Comet Lake-S did not initially appear to be a threat to Zen 2, but surprisingly a month and a half before its launch AMD started lowering its CPU prices to match what was coming.
Clearly and by looking at the technical details of all its CPUs, Intel will accomplish what seemed impossible: make the AMD market tough while staying in 14 nm ++So the question is, what is the end result?
With AMD getting back on track, Intel is becoming more competitive
The script does not seem to have been written in this way, but the fact that Intel will compete against AMD for small details compels AMD to once again be an economic option for a wealthy young consumer.
And that those Swan should only use their HT throughout the range and give a small push to the frames to put themselves above their rivals in games and get elbow to elline in multitasking to the same cores and even fewer benefits. The first data we have seen is mature going in that state at least, now it requires that the review finish fixing this exact deal.
In addition, price leaks often occur in countries with poor or unpaid sales, which forces us to consider management retention rates. In this case it will not be the case, because PcComponentes calculates taxes and final rates, which also provides specific arrival dates.
Comet Lake-S Prices: jump "small" in performance and cost
Make no mistake, this series of mid-level programs is very focused on games. It is a condition that defines the final prices and although many users logically end up giving more use to the CPUs, the market has said that the judgment is in this category for obvious reasons.
For this reason and knowing that Zen 2 has been skipping well before AMD in games, but not enough to beat the Cofi Lake-S, the Comet Lake-S will be more expensive than anticipated.
- Intel Core i9-10900K: € 569.90
- Intel Core i9-10900KF: € 539.90
- Intel Core i9-9900K: € 539.90
- Intel Core i9-9900KF: € 509.89
- AMD Ryzen 9 3900X: € 479.90
- Intel Core i7-10700K: € 449.90
- Intel Core i7-10700KF: € 415.90
- Intel Core i7-9700K: € 379.90
- AMD Ryzen 7 3800X: € 371.99
- Intel Core i7-9700: € 334.90
- AMD Ryzen 7 3700X: € 325.90
- Intel Core i7-9700F: € 325.90
- Intel Core i5-10600K: € 305.90
- Intel Core i5-10600KF: € 274.90
- Intel Core i5-9600K: € 234.99
- AMD Ryzen 5 3600X: € 219.91
- Intel Core i5-9600KF: € 209.90
- InteL Core i5-10400: € 205.91
- Intel Core i5-9400: € 192.82
- AMD Ryzen 7 2700X: € 189.
- AMD Ryzen 5 3600: € 188.99
- Intel Core i5-10400F: € 179.90
- Intel Core i5-9400F: € 149.90
- AMD Ryzen 5 2600: € 129.91
As we can see from the price comparison and price recovery in our country, Intel is planning to compete harder on the low and medium processor range, especially with the less expensive i5, which can stand up to the Ryzen 5.
From the i5-10600KF, prices get a noticeable jump and start to offer lower Euro / core profits than AMD, especially when we look at the i7-10700KF comparison against the Ryzen 9 3900X, where they split 64 euros instead of 4 Intel with four sub-phones.
Is the price skip and performance comparison worth it?
When comparing Cofi Lake-S with Comet Lake-S, the average price is 50 euros for the same (non-productive) range. We have very large jumps like those of both the 5-10600 or the 7's. Surprisingly, the smallest jumps are high and low, at an average of 30 euros.
The problem is that the sweat of the performance that the playlist will face compared to the price. Obviously, there won't be too much GAP, a completely different situation (especially in the final range) there mixed, where the difference will be greater. Intel is charging this difference for a specific offline and from that part of the criticism may come.
With full CPUs without a doubt, they are very competitive compared to their competitor, so the game category will determine if the price is really good or not with respect to 9th Gen and especially Zen 2.