Intel 10th Gen Core "Comet Lake" Processor Lineup Revealed Incl. Prices and Specs

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  1. oxidized

    oxidized Master Guru

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    I agree with everything, but it's actually very few people complaining about that ONLY, i keep reading wherever i go "durrr another new socket?!?!?!?!?" Also people don't upgrade CPUs only that frequently, i mean pick me, i'll need to change no matter what brand or CPU i choose in the end, so using that excuse so much? Truth is what i was talking about earlier and that only. Besides are we 100% certain that di** move they did with 1151 wasn't necessary.

    Agreed, but it's not what happened cmon, it's only one damn socket...Seriously guys.
     
  2. Romulus_ut3

    Romulus_ut3 Master Guru

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    @Hilbert Hagedoorn chief, KitGuru once fell for a 4Chan slide. I am talking about this one in particular:



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    Computerbase too, can be duped by someone pretending to be a leaker or someone whom they trust as a source who bought into fake information.
     
  3. Strange Times

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    great lineup but.... 14
     
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    Many questions raised if this is true (very unlikely IMHO).

    1) How the hell would they be able to offer an i3 with 8 threads with a TDP of 65W if their current 9th gen i3 already hit 65W without HT at similar clock speeds? Same question for the i5s.
    2) What black magic would allow them to have this "i9-10800F" with 20 threads @65W? That's (probably) physically impossible, all things considered (chip design, density, etc).
    3) This "i7-10700K" looks an awful lot like the 9900K/F ones, except they would allegedly have 100mhz more single core boost while costing $100 less.

    Is this fairyland? Where are my unicorns?

    It would be especially funny if this was true, since this "14+++nm" name would definitively cement all the memes about Intel. Very unlikely though, oh well.
     

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    Naming is terrible, while the 14+++ is hilarious.
     
  6. D3M1G0D

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    And that's one socket too many. I didn't say so at the time, but I thought what Intel did with Z370 was almost criminal - needlessly blocking off older CPUs and needlessly creating confusion. It was so bad but I almost suspected that they were deliberately trolling their loyal users, seeing what they could get away with and how many of their users they could fleece (like the ludicrous pricing of the 6950K). In fact, this is one of the things that make this leak suspicious - why would Intel change the socket when they can just block off older CPUs like before?
     
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    I was very confused as it seemed like you were arguing points no one was bringing up. Then i realized, you're arguing with someone i have on ignore.

    Ignore sure makes this place more pleasant, weeding out all the trolls, but it certainly makes it strange to read, as i literally don't even have an indication you quoted someone lol
     
  8. oxidized

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    Rofl one socket too many - Just as much as AMD, but nobody reserves the same treatment for AMD for some reason
     
  9. Fox2232

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    1) Not a problem, intel's TDP is not to be taken seriously. +some small manufacturing process improvements
    2) Base clock of 2.7GHz only
    3) Yes.

    You'll ahve to draw those unicorns for us. But I prefer Fairies, well developed :)
    Justification. Blocking upgrades for no good reason will result in them taking flak as they did before.
    I think that some mythical reason for new socket will persuade more people that it was justified, than making new chipset with 2 extra USB slots :D
     
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    Reading all the posts, it certainly seems like this was a fake slide. I suppose it means, theoretically, Intel could include PCIe 4.0 as well. Although I seem to recall reading somewhere that Intel was interested in PCIe 5.0 already.
     

  11. JamesSneed

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    I call BS on this slide. Im going to ignore it until we see something oficial from Intel. This just doesn't feel right especially the awkward naming scheme as Intel is way to much into marketing to do that.
     
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    lol I've never used Ignore (on any forum) so that is a bit interesting to know how that works.
    I don't consider oxidized a troll, I think there's usually just a matter of miscommunication. Doesn't necessarily mean I agree with his opinions, but he's entitled to them and I'm not interested in changing his mind (nor do I really have a right to do so). I try to only argue against misinformation treated like facts.
     
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    Im 99% sure PCIE 5 will go into servers first and it will be many years before we see it in desktops. It just costs a good deal more to implement and PCIE 4 is already a bit higher cost for motherboards which we are seeing with Ryzen 3xxx. The increased signaling causes more motherboard layers so they can have nice short traces and the traces need really clean signal integrity. Plus nobody in desktops needs that kind of bandwidth for normal things and if you are going that exotic you can afford a HEDT build or server build. Speaking of when Threadripper comes out for gen 3xxx it should have 60 PCIE 4 lanes which is insane bandwidth.
     
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    What I find funny is you talking to someone about missing something because of the user being on ignore when the user you are quoting and talking about ignore is on someone else's ignore list. Like mine.

    I literally could not grasp what this post was about until i clicked the tab at the bottom of the page
     
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  15. Romulus_ut3

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    Except Z270s can be made to support 8th gen and 9th gen CPUs, through a simple BIOS mod. So far it's been limited to ASRock motherboard's only, but before the release of the Z370 chipset-based motherboards, a rep from ASUS expressed that they were ready to ship UEFI updates that made 8th gen CPUs work with Z170 and Z270 motherboards, it's intel who prevented it.
     

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    You both mean the same thing :)
     
  17. -Tj-

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    You are comparing mobile vs desktop, that alone is a no go.


    I saw 495 chipset has 5gbs and 10gbs usb3 ports.. isn't that 3.0 and 3.1


    Edit: yes.
    https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&sou...aw2_sstAZ4BVeIaEbON_jRIS&ust=1562869592700865
     
  18. D3M1G0D

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    That's precisely what I mean. Intel artificially blocked these chips when there was no valid reason for it. Forcing Z170 and Z270 owners to unnecessarily throw out their perfectly functional boards for Coffee Lake was a complete d**k move by Intel.
     
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    Another 14nm (+++++) refresh without backward compatibility. I hope it's fake for Intel's sake, or they're in for some flak.
     
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    Every + is a time they missed the node shrink to 10nm

    Intel have a chipset business to run also, so forcing people to upgrade is what they do, coffee lake has been used working on a Z170 hacked/leaked BIOS means it can work but then wheres the profit in that? Motherboard makers love Intel because forcing people to buy a new motherboard keeps them in business also.
    No profit to be made if people can use their existing motherboards. AMD doesn't have this kind of mindshare so making their platforms backward compatible is the only leg up they have besides price. Although you would think corporations would be all over that just upgrading the processor without the need in decommissioning entire
    units for a small bump in performance then taking the units to be secure wiped then scrapped.
     

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