20-thread. 
 
Leading the pack is the Core i9-10900KF, a 10-core/20-thread chip clocked at 4.60 GHz with 5.20 GHz Turbo Boost, 20 MB of shared L3 cache, native support for DDR4-3200, and a TDP of 105 W. Intel's new 10-core die appears to physically lack an iGPU, since none of the other Core i9 10-core models offer integrated graphics. For this reason, all three processor models have the "F" brand extension denoting lack of integrated graphics. The i9-10900KF is closely followed by the i9-10900F clocked at 4.40/5.20 GHz, the lack of an unlocked multiplier, and 95 W TDP rating. The most affordable 10-core part is the i9-10800F, clocked at 4.20 GHz with 5.00 GHz boost, and a TDP of just 65 W. Intel has set ambitious prices for these chips. The i9-10900KF is priced at $499, followed by the i9-10900F at $449, and the i9-10800F at $409.
 
The 10th generation Core i7 series, as we mentioned, consist of 8-core/16-thread processors. These are physically the same die found on the i9-9900K, but built on the new 14 nm+++ nodelet, and benefit from higher clock speeds. The Core i7-10700K clocked at 4.80 GHz with 5.10 GHz boost, offers 16 MB of shared L3 cache, Intel Gen9.5-based UHD 730 graphics, and native support for DDR4-3200. Intel is pricing the i7-10700K at $389. This is closely followed by the $339 Core i7-10700, which lacks an unlocked multiplier, ticks at 4.60 GHz with 4.90 GHz boost, and comes with a 65 W TDP. 
 
The 10th generation Core i5 family consist of 6-core/12-thread processors, which are physically similar to the Core i7-8700K, but fabbed on 14 nm+++. The Core i5-10600K offers an unlocked multiplier, clock speeds of 4.70 GHz with 4.90 GHz boost, 12 MB of shared L3 cache, 95 W TDP, UHD 730 graphics, and native support for DDR4-3200 memory. This chip is priced at $269. It is closely followed by the i5-10600 clocked at 4.60 GHz with 4.80 GHz boost, the lack of an unlocked multiplier, and a $229 price-tag. Other Core i5 SKUs include the i5-10500 (4.40-4.50 GHz, $199 price), and i5-10400 (4.20-4.40 GHz, $179 price). 
 
There's no information on when the 10th generation "Comet Lake" launches, but something tells us Intel will frantically launch this platform to cut into 3rd gen Ryzen sales, because its desktop "Ice Lake" processor won't launch before 2020.
 
Now in my personal opinion this leads to believe that Intel has been overcharging for its processors for quite some time due to lack of competition. Notice how the prices are lower. Intel could have been charging these lower prices for some time if there had been competition from AMD a few years ago. 
 
This also assumes the information in the article is correct. 

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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/10 05:27:48 (permalink)
    someone got a kick in the pants and is scooting along frantically ........

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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/10 05:47:18 (permalink)
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    someone got a kick in the pants and is scooting along frantically ........




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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/10 08:09:45 (permalink)
    I still think Intel needs to be more price competitive than they are now

     
       


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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/10 08:35:50 (permalink)
    It will be interesting to see what (if any) the price drops will be on existing Intel processors on July 15-16 ... Amazon Prime Day.




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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/10 14:01:57 (permalink)
    This is last nail in coffin to Intel. They think to people invest in PCI-E 3.0 in 2020. To use PCI-E 3.0 when PCI-E 5.0 become standard, and we talk about hard core enthusiasts.
    They are crazy. Nothing could fix slower system on PCI-E 3.0. People don't use SATA III any more to lie them that graphic improvements are joking.
    People keep system on RAID 0 M.2, PCI-E SSD, etc... Numbers they will see on AMD platform next months will be finish for PCI-E 3.0 and Intel 10th Gen platform will finish before even start.
    Gen 4.0 M.2 NVMe Connected to AMD Processor or PCH Gen 4.0 will so much outperform X299 and Z390 that Intel will feel sick. 
    Even now 3950X give 5300 score in Geekbench, i9-9980XE about 5800.
    But in multithread AMD is over 60.000 and Intel 45.000. Plus Intel lose serious performance after patches for Meltdown and Spectre and AMD lose nothing.
    Easy beating 2000$ worth chip 12 months old for 30% with 750$ CPU. 
     
