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Intel's Comet Lake - S Lineup Leaked

Entz

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Seems plausible, 10 cores and a mostly rebadged chipset (Only Wifi6 AFAICT).

If the 10900 non-k is aiming for 10C20T at a 5.1 boost the K will be a bit of a beast. Looking forward to the Zen3 vs this showdowns :p
 

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Seems plausible, 10 cores and a mostly rebadged chipset (Only Wifi6 AFAICT).

If the 10900 non-k is aiming for 10C20T at a 5.1 boost the K will be a bit of a beast. Looking forward to the Zen3 vs this showdowns :p
think there will be a showdown? Intel's lead in single thread has diminished significantly and these 14nm revisions aren't going to give much for IPC. I hope Zen 3 will have a significant IPC jump like Zen 2 did coming from Zen+...but AMD is doing well with the tick tock cycle, arent' they?
 

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I think so. Intel (esp 9900K) still hold the performance crown over AMD in ST/Gaming so Zen3 needs to match that or Intel will stay ahead.

10C will help it close the gap in MT and It wont catch the top end but also comes down to pricing. A 10900K priced at 3800X (or possibly 4700X) levels would be a very hard choice and motherboard prices would seal that deal.
 

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Intel's multi-core won't be worth it unless they have a price correction to give it the price to performance value. AMD has that in spades...especially with the 3950X being half the price of their top end CPU that gets slaughtered.
 

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