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Intel Core i9-10999K doubles current-gen performance

by HEXUS Staff on 1 April 2020, 08:57

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German retailer Lirpa Technologies has accidentally let slip the specifications and probable performance of Intel's upcoming Comet Lake desktop CPUs.

The headline chip is the Core i9-10999X housing 16 cores and 32 threads running at a guaranteed all-core 5.0GHz. The core count doubles from this generation, intimating excellent performance that ought to give AMD's 3rd Gen Ryzen chips a bloody nose.

Most telling is the probable performance, as Lirpa has internally tested pre-production silicon, based on the SL00F stepping, on AMD's favourite benchmark, Cinebench R20.

Said chip is more than twice as fast as the Core i9-9900KS and sets new records in the mainstream space. Expect it to arrive at retail next month armed with a $999 price tag. Pre-orders start today, April 1.



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:rolleyes:
It is 1st April after all. :-)
It would also be a 300+ watt part if it's true
that graph is an exclusive Hexus labs benchmark. How did you manage to test a rumour? rumour core benchmark?
lumireleon
that graph is an exclusive Hexus labs benchmark. How did you manage to test a rumour? rumour core benchmark?

RumourCore V20 I believe ;)