    Maybe because this news 2 guys who bought X99 2-3 months after me tell me that they almost decide to switch to 3900X.
    Before week when they asked me for opinion and always repeat about right decision to follow me on X99 and stay there I say I don't know what to do... I think they need to wait.
    Now I think maybe they saw news that Intel 10th Gen with PCI-E 3.0 will be next competition to Ryzen and probably will left less mark on market then Intel Broadwell i7-5775C who last 2 month. 
     
    I mean it's not bad, AMD R9-3900X for 499$ + ASUS Crosshair VIII Hero 359$.
    If someone have DDR4 there is a chance to start platform and to work stable before collect money for some 3600 2x16 GB.
    That's 850$ for mobo-cpu and to beat i9-9980XE plus PCI-E 4.0, Wi-Fi 6. no Meltdown, no Spectre, etc...
    I could finish that until autumn. But I had other plans. 
    I'm very flexible, I could wait Intel, I could delay upgrade if wait something good, only I don't want is to buy PCI-E 3.0 based platform because mine enthusiasm during 2020 when competition have PCI-E 4.0 several months. Everything is possible, only that's not possible, no fix for that. 10 cores, 6GHz, 250$ can't fix that. Nothing can't compensate that, because that's not USB 3.1 or some newer LAN Controller. That's directly connected with system speed. New modern PC have 1-2 M.2, or 1 PCI-E SSD and 1 M.2 and 1-2 SSD for storage. Soon everything will hang on motherboard, and new standard improve speed of that. When Intel write article about graphic performance improvement they probably thought that we have 10x HDD and 2x SSD SATA III for Windows 10 and Games.
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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/10 21:17:51 (permalink)
    Yeah I saw this earlier.  While interesting due to pricing/speed/thread counts, based on a 9900K which is also 14nm I don't want to even think about what kind of cooling that 10/20 part running at 5+ Ghz is gonna be putting out.  Also, since it's not gonna be out probably till most likely earlier next year for desktop, I'm not waiting.  Since they do need a new board for that 1159 socket it's possible they might put PCIE 4 on it, but man if they do 3 again it's just another dead platform.

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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/10 21:32:56 (permalink)
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    Yeah I saw this earlier.  While interesting due to pricing/speed/thread counts, based on a 9900K which is also 14nm I don't want to even think about what kind of cooling that 10/20 part running at 5+ Ghz is gonna be putting out.  Also, since it's not gonna be out probably till most likely earlier next year for desktop, I'm not waiting.  Since they do need a new board for that 1159 socket it's possible they might put PCIE 4 on it, but man if they do 3 again it's just another dead platform.




    If they do PCIe 3.0 at this point, I think it's like shooting self in the foot.  In a marketing PR standpoint, 4.0 sounds better and is the 'new and improved'.  They'd be idiots if they stuck with 3.0.
     
    As for cooling, maybe they got one of them hidden tubes snaking out of the case into a chiller while not telling the audience. 

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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/10 22:22:00 (permalink)
    Hah xD Intel's 10th Gen CPU's nice try, but I really don't see Intel gaining much with these to be very honest...
    AMD's ZEN 2 chips destroy their 9th gen CPU's seeming every new CPU gen they released the performance gain over the previous was 5% on average this won't be enough to beat AMD's Ryze 3000 series left alone that a 200 USD Ryzen 5 3600 beats a 550 USD Core i9 9900K in single threaded performance as in full core more, I don't see intel beating this and by lacking PCI-E 4.0 they are kind of out f the race for the next 3 a 4 years if not more :)

    Finally a change in the CPU market, this was needed.


