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Intel 10th Generation Core "Comet Lake" Lineup Detailed

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intel panic mode activated. Intel ceo in panic while desing 10000 series.

Intel ceo: Gentlemen we need to proceed to 10 nm now and get the marked back from amd. We are ready to do it.

Intel worker to intel ceo: eh we still have problems with 10 nm, we are only ready for laptops now and servers next year. Maybe in 2021 for desktop or at least 2022. But dont worry, we have panic lake...on 14 nm+++++. We have added 2 more panic cores, higher boost clock in panic to amd better ipc and we now call it panic boost, we will set tdp low and not tell about real world power usage or how hot they will run. It would look great on paper.

Intel ceo to worker: :slap:

Also intel ceo: lest leak some slides for now...

Intel TDP is at The base clock, not boost
Dont Think this is Real as We soon see 9900KS
 

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Apparently a fake. One giveaway is the placement of the $ sign in the pricing. A US company would always put the $ before the numbers. Only Europeans put the € sign after the numbers.
Socket details are correct though, from what I know.
Good catch.

But dont worry, we have panic lake
I love that! :laugh:
 
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I really do wish that Intel would stop with their "65 W TDP" garbage already. Sure, it's got a 65 W TDP when at stock speeds but let's not fool ourselves here, when it gets anywhere near their boost speeds the TDP shoot through the freakin' roof. And then there's overclocking where the TDP is... yeah, you get the idea. Again Intel needs to stop lying about their TDP already and admit that their chips run damn hot.
 
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Folks saying the "$" after the price means it's a fake....

English (States/UK area) writing countries tend to always have the $ at the front of the amount. However, not all countries place the $ at the front of the dollar amount. It's not a common thing, but you do see it from time to time with the $ at the end of the amount.

Kind of like how in Spanish when you have an exclamation point ( ! ) at the end of a sentence, the sentence is started with an inverted exclamation point ( ¡ ) - It looks odd, but that's just how it's done. If it's something you're not familiar with, you might think the person doing it isn't quite right in the head.
 
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I really do wish that Intel would stop with their "64 W TDP" garbage already. Sure, it's got a 65 W TDP when at stock speeds but let's not fool ourselves here, what it gets anywhere near their boost speeds the TDP shoot through the freakin' roof. And then there's overclocking where the TDP is... yeah, you get the idea. Again Intel needs to stop lying about their TDP already and admit that their chips run damn hot.
How do you feel about AMD's new approach in Ryzen 3000:
 
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Damn, all it takes is some random leaks about something INtel might (or not) release, and everyone goes crazy with insults and hate. Now imagine if this was remotely true. Enjoy your new AMD CPUs guys, are you fearing something? :)
 
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Seriously, I'm not avoiding wtftech just to see it religiously quoted on my favorite tech news site.

Not so seriously, but all these jokes about Intel's 14nm and nobody thought about 14nm# yet?
#ShrinkMeToo
 
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interesting if true. Id be very curious to see the numbers compared to the new Ryzen 3000 series. If intel still reigns supreme here, the only way AMD can win is by doing what intel did when they released the C2D lineup.

Will AMD ever be top dog again?
 
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Two immediate tells that this is fake:
  1. the $ sign a the end of the pricing figures
  2. Source: WCCFTech
We have to stop recycling their garbage, this is TPU.
yeah i was gunna say who the hell thought that wccftech was a reliable source, only thing reliable about wccftech is that its unreliable
 
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what's next ?

dummy lake
cococolo lake
margarita lake
vodka lake
astalavista lake

14nm++++++ ?
 
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interesting if true. Id be very curious to see the numbers compared to the new Ryzen 3000 series. If intel still reigns supreme here, the only way AMD can win is by doing what intel did when they released the C2D lineup.

Will AMD ever be top dog again?
You have to remember both companies are a business, not a catering service to us and if you expect that, you're on the wrong track.
They will cater but only so far as it suits/profits them to do so.
And if it doesn't, they won't.

All I can say is alot of the arguements in favor towards Intel stresses gaming performance, in fact if you were to look around at all the back and forth over who's better it's almost always an arguement over Intel being better at gaming, that being the bulk if not the entire basis of arguement.
BTW note I stressed almost, not always here.

That may be true but there is much more to being "Better" than basing it mostly if not all on gaming alone.

ALL aspects of computing has to be taken into account, it's not like Intels have the sole purpose of gaming useage and nothing else, just like an AMD.

Intels are overall better for gaming and a few other things, AMD's have their own advantages as well with other aspects of computing, all that can't be denied.
We all know as fact the x86 compiler favors Intel anyway which accounts for at least some of the difference in many areas of it, but now that AMD has improved so much that advantage is diminishing. Software creators in the past favored Intel too, another fact of the matter in which things like it were discovered and exposed - It's just simple fact when it comes down to it Intel doesn't play "Nice" or even fair.

AMD in turn has had it's share of gaffs too with BD being the most obvious of these - Talk about disappointment!
And to be fair towards Intel, I'm sure any advantage that could be leveraged by AMD would be too and undoubtedly has been before.

In short, each has it's own advantages and disadvantages for many reasons as to why they do or don't.

I'm not going to play the game of who's better - I'm going to go with what suits my particular needs best which is, THB the best way to choose what you'd get in any instance.
~Over and out. :D
 
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14nm when everyone else is at 10 or even 7nm ? Weak.
 

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4 core sunny cove is only 40% smaller than 4 core comet lake so there is no point movig to 10nm yet, and it drops 1Ghz clocks. What AMD has is not even 7nm, we have NAVI with 10.3 Mtr on 251 mm^2 to show for it, and that is not 7nm it is not even 10nm, because 10nm by tsmc is something like 50 Mtr/mm^2, and NAVI is 41. who knows what it is exaclty. intel 14nm is 44, 10nm is 101 Mtr/mm^2 and 7nm EUV 237 Mtr/mm2. so AMD being on 7nm is a bit misleading.
 
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Intel's slides always put the high end models on top, never on bottom.

Either someone in Intel created this slide with every little error he/she could think and leaked it on the net, so that they can see reactions, or just to keep people from buying AMD CPUs and wait(I wonder why when you force them to buy another PCIe 3.0 motherboard), or, as many said, it's fake.
 
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Intel's new 10-core die appears to physically lack an iGPU, since none of the other Core i9 10-core models offer integrated graphics.
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The 10th generation Core i7 series, as we mentioned, consist of 8-core/16-thread processors. These are physically the same die found on the i9-9900K, but built on the new 14 nm+++ nodelet, and benefit from higher clock speeds.
This is incorrect. We already know from the Linux drivers that Comet Lake-S will exist in 6-core and 10-core die configurations, both with integrated graphics. 8- and 4-core models will be achieved with disabling cores.

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Nobody should take this "leak" seriously. Not only is it full of "mistakes", completed clocks and price would also indicate that the launch is imminent, but everything so far indicates it's not coming that soon.

It's also worth mentioning that engineering samples of 10-core Cascade Lake-X had a base clock of 4.0 GHz, and I would find it strange if Comet Lake-S dropped down to just 3.4 GHz.
 
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IF this was real. I would have considered a 10/20 10900KF had Intel retained the 1151 (300) socket. Eff Intel forcing motherboard upgrades.... I'm going to put a 3950X into a B350, and it'll work great. No reason Intel has to do this to consumers.
 
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All Hyper Threading Enabled? Must be Fake
Because when they decided to bump i3's from dual core to quad core (4c/4t) was bullshit too right? What makes this seem out of reach?
 
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