Photo of the day: Intel Core i9-10900K and i7-10700K processors

     Snapshots have appeared in Chinese social networks that claim to capture future Intel Core i9-10900K and i7-10700K processors.

     On the images of the upper side of the chips, nothing is visible except the Intel Confidential marking, indicating that these are engineering samples. The view from the side of the terminals confirms that these are processors designed for the new LGA1200 socket. The bottom side is noticeably different from the bottom side of the previous generation Intel processors.

     Recall that the 10th generation Intel Core processors based on the 14-nm Comet Lake chip for the LGA1200 desktop PCs differ from their predecessors in their large maximum number of cores and higher clock speeds. The I9-10900K model has 10 cores and can execute 20 threads simultaneously. It has 20 MB of shared L3 cache and operates at frequencies up to 5.10 GHz (4.80 GHz with all active cores). The I7-10700K has 8 cores, and the third-level cache is 16 MB. This processor is capable of simultaneously executing 16 threads. It operates at frequencies up to 5.00 GHz (up to 4.50 GHz for all cores). These processors are expected to be released in April.

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