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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/11 00:07:07 (permalink)
    I wouldn't go as far to say it's a nail in the coffin for Intel. They still have an R&D budget that is far bigger then AMD's. If I was to bet on which company will win the war a decade from now it's Intel. All AMD is really doing is giving Intel a kick in the pants and that is good since it's kind of sad but a X58 system is still considered useable a decade later. Intel kind of stopped pushing the envelope about a decade ago when the Core processor line first showed up and it allowed AMD to catch up.

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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/11 00:34:59 (permalink)
    The main problem with Intel is that they need to get their fabs in order and increase quality on their 10nm die. I am curious about the 3950X from AMD in September. The price will be high but much lower than any 16 core Intel CPU. I'm curious if Intel will try to counter thi launch somehow. 

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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/11 01:11:59 (permalink)
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    Yeah I saw this earlier.  While interesting due to pricing/speed/thread counts, based on a 9900K which is also 14nm I don't want to even think about what kind of cooling that 10/20 part running at 5+ Ghz is gonna be putting out.  Also, since it's not gonna be out probably till most likely earlier next year for desktop, I'm not waiting.  Since they do need a new board for that 1159 socket it's possible they might put PCIE 4 on it, but man if they do 3 again it's just another dead platform.




    If they do PCIe 3.0 at this point, I think it's like shooting self in the foot.  In a marketing PR standpoint, 4.0 sounds better and is the 'new and improved'.  They'd be idiots if they stuck with 3.0.
     
    As for cooling, maybe they got one of them hidden tubes snaking out of the case into a chiller while not telling the audience. 




    Exactly. Intel, manufacturer of SSD and PCI-E SSD behave like they know nothing about that and like only important things of PCI-E 4.0 is smallest improvements for AMD Radeon on AMD platform and they are anyway weaker then PCI-E 3.0 NVIDIA.
    I'm shocked with lack of awareness of huge percent of enthusiasts and all of us will be witnesses of their complains and rage when figure out how much Windows OS is faster on AMD platform then on Intel. 
    As RJ say, it's big question what Intel can change before they fix 10nm, maybe nothing except manipulation with cores and frequency.
    That's maybe main reason of their problems. They joked 5 years, didn't research on time, later unpredictable problems show up in worse moment and we are here.
    They sell us 18 core for 2000$ weaker then 750$ worth AMD.
    Intel was X58, X79, X99. That was domination of Intel. 
    Investing in Intel after that was mistake. Decision to upgrade only when I need improvement saved me from huge investment in X299.
    Now I'm more sad because EVGA can't follow ASUS, GIGABYTE and MSI because politic to deal with Intel and NVIDIA only.
    Sapphire was in very bad position during years because production of AMD graphic cards only, several time 2-3 years sell same generation 30-40% weaker then NVIDIA.
     
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    EVGA 5700 XT Hydro Copper would be enough for my needs. To satisfy and performance demand and PC would look extremely cool.
    Now I have completely exposed PC case, Glass is 30% of case and everything is exposed. 
    post edited by Vlada011 - 2019/07/11 01:14:50

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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/11 01:21:14 (permalink)
    interesting but nope...
    they still too expensive!
    i mean... i payed 300 euros for a quad core ( 6600K) 3years ago! 
    then my current gpu costed 370 euros despite being 6 cores /12 threads!!  still to high!!
     
    nope... here in Portugal people are now addressing amd ryzen 3000!!
    intel is becoming "meh" as far as cpu goes if they keep their current price path! and is happening at a fast rate!
    as for pci- e??  the king pci-e 3 is (almost) dead!!
    so?  long live the king pci-e 4!!!!

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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/11 01:42:09 (permalink)
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    interesting but nope...
    they still too expensive!
    i mean... i payed 300 euros for a quad core ( 6600K) 3years ago! 
    then my current gpu costed 370 euros despite being 6 cores /12 threads!!  still to high!!
     
    nope... here in Portugal people are now addressing amd ryzen 3000!!
    intel is becoming "meh" as far as cpu goes if they keep their current price path! and is happening at a fast rate!
    as for pci- e??  the king pci-e 3 is (almost) dead!!
    so?  long live the king pci-e 4!!!!




