And we mean that it has 30% more power than 9900K in multi-thread programs because each relative's performance In basic mono processes it will be more or less the same. The release date of the new 10900K has not yet been confirmed, although it is expected to be in the coming months and that an official announcement will take place during CES to take place next week, but it is confirmed that these speculators are the tenth generation Comet Lake-S still inherits process process 14 nm yield
Intel Core i9-10900K, 10 cores and 20 threads at 5.3 GHz
This processor will be the new core of the tenth generation Core of processors. In this case, Intel strengthened the nuts slightly to deliver up to 30% better performance compared to the last generation, but still delivers 10 cores and 20 threads processing thanks to HyperThreading technology that operates a 5.2 GHz turbo turbo speed, but at 4.8 GHz it is stored in all cores. And 20 MB of total storage and a 125 watt TDP. By the way, it supports dual DDR4 2933 MHz RAM channels traditionally.
As an exciting and innovative part of this processor, Intel introduced the technology Thermo Velocity Boost
Spinal Performance 9-10900K
We go with unfinished benches. These are the official company numbers, shown in the introduction. It should be mentioned that the 10900K has two cores and four threads than the 9900K (with 8 cores and 16 threads), so the increase in performance is really impressive.
As an introduction to the company's internal concept, Intel has incorporated its PL2 power output, which shows a high TDP when all calls reach high frequency. 9900K has 95W for TDP and 210W PL2 while 10900K has 125W for TDP and 250W PL2, so an increase in consumption It's amazing too.
As you can see on the slide, the performance improvement of single-thread processes is only 3%, which is almost the same, while the performance of most thread processes increased by 30%, which is normal because as we mentioned earlier this processor has cores and threads 25% more than that past and the highest usage.