    And in my region too. 
    They wait AMD like that's last PC platform ever.
    Biggest profit will be on 3700X and 3800X.
    There will be huge number of Bundles, X570 Motherboards + 1-2TB PCI-E 4.0 SSD.
    Intel is on his way to bottom. 
     
    850$ is board ASUS Crosshair VIII Hero + CORSAIR 2TB M600 and 600$ with 1TB.
    Off course people will bought Hero rather then 500$ worth mobo for 100MHz OC.
     
    There is huge chance that AMD price will increase during autumn.
    If demand become big and supply short first people who want to pay more will get processors.
    Because of that 
     

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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/11 03:30:24 (permalink)
    Couldn't agree with a single point you've wrote!
    Pcie 3.0 is all most people need, and more.
    An RTX2080 Ti, the most powerful gaming GPU is bottleneck free on a pcie 3.0 4x slot, and most motherboards have 3 of them for triple sli.
    That's running 3x 4k monitors with 200+ FPS DX12 Games! Who does that nowadays?

    If you do folding, you'll know that pcie 3.0 1x slots (under Linux) are pretty much fast enough for any graphics card up to an RTX 2080.
    That's often times 6 monitors running at 1440p gaming at full quality.
    Again, who does that?

    No one needs more than that.
    And SATA 3, I use it. It's more than fast enough!
    It boots my system in a matter of seconds.
    Does it matter, if the browser loads in 1 second less?
    I'm not really interested in overpriced m.2 or pcie ssds.
    Their raw performance is only good for benchmarks.
    Instead, a sata 3 drive, not even running at the full 6gbps, boots my OS in under 25 seconds, and heaviest programs in well under a few seconds. As well as games in under 30 seconds.

    What you are missing, sir, is Linux.
    Or a way to get off Micro$h!t operating system!
    You should have done this 5 years ago, when support for XP dropped.
    Because ever since you're getting more bloated operating systems, less responsive, and more buggy. heck, even Linux runs games better than windows!

    No, the issue is not hardware.
    I can do everything I want with Intel 9th gen CPU, and a single RTX 2080 ti, paired with a 2060 for cuda applications.

    And those multi 4k monitor applications, or running furmark?
    Who the hell needs that?
    1 second faster load times?
    What's much more important, and here's where Intel beats the crap out of AMD,
    Is something a lot more people get confronted with, every day!
    And that's power consumption!
    Intel chipsets on average use 10-30% less power than amd.
    And that matters for real serious users!
    Not someone who wants to show off a furmark or CPU bench score.
    But someone who actually uses a PC, all day long.
    Businesses, servers, even full time gamers who pay their own electric bills, all choose Intel!
    Intel's power consumption numbers are the best, bar none!

    And a final nail in AMDs coffin, is that they've optimized their CPUs where it doesn't matter.
    You know how many threads Windows OS uses? 2. At most 3. Your browser? If you're going crazy, perhaps 6.
    But most of the time, a browser uses 2 or 3.
    So using your PC, on average, you won't use more than 4 cores at the same time. Perhaps 6.
    If you need more, invest in cuda technology. Then you can run 1000s of cores, for a hundred or so bucks on a GPU, for some real benchmarking results.

    I gladly pay $50 more for an Intel CPU, if it means I can save nearly $25 a year on electricity (or more), just from choosing the right CPU.

    I also heard Intel 10th Gen CPUs are much more efficient than their 9th gen CPUs.
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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/11 04:22:47 (permalink)
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    Couldn't agree with a single point you've wrote!
    Pcie 3.0 is all most people need, and more.
    An RTX2080 Ti, the most powerful gaming GPU is bottleneck free on a pcie 3.0 4x slot, and most motherboards have 3 of them for triple sli.
    That's running 3x 4k monitors with 200+ FPS DX12 Games! Who does that nowadays?

    If you do folding, you'll know that pcie 3.0 1x slots (under Linux) are pretty much fast enough for any graphics card up to an RTX 2080.
    That's often times 6 monitors running at 1440p gaming at full quality.
    Again, who does that?

    No one needs more than that.
    And SATA 3, I use it. It's more than fast enough!
    It boots my system in a matter of seconds.
    Does it matter, if the browser loads in 1 second less?
    I'm not really interested in overpriced m.2 or pcie ssds.
    Their raw performance is only good for benchmarks.
    Instead, a sata 3 drive, not even running at the full 6gbps, boots my OS in under 25 seconds, and heaviest programs in well under a few seconds. As well as games in under 30 seconds.

    What you are missing, sir, is Linux.
    Or a way to get off Micro$h!t operating system!
    You should have done this 5 years ago, when support for XP dropped.
    Because ever since you're getting more bloated operating systems, less responsive, and more buggy. heck, even Linux runs games better than windows!

    No, the issue is not hardware.
    I can do everything I want with Intel 9th gen CPU, and a single RTX 2080 ti, paired with a 2060 for cuda applications.

    And those multi 4k monitor applications, or running furmark?
    Who the hell needs that?
    1 second faster load times?
    What's much more important, and here's where Intel beats the crap out of AMD,
    Is something a lot more people get confronted with, every day!
    And that's power consumption!
    Intel chipsets on average use 10-30% less power than amd.
    And that matters for real serious users!
    Not someone who wants to show off a furmark or CPU bench score.
    But someone who uses PCs for data processing.
    Intel's power consumption numbers are the best, bar none!
    I gladly pay $50 more for an Intel CPU, if it means I can save nearly $25 a year on electricity (or more), just from choosing the right CPU.

    Could you include the articles/graphs your referring to when you are talking about the AMD/Intel chipset power?!? That would make it much easier for us, well, myself at least, to understand where your coming from. Yes, I know how to google etc.... but id like to see what specifically you are referring to and using in your post. Thanks man!

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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/11 05:16:34 (permalink)
    Someone on the Anandtech forums said that this was a fake.  Couldn't care either way
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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/11 06:12:39 (permalink)
    529th
    Someone on the Anandtech forums said that this was a fake.  Couldn't care either way


    Did you notice the source?  Of course it's fake.




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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/11 11:37:24 (permalink)
    He also completely missed the fact that while GPU's don't have any use for PCIE 4 right now, those fast SSD's on PCIE 4 and the multi-core AMD cpu's are a big boost for those who do lots of multi-thread intensive content rendering.  
     
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    Couldn't agree with a single point you've wrote!
    Pcie 3.0 is all most people need, and more.
    An RTX2080 Ti, the most powerful gaming GPU is bottleneck free on a pcie 3.0 4x slot, and most motherboards have 3 of them for triple sli.
    That's running 3x 4k monitors with 200+ FPS DX12 Games! Who does that nowadays?

    If you do folding, you'll know that pcie 3.0 1x slots (under Linux) are pretty much fast enough for any graphics card up to an RTX 2080.
    That's often times 6 monitors running at 1440p gaming at full quality.
    Again, who does that?

    No one needs more than that.
    And SATA 3, I use it. It's more than fast enough!
    It boots my system in a matter of seconds.
    Does it matter, if the browser loads in 1 second less?
    I'm not really interested in overpriced m.2 or pcie ssds.
    Their raw performance is only good for benchmarks.
    Instead, a sata 3 drive, not even running at the full 6gbps, boots my OS in under 25 seconds, and heaviest programs in well under a few seconds. As well as games in under 30 seconds.

    What you are missing, sir, is Linux.
    Or a way to get off Micro$h!t operating system!
    You should have done this 5 years ago, when support for XP dropped.
    Because ever since you're getting more bloated operating systems, less responsive, and more buggy. heck, even Linux runs games better than windows!

    No, the issue is not hardware.
    I can do everything I want with Intel 9th gen CPU, and a single RTX 2080 ti, paired with a 2060 for cuda applications.

    And those multi 4k monitor applications, or running furmark?
    Who the hell needs that?
    1 second faster load times?
    What's much more important, and here's where Intel beats the crap out of AMD,
    Is something a lot more people get confronted with, every day!
    And that's power consumption!
    Intel chipsets on average use 10-30% less power than amd.
    And that matters for real serious users!
    Not someone who wants to show off a furmark or CPU bench score.
    But someone who uses PCs for data processing.
    Intel's power consumption numbers are the best, bar none!
    I gladly pay $50 more for an Intel CPU, if it means I can save nearly $25 a year on electricity (or more), just from choosing the right CPU.

    Could you include the articles/graphs your referring to when you are talking about the AMD/Intel chipset power?!? That would make it much easier for us, well, myself at least, to understand where your coming from. Yes, I know how to google etc.... but id like to see what specifically you are referring to and using in your post. Thanks man!





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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/11 15:30:43 (permalink)

    Intel 10th Generation ‘Comet Lake-S’ Desktop CPUs To Get Support on LGA 1200 Socket – Up To 10 Cores, 125W TDP in 2020

     
    https://wccftech.com/intel-10th-gen-comet-lake-s-desktop-cpus-lga-1200-socket-2020-launch/
     
    so....definitely new sockets

     
       


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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/11 19:48:29 (permalink)
    If EVGA adds AMD to their lineup of MB's, I have a very high probability of jumping ship.  

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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/14 17:50:09 (permalink)
    Fake.
     

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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/14 20:23:07 (permalink)
    that refers to 9th gen - the thread is about 10th gen

     
       


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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/14 21:02:39 (permalink)
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    that refers to 9th gen - the thread is about 10th gen

    Umm... no. The first paragraph of the PCworld article says "Inte's 10th-gen Comet Lake Core Processors". Pause the video at 1:29 and read for yourself. And at 2:08, does it look remarkably identical to the fake slide shown in the article referenced in the first post of this thread?
    post edited by ty_ger07 - 2019/07/14 21:05:56
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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/15 10:14:25 (permalink)
    ok..im wrong
    post edited by Xavier Zepherious - 2019/07/15 10:17:14

     
       


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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/15 10:34:20 (permalink)
    so they (INTEL) have nothing to respond with soon,....? 

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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/16 00:22:42 (permalink)
    Tech news was doing #deepfakes before deepfakes were even cool. 
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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/16 00:58:37 (permalink)
    I do agree that Intel needs to catch up and get the fabs down to the same level as others. They have the funds to do it since they can get the machines and hire the staff needed to. It’s kind of sad they sat around on top for so long they didn’t improve as much as they could have but now it’s time for them to get into the race.

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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/16 02:44:55 (permalink)
    Hoggle
    I do agree that Intel needs to catch up and get the fabs down to the same level as others. They have the funds to do it since they can get the machines and hire the staff needed to. It’s kind of sad they sat around on top for so long they didn’t improve as much as they could have but now it’s time for them to get into the race.



    it's what happens to corporate giants!
    they become so full of themselves that they ignore competition as they are blinded by their "big piles of money"!
     
    its now confirmed that people are going mostly for amd with their new ryzen cpu and also their new gpu's! no nvidia or intel inside their pc towers!
    STILL i wouldn´t touch a thing untill nvidia unveils 7nm gfx chips next year ... but thats that...
     
    it reminds me of old NOKIA  it became so big and so important in cellphones market that they are now irrelevant! sad but true!

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    Re: Intel’s 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ Desktop CPU Lineup Allegedly Leaks Out 2019/07/16 05:21:10 (permalink)
    Some rumors say Intel new generation will be PCI-E 4.0 as well.
    Looks like they figure out that lose will be huge if they build PCI-E 3.0 again on new chipset and new socket.
    Intel manipulate with us, lack of competition force us to think that Intel is miracle, and they offer every year same stuff for higher price. 
     
     

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